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Founded in 1998, CCLA is a non-profit organization devoted to promoting educational, recreational and competitive lacrosse activities for elementary & middle school boys in Southeastern Pennsylvania.
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CCLA Season on Hold till 4/13/2020
03/13/2020
Players, Coaches and Families of the CCLA: The health and well-being...
Complete with Class & Honor the Game
02/12/2020
CCLA encourages all lacrosse players, coaches, officials and spectators...
SPOTTED AT A FIELD RECENTLY
06/01/2016
 
CCLA Season on Hold till 4/13/2020

Players, Coaches and Families of the CCLA:

The health and well-being of our players, parents, coaches and lacrosse communities is our first priority. Due to the COVID-19 virus and safety protocols taken by many of our school districts, Chester County Lacrosse Association (CCLA) has decided to postpone the game season for all 14U-8U levels until April 13th.  This is an emerging and rapidly changing situation and this delay will provide us additional time to assess the situation and make decisions up to and including potential cancellation of the season.

Our goal at this time is to get at least seven games in at our 14U and 12U levels by scheduling games throughout the first week in June which is normally reserved for play-offs. Official CCLA schedules will be out over the next two weeks. Although we will try to keep games at each level on consistent days of the week, due to the condensed time frame, leagues may see games scheduled on different days of the week. We will try to keep Fridays and Sundays clear in case of make-up games.

Our 10U and 8U level games will continue to be on Saturdays and Sundays and will continue to have the three-game round robin format.

As of now the CCLA All-Star tryout and games will remain as scheduled, however like the season, this too will be addressed in the upcoming weeks as more information is available.

We will not have playoffs. Instead, we’ll have league championships for the top two seeded teams at the AA, A and B levels. We’ll utilize sportsmanship scores as the last tie breakers as needed.

We understand that many of our recreation programs will need to adhere to their local school district’s protocols for use of fields and facilities and that schedules and conditions may change. We will notify everyone of updates as we move forward over the next several weeks. If programs need to cancel games, please follow the established CCLA protocols.

 

Kirk Stockton

CCLA President - Oxford Youth Lacrosse


by posted 03/13/2020
Complete with Class & Honor the Game

CCLA encourages all lacrosse players, coaches, officials and spectators to "COMPETE WITH CLASS and HONOR THE GAME" by adhering to the spirit of the rules, especially those that minimize risk for players and those that pertain to participant sportsmanship.

Please read the article below from US Lacrosse

 

https://www.uslacrosse.org/rules/compete-with-class-honor-the-game


by posted 02/12/2020
SPOTTED AT A FIELD RECENTLY


by posted 06/01/2016
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