MYLC is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to providing access to and instruction in boy's and girl's lacrosse in Addison County, Vermont. MYLC strongly encourages the spirit of safe, fair play and sportsmanship.

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MYLC - Boys Lacrosse Camps
by posted 05/20/2019

Here are a few boys summer lacrosse camps that our players have attended over the years that we recommend (I am working on a similar list for girls camps and will post that as soon as it is available). For many kids, an intense multi-day experience is the best way to master a skill and discover new facets of a game they love. Should you know of any other opportunities you recommend, pls. let us know and we will spread the word.


Cardigan Lacrosse Camp

Since 1976, Cardigan Lacrosse Camp has been considered the top lacrosse camp in New England for boys ages 10-18. Superior staff and coaches provide quality attention to help all players improve their game.

All phases of the game covered: offensive and defensive fundamentals, shooting, dodging, ground balls, cutting, one-on-one play, stick work, and face-offs. We also cover offensive and defensive team concepts. Goalies are provided extra instruction; individual critiques are offered after each game to improve personal performance.

 Cardigan Lacrosse Camp Dates for 2019: August 10-14

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Sua Sponte Leadership and Lacrosse Camp


Held at the New Hampton School for boys in 4th-10th grade in late June.  Justin Simon is an amazing individual and has a fantastic reputation as a coach.

Sunday June 23 - Wednesday June 26


Fun in the Sun Lacrosse Camp

This will be the 25th YEAR of camp and we will have more FUN, give aways and instruction than ever!!!!
WHAT:  25th Annual "FUN In THE SUN Lacrosse Camp" for boys going into grades 2-9.
WHERE: Shelburne Fieldhouse Athletic Fields, Shelburne, VT
WHEN: July 15-19  and/or July 22-26, 2019   (for info, registration, and our philosophy about teaching the highest level of lacrosse skills and techniques.)
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