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Welcome to Danvers Youth Lacrosse! 

Hello DYL Community!

Danvers Youth Lacrosse has secured time on the Danvers High School turf for some speed lacrosse and skills sessions for two Sunday evenings from 5-8 p.m. on 11/1 and 11/8!!  Come on out and join us for some fun evenings of Speed Lacrosse, which is a 3v3, non-contact, sticks and mouthguard only game which meets all current safety guidelines. It is a super fun game for all ages which can also be played co-ed. The exact format will be determined based on the number of players and ages which sign up. We are hoping to have enough to run a round robin style tournament for the different age groups. Please fill out the attached Google form if you are ready to finally get out and play some lacrosse. 

Form Registration for DYL Sessions on 11/1 and 11/8

This is at NO COST to our DYL community and will be run by our coaches and volunteers. IF YOU HAVE MORE THAN ONE DYL PLAYER TO REGISTER -

PLEASE FILL OUT A SEPARATE FORM FOR EACH PLAYER.

 

You can also learn a bit more about speed lacrosse here:

https://speedlacrosse.com/how-speed-works/

 

Please contact us at   with any questions.

We hope to see you down on the turf!

Danvers Youth Lacrosse

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boston Cannons Celebrate Native American Month with DYL

Hello, DYL Players and Parents!

We hope this finds everyone healthy and happy and enjoying this warm November weather! So, you may or may not know that before lacrosse was a collegiate and professional sport it originated as a tribal game played by eastern Woodlands Native Americans and by some Plains Indians tribes. As a part of Native American Heritage Month which began November 1st, Boston Cannons Lacrosse players Randy Staats, Kyle Jackson and Frank Brown want to answer questions via video from Danvers Youth Lacrosse players! 

The Boston Cannons are inviting players to ask any of their Native American players questions related to their native culture, the history of the sport, or their personal connection to the Creator’s Game. They will answer as many questions as possible, and your video along with the player’s answer may be shared through Boston Cannons social media channels: 

https://www.facebook.com/BostonCannonsOfficial

https://www.instagram.com/laxcannons/

How to Submit Your Question:

• Questions must be submitted via video (recorded vertically on either cell phone or camera). Video should include:

o Your name (last name not required)

o Your town or lacrosse team

o Who your question is for (Randy Staats, Kyle Jackson, Frank Brown)

o Your question - Please ensure your question relates to the players' Native culture in some way. 

oTo submit videos, please send videos to Rob Cusanelli at   

Player Bios:

Randy Staats is a member of the Mohawk Nation and the Six Nations Community. Staats was traded to the Cannons in early 2020 and helped guide the Cannons to the 2020 MLL Championship. Staats was a member of the 2018 Iroquois Nationals team that competed at the World Lacrosse Championship in Netanya, Israel. During the MLL 2020 season, Staats was a vocal supporter of the Iroquois Nationals’ participation in the 2022 World Games, penning a letter entitled, Don’t Take Lacrosse Away From Us, the Haudenosaunee. He also wore a “2022?” label on his helmet during games. Staats recently launched Turtle Island Lacrosse with fellow MLL player Brendan Bomberry, which aims to share indigenous culture through the game of lacrosse. Staats plays for the NLL’s Georgia Swarm and played collegiately at Syracuse University.

Kyle Jackson is a member of the Aamjiwnaang Ojibwe Nation and has been a member of the Boston Cannons since he joined Major League Lacrosse in 2017. Jackson was also on the Iroquois Nationals Team that earned Bronze at the 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championship. Jackson hosts a podcast, Coffee With Kyle, where he recently discussed the 2022 World Games with Randy Staats in an episode titled Systemic Injustice & World Games 2022. Jackson plays for the NLL’s Halifax Thunderbirds and attended the University of Michigan.

Frank Brown is a member of the Seneca Nation and the Allegheny Community, and was drafted by the Cannons in the 2020 Supplemental Draft. Brown was also a member of the 2018 Iroquois Nationals team, which earned Bronze at the World Lacrosse Championships. Brown attended Hobart College and also plays in the National Lacrosse League for his hometown Buffalo Bandits. 


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