LBL was founded in 1993 to promote the sport of Lacrosse in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The organization strives to emphasize the development of boy and girl lacrosse players, emphasizing teamwork, sportsmanship, respect, and discipline.

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Boys Program

The Lower Bucks Lacrosse Boys Program is for boys in Pre-K through 8th grade.  Our program is designed to develop our young athletes to become complete lacrosse players with a strong foundation in the fundamentals of the game.  We do this by stressing individual skills within the team play concept.  Our goal is to foster a love and respect for the game of lacrosse and to provide our boys with the skills necessary for successful interscholastic high school and hopefully college careers.  We compete against other teams in the Southeastern Pennsylvania Lacrosse Association. Learn more about SEPYLA

Cradle Lacrosse

Cradle Lacrosse is the ultimate introduction to lacrosse and is the perfect choice for a new player from 4-8 years old.  The mission is to teach the basic skills of lacrosse in a fun, energizing and engaging environment.  The team at Cradle Lacrosse has developed an innovative curriculum focused on helping young players build confidence and succeed.  The lesson plans allow players to learn through fast-paced games and activities.  Staff members are experienced educators that are passionate, caring and supportive mentors. We will offer two levels of Cradle Lacrosse during the spring season.  Visit cradlelacrosse.com for more information.  No equipment purchase is required. Players will be provided everything they need but can bring their own stick if they desire

Time commitment: Saturday mornings, 1 hour per week for 6 weeks, April and May

Bantam Division

The Bantam Division is for boys in 1st & 2nd grade who have participated in Cradle Lacrosse or an equivalent program for at least one season.  New players in grades 1 & 2 are encouraged to participate in Cradle Lacrosse.  We teach fundamental skills in an engaging and fast-paced practice format to maximize repetitions and opportunities for improvement while keeping your son moving and involved. We introduce team concepts but individual skills are the real focus -- throwing, catching, cradling, dodging and shooting.  We also emphasize sportsmanship, fair play, and the traditions of lacrosse.  In addition to in-house games, we will play games against other local clubs and host a tournament to conclude the season.  The season begins in late March and runs until the weekend before Memorial Day. Games will be played in a 7 vs. 7 format on half size fields with 4’ x 4’ goals.  No body or stick checking.  Full equipment is required

Time commitment: 1 practice during the week and a practice or game on Saturday morning

Lightning Division

The Lightning Division is for boys in 3rd & 4th grade and is open to players of all levels of lacrosse experience including boys who are new to lacrosse. The season will start with a four week in-house program focused on fundamental skill development and team play.  We will then compete against other local clubs in round-robin tournament style games.  Games will be played in a 7 vs. 7 format on half size fields with 4’ x 4’ goals.  Limited checking.  Full equipment is required

Time commitment: 1 practice during the week and a practice or game on Saturday

Junior Division

The Junior Division is for boys in 5th & 6th grade and is open to players of all levels of lacrosse experience including boys who are new to lacrosse. Players are divided into teams based on experience and ability. Teams participate in SEPYLA against other programs in the league.  Games will be played in a 10 vs. 10 format on full fields. Full checking is permitted.  Full equipment is required

Time commitment: 2 practices during the week and a practice or game on Saturday

Senior Division

The Senior Division is for boys in 7th & 8th grade and is open to players of all levels of lacrosse experience including boys who are new to lacrosse. Players are divided into teams based on experience and ability. Teams participate in SEPYLA against other programs in the league.  Games will be played in a 10 vs. 10 format on full fields. Full checking is permitted.  Full equipment is required

Time commitment: 2 practices during the week and a practice or game on Saturday