Boy's Youth Lacrosse on Seattle's Eastside

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The Greater Eastside Lacrosse League (GELL) is a boy's youth lacrosse league open to all youth lacrosse clubs that feed into Washington State's KingoCo conference high schools. Our member clubs develop youth boys in the sport of field lacrosse. The league provides spring and fall game schedules for grade-based 3/4, 5/6, 7/8B, and 7/8A divisions. The spring game schedule, our main season, runs from March through May. The fall game schedule runs from September through November. 

 

Spring 2019 GELL Season Calendar [Draft 20181108]

A draft of the Spring 2019 GELL Season Calendar was unveiled at the October GELL membership meeting. For reference, we've also included significant dates for WHSBLA, WALOA, WSLA, and USL. This calendar will be updated as plans, dates, times, and locations are finalized. The latest draft is dated 12/13/2018.

 


 


by posted 10/15/2018
GELL Board Meeting Calendar
8/28/2018 Special Meeting to Review "One Team In-Season Rule"
10/11/2018 October GELL Board Meeting (Officer Elections, Committee Appointments)
11/15/2018 November GELL Board Meeting (Review USL Boys Lacrosse Rule Changes and Points of Emphasis)
12/13/2018 December GELL Board Meeting
1/24/2019 January GELL Board Meeting

 


posted 08/19/2018
GELL One Team In-Season Rule

GELL “One Team In-Season” Rule (adopted by vote of 14-1-2 on 10/12/2017)

Youth players (grades 3-8) within all GELL member programs may only play for one team during the GELL spring season. The start date for playing for one team only is the Saturday of President’s Day weekend and the end date is the end of day Monday of Memorial Day weekend. The prohibition includes practices, tryouts, and games of lacrosse. Only lacrosse activities are prohibited.

Any GELL program with a player who violates this rule will be subject to a financial penalty and possible sanctions to be determined by the executive board.

Intra-program swinging of players, as specified in section IV rule 4, is allowed.

This rule does not apply during the optional fall ball season.


posted 10/12/2017