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Towsontowne Boys Lacrosse (TTLax) fields boys youth Travel-Rec. lacrosse teams year-round in multiple age groups during the sport's "regularspring game/tournament season, summer training/tournament session, fall-ball session, & winter session.  Lacrosse no longer "begins with the spring thaw."  As boys lacrosse has grown in popularity we have seen it expand beyond its traditional "spring-only season," and settle into an annual schedule ("Yes," even for our young Tyker boys @ ~ 7-8 years old) that runs-along, roughly, the following perennial cadence:

1) August/September through November 2016:  Travel-Rec./Club Lax try-outs for 2016-2017 teams, practices & fall-ball games begin, and last through mid to late November '16. Games @ NERRC Indoor, & practice locations/times vary based on need and player availability.  Legacy TTLax players & "New-to" TTLax, player/candidates who do not play in the fall-ball session will be invited to attend/register for separate evaluation sessions for team placement.  Two competitive tournaments (paid for separately from fall session) are usually played during mid-October to mid-November. 

1) December'16/January through March 2017:  Winter Session - Games @ Reisterstown Indoor Complex.  Practice locations/times vary based on team need and player availability.

1) Late April through early June 2017: Spring Season for 2016-2017 teams.  Games on Saturdays and Sundays.  Practices are, usually, held on Monday and Wednesday evenings.  Practice location is usually @ Meadowood Regional Park [MWRP] TTLax's home fields, or @ the G.W. Carver Center for Arts and Technology [Carver].  Spring season, usually, ends with teams competing in either the local Lax Splash or Lax Max tournaments. 

1) June through July 2017: Summer Session for 2016-2017 teams.  Practices continue, with potential location adjustments, and teams play in weekend summer tournaments.

Our spring season is, generally, played within MYLA (Maryland Youth Lacrosse Association), and TTLax abides by its league guidelines, rules and scheduling. Please see its website at  Sunday league (& game) options vary.

Throughout the spring season (Primarily Outdoor) weather-related schedule changes will be announced on (check this site first).  Once registered for TTLax it's best for you, as a parent or guardian, to enroll in Text and/or Email alerts for Meadowood Regional Park Carver Center for the Arts & Science, both of which serve as TTLax's Home Field's depending upon your team.  Also, our WEATHER HOTLINE* is 410-377-1304 for potential field closure information. *PLEASE NOTE: This is the weather hotline for Baltimore County's Meadowood Regional Park.  It is supposed to be updated by 4:30PM EST.  If you call before 4:30 EST it will communicate the PREVIOUS inclement waether day's information.

Lacrosse Equipment RequiredWhich you must provide for your player, includes:

1) An approved (MYLA Age Group-specific) lacrosse stick.

2) Mouth guard.

3) Lacrosse helmet.

4) Shoulder pads.

5) Arm pads.

6 Lacrosse Gloves, and

7) Athletic cup protection

Uniforms (jersey and shorts for the older boys, t-shirts for Clinic) are included with the registration fee.

QUESTIONS? Contact Travis Dutton at .

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Towsontowne Boys 7/8 B Teams Wins 2015 Lax Splash Championship!
Congratulations to the Towsonetowne Boys Lacrosse Tyker B team and...
Local Boys Gather for Snow-Eating Contest, Lax Game Breaks Out..
In anticipation of an extremely rare, yet predicted, early...
Towsontowne Boys 7/8 B Teams Wins 2015 Lax Splash Championship!

Congratulations to the Towsonetowne Boys Lacrosse Tyker B team and its impressive win over the Sidewinders Club Lacrosse team in the 2015 Aloha Lax Splash Tournament held in Timonium, MD.  After an impressive combined 22-2-1 season record against its MYLA and HarCo opponents, the Head Coach Dominic Zingo-lead Tyker B team capped off its local Baltimore-Metro season with a sensational run and eventual championship victory against an aggressive and well-coached Sidewinders Club team. Congratulations to the boys for a spring season hewn through the team's relentless motivation to improve their skills, well-rounded team play and focus on a settled, yet aggressive offense and stalwart defensive efforts.  A special thanks to all of the parents' dedication to the team's goals and to its Assistant Coaches and Team Parents: Greg Anselmi, Janelle Anselmi, Kenny Brown, Brian Resnick & Libby Zingo!

by posted 09/18/2015
Local Boys Gather for Snow-Eating Contest, Lax Game Breaks Out..

In anticipation of an extremely rare, yet predicted, early spring 2015 weather anomaly, caused by a regional atmospheric static depression, widely referred to as, "El Leneto Gordo," a group of local Towsontowne boys gathered (in Fallston of all places) for what one Contest Judge, Kenny Brown, referred to as, "a bizarre, last-chance, opportunity to settle a snow-eating, 'rubber match,' between two rival groups of young boys full of fervor for filling their mouths with flurries."  It seems that both groups of boys were seeking vindication.

Following a coldly-contested January 2015 snow-eating smorgasbord that ended in a tie after one team had points deducted from its score and was forced to do 15 military push-ups or face expulsion, after evidence surfaced showing members of Team Cream Pop video-taping the opposing team's warm-ups in December and deflating opposing team captain's parents' car tires to make them late for competitions.

The ensuing wintry waste of water, saw three chilly children taken to the ER for, "early-onset brain freeze," and multiple Team Cream Pop buddies revived after their flurry-fetching follies lead to head butts, falling to the ground, contusions and asserting that the last thing they remembered before regaining consciousness was running from, "a sort of frosty the snowman-looking character dressed like Doc McStuffins and talking like Beavis."

After a delay in the contest due to additional injuries, many of the boys realized the inherent danger associated with eating snow, especially when it, "has the hue of a lemon," as one contestant phrased it before the boys broke out the lacrosse sticks not wanting to risk more peril.  The cast of characters tallied on the turf, lead by Judges Zingo, Anselmi, Brown & Resnick, and with balls whizzing by disavowed their snow-eating snarkiness.  Pouncing on the opportunity to proffer a parley the Judges totaled Team Flurry together and tackled a tourney.  The boys in the Braveheart were never once beatin'.  Though sideways it blew no more snow they'd be eatin'.

by posted 03/31/2015
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