SPRING SEASON – PTCLAX participates in 3 different spring leagues depending on the player's age, grade and level of competition.
MAYLA: Metro Atlanta Youth Lacrosse Association
This league is for boys and girls aged 6 through 15 who have not yet entered 9th grade. Our teams play against teams from around the Atlanta metro area. Practices start in February. Games begin in March and run into May, with time off in the middle for spring break. Home games and practices are conducted at Meade Field located off of Rockaway Rd in Peachtree City. In May there is an 'end of season' Jamboree involving teams from the league. This is a very good league which offers something for every skill level of player. Many kids start as a Bantam team player and play all the way through the Senior Division team. After that kids can play with their school or in our NGLL league. Sportsmanship, fun, stick skills/game strategy and love of the game are emphasized for all of our teams in this league!
MS: Southside Middle School League
The MS program offers MS players the opportunity to form teams based on school affiliation. At this time this is offered to boys but may be offered to girls if numbers permit. These teams will play against other MS teams in the local area, including Coweta and Henry County Teams. Some travel will be involved. Practices will be held on Tuesday, Thursday and/or Saturday based on game schedule. Practices will begin in February with games beginning in March. There will be an end of season Jamboree in May. **Coweta County Players - please register through theCopperhead Lacrosse website.
NGLL: North Georgia Lacrosse League This league is for boys and girls of high school age that are not currently playing in a high school varsity lacrosse program. Our teams play against teams from around the Atlanta metro area and Birmingham. Practices start in January. Games begin in February and run through April with time off for spring break. Sunday home games are played at Meade Field and practices are at Riley Field. There is a NGLL tournament in May. This is a very good league for younger or less skilled HS players that would like to improve their the game before going into a varsity school program. There are no restrictions and it is open to all players: JV, home schooled, or kids that attend high schools that do not have varsity lacrosse programs.