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8 Jun 2020

The ULA Board has cancelled the 2020 summer travel season.  If you paid registration fees for the 2020 travel season, we will be refunding those fees. 


28 Apr 2020

The Board has made the determination that the spring recreational program will be cancelled for 2020. This was not an easy decision for us to make as spring lacrosse in Central New York is a staple of our daily life.  When and if we get back to a place where we can offer some instructional opportunities for our boys and girls, we will be sure to announce those.  

If you paid registration fees for the 2020 spring recreational program, we will be refunding those fees. 

We hope to see you on the field again in the not too distant future.

For now, the summer travel season (grades 3-8) is still planned to start on Jun 15th, but is subject to restrictions being lifted that are currently in place.  We will continue to keep you apprised of developments with the travel season. 



This is your first stop to get information about our program. Check back frequently for the latest news on registration, camps, clinics and other opportunities with the FM Youth Lacrosse Association (FMYLA).

FMYLA 2020

The 2020 FMYLA season will begin the week of 27 April and run through June 13th. Registration opens February 1, 2020 for FMYLA. 

We are excited for another season of youth lacrosse in 2020! Our team-based format provides players in grades 1-6 the opportunity to develop skills, play games and have fun!  We have team groupings in grades 1/2, 3/4, and 5/6.  We will continue our PK/K instructional program.

All sessions are held at FM High School.

ULA 2020

The Upstate Lacrosse Association (ULA) travel lacrosse program runs from mid-June through the end of July. ULA is a more competitive league for non-beginners.  Registration will open on Feb 22, 2020.



In Memoriam


In Memoriam

Zack Lorraine 1993-2020

Zack Lorraine, son of FMYLA Director Eric Lorraine, was a 2012 graduate of Fayetteville-Manlius High School, varsity letter winner in both lacrosse and football and a FMYLA alumni. In his spare time he enjoyed volunteering for the FM Youth Lacrosse Association as well as spending time with his friends and family. Zack will be remembered by all for his big heart and always being a team player. 

Contributions in lieu of flowers can be made to FM Youth Lacrosse Association

P.O. Box 562

Fayetteville, NY 13066

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