Bear Creek Youth Lacrosse is dedicated to the development of lacrosse in the Southwest Metro, Bear Creek, Green Mountain, and Lakewood area by providing boys the opportunity to learn and play the game in a fun and challenging atmosphere.

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Welcome to Bear Creek Youth Lacrosse
Spring 2019 Registration is now open!
D1 Lacrosse Skills Holiday Camp Registration is now open! 
Hit the yellow "Registration" button at the right, and scroll down a little and hit the green "Register" button
December 26, 27, 28. 
5th and 6th grade -10-11:30am
7th and 8th grade - 12:00 - 1:30pm 

Foothills Fieldhouse

3606 S. Independence St.

Denver, CO, 80235

Division 1 players from Colorado home for the Holidays will be working with the youth players on developing strong fundamentals as well as raising their lacrosse IQ. Shooting, motion offense and the 2-man game will be stressed on offense and body positioning, approaches and proper checking will be stressed on defense. Players will raise their skill level and better develop their overall game. 
Colorado Box Lacrosse League Information (posted October 20):

League Highlights

  • $165 per player with no box membership fees
  • Week day games
  • One location – Foothills Fieldhouse
  • No free agents



Foothills Fieldhouse (formerly Roller Mountain Roller Hockey)
3606 S Independence St.
Lakewood, CO 80235


Age Groups

**Boys & Girls teams are welcome.. girls’ teams will be required to have full equipment including pads/helmet

Boys High School: Varsity and Junior Varsity

Boys Youth: U9, U10, U11, U12, U13, U15

Girls High School: Varsity
Girls Youth: U12, U13, U15



January 7th - February 24th, 2019


Days of the week

JV Boys: Monday Games

Varsity Boys: Thursday Games 
U12, U13 and U15 Boys: Monday or Thursday Games

High School Girls: Monday Games

Girls youth: Sunday mornings



$165 - Six guaranteed regular season games and one week of playoffs (no membership fees)

It is strongly recommended that a desktop or laptop is used to register.  The site it not optimized for phones or small screens.

Bear Creek Youth Lacrosse
Youth Lacrosse to SW Denver/Lakewood Area

 Visit our FAQ's and Spring Information for more information!

Spring Information (Next Up: Spring 2018)


(Click on the above text "FAQ's" and "Spring Information")


Why Play for Bear Creek Youth Lacrosse?
1. Partners with the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA).  This doesn't mean that we don't teach the kids the value of winning and/or losing; we play every game to win.  We always do this within and while teaching our players the boundaries of respecting the game of lacrosse by honoring the Rules, Opponents, Officials, Team-mates, and Self.  Winning is important!  We do go the extra step (Goal #1) to teach them life lessons through sport.  (Click here to learn about PCA)   Every parent who has a child registered in Bear Creek Youth Lacrosse will have the opportunity to learn how to make their son or daughters participation in youth sports more enjoyable.  You will have the opportunity to purchase a copy of the Positive Sports Parenting by Jim Thompson, which provides 60 concise pages of insightful and sensible advice on how parents can help children get the most from sports.  A fantastic resource for parents, coaches, and players is available at the Positive Coaching Alliance Development Zone (Click Here)
2. Safety:  Bear Creek Lacrosse is committed to the safety of your child and our parents and family members.  Each coach has a first aide kit and our lacrosse program has three AED's distributed to our coaches at our games/practices.  (Click to learn about this - then scroll about half way down the page).  All of our coaches and assistants are concussion certified and have completed child safe background checks.  Take just a few moments to read this information (Click Here) why AED's on so important to have on the sidelines!
3. Coaching:  Each of our coaches and assistant coaches strives to ensure that your child has fun playing lacrosse for Bear Creek Youth Lacrosse.  Each completes the PCA Double Goal coach training, head coaches are US Lacrosse Level I certified (or higher) and all are US Lacrosse Members.
4. Fun is Essential: Having fun while being safe is without question the most important component of any sport experience at any age or level. Whether you are a parent of a young child or a veteran coach, it is absolutely critical that your kids enjoy themselves when they play.

The reasons for this are somewhat obvious but important to reinforce. When kids have fun, they are more likely to continue to play. Fostering a love of exercise and athletic involvement has life-long benefits, including improved physical and mental health as well as academic performance. When kids don't have fun, they are less likely to play the next season and may drop out of sports altogether.

Researchers have found that anywhere from 30-70% of kids drop out of sports by the time they are 13 years old, and the number one reason why they quit is that they aren't having any fun.  From US Lacrosse (Click Here for Full Article)   While some programs/clubs will tell you how many kids are playing on top elite teams, we'll show pictures of kids smiling!  We like to say, "We are winning regardless of what the scoreboard reads!"

We work to create fun events outside out our lacrosse program.  Here are a few photos from some of our past events.  (Click Here)

5. Close-knit Group:  It is our desire to create a fun community environment where our parents and our players become friends on and off the field.  One of the ways we do this is by providing our players with a ticket to each of the Denver Outlaws regular season home games*.  We encourage family and friends to sit with our group during games by taking advantage of the special/limited time purchase of additional tickets that are available when you register to play for Bear Creek Youth Lacrosse.
* 2016 Spring Season Registration Only - Transportation & Supervision is not provided by Bear Creek Youth Lacrosse, this is an extracurricular event.
6. Non-Profit:  Many youth organizations are "for profit", while Bear Creek Junior Sports Association (BCJSA) and Bear Creek Youth Lacrosse are 100% volunteer run, non-profit organizations.  This is important as everyone in our program is here for the kids and we are only only interested in your child's best interests, it is not just a job to us.
Did you know?
Lacrosse is the oldest American game; Native Americans have played the game long before our colonies were settled.  In effort to promote the purest and best values of the game, US Lacrosse has partnered with the Positive Coaching Alliance to promote positive coaching and good sportsmanship throughout the sport of lacrosse.   Bear Creek Youth  Lacrosse (BCYL) also supports this movement and hopes that you will continue to enjoy playing for your BCYL team or join one of our youth teams.

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Thank you visiting and we hope to see you wearing a Bear Creek Youth Lacrosse jersey soon!


Field Status
Bear Creek HS - Lakewood OPEN (12/12) 
Colorado Academy - Lakewood OPEN (12/12) 
Foothills Sports Arena - Lakewood OPEN (12/12) 
Schaefer #11 - Lakewood OPEN (12/12) 
Schaefer #13 - Lakewood OPEN (12/12) 
Schaefer #7 - Lakewood OPEN (12/12) 
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