Youth Girls and Boys Lacrosse

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2019 LACROSSE Registration NOW open! Don't Delay!

Blue Storm Sports believes that the pursuit of excellence in the areas of academics and sports helps develop maturity and self-confidence.  The experience(s) a student athlete has with Blue Storm Sports will be beneficial throughout his or her lifetime.  The focus of Blue Storm Sports is the development of individual player as well as teaching student athletes life lessons through team sports.

Blue Storm Sports serves YOUTH within the Merrimack Valley Middle School and High School communities (towns of Andover, Webster, Salisbury, Boscawen, Loudon and Penacook, New Hampshire).  If there's an area town that does not offer lacrosse (boys or girls), football and/or cheer, that athlete may have the option of playing with Blue Storm Sports.

Life Lessons and Positive Words can go a long way!

Youth sports will have a big impact on young players/athletes. Please do not underestimate the life lessons youth sports can offer all of us.


“My responsibility is leadership, and the minute I get negative, that is going to have an influence on my team.” Don Shula, Positive Coaching Alliance (2019).


1)    Be positive


2)    R.O.O.T.S. Respect Officials, Opponents, Teammates and Self. SO important. A coach MUST be a role model for players when coaching and making comments about officials calls.


Recently, while officiating a youth game, a coach on the sideline FAR from the play exclaimed “That was the worst call I have ever seen!”. The coach was 70 yards from the call/foul. The official was 10 yards. Bottom line: Near or far; what message are you sending to student-athletes when you exclaim such a frustration? Please respect each and every person at the game!


Manchester Union Leader, Sunday May 5, 2019: Credit to coach Brad Stevens (Boston Celtics) for saying, “I don’t complain about officials. We have a lot of things we have to work on.”

3)    Athletes must learn to respect ALL participants in a sporting event. Please, as an administrator, a coach, a parent on the sideline and/or a student-athlete, be the best role model you can be for everyone involved in our game.




NHYLA is looking for 2019 sportsmanship nominations! If you see a team/league that exemplifies sportsmanship - please email with your comments and recommendations!


The NHYLA Festival is the weekend of June 8th & 9th and will be held in Amherst, New Hampshire (Souhegan High School Athletic Complex).


by posted 05/08/2019
2019 Registration is NOW open~!

Registration for Spring 2019 is NOW open!  It is very important families understand the pricing for 2019~ there is an EARLY BIRD registration fee of $150.00 for each player.  The EARLY BIRD registration fee is ONLY available until February 15, 2019.  As of February 18, 2019, the regular registration fee is $175.00.  After March 1, 2019, there is a 'late fee' of $25.00.  Do not delay in registering your child!  Blue Storm also offers a sibling discount if you have more than ONE lacrosse player.

by posted 01/07/2019
Looking for PARENT Volunteers!!!!

Blue Storm Sports is a community based organization that relies on VOLUNTEERISM!  We are always looking for community members to fill vital roles within the organization!  As the 2019 Lacrosse Season approaches, we are looking for a few more coaches to work with our 14U-7/8th Grade Girls and Boys Lacrosse teams!  Please email to discuss your interest and identify what requirements must be satisfied to fill such a role.

by posted 12/29/2018
2019 Lacrosse is right around the corner!

Blue Storm Sports Girls and Boys Lacrosse  registration is now open! Are you ready???

by posted 11/25/2018
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New Hampshire Youth Lacrosse Association