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Boys Lacrosse - Sankey Summer Camps Happening!
posted 06/16/2020

Sankey Lacrosse June Summer Camp is HAPPENING! The dates of the camp have been pushed back one week to now be June 29-July 2nd. The location will remain at Twin Oaks Park: 3129 Bradley Road, Chalfont PA. 


Sankey Lacrosse Camps are all about developing fundamental skills, having fun, and being exposed to some of the best players in the world. The camp is run by Joey Sankey, and always has some of the best players in the world show up. This year Grant Ament, and most likely Matt Rambo and Michael Sowers will be attending the camp. It is one of the best lacrosse camp experiences you will find - coaches are passionate about engaging with the campers!


Use code 'CBAA' for a special $25 discount available only to CBAA Lightning Lacrosse families

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Boys Lacrosse - 'Legends Future Elites' Camp at Herbst
posted 06/16/2020

Space is limited! This youth training camp includes (3) full days of lacrosse sessions with Matt Rambo and local High School coaches and current pros. Players will receive 8 hours/day of world class training, evaluations from pros, tips on how to get better on their own, and a legends gear pack (pinnie socks)! Daily competitions and giveaways will also be included to increase the high-level lacrosse camp experience.


Legends Future Elites Camp:

  • Dates: July 14-16 2020 (Tuesday-Thursday)
  • Times: (8AM-4PM)
  • Location: Herbst Sports Complex | 5472 Durham Road Pipersville, PA 18947
  • Open to players: 2024, 2025, 2026, 2027, 2028, 2029, 2030, 2031
  • Costs: (3 days): $349/player 
  • Discount code RAMBO50
  • Training Format: 3 day program on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday broken up into the following components: Specific Positional Training, fundamentals, speed & agility testing, small group competitions, full games, and daily contests!

2020 Future Elites Coaches

  • Matt Rambo (Maryland ’17) – current Philadelphia Wings All-Star and PLL Whipsnakes Attackman. Former All-American, NCAA Champion and Tewaaraton Winner at Maryland.
  • Rob Forster (Penn State ’09) – current Head Coach at La Salle College HS. Former coach at UPenn and head coach at Academy of New Church HS.
  • NEW Blaze Riorden (Albany ‘16) – current Chaos LC Goalie & Philadelphia Wings Forward. Former All-American Goalie at University of Albany.
  • NEW Jack Rapine (Hopkins ’20) – current Archers LC Defenseman. All American at Upper Dublin HS (PA). Former starting Defenseman at Johns Hopkins & 6th in team history with 40 Caused Turnovers.
  • Jack Forster (Penn State ’12) – current Head Coach at Academy of New Church. Director of Dukes Young Guns.
  • Brian Santoleri (Stockton ’13) – current Head coach at Archbishop Carroll HS, club coach for Fusion Lacrosse, and director of Legends Academy.


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Check out Girls Lacrosse Summer Camps
posted 06/16/2020

PhillyLacrosse.com has just published an update on summer camps in our area.  For dates and registration links, click HERE

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Waiver Policy
by posted 12/22/2015

Waiver Policy & Instructions


Players with NO home program

The current SEPYLA requirement for players who do not have a home program is for those players to notify SEPYLA of their desired Spring Season program. The current steps when registering for CBAA are as follows:

  • Send an e-mail to  oyslax@cbaasports.org with a copy to sepylalax@gmail.com
  • The Email must contain: Player's Name, Date of Birth, Grade, and Home Address
  • Include a statement confirming that they wish to play for CBAA Lacrosse because their home school district does not have a youth program.
  • Identify if the player is a first year player - if they are an experienced player, provide the name of the program they participated in the prior spring.


Players within the boundaries of an ACTIVE program

Any player who resides within another team boundary, and wishes to play for the CBAA, must go through the SEPYLA waiver process BEFORE registering with CBAA. 

The formal waiver process is defined on the SEPYLA website.  However,  the following steps outline the process:

  • An e-mail needs to be sent to Steve Lehman, chairman of the SEPYLA competition committee, explaining the hardship and reason for the request to play for the CBAA. 
  • There is a $25 fee for the waiver process, payable to SEPYLA. 

As a reminder our territory includes all feeder schools to CB East, CB West and Palisades.  If your physical address does not reside in these boundaries, you need to obtain a waiver OR register with your home program.  No exceptions!!


Read More  - click SEPYLA Waiver Process

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