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One Team, Focused on One Community

Cherry Creek Youth Sports lacrosse was started in 2010 while working closely with Cherry Creek High School and their lacrosse program. This relationship is based on our mission to help promote the great game of lacrosse in our Cherry Creek community. 


Building on the strength of our community, we will have over 50 freshman kids playing this year with Cherry Creek High School and are excited to continue our focus on our core mission:

We are One Team, Focused on One Community!

We are the only Youth Sports organization in the State of Colorado that feeds one High School. We are run by dedicated volunteers that live in this community, attended Creek High School and are focused developing players to be prepared to enter the best High School in the state. 



Welcome to Creek Lacrosse!

Registration for the 2023 season is OPEN!


We are looking forward to spring and hope that you will join us! Teams fill VERY quickly so please register early!

We welcome ALL players at EVERY level!

Questions? Email


*There is a box within the registration that asks for “special requests”. Please list a preferred coach or a friend that you would like to be placed with and we will do our best to accommodate. 





Lacrosse Helmet: white (you will receive decals from your coach)

Mouth Guard: Any color other than clear

Lacrosse Shoulder Pads

Lacrosse Elbow Pads

Lacrosse Gloves

Lacrosse Stick (no fiddle sticks please)

*Many retailers offer “starter packs” please feel free to shop around. Most equipment can be used for multiple seasons.



We will send out a link to every registered player to order your uniform in the coming weeks. The uniform will consist of Creek shorts and a numbered pinny. There will be other optional Creek merchandise for sale too!


General Information:

Practices will begin officially at the end of February

The season will begin with the first games in mid-March.   The regular season ends at the beginning of May with playoffs and championship games to be completed before Memorial Day weekend. 

Teams will have at least 8 games. (Weather permitting)   Teams should have an even number of home and away games depending on field availability.  Games on Saturday with the possibility of one weekday game. Makeup games could be played on Sundays. 


Remember, teams fill FAST. We have hard deadlines so that we can submit teams for scheduling.
Contact us with questions! The best way to reach us is by email. 
Please email: with any questions. 
We love to hear from you!

*Please refer to CCYS's policy for player refunds. There are no refunds, for ANY reason starting February 18th, 2023.




From Cherry Creek High School Head Coach Matt Bocklet


Cherry Creek Lacrosse has earned its status as one of the best youth and high school programs in the state and I am incredibly proud to be part of this community. I am eager to work with the athletes, their families, members of the CC athletic department, and the rest of the lacrosse family at Cherry Creek toward an increasingly exceptional program.

CCYS is a critical part of achieving this goal and therefore is a program I intend to work with very closely. I will work to develop our youth players and coaches to ensure the youth and high school programs directly support one another and are united by: mission, coaching principals, and a desire for excellence. The main goal of this initiative is to have our youth players as prepared as possible to contribute to the High School program when they are Freshman.

As the CCHS high school coach I will be diligent about helping every player improve in lacrosse and I hope to inspire them to grow as individuals, too. Win or lose, I want our athletes to make us proud as members of the Cherry Creek community.


Coach Bocklet






Boys Lacrosse Information
Field Positions:


The attackman's responsibility is to score goals and help his teammates score goals by passing the ball. The attackman generally restricts his play to the offensive end of the field. A good attackman demonstrates excellent stick work with both hands and has quick feet to maneuver around the goal. Each team has three attackmen on the field during play.



The midfielder's responsibility is to cover the entire field, playing both offense and defense. The midfielder is a key to the transition game, and is often called upon to clear the ball from defense to offense. A good midfielder demonstrates good stick work including throwing, catching and scooping. Speed and stamina are essential. Each team has three midfielders on the field.



The defenseman's responsibility is to defend the goal. The defenseman generally restricts his play to the defensive end of the field. A good defenseman should be able to react quickly in game situations. Agility and aggressiveness are necessary, but great stick work is more essential to attack. Each team has three defenseman on the field.



The goalie's responsibility is to protect the goal and stop the opposing team from scoring. A good goalie also leads the defense by reading the situation and directing the defenseman to react. A good goalie should have excellent hand/eye coordination and a strong voice. Quickness, agility, confidence, and the ability to concentrate are also essential. Each team has one goalie in the goal.


Go Creek!


by posted 11/10/2017
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