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5.0.0  BOUNDARIES AND PLAY FOR RULES

5.1.0 Youth organizations are expected to draw from geographic boundaries that fall within their High School area.

5.1.1 Players are assigned to programs based on the school district where they live and should refer to the following list (effective 10/9/2018). This list will be reviewed by NSYL each fall, considering WHSBLA boundaries.

School District Lacrosse Program
Anacortes Anacortes
Arlington Arlington
Bellingham Bellingham
Blaine North County
Burlington-Edison Skagit Valley
Concrete Skagit Valley
Conway Skagit Valley, Stanwood or Arlington
Coupeville Anacortes or Mukilteo
Darrington Arlington
Edmonds Edmonds
Everett Everett
Ferndale Bellingham
Glacier Peak HS Glacier Peak
Granite Falls Monroe or Arlington
Index Monroe
Lake Stevens Snohomish
Lakewood Stanwood or Arlington
La Conner Anacortes or Skagit Valley
Lynden North County
Marysville Everett, Arlington, or Stanwood
Meridian North County
Monroe Monroe
Mt Baker North County
Mt Vernon Skagit Valley
Mukilteo Mukilteo
Nooksack North County
Northshore Northshore
Oak Harbor Anacortes
San Juan Islands Anacortes
Sedro Woolley Skagit Valley
Snohomish HS Snohomish
South Whidbey Mukilteo
Stanwood-Camano Stanwood
Sultan Monroe
 

5.1.2 Players must play for their assigned program unless released, in writing, by a representative of their assigned program. Representatives with authority to release a player are limited to president, vice-president (boys youth), or program director.

5.1.3 Players must renew their request to play for another program annually.

5.1.4 If a player’s request to play for another program is denied, the player may appeal to the NSYL Board of Directors, in writing, and the request will be reviewed at the next regularly scheduled board meeting.