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High School Lacrosse FAQ'S

Which high school team will I play for?
Starting with the Spring 2015 season, high school boys (9th-12th) in the OKC area began playing for high school club programs which include Capital City United, Deer Creek  and Edmond North Huskies.  Deer Creek HS students play for Deer Creek Lacrosse, Edmond North HS students play for Huskies Lacrosse and Capital City United serves as the catch-all for all other students who don't attend Deer Creek or Edmond North schools. The goal is to grow new teams from Capital City United as players from a school district grow to a sufficient number.

Tulsa area high school boys play for one of several teams in the Tulsa Metro.  For any questions about those programs then please reach out to us and we can direct you to the right person as needed.

Please reach out to any of us with any questions if you feel like you are not clear on which school/program for which you should register.

Where can I register for spring  high school  lacrosse?
We will post an active registration link on this website as soon as registration is approved to move forward. Registration for the spring lacrosse season typically opens by November 1st. If it's not currently open then be sure to check back on this website or reach out to one of us for more specific questions. Practices typically start in mid-January (indoor and outdoor), the season lasts from late-February to early May and ends with a post-season tournament in mid-May.
How much does registration cost? 
Please visit the Capital City United website for details on season costs when registration opens. Registration generally costs $300-$500.

NOTE:  Financial scholarships are available for any families who needs help. The club will discretely work with you on a solution to take down any financial barriers, where possible.

Do I need to become a member of USA Lacrosse?
Yes, players must also have a current USA Lacrosse membership in order to register. The cost of an annual USA Lacrosse membership is about $30. To register for this annual membership, visit

The membership funds insurance and continuing education programs for players, coaches, and officials. A portion of the membership cost also goes to support our Local Chapter that funds training for our coaches, referees, etc.
My son is new to lacrosse. What do they need and where can I buy the items?
Dick's Sporting Goods in the Quail Springs area of North OKC offers a great selection of lacrosse gear. Emails from Dick's Sporting Goods containing these discounts (usually 20% off) will be sent to parents of registered players throughout the year! There are also many reputable online lacrosse retailers such as,, www. and If you know what you're looking for then you can also purchase good used equipment online at

Boys' Lacrosse Equipment

  • Stick (gender appropriate)

  • Lacrosse Helmet (no football/hockey helmets)

  • Shoulder pads (no football shoulder pads)

  • Arm pads

  • Gloves

  • Mouthguard with visible color

  • Athletic supporter and cup

  • Cleats – optional (no metal cleats)

  • Rib pads – optional


Are there camps or clinics that my son can attend?
Yes. Camps and clinics are a great way to improve skills and game sense. As information becomes available, an email will be sent to parents of all registered players or information posted to social media pages.

Other player opportunities and costs.
There are traveling teams and may be other opportunities for players to participate in tournaments outside of OKC. Costs associated with tournament registration fees, travel, etc. may be additional. If interested, then be sure to have your son ask the coach for any details or recommendations.

Starting with the Spring 2019 season, the boards of Capital City United and Deer Creek Lacrosse agreed to combine the boys’ youth programs back under Central Oklahoma Youth Lacrosse (COYL). This is due to the youth conference (INLC) going to single grade level teams, instead of two combined grade levels, and the lack of numbers in our youth programs to compete as single grade level teams. We believe this will provide a number of benefits, including a coordinated effort to grow the game in the OKC metro. We plan to utilize this approach to transition the boys’ youth lacrosse players to Capital City, Deer Creek and Edmond North high school teams when boys enter the 9th grade.

Note:  There are no plans to change the Endurance (girls) or high school boys programs.

Where can I register for spring YOUTH lacrosse?
Visit COYL's website at Registration for the spring lacrosse season typically opens by January 1st. Take advantage of their early bird special! Be sure to check on their website to see if the registration tab is open and check for updates on the COYL Facebook page @CentralOKLacrosse. Practices typically at the beginning of February and the season ends with a post-season tournament in mid-May. When registration opens on the COYL website, all details will be posted, including registration costs.

I might be interested in coaching a youth team, but I have never played or coached lacrosse before. How can I help out?
Given that lacrosse is fairly new here in Oklahoma, most of our coaches had no experience playing the sport in grade-school or high school. Central Oklahoma Youth Lacrosse (COYL) provides coaches training and will work to pair new coaches with more experienced coaches who can get them started.


Capital City United Lacrosse
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  

Phone: 405-520-2234
Email: [email protected]

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