Last Updated: June 15, 2017
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The 2017 End of Season Jamboree will be held Saturday June 3rd


·       Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District HMT Complex               Boys 7/8 and Boys 5/6
15707 SW Walker Rd, Beaverton, OR 97006

·       Rock Creek Powerlines Fields                                                     Boys 3/4


21171 NW Rock Creek Blvd.  Portland, OR 97229

 PCC Rock Creek                                                                          Boys 5/6

17705 NW Springville Rd  Portland, OR 97229


This year the 5/6 boys will be split at HMT and PCC Rock Creek.  Teams will not have to go between fields. 


Schedules will be here as soon as they are available


TVLAX looks forward to hosting a fun-filled, safe Lacrosse Jamboree

 Additional information can be found at under the Handout and Tournament sections.

 Trainers: Orthopedic & Fracture Specialists will be providing trainers at the Main Tent.

 Tournament Coordinators:

 Christine Waczak / 503-332-8107 /

                        Bill Kirby / 503-804-7577 /

 TVYLL President: Jay Coalson /(503) 860-6038 /

 Tournament Sponsor: Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy


TVLAX Mission Statement

Tualatin Valley Youth Lacrosse League (TVYLL) was formed by a group of Oregon Youth Lacrosse Clubs who saw a need to coordinate various club activities and policies for the common benefit of their respective members. Each Club servers a single High School attendance area as defined by the Beaverton School District (BSD). Member clubs collaborate with their respective high school lacrosse programs to the mutual benefit of kids, coaches, and parents.

Each member club provides two representatives, as board members, to manage TVYLL.

The member clubs are:

Aloha Youth Lacrosse
Beaverton Beavers Youth Lacrosse
Southridge Skyhawks Youth Lacrosse
Sunset Youth Lacrosse
Westview Youth Lacrosse

The TVYLL programs are primarily instructional in nature. However there are options to compete on select teams as well.