To provide an exceptional lacrosse experience to our community's youth and families in the Escondido, Fallbrook, and Valley Center region.
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by posted 06/15/2014



Registration is now open for the upcoming 2014 Fall indoor lacrosse season!  Visit the Player Registration tab for easy online registration.  We will be defending our 2013 Middle School and JV Southern California Championship titles and have high expectations for our Varsity team.  We are also excited about fielding our first Youth team. GO COYOTES!

Coyotes will sponsor teams in the Varsity, Junior Varsity, Middle School (7-8th grades), and Youth (4-6th grades) divisions.  Practices will start the first week of September with games played on Sundays starting on September 14th and through mid-October.  The top two teams in each division will qualify for the San Diego County playoffs with the San Diego County champions advancing to the Southern California Championship in Orange County end of October. 


Practices – one practice per week, Thursday evenings at the Escondido Sports Center.

Games – eight regular season games, all on Sundays at the Escondido Sports Center.


Registration fees are $285 per player ($300 after Sept 1st) and include:

  • Game shorts and pinnie;

  • AAU insurance;

  • Coaching;

  • Game officials and rink time; and

  • A great lacrosse experience!


Coyotes will host a few free scrimmages in August for returning players to get back into indoor shape and also for new players to try out the indoor game before registration.    

For new and interested players, go to the Contact Us tab and send me an email with your name and grade and I’ll add you to the Coyotes email distribution list for updates.

I hope to see you at the rinks!  Contact me if you have any questions.


Morgan Rogers

President, Coyotes Lacrosse



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Coy-o-te  (kī ō’ tē, kī’ ōt) , n., pl. –tes, (esp. collectively) –te
1. a wolflike, medium-sized North American candid, Canis latrans
2. a fierce, aggressive, skilled, conditioned, intelligent, and loyal member of the Coyotes Lacrosse family.    
The Coyote is well known as the icon of the wild in the deserts.  Native Americans knew him as a trickster, a clever and cunning brother capable of both good and bad.  The Chemehuevi Indian legends describe him as the father of all men.