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King Philip Youth Lacrosse (MBYLL)

King Philip Youth Lacrosse is a youth lacrosse program — located in Wrentham — founded in 1999, Massachusetts and is a member of the Massachusetts Bay Youth Lacrosse League (MBYLL).

king philip youth lacrosse mbyll wrentham massachusetts

King Philip Youth Lacrosse (MBYLL)


  • Wrentham, Massachusetts

Why You Should Register:

KPYL is a great program for a player of any level. We have players that have never played and ones that have been playing for several years. We balance all of our teams to the best of our ability.

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Program Size:

  • 11-50 teams


  • Jack Piatelli
  • Wes Bishop – Wes is a current Senior at KP High School and will be attending UMass Boston next fall where he will play lacrosse. Wes played for the MBYLL Colonials team that went to Denver in 2014.
  • John Piatelli – John is currently a sophomore at Cornell University where he is an outstanding attackman for the Big Red. John is entering his junior year after totaling 64 points last season.
  • Bob Thompson – Bob has been with the KP program since 2011 and has coached at every level from U9 to U15. He has been a boys coordinator and also served as president for 4 years. He is still coaching at the U15 level.
  • Chuck Booth. Chuck has been with the program since 2015 and has coached U9-U13 and is the current president of KPYL.

Contact Information

Contact: Bob Thompson


Phone: (508) 245-7834



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