Last Updated: April 13, 2015
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2015 Oregon Jam End of Season Tournament Roster Form Due no later than May 1st
2015 Oregon Cup Select Shootout Roster Form Due no later than April 15th

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The 2015 TVLAX Jam End of Season Tournament 

is sold out


Saturday May 30th, 2015 at multiple locations.

This tournament sells out quickly so please do not delay your registration.  The number of teams accepted are limited.


Click here to register




2015 Oregon Cup for Boys Select Teams

  Is now waitlist only

please contact Christine @ 503-332-8107 to get on a waitlist.

Saturday, May 16th and Sunday May 17th 

The Howard M Terpenning Complex-THPRD Beaverton Oregon

Price per team $595.00



2015 Oregon Cup Vendors


The Market Place will include NWDesigns for t-shirts and apparel.  Players will be able to purchase         

t-shirts, hoodies, sweats and other apparel items with the tournament logo.                                               

   Items can be personalized with team names and rosters!




      Heaven Scent Coffee Cart!









Offering lunch and dinner options for $6. 


The famous VooDoo Doughnut truck will be on site!


Hawaiian Shaved Ice and Gourmet Popcorn!


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.