In our last edition of Ask A Ref, Gordon Corsetti filled us in on how players can, and can not, exchange sticks on the field of play. This week, he’s covering goalie sticks, how they can be used on offense, and we can draw the line.
High School Lacrosse news and commentary. From East Coast to West Coast, we’ve got high school lax coverage from every region!
A couple of Sundays back saw a constant drizzle slowly drench New York City, but that didn’t stop the Public School Athletic League lacrosse championships, which took place at Aviator Sports Complex, in Brooklyn, from going down in a pretty amazing fashion.
The dust has settled in Texas! At the end of the most entertaining season in recent memory, the St. Marks School of Texas has claimed its first State Championship in school history defeating the Episcopal School of Dallas 8-7 in OT on May 5th.
The Wall Street Journal tackles lacrosse, so we tackle the Wall Street Journal. Is lacrosse really the land of golden scholarship opportunity that the WSJ makes it out to be?
We’ll be looking at a number of first year programs this year, and publishing reports from the coaches and supporters of these new teams. Our first report comes from Mary Mattia, out of Highlands, Texas. She played a key role in getting a new program off the ground, and continues to support these boys with their dreams in big ways. We LOVE sharing stories like this one!
From the deep south, comes one of the best assists we’ve ever seen.
Check out some highlights from the first four games (4-0) of the Coquitlam Adanacs Midget A1 team (14-15 years old) season. These guys are tearing it up so far, and putting on a nice little show. Enjoy!
Just as regular season, high school action in Maine is kicking off, playoffs are heating up down here in Texas. In this edition of the StickStar Report, we will take a look at some of the Division I story lines from the last couple of regular season weeks and what lies ahead in the 2013 Texas High School Lacrosse League Playoffs.
Stefan Bergman of La Salle goes deep from 80 yards on the 10-man ride.
This week’s POTW is all about control.
We publish a fantastic photo every Friday, and if you drop the best Photo Caption in the comments section of this post, we hook you up with sweet LAS gear from the Lacrosse Shop!
The US Lacrosse High School Top 25 was released earlier this week, and while we don’t put too much stock in national high school rankings (it’s almost impossible to be truly accurate as there is still so little overlap), they are fun to see, and provide for great chatter.
Ryan Harnisch wins the face off, reverses direction, and shoots the ball out to Hunter Edington, who gets the assist on the face break look against Santa Margarita Catholic.
Stephen O’Day stopped by the West Islip vs. Ridgewood game to capture some great action shots.
This week’s POTW comes to us from some coast to coast action, we received several AWESOME game photos from high school match-ups around the nation and decided to feature a few of them as our Photo of the Week!