High School

Games to Watch: March 7 to March 13 (Photo: Casey Vock, 3d Rising)
The 2016 boys lacrosse season has been underway for some of the southeastern states for almost a month now, but this week things start to really heat up with a series of high-profile contests taking place. Teams from the IAC in Washington D.C., the Inter-Ac in Philly and the MIAA in Baltimore take the field with several of their power teams in action. And these are not... Read More
Posted 10:21am 03/06/16
Lax.com's Best Saves of 2015
Following up on its recent video capturing some of the best goals from the 2015 high school lacrosse season, Lax.com just released a look at some of the most impressive saves of the year, covering both college and high school. It's yet another excelletn piece by the Connecticut-based company, and you can get a glimpse of some of the best high school program's in the... Read More
Posted 12:15pm 09/15/15
Lax.com's Top High School Goals of 2015
Lax.com is the producer of and home to some of the best lacrosse highlights out there, and today the Connecticut-based business released an outstanding compilation of the 2015 high school season's best goals, more than four minutes worth of incredible shots and remarkable skill on display.  Featuring teams from around the country, this is another example of Lax.... Read More
Posted 8:41am 09/09/15
PHILADELPHIA – St. Joseph’s Prep has named Sean DeLaney as its new lacrosse coach. DeLaney, who played two years with the Denver Outlaws of the Major League Lacrosse, is program director of South Jersey Select Lacrosse in Moorestown, NJ after spending four years with Nike, Inc. DeLaney takes over the Prep lacrosse program which won the Catholic League championship last... Read More
Posted 7:03am 09/02/15
(Photo: Casey Vock, 3d Rising)
Towson, Maryland — Ben Rubeor (Class of 2004) has been named Loyola Blakefield’s new Assistant Director of Admissions and Head Coach of the varsity lacrosse team, filling vacancies in both areas. After graduating from Loyola, Rubeor attended the University of Virginia (UVA), where he earned a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s in finance. He was also a three-... Read More
Posted 2:19pm 08/31/15
New Faceoff Procedure Among Rules Changes in High School Boys Lacrosse
BALTIMORE — Beginning with the 2016 high school boys’ lacrosse season, officials and players will adhere to a new, more clearly defined faceoff procedure. The revision to Rule 4-3-3 was one of four major changes recommended by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Boys Lacrosse Rules Committee at its July 13-15 meeting in Indianapolis. The... Read More
Posted 10:54am 08/12/15
BALTIMORE — US Lacrosse today announced the winners of the 2015 US Lacrosse High School Boys’ Coaches of the Year, Assistant Coaches of the Year, and Man of the Year awards. Individuals were selected from within their geographic areas throughout the nation. The US Lacrosse Men’s Game Coaches Subcommittee manages the awards and recognition program, which is administered... Read More
Posted 11:42am 07/20/15
St. Xavier celebrates the 2015 Ohio Division I high school championship win. (Photo: Elizabeth Caudill)
The 2015 high school season officially concluded two weekends ago, with Massachusetts and Maine playing the final scholastic contests of the year.  We've put together a quick look at as many of the championships we could find in our research for the USA Today High School Sports Super 25 content and American Family Insurance post-season awards. (If you missed those... Read More
Posted 10:43am 07/06/15
The final championship weekend of the year builds up with a set of semifinal meetings early in the week and follows I-95 up the East Coast. Virginia, Connecticut and Massachusetts play their semifinals and finals this week. Which are the best of the best? Chantilly (Va.) vs. Langley (Va.), Tuesday One half of the Virginia High School League semifinals feature two of... Read More
Posted 8:03am 06/08/15
The champions were crowned in New York State Saturday, including two first-time champions, as the NYSPHSAA Class A, B and C title games were held at Vestal High School outside of Binghamton. Niskayuna, out of the New Yorkís Section II/Capital Region, won the Class A finale with a 13-10 win over West Genesee behind tremendous offensive contributions from its group of... Read More
Posted 7:16pm 06/06/15