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   The Louisiana High School Lacrosse League (LHSLL) was formed in 2008 to provide a framework and organizational structure for the growth of youth lacrosse in the State of Louisiana. Each team will play all players as equally as possible with the goal of teaching the sport and providing a fun experience for all involved. We police ourselves in the effort to provide an outlet for kids that has not been swept up in the pressure-filled, win-at-all-cost mania that is all too present in today's youth sports. With common rules, regulations, philosophies and a communication structure in place we can all play and grow together.  We hope and strive to provide a format for a safe and meaningful lacrosse experience for all players and promote the growth of lacrosse in Louisiana while maintaining the highest possible levels of sportsmanship.

 
 
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2014 Season Coming to a Close with some Exciting Lacrosse yet to be Played!
  

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Playoff Picture taking Shape!
by posted 04/07/2014
 

Dog Pile Lax Style for West District Champs!

After this past weekend, the playoff picture has cleared, yet there is still one slot to be determined.  

With their 14 - 6 victory on Saturday over St. Paul's, Jesuit has secured the #1 seed for the East District and will host #4 seed Brother Martin in the playoffs.  Jesuit will play Dutchtown on Tuesday in a District make-up game, looking to secure the District Championship with a victory.  St. Paul's will be the #2 seed and host #3 seed Mandeville on Friday night at Hunter Stadium.

In the West District, the Catholic High Bears went up to Shreveport this weekend looking to secure their playoff spot.  On Saturday, the Bears beat Loyola 11-8 and then turned around to play Caddo Magnet on Sunday.  After a 4 hour rain delay, the game was played, with the Bears coming out with the victory 8-6.  With that victory, Catholic High won it's first District Championship and will enter the playoffs as the #1 seed from the West District and host a Quarterfinal Game.  

While Byrd and St. Thomas More have secured playoff spots, their seeding will not be determined until after the Caddo Magnet v Loyola game on Tuesday.  The winner of that game will secure the last playoff spot for the West District and allow for the seeding to be set.

Quarterfinals will start this week and lead up to Championship Weekend, April 26th & 27th on the campus of St. Thomas More in Lafayette.


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Playoff Picture taking Shape!
by posted 04/07/2014
 

Dog Pile Lax Style for West District Champs!

After this past weekend, the playoff picture has cleared, yet there is still one slot to be determined.  

With their 14 - 6 victory on Saturday over St. Paul's, Jesuit has secured the #1 seed for the East District and will host #4 seed Brother Martin in the playoffs.  Jesuit will play Dutchtown on Tuesday in a District make-up game, looking to secure the District Championship with a victory.  St. Paul's will be the #2 seed and host #3 seed Mandeville on Friday night at Hunter Stadium.

In the West District, the Catholic High Bears went up to Shreveport this weekend looking to secure their playoff spot.  On Saturday, the Bears beat Loyola 11-8 and then turned around to play Caddo Magnet on Sunday.  After a 4 hour rain delay, the game was played, with the Bears coming out with the victory 8-6.  With that victory, Catholic High won it's first District Championship and will enter the playoffs as the #1 seed from the West District and host a Quarterfinal Game.  

While Byrd and St. Thomas More have secured playoff spots, their seeding will not be determined until after the Caddo Magnet v Loyola game on Tuesday.  The winner of that game will secure the last playoff spot for the West District and allow for the seeding to be set.

Quarterfinals will start this week and lead up to Championship Weekend, April 26th & 27th on the campus of St. Thomas More in Lafayette.


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Camps and Clinics
Note all non-league associated/hosted camps and clinics are welcome to advertise their camps for a nominal fee. Please contact the webmaster for further information.

 
Quickstick Games Lacrosse Camp

Dates: Monday, July 7th - Thursday, July 10th
 
Time: 5PM - 9PM

Cost: $200

Location: St. Paul's High School in Covington
 
For more info, go to www.teamlouisianaelite.com  

Flambeaux Lacrosse Camp

Dates: Monday June 23rd 8am - Thursday, June 26th Noon

Cost: $200 (Includes $25 non-refundable registration fee)

Location: St. Joseph’s Abbey & Seminary in Covington

Camp will consist of 10 sessions with swimming each afternoon, great meals, awesome dorms w/ 2 players per room, great coaches w/ collegiate experience & leading high school coaches from the area.
 
 
Jesuit Lacrosse Camps for Youth Players
 
Open to anyone interested...ran as Jesuit Youth Summer Camps - part of the school's summer activities....