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Welcome to the Louisiana High School Lacrosse League

The Louisiana High School Lacrosse League (LHSLL) was formed in 2008 to provide a framework and organizational structure for the growth of high school lacrosse in the State of Louisiana.  The focus of this website will be to provide you with up-to-date information from US Lacrosse, LHSLL news and events, as well as team scores and league standings. Each LHSLL team is dedicated to the goal of teaching the sport and providing a fun experience for all involved.  Our mission is 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.  Though this, we hope 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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LHSLL Adds Two New Programs
LHSLL Adds Two New Programs Courtesy of October...
2017 LHSLL Academic All-American Team
Congratulations to the following players who were not only outstanding on...
St. Paul's Wins First State Title
One of the most competitive Final Fours in the history of the LHSLL finished...
Championship Game is set!
On Saturday at Cougar Stadium in Lafayette, the Jesuit Bluejays survived...
LHSLL Adds Two New Programs

LHSLL Adds Two New Programs

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October 21, 2017

The LHSLL voted to add two new member programs at their annual Scheduling Meeting held in Broussard, LA this past Saturday.

After their initial season last year, Friendship Capital, based in Baton Rouge, requested league membership and was added as a developmental program. They will predominately compete at the junior varsity level this year as they continue to grow their program.

The Lower Alabama Bayhawks, based in the Mobile area, also requested membership in the league. The Bayhawks formerly competed in the Gulf Coast Lacrosse Conference. Helen Milteer, representing the Bayhawks, explained that they can no longer play against their former Florida-based Gulf Coast opponents since those teams are now sanctioned by the FHSAA. They were drawn to the LHSLL due to their proximity and strong league organization. The Bayhawks boast over 100 players ages 8-18 in their youth through high school divisions. LHSLL voting members agreed to add Lower Alabama who will compete in the LHSLL East District along with Ocean Springs, Pascagoula, North Shore, Mandeville, and St. Paul’s.

The league also voted in favor of a proposal from Mike Biffel of Holy Cross to revise the official season dates. Biffel stated that his proposal will help grow the game by allowing players to participate in a Winter sport such as basketball or soccer in addition to lacrosse which is universally considered a Spring sport. Other advantages to a later season start alleviates conflicts between soccer and lacrosse for field access. After much discussion, the league agreed that official league games may start on or after February 1st. The end of the season will be pushed into the middle of May at the discretion of the league commissioner.

In other business, league Commissioner Val Browning and LOLA representative Steve Luxion outlined NFHS rule changes and points of emphasis for the 2018 season. The NFHS will continue to emphasize defenseless/blindside hits, mouthpiece usage, and crosse dimensions. New rules effective for 2018 include allowing a goal if the ball is released from the crosse prior to the end of the period. The league emphasis will be on sideline and fan behavior, language, and mouthpiece usage.

by posted 10/23/2017
2017 LHSLL Academic All-American Team

Congratulations to the following players who were not only outstanding on the field, but excelled in the classroom as well.

- Adam Bobbs, Lafayette

- Austin James, Mandeville High School

- Ryan Flood, St. Paul's School

- William Murphy, St. Paul's School

by posted 05/24/2017
St. Paul's Wins First State Title

One of the most competitive Final Fours in the history of the LHSLL finished with an exciting 10-9 victory by St. Paul's over the defending champs, Jesuit.  The loss ended Jesuit's run of State Championships at five.  Congratulations to all the players and coaches who made it to Championship Weekend.

by posted 05/01/2017
Championship Game is set!

On Saturday at Cougar Stadium in Lafayette, the Jesuit Bluejays survived a furious second-half rally to defeat the Loyola Flyers 6-5 in the first semi-final game.  In the second semi-final matchup, the St. Paul's Wolves held off the St. Thomas More Cougars 9-6 to move on to the finals.  Jesuit will be looking for their sixth staight state title when they faceoff against St. Paul's in the championship game scheduled for Sunday at 3pm. 

by posted 04/30/2017
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