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Posted on October 29, 2022

Teams that fall below the required Team Participation % have a choice between one of the two options:

The THSLL program can remain in their current class and Team Participation%, participate in District Games within their Class and District, but will be ineligible for State Playoffs.

Or

The THSLL program can move up to the next THSLL Class and remain eligible for State Playoffs for the 2023 and 2024 seasons.

The deadline for teams to make this choice is November 1, 2022.

In consideration for playing in Class A (highest competition), teams that are not compliant with the Team Participation% will be waivered for the 2023 and 2024 seasons.

New teams that are within the first five years of participating in the THSLL can remain in their existing Class and are eligible for THSLL State playoff events.

This waiver will expire at the end of the 2024 season. The THSLL Coaches can vote again to either renew the waiver, allow it to expire or a propose a new rule.

The THSLL Board reserves the right to revoke this waiver to any team that benefits from this waver and creates a competitive disadvantage to teams within their competitive Class.

Posted on October 02, 2022

All players, coaches, and families can save at DICK’S Sporting Goods. Gear up to coach, play, and watch games this season. Save 20% in-store at 47 Texas DICK’S Sporting Goods Locations Friday thru Monday, Sept 30 - Oct 3, 2022.

SAVE 20% OFF IN-STORE:

Click the link and simply show the coupon via your smartphone or print a copy and show it at checkout to receive the 20% Off discount throughout the entire store.

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS (Sept 30 - Oct 3, 2022) IN-STORE 20% OFF SHOP EVENT DISCOUNT COUPON OFFER

SAVE 20% OFF ONLINE (Select Items Only):

Save at dickssportinggoods.com by entering code TMSPORTSSEP0930LAX at check out. (Note: 20% off online offer valid only on Select Team Sports Equipment and Cleats, not the entire site)

Offers are valid on Sept 30 - Oct 3, 2022 only. (exclusions apply, see store and DICKS.com/exclusions for details)


NEED TO SHOP EARLY?

Additional special offers are barcoded for our organization and can be utilize before and after 20% Off Shop Events Weekends

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS 2022 TEAM PACKET COUPON OFFERS (Expires - December 31, 2022)

 

 

 

Posted on August 23, 2022

The THSLL Member Team State Meeting will be held virtually on September 24, 2022 at 9 a.m. via GoTo Meeting, virtually.

This is your opportunity to participate in the decision-making process regarding the THSLL and the THSLL 2023 season. We encourage you to attend, participate in the dialog and to help chart the course for the THSLL.

Each THSLL Member School Program has one vote on each voting item, and we would like for every Program to make their vote count either through their attendance or through their Proxy*

A Proxy Voting Form is attached if you are unable to attend the meeting. Please fill out the Proxy Voting Form completely and return by email before 2pm on Friday,  if you or a team representative will not be attending.  *A proxy is a power of attorney given by one person to another to vote in his stead and it is also used to designate the person who holds the power of attorney.

Posted on August 14, 2022

The member team annual meeting will be held virtually on Sepetember 24th starting at 9:00 am. 

The link will be sent to the teams prior to the meeting. 

Posted on October 29, 2022

By submitting this roster, your program, as a member of the THSLL, agrees that the information provided is true and correct and complies with THSLL rules regarding player eligibility. Incorrect, false, misleading information or nonconformance to THSLL rules may lead to penalties such a player suspension, forfeiture of games, vacating season wins, program suspension, expulsion of the program from the THSLL or other penalties to decided by the THSLL Board of Directors.

Additionally, all THSLL programs should inform both the parents and team members of the risks in participating in lacrosse including catastrophic injury, paralysis, death or other damages and losses by providing the parents and team members a Waiver and Release form (Sample Form). By entering a player on the THSLL site you certify that your program has informed the player and guardians of the risks associated with Lacrosse.

Posted on September 28, 2022

The Texas A&M Lacrosse team will host two tournaments:

Aggieland 7’s Lacrosse Tournament

Dates: November 12th-13th

Location: Penberthy Rec Sports Complex, College Station TX

Registration Cost:

  • 3rd/4th grade division- $350
  • 5th/6th, 7th/8th, High School JV, High school Varsity, Men’s Teams- $450

For more information or if you have any questions email tamulaxtourney@gmail.com

 

Aggieland Classic Lacrosse Tournament

Dates: February 4th-5th

Location: Penberthy Rec Sports Complex, College Station TX

Registration Cost:

  • 3rd/4th grade division- $850
  • 5th/6th, 7th/8th, High School JV, High school Varsity- $1050

For more information or if you have any questions email tamulaxtourney@gmail.com

 

 

 

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Posted on September 06, 2022

 

Texas Lacrosse Longhorn Shootout- Registration and payment for the 2022 Longhorn Shootout is now open. It's going to be a great year for the Longhorn Shootout! We are hoping to sell out all 80 spots for teams, so make sure you register early. 

Direct Registration Link: https://www.utlacrosse.com/registration-for-fall-tournament

Direct Payment Link: https://secure.rs.utexas.edu/store/category.php?id=121

Pricing and Discounts:

Varsity/JV - $1,100(with early discount $1,000), 5th/6th/7th/8th Divisions - $1,000(with early discount $900), 3rd/4th - $900(with early discount $800)

Discount Codes:  Early Registration: txsouth22  Discounts will be available until September 1st and all payments will be due November 1st.

Longhorn Shootout Contacts:

Jacob Rollins - Tournament Director (713-515-0024)

Jay Swallow- Assistant Tournament Director (703-424-6596)

Parker Ayles - Club President (203-927-3546)

Kyle Hartzell - Head Coach (410-913-9354)

Date: December 3rd/4th 2022

LocationWright Whitaker Sports Complex, 4901 Guadalupe St.  Austin, TX 78751 

Team Divisions:  3rd-4th Grade(7v7) / 5th-6th Grade / 7th-8th Grade / JV / Varsity

Trainer:  A Certified Athletic Trainer will be available during the entire event.  

Concessions and Apparel:  Concessions and Apparel will be available during the entire tournament.

Weather:  We will have the turf fields available for us to use so hopefully weather will not be an issue.  In the slight chance of the entire event having to be canceled due to weather or another act of God, a partial refund will be available to the teams. 

Posted on August 10, 2022

Plano East Lacrosse Association Varsity Defensive Coordinator Available Sept 2022 - May 2023

Plano East Lacrosse serves the Plano, Murphy and Wylie area and is seeking an experienced High School Defensive Coordinator.

We are looking for a coach with a positive mindset, and a strong Lacrosse background. The Coach must be committed to help develop our High School and Youth boys in fall (3 days a week) and Spring (5-6 days a week). 

Responsibilities:

Assist the Program Director in all aspects of the Defensive side of the game.

Attend all practices and games.

Team management during practices.

Perform other duties as assigned.

Be present at East Lacrosse activities when available.

Requirements:

College playing experience required

Coaching experience preferred

High level of Knowledge of rules and regulations Strong communication and leadership skills Passion to mentor young student-athletes Must be able to pass a background check

Salary:

Competitive based on experience. 

For additional information email board@eastlax.org

Posted on August 09, 2022

The Woodlands Men’s High School Lacrosse Club Board of Directors is seeking committed coaches for Varsity and JV programs.
 
Coaches are expected to be active with the program in the fall and spring. There are also summer coaching opportunities available. 
 
We will select individuals whose coaching philosophy and style are aligned with our focus on personal growth and development for our student-athletes and support the progression of the lacrosse program and committed to growing the game. Ideal candidates, possess lacrosse coaching experience, preferably having previously coached adolescents and has basic knowledge of adolescent development and learning styles. Candidates have played at the college level and able to lead, mentor and motivate current and new student athletes on and off the field. Program management and administration knowledge is also essential. Candidates will prioritize effective written and verbal skills as individual will be representing the organization with the public in various settings.

  • Conduct all aspects of the program within the rules, regulations, and procedures of THSLL
  • Encourage and create an atmosphere of sportsmanship, professionalism and respect among the coaching staff and student-athletes to ensure an efficient and effective program 
  • Maintain a positive constructive working relationship with the Board of Directors
  • Unwavering commitment to academic integrity, inclusion, diversity, student- athlete safety and welfare

Certifications, licenses and qualifications required for this position:

Background check

USA Lacrosse Coaching Certification

Successful completion of CPR and AED certifications

Education: Bachelor’s required 

Salary - competitive based on Experience 


To apply please email cover letter, resume, to: Board@woodlandslax.com   RE: coaching vacancy

Posted on July 17, 2022

TMI Episcopal is looking for candidates to fill the role of Middle School Assistant Lacrosse Coach. 

 

About TMI Lacrosse: TMI’s lacrosse program is a school sponsored sport which competes in the South Texas Youth Lacrosse Association (STXYLA)

 

Responsibilities:

  • Attend daily practices from 2:45 - 4:15 on weekdays starting in February and running till May
  • Attend 7-10 local games
  • Work with the Middle School Head Coach on developing team strategies and organizational culture

 

Qualifications

  • High schol  playing experience or previous coaching experience preferred but not required
  • Valid Drivers Licence and ability to pass a background check

 

Compensation: Seasonal Stipend

 

Interested applications should contact TMI Head Coach, Blake Skinner, at b.skinner@tmi-sa.org or 214-801-2855

Posted on July 17, 2022

TMI Episcopal is looking for candidates to fill the role of JV Head Coach and Varsity Assistant Lacrosse Coach. 

 

About TMI Lacrosse: TMI’s lacrosse program is a school sponsored sport which competes in the THSLL and as well as the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS). 

 

Responsibilities:

  • Attend daily practices from 4:30 - 6:30 on weekdays starting in January and running till mid May
  • Attend high school games (15 - 20) game dates with some regional travel
  • Work with the Varsity Head Coach and other assistants on developing team strategies and organizational culture

 

Qualifications

  • Collegiate playing experience or previous coaching experience preferred but not required
  • Valid Drivers Licence and ability to pass a background check

 

Compensation: Seasonal Stipend

 

Interested applications should contact TMI Head Coach, Blake Skinner, at b.skinner@tmi-sa.org or 214-801-2855

 

 

Posted on July 16, 2022

Keller Lacrosse Association - JV Head Coach and HS Assistant coaches openings

Keller Lacrosse Association encourages you to consider coaching with us for the upcoming fall and spring seasons.  Keller Lacrosse Association is seeking energetic coaches with a strong knowledge of lacrosse, skill development, and coaching techniques as well as a demonstrated ability to lead and inspire young athletes. In particular, we are looking for a candidate that is positive minded and encouraging that can serve as a role model.

Keller Lacrosse Association was established in 2008 and is one of the fastest growing lacrosse associations in the Dallas/Ft Worth area with over 200 players across various age groups.  Our mission is to help promote and grow the sport of lacrosse for the students in the Keller Independent School District (KISD) and neighboring areas who want to learn and participate in this sport.

Our goal is to develop leadership ability and foster team spirit among the athletes of the Association.  We promote the development of the game of lacrosse in the community by providing an organized, respectful, safe, team-oriented program where players can learn the fundamentals of lacrosse, develop the skills to be competitive in lacrosse, build the characteristics of good sportsmanship and strong character.

Positions available: HS Assistant (1-2) and JV Head coach (TBD)

Essential Functions:

  • Represent the Keller lacrosse community in a positive, professional manner at all practices and events.
  • Lead a team of young men and continue to help them grow a love of the sport.
  • Act as a role model and foster an environment of respect, tolerance, integrity, and sportsmanship
  • Be prepared and punctual for all coaching responsibilities
  • Manage game day logistics: lineups, substitutions, strategy 
  • Develop and implement daily practice plans to effectively motivate and train athletes (Head coach role)
  • Work with Varsity Head Coach, Mike Smith, HS Director and Coaching Coordinator to ensure methodology is consistent across teams.

Dates September 2022 - April 2023:

  • Fall program: mid-September to November 2022 (1-2 events per week on weekend).  Practice and 1-3 tournaments and/or scrimmages.
  • Spring program: beginning in early January 2023 and ends late April 2023 (approximately 4-5 events per week)

Qualifications & Skills:

  • Strong interpersonal skills to develop and maintain professional, positive, and respectful relationships with student-athletes, other coaches, officials, parents, and members of the club's board
  • Willing and able to coach within an overall HS system to ensure players are ready for the next level within the program.
  • Remain aware of all legal liabilities related to all athletic activities and ensure a safe environment for all athletes
  • Complete knowledge and understanding of the rules of the game (NCAA and THSLL)
  • Previous lacrosse playing experience (NCAA, MCLA, JUCO, High School)

Salary: To be discussed, based on experience level. Candidates must pass a state mandated background check and be a US Lacrosse member (provided by Association). Contact for Information: Shane Otto, Vice-President, Keller Lacrosse at shaneotto@gmail.com, Phone 817-739-4040.  Please send resume if interested.

Posted on June 11, 2022

Canyon High School, located in New Braunfels, is looking for an Offensive Coordinator/Assistant Coach to help with both the boys' and girls' programs.  This coaching position is tied to a full-time teaching position.  Specific duties on top of teaching would include daily practices, weekly/bi-weekly games, and seasonal tournaments. The candidate would have direct responsibility and supervision for the varsity practices, and games.  This will be a paid position with benefits.

Qualifications and Skills:

    • Certified Teacher
    • Previous experience coaching is preferred.
    • Previous lacrosse playing experience required. (NCAA, MCLA, JUCO, High School)
    • Strong communication and leadership qualities are a must. 
    • Develop and maintain a culture for the program that supports Canyon HS Athletics Core Values
    • Attend all games and practices
    • Ensure all players learn all aspects of the game and have proper opportunities to develop these skills in practice and games
    • Prepare players to play at the next level
    • Manage game-day operations
    • Maintain a positive/reinforcing attitude toward the team
    • Abide by all program policies 

If you are interested in obtaining more information, please contact Head Coach, Devan Gallagher at devan.gallagher@comalisd.org.

Posted on June 05, 2022

Fort Worth Country Day Lacrosse

Fort Worth Country Day’s Athletic Department is seeking several seasonal coaches for the 2022-2023 school year. Reporting directly to the Program Directors and also to the Director of Athletics, the seasonal coaches must model integrity, have a strong work ethic, and be fully committed to the growth and development of our student-athletes

Boys Lacrosse Assistant Coach - High School

  • May include serving as the Head JV Lacrosse coach, depending on numbers.
  • The school participates in both Texas High School Lacrosse League (THSLL) Class C and the Southwest Preparatory Conference (SPC).
  • Playing experience beyond high school and experience coaching at the high school level is preferred.
  • The season begins in early February and goes through late April/early May.
  • Practices are scheduled from 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm during the week with JV and Varsity. Number of games may vary each week. School provides transportation to all away games via team bus or charter bus.
  • Coaches are expected to be at practice 30 minutes before practices and a half hour before games.
  • There will be some weekends that are required to play games.
  • Will be traveling outside of the DFW metroplex to play games and will also have some overnight trips to play other teams in Texas.
  • Duties include: running drills effectively, keeping players focused at practice, run the substitution box effectively at games, breaking down game film and assist in scouting and game-planning.

Boys Lacrosse Assistant Coach - Middle School 7th/8th Grade

  • Program looking to add another coach to assist with the middle school team(s)
  • The school participates in the Dallas Fort Worth Youth Lacrosse. 
  • Playing experience beyond high school and experience coaching  level is preferred.
  • The season begins in early February and goes through late April.
  • Practices are scheduled from 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm during the week with one to two games a week.
  • School provides transportation for all away games via team bus.
  • Coaches are expected to be at practice 30 minutes before practices and a half hour before games
  • Saturdays will be used to play games.
  • No lacrosse on Sundays unless it is mandatory by the league. 
  • Duties include: running drills effectively, developing players so that they will be prepared for high school level, run the substitution box effectively at games, and possibly coach one of the teams, if numbers are provided to split into two teams.

If interested and have questions please feel free to email Program Director Patrick Diamonon at patrick.diamonon@fwcd.com and/or Athletic Director Leigh Block at leigh.block@fwcd.com

The link to apply is:

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=32241&clientkey=FB72F8E990799D54B6AF42DA879927D9

Thank you for your time and consideration,  Patrick Diamonon

Posted on June 05, 2022

Flower Mound Lacrosse Association Varsity Offensive Coordinator

Available Sept 2022 - May 2023 (multi-year contract option available)

Flower Mound Lacrosse is seeking a committed and experienced High School Offensive Coordinator.

We are looking for a coach who brings knowledge, passion, positive mindset, and a strong Lacrosse background. The Coach must be committed to help develop our High School boys in fall (3 days a week) and Spring (5-6 days a week).  Practices start around 5:45pm.  

Responsibilities:

Assist the Program Director in all aspects of the Offensive side of the game.

Attend all practices and games.

Scouting of opponents. 

Team management during practices.

Instill our team motto of care, commit, compete. 

Perform other duties as assigned.

Be present at FMLA activities when available. 


Requirements:

Coaching or playing experience at the NCAA or MCLA level

Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations.

Strong communication and leadership skills.

Passion to mentor young student-athletes.

Must be able to pass a background check.

 

Salary:

Competitive based on experience.  Additional income available with lessons and summer skills camp. 

Contact Program Director Chris Dupree, if you are interested coachdupree13@gmail.com

Posted on May 16, 2022

Class D Hyde Park (Austin) is seeking a Varsity Head Coach and Program Director to oversee both the Varsity and JV teams as well as the MS program. For the full job description, please contact wprominski@hp-schools.org.

About the Program

In its second full season, the Varsity team went 9-3 (4-0) and expanded to include a JV roster. With two MS teams, the program reached 60+ athletes and is continuing to grow. The team looks to build on its success and will be returning all but one graduating senior.

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Coach the Varsity team (Full squad practices run M-FR 4:30-6:15 from Jan-May, in-season games on weekends, with additional off-season commitments).
  • Work with the Director of Athletics to lead the program under a Christian-based system of values, prioritizing character and team development.
  • Schedule practices, games, and communicate with the Parent Board to coordinate game-day volunteers and events.
  • Facilitate growth in MS/HS programs by hiring and guiding qualified coaches to ensure high retention and skill development of players throughout the program.
  • Coordinate with the Parent Board to responsibly budget the program’s costs.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Prior experience as HS Varsity coach/Program Director.
  • Experience as a college lacrosse player
  • High level of knowledge about the game, skill development, and how to foster a team-centric environment.
  • Plus: Experience in Teaching at the High School level; for a potential full-time teaching position at Hyde Park High School

Compensation

Stipend included.

Contact

Copy: Wyatt Prominski, Current Program Director, wprominski@hp-schools.org,

           Heather Fox, Team President, heather_d_fox@hotmail.com

           Bruce Consier, Athletic Director, bconsier@hp-schools.org

Posted on May 12, 2022

George Ranch High School Lacrosse Club Assistant Coach Position

The George Ranch High School Lacrosse Club (www.grhslacrosse.org), is looking for an energetic coach with a strong lacrosse background who wants to teach and mentor young athletes.

George Ranch is a diverse public high school in Fort Bend County with an enrollment of 2,700 students.  In 2019 the club’s varsity team finished with a 15-3 record, had 7 All-District and 2 Honorable Mention player selections, and sent 5 seniors on to play lacrosse at the collegiate level.  The club has a very engaged parent board and support of the school and school district.  

The assistant coach is responsible for supporting the program in all aspects of the development of the team including: practice planning, implementation of game strategies, recruiting players, team management during practices, scrimmages and games.

Minimum Skills and Qualifications:

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills needed to develop and maintain positive respectful relationships with student-athletes
  • College lacrosse experience as player (NCAA Division I/II/III) is preferred
  • Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations
  • Strong leadership presence and presentation skills to motivate high school student-athletes
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Be a positive, but firm role model to all players, instilling self-discipline on and off the field
  • Enforce player code of conduct
  • Ability to collaborate effectively with team members, other coaches, club parent board, school and district staff
  • Available for all practices and game

Applicant coach is expected to be active with the program during the fall and spring season.  Coaching stipend commensurate with experience.  Must past a background check as a pre-condition of employment.  Interested candidates may submit information to grhslax@gmail.com.

Posted on May 05, 2022

The THSLL & Game On Sports are proud to announce a multi-season partnership with Game On as the official streaming service provider for all State Semi-final & Championship weekend games. Game On has been an active provider and proud supporter of the Texas lacrosse community for over 14 years and is the exclusive film & Live Broadcast provider for many Texas High Schools & MCLA College Men's & Women's teams at all levels. This partnership allows Game On and THSLL marketing opportunities to the league and its member teams. Game On & The THSLL look forward to the partnership and growing lacrosse coverage across the Great State of Texas. 

Be sure and log on to the Game On Sports Website and THSLL.org to watch LIVE all the action from Dripping Springs for the 2022 THSLL CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND.

 

Posted on May 05, 2022

Concordia Lutheran High School Lacrosse Head Coach Opening


Concordia Lutheran High School Lacrosse is currently seeking a Head Coach for its Boys program.


Description of the Position:

  • Manage and coordinate the operations of the lacrosse high school program
  • Serve as head coach and mentor to the high school athletes on the team.

Qualifications and Skills:
Previous experience coaching - preferred.
Previous lacrosse playing experience required. (NCAA, MCLA, JUCO, High School)
Strong communication and leadership qualities are a must.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Develop and maintain a culture for the program that supports Concordia Lutheran HS Athletics Core Values.
    Identify and retain coaching talent.
  • Attend all games and practices.
  • Develop and implement an organized, consistent practice plan.
  • Ensure all players learn all aspects of the game and have proper opportunities to develop these skills in practice and games.
  • Manage game-day operations.
  • Communicate important information regarding team news, practice, game changes, etc. to coaches and parents in a timely and professional manner.
  • Coordinate with the Concordia Lutheran administrators to schedule games and tournaments.
  • Maintain a positive/reinforcing attitude toward the team.
  • Abide by all school policies.


Please contact Mr. Matt Neidigk, Concordia Lutheran’s Athletic Director at neidigkm@clhs-tx.org if interested.

Posted on May 05, 2022

Cumberland Academy out of Tyler, Texas is looking for an assistant varsity lacrosse coach and a junior high head coach to help run and grow our youth program.  Our program conducts youth lacrosse squads from Kindergarten to 8th grade to feed directly into a successful high school varsity program which was formed in 2017. We are accepting resumes now and looking for certified teachers to fill these roles.

 

Please fill out an application now by following the direction on our website.

Posted on April 20, 2022

 

THSLL South Classes B, C and D City Championship results:

South Class B:

Champion: Katy

Second Place: Langham Creek

Third Place: Magnolia

Fourth Place: Cy Woods

Fifth Place: Stratford

Sixth Place: Atascocita

South Class C:

Champion: Clear Springs

Runner Up: Seven Lakes

South Class D:

Champion: Westside

Runner Up: St. Pius X

 

Posted on January 21, 2022

Teams have 20 seconds to clear their defensive half

The shot clock includes a 20-second clearing count, during which players must advance the ball across the midfield line with the over-and-back provision in effect. If the team in possession of the ball is not in its offensive half of the field when the visible shot clock reaches 60 seconds, it is a violation.

When the clearing team passes midfield with possession prior to the 20 second clearing count, then the remaining time left of the full 80 second clock is left for the offensive team to place a shot on goal. On goal means a save by the goalie, a deflection off the goalie or the goalie’s stick, or the shot hits pipe. If the offensive team retains possession after a goalie save or shot hitting the pipe, the 80 second shot clock is restarted. If the offensive team does not place the shot on goal within the remaining time left of the 80 seconds, a violation is called and the defensive team gets possession. If the defensive team causes a turnover, the shot clock resets to 80 seconds also.

Visible shot clock:

At least one shot clock is operated that the players and referees can visually see from the field. If only one shot clock is used, the shot clock is placed by the table. If two are used, then each shot clock will be placed by the end lines.

Non visible shot clock:

A timer will be kept at the table and the 20 second clearing count, and the remaining time left of the full 80 second clock will be counted down and verbally communicated to the referees and players on the field. It is operated similar to the table counting down a player’s penalty time verbally.

Posted on January 10, 2022

Travel Fees

Travel Fees payable to official 2019 2020 2021 2022
Less than 35 one-way miles $0 $0 $0 $0
From 35 to 69 one-way miles (paid once entire trip) $15 $15 $15 $15
70 or more one-way miles (all round-trip mileage reimbursed) IRS Mileage Rate

Regular and Post Season Game Fees

  2019 2020 2021 2022
Varsity Game, 12 minute quarters, stop-time $85 $85 $90 $90
Junior Varsity Game, 10-minute quarters, stop-time $71 $71 $75 $75
Late Payment Fee (per official, beyond 10 calendar days) $15 $15 $20 $20

LOA provides notice of non-payment to state administrator and district coordinator. Issue will be reviewed in 14 days. 


Game Change Fees

Fees for any schedule changes, payable to the assignor. 2019 2020 2021 2022
>= 4 Days Notice (96 hours) $0 $0 $0 $0
< 96 Hours to 4 Hours notice $10 $10 $15 $15
< 4 Hours notice $25 $25 $30 $30

Non-Weather Related Game Fees for Schedule Changes

Game Fees for Schedue Changes, Payable to Officials 2019 2020 2021 2022
Prior to Game Day No Game Fees Incurred
Game Day Changes at least 4 hours prior to game start time 50% of All Game Fees
< 4 hours notice up to game start time 100% of All Game Fees
Travel Fees, regardless of timing as long as game has not started  No Game Fees Incurred

Weather Related Game Fees for Schedule Changes

Game Fees for Schedue Changes, Payable to Officials 2019 2020 2021 2022
Prior to Game Day No Game Fees Incurred
Game Day Changes at least 4 hours prior to game start time No Game Fees Incurred
< 4 hours notice up to game start time 100% of Highest Game Fee
Travel Fees, regardless of timing as long as game has not started  No Game Fees Incurred
Posted on January 07, 2022

Plan to save 20% in-store at the any of the 46 DICK’S Sporting Goods locations or online at dickssportinggoods.com on January 14-17, 2022. All THSLL players, coaches and families can utilize the savings to get the gear needed to coach, play, and watch games this season.

HOW TO SAVE IN-STORE: Click the link and simply show the coupon via your smartphone or print a copy and show it at checkout to receive the 20% Off discount throughout the entire store. (Not all Texas DICK’S Sporting Goods Locations have available lacrosse product, plan to use the online shopping option below)

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS (JANUARY 14-17, 2022) IN-STORE SHOP EVENT DISCOUNT COUPON

HOW TO SAVE ONLINE: Save at dickssportinggoods.com , enter code TMSPORTSJAN14LACR at check out to receive 20% Off select items. (Note: 20% off online offer valid only on Select Team Sports Equipment and Cleats, not the entire site)

Offers are valid on January 14-17, 2022. only. (exclusions apply, see store and DICKS.com/exclusions for details)

Additional Special Offers to utilize before and after 20% Off Appreciation Events

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS FOUR TEAM PACKET COUPON OFFERS

Posted on December 28, 2021

Wolves Youth Lacrosse Head Coach Position

West Houston Lacrosse is seeking a youth head coach with the following qualifications, roles, and responsibilities:

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Coach middle school team 6th-8th grades with a focus on fundamental skills
  • Lead 1-2 practices per week after school and/or on Saturdays at West Briar MS
  • Assist with recruiting events in middle schools (West Briar MS and Paul Revere MS)
  • Communicate with the team and parents.
  • Work with WHLA director and Westside HS head coach to align curriculum and objectives and to coordinate events. 

Preferred Qualifications

  • HS/College playing experience
  • Effective communication skills with boys 11-14
  • USA Lacrosse membership and background check / HISD VIPS

Season

Practice to begin 2/26, 3/5, 3/12, 3/19

West Houston Wolves will compete in the ISD Lacrosse series, including 3 play days with 3 games (tournament style) each play date, for a total of 9 games for the season. Play dates and locations are:

  • 3/26 (Sat) @ Pin Oak MS
  • 4/2 (Sat) @ Wolves (West Briar MS or Westside HS)
  • 4/9 (Sat) @ Frank Black MS

https://www.westhoustonlax.com/isd-lacrosse-series/ 

Compensation

Stipend included.

Contact

Mike Song (310) 491-8462 coachmikesong@gmail.com

 

Posted on December 07, 2021

Cedar Park Season Kickoff Tournament and Festival

February 5th, 2022, Brushy Creek Sports Park

Tournament: High School, All teams welcome, Youth 7v7, all levels

3 Game Guarantee

$375 per HS team

$200 per youth team

Register at bit.ly/2020CPLaxFest

Festival: Carnival-style Games, Prizes, Fun Activities, Local food trucks

 

 

 

Posted on November 11, 2021

Corpus Christi High School Lacrosse Head Coach

Corpus Christi Lacrosse is currently seeking a Head Coach for its Boys program.

 

Description of the Position:

Manage and coordinate the operations of the lacrosse high school program; serve as head coach and mentor to the high school athletes on the team.

 

Qualifications and Skills:

Previous experience coaching - preferred.

Previous lacrosse playing experience required. (NCAA, MCLA, JUCO, High School)

Strong communication and leadership qualities are a must.

 

Specific Responsibilities:

Develop and maintain a culture for the program that supports HS Athletics Core Values.

Identify and retain coaching talent.

Attend all games and practices.

Develop and implement an organized, consistent practice plan.

Ensure all players learn all aspects of the game and have proper opportunities to develop these skills in practice and games.

Manage game-day operations.

Communicate important information regarding team news, practice, game changes, etc. to coaches and parents in a timely and professional manner.

Coordinate with the Corpus Christi lacrosse administrators to schedule games and tournaments.

Maintain a positive/reinforcing attitude toward the team.

Abide by all club policies.

Please contact Dave Tupaj at dtupaj@gmail.com and at 361-816-3625.

 

Posted on November 08, 2021

McCallum High School -- Assistant Coach Openings (Austin)

McCallum HS is seeking one or more assistant coaches to be a part of the next chapter in the development of this young program.  Lots of potential for growth, leadership and additional experience building a youth program in the near future.  The time commitment is flexible from 1 to 4 days per week.

The only requirements are playing experience, a love for lacrosse and the desire to learn our new system.

A small stipend is available.  Please email a short expression of interest to coachhazy@mccallumlacrosse.com for consideration.

Posted on October 15, 2021

The Woodlands Youth Lacrosse Club is Seeking Youth Boys Coaches

The Woodlands Youth Lacrosse Club is seeking dynamic coaches for its school grades 3/4 boys (2021 Houston D1 Champions), 5/6 boys (2021 Houston D1/D2 Champions) and 7/8 boys divisions for the upcoming spring season (January to May 2022).  Come be a part of one of the strongest youth lacrosse programs in Texas, with teams that are always competitive in Houston, Austin, Dallas and beyond. Our program feeds into the Woodlands High School Lacrosse Club, always a State playoff contender and 2018 State Champions. We need your help to continue that winning tradition and to further strengthen our program.

 We are seeking candidates with a passion for the game that are effective communicators who will lead, motivate, and develop players.

 Qualifications:

 Preferred college playing experience; coaches with high-school experience may be considered

  • Coaching experience preferred
  • Positive attitude and enthusiasm for the sport and instructing young players
  • Ability to effectively motivate and develop both the novice and experienced player

Time commitment for our Spring 2022 Season is three (3) evening practices per week and Saturday games.  Games are typically in the Houston metro area; however, we typically schedule trips to Austin and Dallas to expand competitive playing opportunities.  Season runs from January to May.

Pay is considered very competitive for Texas youth coaches

For more information, please contact Joe Watson, Youth Program Director, at laxcoachwatson@gmail.com or Dan Naughton (President, Woodlands Youth Lacrosse) at daniel.naughton3@gmail.com

Posted on October 07, 2021

Fort Worth Country Day’s Athletic Department is seeking several seasonal coaches for the 2021 - 2022 school year. Reporting directly to the Program Directors and also to the Director of Athletics, the seasonal coaches must model integrity, have a strong work ethic, and be fully committed to the growth and development of our student-athletes

 

Varsity Boys Lacrosse Assistant Coach

  • May include serving as the Head JV Lacrosse coach
  • The School participates in both Texas High School Lacrosse League (THSLL) and the Southwest Preparatory Conference (SPC)
  • Playing experience beyond high school and experience coaching at this age level is preferred
  • The season begins in early February and goes through late April
  • Practices are scheduled from 4:30pm-6:00pm during the week with one to two games a week
  • Coaches are expected to be at practice 30 minutes before practices and a half hour before games
  • Saturdays will either be used to play games or conduct practices
  • Duties include: running drills effectively, keeping players focused at practice, run the substitution box effectively at games, break down game tape and assist in scouting and game-planning

The link to apply is:

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=27439&clientkey=FB72F8E990799D54B6AF42DA879927D9

 

 

Posted on October 05, 2021

 

There is still time for coaches, players, and families to utilize  team packet coupon offers. 

 

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS FOUR TEAM PACKET COUPON OFFERS

Posted on October 05, 2021

Texas A&M Men's Lacrosse presents 

Annual Aggieland Classic 2022 Lacrosse Tournament

Feb. 12th-13th

Rec Sports Complex 

Registration Cost: 3rd/4th $850. All other Divisions $1050

For more information or to Register, email tamulaxtourney@gmail.com

 

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Posted on October 04, 2021

Aggieland 7's Lacrosse Tournament

November 13 & 14th 

Rec Sports Complex

Team registration 3rd/4th grade $350, All Other Divisions $450

For more information or to register email tamulaxtourney@gmail.com

 

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Posted on September 21, 2021

HOW TO SAVE IN-STORE: Click the link and simply show the coupon via your smartphone or print a copy and show it at checkout to receive the 20% Off discount throughout the entire store. (Not all Texas DICK’S Sporting Goods Locations have available lacrosse product, plan to use the online shopping option below)

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS (October 1-4, 2021) IN-STORE SHOP EVENT DISCOUNT COUPON

HOW TO SAVE ONLINE: Save at dickssportinggoods.com , enter code TMSPORTSOCT01LACR at check out to receive 20% Off select items. (Note: 20% off online offer valid only on Select Team Sports Equipment and Cleats, not the entire site)

Offers are valid on October 1-4, 2021. only. (exclusions apply, see store and DICKS.com/exclusions for details)

Additional Special Offers to utilize before and after 20% Off Appreciation Events

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS FOUR TEAM PACKET COUPON OFFERS

 

Posted on September 20, 2021

 

 

District Meetings

September 8-17, 2021

State Meeting- Remote meeting

September 18, 2021

District deadline to submit District playoff format with dates

September 30, 2021

LOA invoices issued to Member Teams

November 1, 2021

THSLL invoices issued to Member Teams

November 1, 2021

Super Regionals and State Hosts Selected

December 2021

THSLL and LOA dues to THSLL Treasurer

December 1,2021

Game schedules submitted

December 22,2021

Last day to submit eligibility waivers if required for players or team

January 11, 2022

Team Information due: Valid/Up to Date Rosters, Emergency Plan, Proof of Insurance

January 11, 2022

Beginning of THSLL season. Games may not be played before this date.

January 14, 2022

End of THSLL season. Games must be completed by end of day.

April 23, 2022

Districts to submit District Seedings with dates

April 24, 2022

Coaches’ selection committee meeting for Class AA playoffs

April 24, 2022

All-State/All District Selection, District Wrap-up, Team Photo and Rosters due

Wednesday, April 27,2022

All-State, All-District, Honorable Mention posted Wednesday 10 p.m.

Wednesday, April 27, 2022

AA/AAA nominations, supporting document deadline submission to District Area Chair

Contact Area Chair for deadline

Super Regionals in Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio

April 30 & May 1,2022

State Championships

May 7 & 8 ,2022 in Austin

THSLL Executive Board Meeting

July 2022

2023 Season Rule Change Proposal Discussion Due

August 1, 2022

 

 

Posted on August 30, 2021

I just wanted to let all know that we are working on the league’s expansion with teams outside the current THSLL districts – Dallas, Houston, Austin and San Antonio.We need your help. 

Our goal is to provide boys the opportunity to play this great sport in areas outside the current THSLL districts – Dallas, Austin, San Antonio and Houston.

We are working with current teams in West Texas, East Texas and South Texas to help them join the THSLL: El Paso, Midland, Amarillo, San Angelo, Lubbock, Abilene, Marshall and Corpus Christi are all working to join, and all are in various stages of development.
We NEED the support of our lacrosse community to help fund our expansion and to grow the sport. Without expansion into areas the THSLL currently does not have teams, the UIL will not give Lacrosse a look at becoming a school sport in Texas.

We understand that this past year has been financially difficult for many families and businesses within our community, but we remain hopeful that we can work together to support each other and rise above these difficult times.

To give you an idea of what your donations could fund:

  • $35 pays for one player to be insured by USA Lacrosse
  • $50 pays for one coach to be insured by USA Lacrosse, which includes USA Lacrosse Level 1 Coaches' Certification Training
  • $100 buys a case of 100 balls for a program
  • $250 outfits a player with all of his safety gear and a stick
  • $500 Pays league dues for a JV team or a new team joining the league
  • $700 Pays league dues for a varsity team
  • $1,000 outfits a program with a set of 2 goals


In order to reach our goals, we are asking for your support.                                                                                                                            We would greatly appreciate any donation you can provide. Your donation is tax free.

We have set up a fundraiser account on Go fund me: Fundraiser by THSLL BoD : THSLL Expansion! (gofundme.com)

This link will take you directly to our fundraising page dedicated to the league’s expansion.

Much Thanks,

Mike

Mike Ormsby

Texas High School Lacrosse League – Commissioner

E-Mail: mormsby@thsll.org

Cell: 281-924-0300

 

Posted on August 18, 2021
Posted on August 18, 2021

Corpus Christi Lacrosse is looking for a qualified lacrosse coach for their new team entering the THSLL. This is a great opportunity to lead a program from the ground up. The team seeks a qualified candidate that has a lacrosse background. College playing experience preferred but not mandatory. 
Skills and Qualifications:

  • Strong communication skills
  • lacrosse playing experience (NCAA, MCLA, Juco, High School)
  • High Lacrosse IQ to be able to teach the players
  • Ability to coach players that have already played and also new players to the sport.
  • Previous coaching experience preferred
  • Available for all practices and games.
  • Candidates must turn in three references from employers or other lacrosse involved parties.

Please contact Dave Tupaj at: dtupaj@gmail.com

 

Posted on August 11, 2021

Pieper High School Head Lacrosse Coach and Program Director

Pieper Warrior Lacrosse is currently seeking a Head Coach and Program Director for the Boy’s & Girl’s program.

Description of the Position Manage and coordinate the operations of the lacrosse high school and youth lacrosse programs; serve as head coach and mentor to the high school athletes on the team.

Qualifications and Skills:

  • Previous experience as a head coaching- program director preferred.
  • Previous lacrosse playing experience required. (NCAA, MCLA, JUCO, High School) 
  • Strong communication and leadership qualities are a must. Specific Responsibilities
  • Develop and maintain a culture for the program that supports Pieper HS Athletics Core Values
  • Identify and retain coaching talent.
  • Attend all games and practices
  • Develop and implement an organized, consistent warm-up routine
  • Develop a specific conditioning program and drills and individual expectations outside of practice
  • Ensure all players learn all aspects of the game and have proper opportunities to develop these skills in practice and games
  • Prepare players to play at the next level
  • Manage game-day operations
  • Manage other high school coaches and outside resources (HUDL, team training opportunities, team “parent”, etc.)
  • Communicate important information regarding team news, practice, game changes, etc. to coaches and parents in a timely and professional manner
  •  Coordinate with the league to schedule games and tournaments
  • Organize and manage winter and summer clinics 
  • Maintain a positive/reinforcing attitude toward the team
  • Abide by all club policies Please send a cover letter, current resume, and references to Courtney Patton, Asst Athletic Coordinator, at courtney.patton@comalisd.org
Posted on August 10, 2021

Flower Mound Lacrosse Association Coaching Positions

Available for Sept 2021 - May 2022 : Varsity and JV Assistant Coaches, Face off Coach, Goalie Coach, Youth Coaches.

Flower Mound Lacrosse is seeking a committed and experienced High School Assistant along with part-time positional coaches (Goalie and Faceoff Coach).

 We are looking for coaches who bring knowledge, passion, positive mindset, and a strong Lacrosse background. 

 Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Program Director in all aspects of the game.
  • Attend all practices and games.
  • Scouting of opponents.
  • Team management during practices.
  • Instill our team motto of care, commit, compete.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
  • Be present at FMLA activities when available.

 

Requirements:

  • Coaching or playing experience at the NCAA or MCLA level
  • Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations.
  • Strong communication and leadership skills.
  • Passion to mentor young student-athletes.
  • Must be able to pass a background check.

 Salary:

  • Competitive based on experience.Please contact Chris Dupree Coachdupree13@gmail.com

 

Posted on August 10, 2021

Plano Lacrosse High School Assistant Coaches and Youth Head Coaches openings 

The Plano Lacrosse Association (PLA) is seeking High School Assistant Coaches & Youth Head Coaches for the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 seasons.We are looking for energetic coaches with a strong lacrosse background and acumen who want to teach and mentor young athletes and contribute to the growth of the PLA lacrosse program.

Positions available: • Varsity Assistant Coach • Youth Coaches 3rd-8th grade.

  • Fall program: beginning in mid-August 2021 and ends late November 2021
  • Spring program: beginning in mid-January 2022 and ends late April 2022

Qualifications & Skills:

• Previous lacrosse coaching experience preferred

• Strong leadership abilities

• Complete knowledge and understanding of the rules of the game

• Lacrosse playing experience (NCAA, MCLA, JUCO, High School)

Essential Functions:

• Communication with families and players throughout the season

• Game day planning and management.

• Assist the head coach in all aspects of the program during practice and game day

• Work with Program Director and Varsity Head Coach Tim Labelle to ensure our methodology is consistent

All candidates must be committed to the education and advancement of young men in the program not only as athletes, but as students and young men.

Salary: To be discussed, but competitive based on experience level.

Note: A pre-employment background check will be required as a condition of employment.

Contact for Information: Scott Derouen, PLA President: president@planolacrosse.com

 

Posted on August 05, 2021

Keller Lacrosse Association - JV Head Coach and HS Assistant coaches  

Keller Lacrosse Association encourages you to consider coaching with us for the upcoming fall and spring seasons.  Keller Lacrosse Association is seeking energetic coaches with a strong knowledge of lacrosse, skill development, and coaching techniques as well as a demonstrated ability to lead and inspire young athletes. In particular, we are looking for a candidate that is positive minded and encouraging that can serve as a role model.

Keller Lacrosse Association was established in 2008 and is one of the fastest growing lacrosse associations in the Dallas/Ft Worth area with over 200 players across various age groups.  Our mission is to help promote and grow the sport of lacrosse for the students in the Keller Independent School District (KISD) and neighboring areas who want to learn and participate in this sport.

Our goal is to develop leadership ability and foster team spirit among the athletes of the Association.  We promote the development of the game of lacrosse in the community by providing an organized, respectful, safe, team-oriented program where players can learn the fundamentals of lacrosse, develop the skills to be competitive in lacrosse, build the characteristics of good sportsmanship and strong character.

Positions available: JV Head Coach (x1) • HS Assistant Coach (X2) (V or JV TBD).

Essential Functions:

●        Represent the Keller lacrosse community in a positive, professional manner at all practices and events.

●        Lead a team of young men and continue to help them grow a love of the sport.

●        Act as a role model and foster an environment of respect, tolerance, integrity, and sportsmanship

●        Be prepared and punctual for all coaching responsibilities

●        Manage game day logistics: lineups, substitutions, strategy 

●        Develop and implement daily practice plans to effectively motivate and train athletes (Head coach role)

●        Work with Varsity Head Coach, Mike Smith, HS Director and Coaching Coordinator to ensure methodology is consistent across teams.

 

Dates September 2021 - April 2022:

●        Fall program: mid-September to November 2021 (1-2 events per week on weekend).  Practice and 1-3 tournaments and/or scrimmages.

●        Spring program: beginning in early January 2021 and ends late April 2021 (approximately 4-5 events per week)

Qualifications & Skills:

●        Strong interpersonal skills to develop and maintain professional, positive, and respectful relationships with student-athletes, other coaches, officials, parents, and members of the club's board

●        Willing and able to coach within an overall HS system to ensure players are ready for the next level within the program.

●        Remain aware of all legal liabilities related to all athletic activities and ensure a safe environment for all athletes

●        Complete knowledge and understanding of the rules of the game (NCAA and THSLL)

●        Previous lacrosse playing experience (NCAA, MCLA, JUCO, High School)

Stipend: To be discussed, based on experience level. Candidates must pass a state mandated background check and be a US Lacrosse member (provided by Association). Contact for Information: Chris Price, President, Keller Lacrosse Christopher_p1331@yahoo.com, Phone 817-707-7351

Posted on July 19, 2021

The Southlake Carroll Lacrosse Association (SCLA) is seeking High School Assistant Coaches & Youth Head Coaches for the 2021-2022 school year. We are looking for energetic coaches with a strong lacrosse background and acumen who want to teach and mentor young athletes and contribute to the growth of the SCLA lacrosse program.

Positions available:

  • Varsity Assistant Coach
  • JV Assistant Coach
  • Youth Coaches 5th-8th grade.

Qualifications & Skills:

  • Previous lacrosse coaching experience preferred
  • Strong leadership abilities
  • Complete knowledge and understanding of the rules of the game
  • Lacrosse playing experience (NCAA, MCLA, JUCO, High School)

Essential Functions:

  • SCLA is looking to hire assistant coaches for HS & Youth head coaches for the fall of 2021
  • Communication with families and players throughout the season
  • Game day planning and management.
  • Assist the head coach in all aspects of the program during practice and game day
  • Working with program director: Bruce Frady to ensure our methodology is consistent

Salary: To be discussed, but competitive based on experience level. Candidates must pass a state mandated background check.

Contact for Information: Bruce Frady, SCLA Program Director: coachfrady@southlakelacrosse.org

 

Posted on July 07, 2021

Lake Travis High School

Lake Travis High School, Austin, Texas is a Division 1 THSLL highly competitive club lacrosse program and ranked top 7 in state.

Summary of Position:

Lake Travis High School, Austin, Texas seeks a Head Coach for Boys Lacrosse who is involved in the community and dedicated to continuing the program in excellence.

Job Details:

Primary role includes but are not limited to:

· Set the standard of excellence for the lacrosse program.

· Organize practices for the Boys Lacrosse program (Varsity & JV).

· Schedule practices and games for the Boys Lacrosse program.

· Develop season long as well as individual game plans.

· Communicating with student-athletes and provide guidance.

· Ensure consistency and relative uniformity in the implementation of and execution of Lacrosse plan.

· Learn and adhere to rules specific to THSLL.

· Advocate on behalf of deserving players eligible for post-season awards/accolades and collegiate scholarships

· Attend district and state coaches’ meetings as required.

· Evaluating performance and providing suitable feedback, balancing criticism with positivity and motivation

· Assess strengths and weaknesses in a participant's performance and identifying areas for further development.

· Make recommendations for assistant coach hiring and retention.

· Provide Top-Down guidance to youth program.

· Collaborate on budgets.

· Involved in Uniform, Equipment, Vendor decisions

· Encouraging participants to gain and develop skills, knowledge, and techniques.

Ensuring that participants always train and perform to a high standard of health and safety.

· Inspiring confidence, and development of character

· Acting as a role model, gaining the respect and trust of the people you work with

· Always working to a high legal and ethical standard, particularly in relation to issues such as child safeguarding and health and safety requirements.

Experience:

· Prior years lacrosse coaching and playing experience is required.

· Organization and time management skills.

· Effective communication and interpersonal skills.

· Positive attitude towards student-players, board, parents.

 

Posted on May 05, 2021

THSLL South Class b, C and D All Star Games

Posted on April 10, 2021

The THSLL is accepting bids to stream the games during championship weekend May 8th and 9th.

  • Games will be held in Kingwood Texas. 
  • Due to the additional classes, there will be simultaneous games playing on separate fields at the venue.
  • Play by play and additional cameras are not a requirement for 2021. 
  • Please respond by April 17th. 

Interested parties should contact streaming@thsll.org for details and more information. 

Posted on March 30, 2021

The THSLL conveys their sentiments regarding the loss of Regent's coach Ralph Moccio to Covid 19.                                                     

Regent's loss is our league's loss also.                                                                                                                                                               

truly terrible loss to Ralph’s family, the Regent's program and the boy’s he coached.

We at the THSLL are all family, and no matter how little interaction we had with Coach Ralph.

It still affects all of us.

Our prayers are with all of you, especially Ralph’s family.

Regents Knights Lacrosse on Instagram: “We are so saddened by the loss of beloved Coach Ralph Moccio. Since 2015 he was the big heart of our lacrosse program. He was a true friend…”

Posted on January 25, 2021

Thank you to all the teams the responded to the THSLL survey regarding COVID-19. Many of our programs have established comprehensive and detailed COVID 19 plans, however, it remains unclear to some THSLL member programs what preparations have been made regarding COVID-19.  As indicated in our email dated December 23, all teams are required to submit a COVID-19 plan to THSLL. As a minimum, the league is requiring the following:

  1. Masks will be worn at all times by table personnel, trainer(s), coaches, fans, and the site administrator.
  2. Each program must have a screening process for players and coaches in place (ie. temperature checks, symptom questionnaires etc...)
  3. Fans will be required to social distance in the stands or on the side of the field that is designated for fan seating.  Site administrators will be responsible for monitoring this.
  4. Players will follow the more restrictive policy of two competing teams with respect to mask-wearing while playing on the field.  These policies should be exchanged between teams prior to competing. There is a strong possibility that some of our member programs, as required by school policy, will require wearing masks on the sidelines and the field for both teams, including away games. If this requirement is in place, our member programs will be required to comply accordingly
  5. Attendance limitations of the host school facility will be adhered to by both teams competing in any game.
  6. At no time- before, during or after a game, should fans be allowed on the field.  Fans should exit the playing facility immediately after the game ends and wait in their cars for their players.
  7. If a player, coach, or table personnel tests positive within 48 hours of the competition between teams, the program of the positive person is required to notify the opposing program and officials.  HIPPA regulations should be followed.  Additionally, the program with the positive player should notify other programs scheduled to play them within the next seven days.
  8. It is the responsibility of both teams to communicate their COVID-19 protection protocols (wearing masks, temperature checks, etc.) before games. We recommend this information be shared on a game-by-game basis as there is a strong possibility that these policies with change throughout the season. This communication should also include any policies that limit or prohibit fan attendance at your game site. Team COVID-19 policies are posted on team pages.
  9. Teams should review their schedules to ensure that district games are not concentrated towards the end of the regular season. To permit time to reschedule games in the event of cancellations, teams should leave adequate time on their schedule for this possibility.
  10. In the event of game cancellations or rescheduling, the completion of district games takes precedence over non-district games.
  11. The officials will comply with the requirements of the home institution.  However, all officials will bring and wear either a black neck gaiter or a facemask to the game and keep it on during the pre-game activities.  They will wear masks between periods or if speaking with someone up close, such as a member of the table staff; however, officials are not required to run with their neck gator up.  This complies with the NCAA guidelines to date. If a home institution requires more than this, the crew chief will confirm this with the home team’s head coach as part of the game confirmation process, which happens 24-48 hours before the scheduled start of the game

As a resource for reviewing or creating your plan, please see below the US Lacrosse "Return to Play" link along with the "UIL COVID-19 Risk Mitigation Guidelines:

https://www.uslacrosse.org/return-to-play
https://www.uiltexas.org/policy/covid-19/2020-2021-uil-covid-19-risk-mitigation-guidelines

Please also note that there are some good plans that have already been put together. You might ask around to see if you can “borrow” some established plans when putting your plan together. 

Given the unknowns moving forward, we ask teams to remain extremely flexible regarding cancellations and rescheduling of games. The normal start of the season, we hope, should give teams more time to work through any problems they encounter. If a team cannot host a home game due to field availability, perhaps offer your field as an away game to get the game in. These are not normal times, so we need to be resourceful to get through the season as best we can.

Posted on December 15, 2020

 Part-Time Seasonal Position's Available: 

  • JV Head Coach and Assistant Coach Openings

Details: Looking for an energetic coach with a thorough knowledge of lacrosse, skill development, and coaching techniques as well as a demonstrated ability to lead young athletes. In particular, we are looking for a candidate that is positive minded and encouraging that can serve as a role model for high school players and who demonstrates the qualities we would want our players to emulate.  

Start Date: Jan 2022 or the beginning of the spring season - ends May 2022.  (practice and/or games 5 times per week)          

Qualifications & Skills:

  • Previous lacrosse coaching experience exhibiting positive training methods and results
  • Previous experience playing high-level Lacrosse
  • Strong interpersonal skills to develop and maintain professional, positive, and respectful relationships with student-athletes, other coaches, officials, parents, and members of the club's board
  • Strong leadership presence and ability to maintain high standards of sportsmanship and fair play in all facets of the lacrosse program
  • Remain aware of all legal liabilities related to all athletic activities and ensure a safe environment for all athletes
  • Ability to successfully communicate with

Essential Functions: 

  • Positively represent The Woodlands community and provide appropriate supervision at all times
  • Act as a role model and foster an environment of respect, tolerance, integrity, and sportsmanship
  • Be prepared and punctual for all coaching responsibilities
  • Manage game day logistics: lineups, substitutions, strategy 
  • Development and implement daily practice plans to effectively motivate and train athletes
  • Communicate and collaborate with other HS coaches to ensure program success

www.woodlandslax.com

If interested, email resume to club President: Keith Coleman (twhslax@gmail.com) 

Posted on November 17, 2020

 Canyon High School (New Braunfels, TX) Assistant Varsity Coach/Offensive Coordinator

Canyon High School seeks a full-time Lacrosse Coach/Teacher to help continue to grow the school lacrosse program.  Specific duties on top of teaching would include daily practices, weekly/bi-weekly games, and tournaments. The candidate would have direct responsibility and supervision for the varsity practices, and games.  This will be a paid position with benefits.

 If you are interested in obtaining more information, please contact Head Coach, Devan Gallagher at devan.gallagher@comalisd.org.

Posted on October 21, 2020

Kingwood Youth Lacrosse is currently seeking a  coaches at 7/8 & 5/6.

Position: Head 7/8 or 5/6 Coach

Season: Spring 2021 

Minimum Qualifications: Experience playing lacrosse at high school level (college preferred). At least two years of coaching experience preferred. 

Responsibilities: (1) Be a positive, role model to all players. (2)Lead the development of your team in conjunction with the philosophies of the program.  (3)  With support from program director, prepare for all practices & all games. (4) Attend all practices & all games. (5) Be familiar with & comply with league rules & maintain a positive working relationship with the league. 

Commitment:

-2 practices a week

-2 games on weekend (typically on same day)

-Jan - April

-Off February break and spring break

Salary: 3k

Submit Lacrosse Resume & Contact Information for Three Reference To: Erinn O’Hara at kingwoodlacrossehc@gmail.com

Posted on August 02, 2020

Seven Lakes Lacrosse Coaches
Seven Lakes Lacrosse is currently looking to staff coaching positions, Head Coach, Defensive Coordinator, and Offensive Assistant Coach.  We are looking for coaches with strong lacrosse backgrounds who want to teach and mentor young athletes.

Qualifications:

  • Prior high school/college lacrosse coaching experience OR prior college lacrosse playing experience with coaching experience.
  • Thorough knowledge of lacrosse, coaching techniques, and skill development
  • High standard of sportsmanship and professionalism
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills needed to develop and maintain positive, respectful relationships with student-athletes.
  • Positive role model to the players
  • Promote development of High School players at all skill levels

Time commitment:

  • Fall: The team practices two times per week and attends one weekend tournament (early-Dec) and possibly one weekend play day (TBD).
  • Spring: The team will either have practices or games an average of five times per week from mid-January to end-April.

Salary:  Competitive based on experience
Club website: www.sevenlakeslacrosse.org

If interested, please email interest or resume to club president: Eric Freeman eric.freeman734@yahoo.com

Posted on June 25, 2020

JV Head Coach/Varsity Assistant

Westside High School Lacrosse is seeking a JV Head Coach to lead development for the Varsity level. Westside is a highly diverse public school in West Houston, TX with an enrollment of 3,000+ students. In 2019, the program had over 35 players, 4 All-star honorable mentions, Head Coach of the Year, and Person of the Year. In 2020, three out of four seniors earned scholarships. The Program receives full athletic support from the school and full support from its booster club and board. www.westhoustonlax.com 

A summary of Duties and Responsibilities includes planning and running practices and games, recruiting players, scheduling, and integration with youth programs. Must have lacrosse playing and coaching experience, strong communication skills, and effective practices in accordance with the program curriculum. Westside HS is 80% non-caucasian and 50% lower income.

Coaching stipend. Additional income opportunities with travel club and private training are available. Full time teaching, teaching assistant, substitute teaching positions may be available in conjunction with the coaching position. HISD teaching salaries start at $52,000/year with full benefits, and you may earn your teaching credentials while receiving a full time teacher salary.

About Houston

Houston is the 4th largest metropolitan city in the US, featuring the Houston Rockets, Texans football, the Astros 2016 World Series Champions, the University of Houston, Rice University, and many other attractions. Houston has one of the top cost of living indices in the US.

 

Contact

Head Coach Mike Song coachmikesong@gmail.com 

Posted on June 25, 2020

Middle School 6-8 Head and Assistant Coaches

West Houston Lacrosse Association is actively recruiting 1-2 full time middle school and youth lacrosse coaches/teachers to lead development of lacrosse in the West Houston area. West Houston Lacrosse currently has two middle school teams feeding Westside High School. The Program wishes to expand growth in its highly diverse community. www.westhoustonlax.com 

A summary of Duties and Responsibilities includes planning and running practices and games, recruiting players, scheduling, and integration with youth programs. Must have lacrosse playing and coaching experience, strong communication skills, and effective practices in accordance with the program curriculum. The ideal candidate will have experience with various cultural backgrounds and a passion for diversity.

Coaching stipend. Additional income opportunities with travel club and private training are available. Full time teaching, teaching assistant, substitute teaching positions may be available in conjunction with the coaching position. HISD teaching salaries start at $52,000/year with full benefits, and you may earn your teaching credentials while receiving a full time teacher salary.

About Houston

Houston is the 4th largest metropolitan city in the US, featuring the Houston Rockets, Texans football, the Astros 2016 World Series Champions, the University of Houston, Rice University, and many other attractions. Houston has one of the top cost of living indices in the US.

Contact

Submit resume and cover letter to Head Coach Mike Song coachmikesong@gmail.com 

Posted on March 08, 2020

The current valid NCAA Lacrosse Rulebook will be used unless a specific modification is listed on this sheet.  Parentheses indicate the section of the NCAA Rulebook, which pertains to the modification.

PLAYING FIELD (1-2)

  • Please visit the US Lacrosse field diagrams for more information. 
  • Home Teams will make all possible efforts to provide a field which meets NCAA specifications as outlined in the section entitled “The Field”, (Rule 1-2 through 1-15).  Local conditions may require field size modifications. 
  • A Unified field can be an alternative to NCAA field requirements. The Unified Field is defined as follows: Field Length- 120 yards, Midfield Area- 40 yards, Restraining Line to Goal Line- 20 yards, Goal Line to End Line – 15 yards, Goal Circle/Crease Radius- 9 feet, Width- 53 1/3 to 60 yards.
  • Required field markings shall be the responsibility of the home team and every possible effort should be made to mark the field accordingly. 
  • Acceptable markings can be in the form of but not limited to paint, chalk, washable paint/chalk, tape, or any other removable material (ex: portable crease). 
  • No penalty shall be assessed for a home team unable to mark a turf playing field, as long as there are existing football markings, due to school or city guidelines.
  • Additionally, it is the responsibility of the home team to notify the visiting team of any known field issues within three days of the scheduled game date.  Both coaches must agree on the field before the game can be played. If the visiting coach does not agree on the modified playing surface, it is the responsibility of both the home and away coaches to come to a compromise, reschedule, or change home/away status with the home team being responsible for official and venue expenses.  Failure to do so should be reported in the game report to the local coordinator for escalation.

LIMIT LINES, SPECTATOR & MEDIA RESTRICTIONS

  • Limit lines are not required; however, spectators and media are not allowed behind the end lines or immediately behind the bench or table areas.
  • The Team benches and table are to be on the opposite side of the field from the spectators. 
  • If the home Team does not move the spectators or team benches to comply with this rule in a reasonable time (as determined by the officials), the home Team receives a non-releasable 3-minute penalty at the start of the game to be served by the in-home player

TEAM SIDELINE POLICY

  • The team box should contain a maximum of 4 coaches in the coaching box in front of the players. 
  • 1 equipment manager and 1 team trainer may be on the team side, but not in the team box.
  • Only players in uniform may be on the sidelines, non-participating players must wear game jerseys.
  • The score table shall not contain more than 5 people, including 3 from the home Team and 2 from the visitors’ team. 
  • The Home Team is the official scorekeeper, spotter, game timer, and penalty timer. The Home Team site administrator has full access to the facility and should have communication with the score table.
  • All spectators shall be on the opposite side of the field from the team benches. 
  • It is the responsibility of the home Team and home Team site administrator to manage the team sideline policy.    It is at the discretion of the officials to assess any game-time penalties resulting from this policy.

LENGTH OF GAME (3-1)

The regulation playing time of a game shall be 48 minutes, divided into (4) 12-minute periods, JV games are (4) 10 minute periods.

NCAA 2020 Rules

  • Shot Clock rule is waived 
  • For the 2022 season, all THSLL programs will be required to implement the visible shot clock requirement.
  • Goal-mouth arc Dive rule is waived

OFFICIALS

The NCAA requirement of three officials is waived for the 2020 season for DIII or JV games. If for some reason the NCAA requirement of three officials is not met by LOA, the DI, DII or DIII game is still an official game. Any game officiated by only one official must be agreed upon by both coaches.

TRAINER

  • THSLL games will not be played without a licensed athletic trainer, team physician or health care professional (hereinafter referred to as “Trainer”) on the sidelines. 
  • Prior to the start of any contest, the Home Team Trainer shall be identified in person to the Table personnel. If the Home Team fails to provide a Trainer due to extenuating circumstances, the game may be rescheduled.
  • If the Home Team trainer is delayed, this will result in a 30 second conduct foul, delay of game.
  • If the Home Team trainer is not present within 5 minutes of game start, the Home Team will be assessed an additional 30 second conduct foul.
  • If the Home Team trainer is not present within 15 minutes of game start, the game may be canceled, and the Home Team is responsible for payment of the officials. If the game is rescheduled, the conduct penalties will carry over to the rescheduled game. 

SITE ADMINISTRATOR

  • The Home Team Site Administrator shall be identified, in person, to the Officials as part of field preparations. 
  • The delayed start of a game due to the field not being ready for play, at the contracted starting time or failure of the home Team Site Administrator to introduce himself/herself to the Officials, will subject the Home Team to a technical foul (6-6q) with the in-home serving 30 seconds and the ball awarded to the visitor to start the game. 
  • The Home Team and Away Team site administrator must check in with the score table, officials and wear the site administrator identifying badge.
  • It is the responsibility of the Home Team and Home Team site administrator to manage the team sideline policy.

PERSONAL EQUIPMENT (1-21)

Gloves may vary in color.  Baseball shoes (metal / hard plastic cleats) are not permitted.

SPORTSMANSHIP

  • Sportsmanship rule for all teams participating in a regular season DII or DIII game. At any time during the game there is a 15 goal or more differential there will be a mandatory running clock for the remainder of the game. Traditional penalty time will apply and be kept with stop/starts. The clock will be stopped for official time outs or team time outs.
  • After the running clock has started, if at any time during the remainder of the game the score differential falls below 15 goals, the running clock will still be in effect. 
  • This rule applies to all DII or DIII district or non-district regular season games only. Post-season games and games with DI teams are exempt from this rule. 
  • Under no circumstances shall this rule be waived by coaches or officials. 

GAME BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS

  • If the game is stopped by officials for improper behavior on the field or in the stands, the officials will ask the on-site administrator or head coach to control or eject the offending fan from the premises.
  • If the fan is not controlled, or does not leave the premises, the game will be stopped, and the offending team will lose the game.
  • If player (s) is ejected from a THSLL game, the player must leave the site of the THSLL game.  The player may not remain on the sideline or in the stands.  It is up to the Head Coach to comply with these rules or his team will forfeit the game.  (The team of the ejected player is responsible for supervising that player when needed.) 
  • If a player or coach receives 2 unsportsmanlike penalties in a game, the player or coach is automatically ejected from the current game and suspended from the next League game.
  • If a personal foul as per Section 11 occurs at the end of the last game of the THSLL season, as defined in Appendix J, so that the player incurring the foul does not serve penalty time, the penalty will carry over to the Team's next THSLL season game.  If the player has graduated, the in-home shall serve the penalty.
  • A currently suspended or ejected player or coach cannot be in the team’s bench area, anywhere on the sideline, sightline or anywhere in the spectator and must be supervised by the Member Team Program’s leadership. 

 

Article File Attachments: 2020 Appendix A.pdf
Posted on March 08, 2020

Non-Weather Changes

The THSLL member programs shall remain responsible for the payment of fees for making non-weather-related changes to the THSLL schedule. Changes to the schedule are defined as those changes that require the assigner to "re-assign" the officials in the scheduling system and include, but are not limited to, changes in the starting date, time, location, opponent, level of a game, and/or any other reason that requires reassignment, unless notification is given to LOA in accordance with the following time limits and reasons:

  1. Four (4) days or more prior to the scheduled game start time= no fees or administrative charges are payable to either the Officials or the Assigner.
  2. Between 96 hours and 4 hours prior to the scheduled game start time= SO% of the full game fee is due to the Officials (no travel fees though). This does not apply to weather-related changes.
  3. Less than four (4) hours prior to the scheduled game start time= 100% of the full game fee is due to the Officials (no travel fees though).
  4. Officials will submit an invoice/voucher for the game fees directly to the home team of record in the scheduling system.

Weather Related Changes

Weather-related game-day cancellations/suspensions should be made by a phone call to the regional LOAAssigner and Referee assigned to work the game, and THSLL shall reflect the change in the game-scheduling system at least four hours prior to game time so that officials can always check the latest schedule before departing to a game. Game fees and administrative charges for weather-related game-day cancellations/suspensions shall be paid as follows:

  1. More than four (4) hours prior to game start time= No game fees incurred. No travel fees incurred. No administrative fees incurred. This is a simple "rainout" scenario, which does not incur any costs if the required actions are taken in time.
  2. Four (4) hours or less prior to game start time= 100% of each official's highest game fee that was cancelled/suspended. Thus, each official will receive only one game fee (no travel fees though).
  3. If more than one game was affected for the affected officiating crew, each official will be paid for only one game, which is the game with the highest game fee for that official.
  4. Even if officials have arrived at the playing facility or begun to travel to the game, no travel fees are permitted for weather-related cancellations/suspensions, regardless of the timing. A game must have commenced for travel and game fees to kick in.
  5. Officials must submit their invoice/voucher to the home team of record in the game-scheduling system for reimbursement of game fee(s) incurred.
Posted on March 03, 2020

Posted on November 06, 2019

Please review the 2020-2022 LOA Contract.

Posted on August 08, 2019

George Ranch High School Lacrosse Club Assistant Coach Position

The George Ranch High School Lacrosse Club (www.grhslacrosse.org), is looking for an energetic coach with a strong lacrosse background who wants to teach and mentor young athletes.

George Ranch is a diverse public high school in Fort Bend County with an enrollment of 2,700 students.  In 2019 the club’s varsity team finished with a 15-3 record, had 7 All-District and 2 Honorable Mention player selections, and sent 5 seniors on to play lacrosse at the collegiate level.  The club has a very engaged parent board and support of the school and school district. 

The assistant coach is responsible for supporting the program in all aspects of the development of the team including: practice planning, implementation of game strategies, recruiting players, team management during practices, scrimmages and games.

Minimum Skills and Qualifications:

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills needed to develop and maintain positive respectful relationships with student-athletes
  • College lacrosse experience as player (NCAA Division I/II/III) is preferred
  • Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations
  • Strong leadership presence and presentation skills to motivate high school student-athletes
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Be a positive, but firm role model to all players, instilling self-discipline on and off the field
  • Enforce player code of conduct
  • Ability to collaborate effectively with team members, other coaches, club parent board, school and district staff
  • Available for all practices and game

Applicant coach is expected to be active with the program during the fall and spring season.  Coaching stipend commensurate with experience.  Must past a background check as a pre-condition of employment.  Interested candidates may submit information to grhslax@gmail.com.

Posted on May 26, 2019

Westside lacrosse has the following openings:

Please contact:

Head Coach Mike Song coachmikesong@gmail.com

JV Head Coach

Westside High School Lacrosse is seeking an experienced JV Head Coach to lead development for the Varsity level. Westside is a highly diverse public school in West Houston, TX with an enrollment of 3,000 students. In 2019, the program had over 35 players, 4 All-star honorable mentions, Head Coach of the Year, and Person of the Year. The Program receives full athletic support from the school and full support from its booster club and board, and it has an established youth feeder system pulling from two middle schools.

A summary of Duties and Responsibilities includes planning and running practices and games, recruiting players, scheduling, and integration with youth programs. Must have lacrosse playing and coaching experience, strong communication skills, and effective practices in accordance with the program curriculum.

Coaching stipend commensurate with experience. Additional income opportunities with travel club and private training are available. Some relocation assistance may be provided for the right candidate. Full time teaching, teaching assistant, substitute teaching positions may be available in conjunction with the coaching position. HISD teaching salaries start at $52,000/year with full benefits, and you may earn your teaching credentials while receiving a full time teacher salary.

Middle School 6-8 Head and Assistant Coaches

West Houston Lacrosse Association is actively recruiting 2-3 full time middle school and youth lacrosse coaches/teachers to lead development of lacrosse in the West Houston area. West Houston Lacrosse currently has two middle school teams feeding Westside High School. The Program wishes to expand growth in its highly diverse community.

A summary of Duties and Responsibilities includes planning and running practices and games, recruiting players, scheduling, and integration with high school program. Must have lacrosse playing and coaching experience, strong communication skills, and effective practices in accordance with the program curriculum.

Coaching stipend commensurate with experience. Additional income opportunities with travel club and private training are available. Some relocation assistance may be provided for the right candidate. Full time teaching, teaching assistant, substitute teaching positions may be available in conjunction with the coaching position. HISD teaching salaries start at $52,000/year with full benefits, and you may earn your teaching credentials while receiving a full time teacher salary.

Posted on May 10, 2019

The Travis lacrosse program is seeking a dynamic individual(s) to lead its boys' High School program. In addition to serving as the varsity coach, this person will provide leadership and supervision for the entire program, including a JV team. The program will be entering it’s fifth year, and is set for future success.

Prior coaching experience at the high school level with preferred playing experience with a successful, established college program. Submit resume & contact info to Donald Hughes, Program Director at bazbaliphone@gmail.com

Posted on May 05, 2019

Congratulations to Klein for winning the THSLL South DII Super Regional. They defeated Lovejoy from the Dallas district 11-10.

 

Posted on April 30, 2019

For more information on the various Super-Regional venues, please see the links below. 

North DII - Prosper High School

Central DI / DII - Georgetown

San Antonio - Saint Mary's Hall

South DI - Kingwood

South DII - Klein Oak High School

Posted on April 29, 2019

Langham Creek 8 Ridge Point 5

Klein 14 Pearland 9

Emery Weiner 5 George Ranch 3

 

Klein wins the THSLL South DII Championship and will host the THSLL South DII Super Regional.

Pearland will be the #2 seed from the South DII to the Super Regionals.

Langham Creek will be the #3 seed from the South DII to the Super Regionals.

Ridge Point will be the #4 seed from the South DII to the Super Regionals.

 

Emery Weiner is the THSLL South DIII Champion.

 

Posted on April 26, 2019

GHYLA, THSLL South DII, DIII championships at St. Thomas H.S.: Sunday, 4/28 9:30 AM: GHYLA 6U. 11:00 AM: GHYLA 8U. 12:30 PM: THSLL South DIII Championship. 2:00 PM THSLL Play in game for the #3 and #4 seeds for the South DII 4:00 PM: THSLL South DII Championship game.

Posted on April 25, 2019

Wow, some great games were played Thursday night!

In DII, Klein over Ridge Point 5-4 in double overtime, and Pearland over Langham Creek 10-8.

In DIII, Emery Weiner over St. Pius 9-1 and George Ranch over Bellaire 12-11.

This sets up Championship Sunday at St. Thomas High School with Ridge Point versus Langham Creek for the #3 and #4 seeds from the South DII and Klein versus Pearland for the City Championship and #1 and #2 seeds from the South DII.

George Ranch plays Emery Weiner in the South DIII Championship game.

Posted on April 25, 2019

South DI District Playoffs

April 28

District Championship (Winner #1 seed, loser #2 seed in Super Regional)

Kingwood at Woodlands

Also April 28…

St. Johns at Memorial(Winner #3 seed, loser #4 seed in Super Regional)

April 24 Semi-Finals

Woodlands 9 St. Johns 6

Kingwood 10  Memorial  9

April 22 #1 West (Woodlands) & #1 East (Memorial) have first round byes.)

Results: Kingwood 13-Bridgeland 12

               St. Johns 16-Seven Lakes 10

 Since the East Division has three teams left in the playoffs, St. Johns (East #2) will play at Woodlands (West #1) with  Kingwood (East #3) playing at Memorial (East #1).

Posted on April 24, 2019