When L.A. division lacrosse coaches meet in a few weeks to pick at-large teams for the CIF Southern Section tournament, they will have two interesting cases to consider in Agoura and Oaks Christian, teams with similar profiles.
With the high school lacrosse playoffs only a couple of weeks away, we’ve been trying to get an in-person look at as many potential qualifiers as possible. To that end, in the last 10 days we’ve seen Agoura at Westlake, Oaks Christian at Oak Park, Crespi at Harvard Westlake and San Clemente at Agoura. It […]
Welcome back to another Southland Lax Video Explosion! Over the past few years on the LaxAllStars homepage, the College Lacrosse Video Explosion has become an LAS regular. Putting together some of the best college lacrosse videos on the Internet in one place makes life easier for any lacrosse fan — but why should we stop with just college lacrosse? Check out videos below from all lacrosse the Southland!
The Loyola Cubs knocked off Thousand Oaks and Crespi last week behind an aggressive defense that refuses to let opponents get comfortable.
The Newbury Park Panthers swept three games last week to improve to 8-0 and make it clear that they are, indeed, a contender in the Southern Section’s L.A. division.
Over the past few years on the LaxAllStars homepage, the College Lacrosse Video Explosion has become an LAS regular. Putting together some of the best college lacrosse videos on the internet in one place makes life easier for any lacrosse fan – but why should we stop with just college lacrosse? Without further ado, we present the first Southland Lax Video Explosion, featuring some of the best videos of the 2014 lacrosse season in the Southland.
Adrenaline Lacrosse has announced the rosters for the fourth annual Adrenaline All-American game, which will feature 55 of the best seniors in the West, as well as a new event, the Stars and Stripes Summer Festival.
High school lacrosse teams from the L.A./Ventura half of the Southern Section are getting stronger, but Orange County teams still dominate the power ratings. Which L.A. teams might challenge the O.C. this May?
There’s a big week ahead in high school lacrosse throughout the L.A. area and a lot to catch up on since we posted last, so it’s time to dump out the notebook and try to put some things in perspective.
Our friends over at LaxRatz.com released a series of videos last week previewing the 2014 high school lacrosse season in the Los Angeles area, and both finalists from last spring made the top three. But neither is ranked No. 1 by Drew Rogers and Lane Jaffe.
Saturday marks the first day Southern Section high school lacrosse programs can play official games, and a couple of schools are taking advantage of the opportunity.
High school season gets under way this weekend, which means last weekend was time for scrimmages all over the Southland. I headed out to Newbury Park, where the Panthers were hosting the first Black Cat Winter Shootout, featuring eight prep programs from L.A. and the Conejo Valley, all of whom were playoff qualifiers last spring.
Faceoff-specific training seems to be a growing trend in lacrosse, with organizations like Greg Gurenlian’s Faceoff Academy and FOGOLax teaching faceoff specific mechanics and drills. Adrenaline caught the faceoff bug over the summer with its first Faceoff Challenge in Orange County. Now, ADRLN and the Faceoff Factory are bringing the program to Los Angeles on Dec. 28 and to San Diego on Dec. 29.
A few weekends ago, the Adrenaline High Rollers: SoCal recruiting event took place at Orange Coast College. Our friends at MaxLaxOC attended the event and put together two awesome videos, including a video of the High School All-Star game.
Earlier this month, the Santa Monica Vikings Lacrosse club announced that Santa Monica High School (SAMOHI) will be fielding CIF lacrosse teams for both boys and girls beginning this school year.