Most of the Midwest Region wraps up this week with the Indiana, Illinois and Ohio championship games on Saturday. Michigan wraps up its season on June 8.
This week’s Midwest notebook highlights two Ohio players who are working their way up the best-known records. We also follow up on the Michigan and Ohio playoffs where blowouts have been commonplace.
This week’s Midwest notebook features Culver Academy hoisting its third-straight Midwest Lacrosse Challenge trophy, a feature on Mariemont, close calls and a power meeting between state powers.
Indian Hill has players climbing the national and state record books and several teams are streaking in this week’s Midwest Region notebook.
This week’s Midwest notebook features several meetings with state champions along with teams in Ohio, Kansas and Wisconsin playing well.
St. Ignatius (Ohio) traveled West to face two of the better teams in the midwest and showed its strengths. Plus more in this week’s Midwest Region notebook. Plus, Brother Rice impresses again and Michael Ward lists his Players of the Game.
Among today’s Stylax Stat Leader updates, two of the Ohio top teams made the list for most goals in a single game. Also updates from New Jersey, Massachusetts and New York today. Read More »
If you followed boys’ high school lacrosse in 2016 like I did, then the thought of this past season should leave you with a smile on your face. It was an exciting season, one in which a national record fell, several state records were broken and upsets determined state championships. Here’s a quick look at… Read More
Baltimore, Md. – The National Interscholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association (NILCA) presented its 2016 Man of the Year Award to Ted Wolford, Former Head Coach, Upper Arlington High School (Ohio), at the IMLCA Convention this past Saturday. Through his 40 years of coaching at the highest level, Coach Wolford has been instrumental in the growth and… Read More
Upper Arlington (Columbus, Ohio) head boys’ lacrosse coach Ted Wolford announced his retirement, according to the Columbus Dispatch. Wolford coached the Golden Bears for 25 years, winning 16 Division I Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) championships.