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2014 District Champs **** 2014 Elite 8

Brief History & Background:  CRHS is in its 5th season in the Texas High School Lacrosse League (THSLL).  In 2014, the team made it to the top 8 teams in the state.  CRHS is one of 23 high schools that play in the Central Texas area and  84 schools that play across the state.
What is a club sport?:  Lacrosse is not currently sanctioned by the state of Texas.  This means that each program’s Booster Club is responsible for funding the team 100%.  Player fees in 2015-2016 are $700 plus required equipment purchases.  Players are responsible for providing their own gear.
Is the team an officially recognized campus club?: Yes, players meeting the requirements may earn varsity  letters, the team  appears in the yearbook, practices and plays games on campus and wears official school colors and logos on their team uniform and other gear. Players may also earn PE credit in the Spring (1/2 credit).
When is lacrosse season?: Lacrosse is a spring sport.  The team also practices on an abbreviated schedule in the Fall to provide new players with opportunities to develop fundamental skills and learn the game.
Where can I get more information?:  Please contact Kelly Kellogg OR visit www.raiderslax.org.  The league website is www.thsll.org.


Why Play Lacrosse?





  • Lacrosse is the fastest growing sport in the country.

  • You will be in fantastic physical shape. Lacrosse is a game of speed, strength, agility and endurance.

  • Everyone touches the ball. Offensive success often begins with the defense. Players will develop a great sense of space, timing and teamwork.

  • Lacrosse is a brotherhood

  • The physicality and fitness that is developed/maintained in lacrosse is a great compliment to participation in other sports.

  • Anyone can play and be successful. There is no standard body type for lacrosse.

  • Opportunities beyond high school include NCAA Division I and II scholarships, NCAA Division III teams, collegiate club teams and community men’s leagues.

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