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Northshore Lacrosse Welcomes You

Northshore Lacrosse is an umbrella organization comprised of Bothell Lacrosse, Inglemoor Lacrosse, North Creek Lacrosse, and Northshore Girls Lacrosse. We develop youth in the sport of field lacrosse. We have programs from Kindergarten through High School. Our membership is open to all children in Washington State's Northshore School District feeder patterns for Bothell, Inglemoor, and North Creek High Schools. Our clubs participate in the Greater Eastside youth Lacrosse League (GELL), the Washington High School Boy's Lacrosse Association (WHSBLA), and the Washington Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association (WSLA). Spring registration, our main season, opens in October each year and runs from late February through May. Fall registration opens in August and the season runs from September through November.

Register Now for Spring 2022 Lacrosse

Teams are now forming for Kindergarten through High School for the Spring 2022 season. Girls will open after Thanksgiving. Click the green "Register" button to start.
Boys Lacrosse:  Registration for boys is now open for Bothell, Inglemooor, and North Creek feeder patterns at K-2, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8, and HS.
Register Today:  We must declare boys teams on 1/19/2022 and registration can close once a team is at capacity. The decision is based on the number of registered players and the resulting number of teams.
Practices Start 1/31
1/31 - 5/28
1 day per week (TBD)
8 (Saturdays)
1/31 - 5/28
2 days per week (weekdays)
9 (Saturdays)
1/31 - 5/28
2 days per week (weekdays)
10 (Saturdays)
1/31 - 5/28
3 days per week (weekdays)
10 (Saturdays)
9-12 (HS)
1/3 - 2/25
Captain's Practices (optional, 2 days per week)
2/28 - 5/28 Coach Practices and Games (Mon-Fri) 10-20 (weekdays)
* Teams are grouped by player's grade level.
Girls Lacrosse:  Registration for girls is open for K-2 (8U), 3/4 (10U), 5/6 (12U), 7/8 (14U) and HS teams. Our girls teams span across Bothell, Inglemoor, and the North Creek high school feeder patterns. As the sport grows, we plan to field separate teams for each high school feeder pattern.
Register Today:  We must declare girls teams on 2/1/2022 and registration can close once a team is at capacity. The decision is based on the number of registered players and the resulting number of teams.

About Us: The primary objective of our lacrosse programs is to give youth exposure to the sport of Lacrosse in the Northshore School District (those who attend a school in the Bothell, Inglemoor, and North Creek High School feeder patterns). We participate in the Greater Eastside Lacrosse League (GELL), the Washington High School Boy's Lacrosse Association (WHSBLA), and the Washington Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association Youth League (WAGLAX).

We believe that the sport gives players invaluable lessons that are often carried with them for the rest of their lives.

To register your player(s), please complete the online registration form. If you have any questions about the registration process, please contact .

by posted 11/18/2021
SEI-Certified Pads Required for Spring 2022

All players of boys lacrosse (K-12) must have SEI-certified pads for spring 2022 that meet NOCSAE Performance Standard ND200:
  • Read and understand the field player pad requirements
  • If you don't already have them, purchase certified pads before the spring 2022 season
In spring 2021, goalie chest protectors that meet the NOCSAE performance standard ND200 to protect players from commotio cordis became required for all lacrosse goalies across youth (USA Lacrosse), high school (NFHS), college (NCAA), and for all disciplines of the game (men and women) played in the United States.
In spring 2022, the mandate will extend to all field players in youth and high school boys’ and college men’s lacrosse.
Purchase early as several factors will make acquiring the pads in a timely manner a bit challenging:
  • There are over 800,000 youth players and 120,000 high school players in the United States
  • Reatilers are already out-of-stock on popular sizes while they await fulfilment of restocking orders
  • Most, if not all, are produced in China and other areas of the world where COVID-19 has slowed production
  • Shipping delays are expected due to disruptions to the global supply chain
Understand your options: There are two types of products available on the market; shoulder pads and liners.
  • Traditional lacrosse shoulder pads: These offer more protection than liners and are worn by youth players and older offensive players that are getting checked often. Most advanced attackman opt for shoulder pads rather than liners even at the high school and collegiate levels as they want the extra shoulder and arm protection. Youth players should wear the most protection possible.
  • Shoulder pad liners: These are designed to be snug-fitting, low profile pieces that offer sternum and collar bone protection but do not have bulkier shoulder padding or arm padding. Liners are primarily worn by more advanced players that are shedding padding for better mobility and are playing either middie or defense. Liners trade less protection for more mobility.

Brands: There are currently 5 brands on the market with SEI-certified pads that meet NOCSAE Performance Standard ND200:
  • Maverik
  • Nike
  • STX
  • True Sports
  • Unequal (Polymer Technologies Inc.)
  • Warrior
Retailers: There are many retailers to choose from, both brick-and-mortar and inline.
Sizing: Refer to each manufacturer's sizing chart to ensure a proper fit.
Certified Products: The current list of certified shoulder pad and liner products can be found on the Safety Equipment Insitute (SEI) website.

Additional Information:

by posted 10/05/2021
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