KHSAA Moves Decision on Lacrosse Sanctioning to September

(Photo: KHSAA)

While excitement has engulfed the lacrosse community in Kentucky in recent with the possibility of state sanctioning on the horizon, it looks like folks will have to wait a little longer before any official decision is made.

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Havill, Trammell, Campisano Headline Young Gun Standouts in Kentucky

(Photo Courtesy of Henry Clay Lacrosse)

The Kentucky High School lacrosse season came to a close last week with St. Xavier capturing the Kentucky Scholastic Lacrosse League (KSLL) title and Henry Clay winning the Commonwealth Lacrosse League (CLL), and one of the main themes constantly brought up in circles across the state this spring was the amount of young talent, and the dispersal of said talent.

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St. Xavier Downs Trinity in Annual Rivalry Contest

(Photo Courtesy of St. Xavier High School)

St. Xavier made a clear statement on Wednesday night that they are the best team in the Bluegrass, downing rival Trinity 15-4. The Tigers put the pedal to the metal early on in the contest and never let up, essentially cruising to victory.

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Battle in The Bluegrass: St. Xavier-Trinity Primer

(Trinity’s Gavin Noland evades a St. Xavier defender. | Photo Credit: Chad Waggoner)

On Wednesday night at 7 pm, the biggest high school rivalry in the nation heads to the lacrosse field as Trinity (Ky.) takes the 14-minute trek from Shelbyville Road to Poplar Level Road to take on St. Xavier (Ky.) in what is annually the most anticipated high school lacrosse game in the state of Kentucky.

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Whitley, Bellarmine Land Elite Bluegrass Duo

(Photo Courtesy of L4 Lacrosse/Seth Cianfoni)

Last Friday, Trinity, Ky., senior attackman Gavin Noland announced that he would be staying home and taking his talents to Bellarmine to play for Andy Whitley and the Knights. Noland’s commitment came just over a month after St. Xavier, Ky., attackman Ben Hubbs announced his commitment and joined the Knights’ 2021 recruiting class.

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Newness Looms Over the Bluegrass as the 2020 High School Season Approaches

(Photo Courtesy of Henry Clay Lacrosse)

After all the offseason changes and preseason banter, the high school lacrosse season in the Bluegrass State is just days away. And one common theme seems to be echoing across the state: newness. Continue reading “Newness Looms Over the Bluegrass as the 2020 High School Season Approaches”

Mailbag: Questions Surrounding The KHSAA Possibly Sanctioning Lacrosse

(Photo Courtesy of Fredrick Douglass Lacrosse)

Ever since the Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) announced back in the fall that they would be holding a vote on whether to sanction lacrosse or not, I have been getting questions from people in and outside of Kentucky about why the KHSAA decided to take a serious look now, what would KHSAA look like, and many other pieces surrounding this whole thing.  Continue reading “Mailbag: Questions Surrounding The KHSAA Possibly Sanctioning Lacrosse”