See PDF below with confirmation of tournament rosters. All payments must be received prior to tournament start or players will be ineligible. Payments are $75/tournament and make checks payable to: DLBC. Turn payments into coaches at practice.
Download the Tourney Machine mobile app to keep track of the schedules and fields. Search for: Champlin Tournament is called the "2020 Minnesota High School Lacrosse Championship Showcase" and Homegrown is called the "2020 Champions of Summer"
Unfortunately the Alumni Game is cancelled - we could not get approval to use any of the fields in Duluth.
The boys fought hard but Blaine gets a few late goals as Duluth tries doubling the ball...Duluth falls in the section semifinal...
The Duluth Lacrosse Booster Club (DLBC) will promote interest and participation in the game of lacrosse to all ISD 709 Duluth public school students. We aspire to promote the best opportunities for boys and girls in the sport of Lacrosse and serve as a unifying organization for the Duluth Public schools.
The purpose of Duluth Lacrosse Booster Club is:
1. To develop student athletes who are committed to achieving excellence in the classroom, on the field, and in the community.
2. To provide logistical, volunteer, and monetary support for the Duluth School’s athletic facilities and the lacrosse coaching staff as they develop our student athletes.
3. To raise funds and receive contributions in order to allocate monies in support of our student athletes, coaches, and operations of the program.
The Duluth Lacrosse Booster Club is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and all contributions are fully and completely deductible.
Lacrosse has been around the Twin Ports area for the last 20 years with the Charger and Nighthawk clubs both boasting high school and youth teams. In 2015 the Varsity Chargers team took home the MBLSA State Championship! In the spring of 2015, the Isd 709 school board approved the sanction of Lacrosse as a Varsity sport in the MSHL. We are in a Co-op between Denfeld and Duluth East High Schools. The 2016 season was our first year as a sanctioned MSHL sport for both boys and girls teams.