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Spring Season Information

1) For those who have not registered, now is the time. You MUST be registered before you can play. CLICK HERE to register

2) Here is our currently approved Covid Safety Plan. We are still waiting to get information about facilities/fans at games and will add that and share the information as soon as it is set. YOU MUST take the time to read through this entire plan - it is extremely important that ALL PLAYERS AND FAMILIES are fully aware of the guidelines and requirements.

3) Boys and girls schedules are out. As always, these are subject to minor changes as they arise. These will also be cross posted on the Wolfpack Calendar.

GIRLS Schedule

BOYS Schedule


All Players Must Review and Sign the Player Handbooks

You can find them under the Connect/Our Coaches Tab above


Girls Info Meeting

If you missed it, you can watch the recording HERE

Passcode: *?9XqzM1


Email Correspondence from 2.26.21

Hello Duluth Lacrosse fans and players! We do have a few updates to share with you, some with more details than others:

  • Tentative game schedules are up! If you're new to this tool, select "View Schedules" and choose both Varsity and JV and it will generate the schedule for you. Note that the March 29 and April 6 entries on the girls schedule are not accurate.
  • The Girls schedule is on the East activities calendar
  • The Boys schedule is on the Denfeld activities calendar
  • Captains Practices are tentatively approved to begin on Monday, March 22. We do not have information yet on where, when, restrictions, etc. It sounds like we may be required to be outside due to the size of our teams. Ideally each team will get in 8-10 practice times from March 22 - April 3. More info will come as soon as we have it.
  • As of today, we are limited to 26 people per bus for road games. We would normally take one coach bus at approximately $800 per team per game. I think we will be looking at two school buses at approximately $600/each instead. This will have an obvious effect on the budget, the Board will meet soon to develop the best plan possible.
  • Also as of now, we are approved to have up to 250 people in attendance for games. Unfortunately, only family members will be able to attend (no student section) but it looks like we will be able to allow about 5 people per player to attend in person at home games. We don't have information yet about away games. Denfeld and East are also installing live streaming cameras (the same ones if you've been watching hockey or basketball online). This will give other fans the chance to watch our games live, for a subscription fee.


Boys Summer 2020 stats are now live


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Duluth Lacrosse Booster Club Mission Statement

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.