EHS Lacrosse SticksThe Eagle High School Girls Lacrosse Club was formed for the purpose of promoting a healthy environment for high school girls to learn lacrosse skills, play lacrosse, and maintain a healthy lifestyle. We are working to provide our student athletes with positive role models to teach them about lacrosse and teamwork.  Club Orgainization – Learn More >

The EHS Girls Lacrosse Club emphasizes player development and strives to achieve positive participation by its student athletes. We are proud to be a NO CUT sport available at Eagle High School. Student athletes will tryout for Varsity team only. The Varsity team plays to win as well as emphasizing student athlete teamwork and individual development. Those student athletes in the Junior Varsity program will all play and all develop their techniques and skills. Junior Varsity student athletes need to maintain their participation and commitment in order to play in games. Again, the club expects a FIRM commitment to the program for the spring season from ALL student athletes. Practices are Monday through Friday 4:00-6:00pm.

EHS Lacrosse SchedulesEHS Girls Lacrosse Club values parental participation. We promote volunteerism for all members. Volunteer coaching, manager, representative for league, travel coordinator, fundraising committee, video taping of games, end of season party, website manager, score and time keepers are ALL required to be filled to make this club SUCCESSFUL.

EHS Girls Lacrosse Club needs funds for:

Uniforms, equipment, balls, referees, U.S.Lacrosse membership/insurance/dues, Treasure Valley Women’s Lacrosse League membership dues. These funds are provided by registration fees paid by our student athletes. The registration can be lowered if the fundraising efforts are effective for the club.

Code of EthicsEHS GIRLS LACROSSE CLUB challenges its student athletes to maintain these responsibilities:

1. Treat teammates, coaches, referees, and spectators with respect.
2. Arrive at fields promptly at time established by coach…be ready to play!
3. Support your teammates at practice and at games
4. Keep your uniform and equipment clean and in good condition
5. Strive for excellent and Work to improve
6. Win with humility and lose with grace
7. Take responsibility for your health and nutrition
8. Refrain from use of bad attitude and foul language: will NOT be tolerated

2012 Contact Information:

Head Coach: Jon Craig (Jessica’s dad)

Assistant Coach: Ken Lewis

JV Coach: Megan John

Assistant JV Coach: Heidi Sprinkel

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Club Mailing Information:

EHS Lacrosse
c/o Jon Craig
1214 Macaile Way
Eagle, Idaho, 83616


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