Milford Lacrosse encompasses the Milford and Mason Schools. Milford has both Junior High School and High School Varsity Level Girls and Boys Teams. Milford High School is a community of diverse students, faculty, staff, administrators, parents and local citizens who foster a safe, respectful culture in a supportive environment that promotes equal opportunity for high-quality education. We believe well-educated citizens are prepared to contribute responsibly in their civic, social and career endeavors. Our
he New Hampshire Youth Lacrosse Association (NHYLA) was formed in 1994 and has grown as the vehicle for New Hampshire towns and programs to learn about the game of lacrosse, receive help launching lacrosse programs, and act as the guardian of the youth lacrosse game in New Hampshire. As a chapter of the national governing body, US Lacrosse, we adhere to its recommendations for organization and safety.
Since its inception the NHYLA has promoted and supported boys and girls lacrosse with members increa
The NH Lacrosse Foundation's mission is to grow, unify, and promote men’s and women’s lacrosse in NH with emphasis in the development of youth lacrosse. As a non-profit organization and a regional chapter of US Lacrosse, Inc we are committed to supporting the promotion & growth of men's and women's lacrosse in the state of NH.
Rusty Bones is a member of the rapidly growing Olde New England Lacrosse League (ONELL), established in 2004, it is an association of like-minded over-30 and Over-40 Men's teams who represent various communities throughout New England.
Souhegan High School in Amherst, New Hampshire opened its doors to students from the towns of Amherst and Mont Vernon in September of 1992. As a member of the Coalition of Essential Schools, Souhegan is guided by the Common Principles developed by education reformer Ted Sizer. Now in its nineteenth year, Souhegan draws 872 students to its award winning programs. In 1997, Souhegan High School received accreditation by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and in 2007 received re-accreditation.
Lacrosse Magazine is the flagship publication of US Lacrosse. LM has the distinction as the first feature magazine dedicated to the fastest game on two feet, and is the most widely-read lacrosse publication in the world.
US Lacrosse provides a leadership role in virtually every aspect of the game throughout the United States, and offers a number of programs and information services to its national membership and more than one million lacrosse enthusiasts throughout the country.