Grandville Lacrosse started play in the spring of 2013 with Varsity Boys and Girls Teams and a Boys JV Team. Grandville High School added a JV Girls Team in the Spring of 2018 after creating a Girls Lacrosse Co-op with Byron Center High School.
The Boys Varsity won their conference championship their first season (2013) and currently play in the OK Conference Tier 2 Division. The Girls Varsity won a conference championship in 2018 and will compete in Tier 2 in 2019.
The Grandville Youth Lacrosse Program started in 2014 and currently offers teams for Boys and Girls at the following levels:
Grandville Lacrosse also offers a Spring "Learn to Play" program for k-2nd grade Boys and Girls in the Spring.
For offseason programs designed to introduce players to the game and/or to provide offseason playing options, please check the Boys and Girls links above.
The Grandville Youth Lacrosse Program is run thru Grandville Community Ed. For more information on how to get involved as a parent or coach, please reach out to the program directors listed on the "Contacts" page.
On behalf of Varsity Head Coaches Mike Avery (Boys) and Alexandra VandenBosch (Girls) we thank you in advance to your participation and support!!
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This page will be updated as we get closer to the season. Grandville Lacrosse is always looking for coaches. There are openings for Boys at the High School and Youth levels as well as opening for Girls at the youth level.
High School Coaches with lacrosse coaching experience can contact Grandville A.D. Brian Parsons (see the "Contact Us" web page).
We have potential needs for youth coaches at the 5/6th Grade Boys, 3/4th Grade Boys, 7/8th Grade Girls and 5/6th Grade Girls. This is a great time for a parent volunteer that wants top get involved in this sport. US Lacrosse has terrific training aids to get new coaches up to speed. Furthermore, at the younger age groups more work is done with basic fundamentals that new coaches can quickly learn. If you are interested in coaching at the youth level, please contact Youth Lacrosse Director Kyle Smith (see the "Contact Us" web page).