North Sound Youth Lacrosse (NSYL) League The North Sound Youth Lacrosse League (NSYL) serves programs to the north of GELL including Anacortes, Bellingham, Edmonds, Everett, Glacier Peak, Monroe, Mukilteo, North County, Skagit Valley, Snohomish, and Stanwood Lacrosse Clubs.
Seattle Metropolitan Youth Lacrosse Association (SMYLA) The Seattle Metropolitan Youth Lacrosse Association (SMYLA) serves programs to the west of GELL including Bainbridge Island, Lakeside, LFP-Shoreline, Queen Anne, Props (Magnolia United), North Seattle, Seattle Academy (SAAS), Seattle Wolfpack, and Southwest Lacrosse Clubs.
South Sound Lacrosse League (SSLL) The Sound Sound Lacrosse League (SSLL) serves programs to the south of GELL including Bethel, Emerald Ridge, Gig Harbor, Kitsap, North Kitsap, North Olmpic Peninsula, North Tapps, Olympia, Orting, Peninsula, Puyallup, Rogers, Sumner Bonney Lake, Tacoma, Tahoma, University Place, Vashon Island, and White River Enumclaw Lacrosse Clubs
Home of Girls Youth lacrosse in WA state
Bothell Lacrosse and Inglemoor Lacrosse belong to the Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association (WHSBLA) which hosts all high school boy's lacrosse teams in the State of Washington.
Home of HS girls lacrosse in WA state
Washington Women's Lacrosse Officials Association (WWLOA) Washington Women's Lacrosse Officials Association (WWLOA) is the official's association for girl's and women's lacrosse in the state of Washington. Their members provide officiating services for high school and youth lacrosse games in Washington state.
Washington Lacrosse Officials Association (WALOA) is the official's association for men's and boy's lacrosse in the state of Washington. Their members provide officiating services for high school and youth lacrosse games in Washington state.
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.