Indiana high school girls lacrosse

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You should have received an autogenerated email from arbitersports to join our group and create an account (if you don’t have one).

– follow the steps to create your account (if you are on a mobile device, select full/desktop view) you have to pay for the mobile view (which is worth the $5 if you want to regularly use it on your phone)

1) in the top right, select your name (official) and click to view the dropdown menu, then select the blue official next to INGLA

2) select profile and update your contact information – address and phone number, then click save. If you like, upload a photo, it is helpful — your zipcode is required because you are assigned based on the distance from the field

3) then click blocks – please set a block for anytime you are UNAVAILABLE to officiate (school, practice, games, work, social plans, etc)

—– on the blocks page, check INGLA on the left side of the screen

—– under action (on the left, below groups), select the type of block you want to create: block all day, block part day, or clear blocks

—– if you selected block part day, adjust the time range as desired (in the middle)

—– now just click the dates on the calendar that you are busy

 —– alternatively, you may also use the date range (next to the time range), select the appropriate dates, action (type of block – part day or all day), and check the days of the week you would like to block (for example, this would allow you to block every Tuesday from 2pm-9pm) and then press APPLY.

 —– if you would like to clear blocks, do the same and select the action clear blocks

 4) finally, go to the main page and click ready to be assigned



Lacrosse is the fastest growing sport in America, with new high schools and colleges adding the sport every year.  Both Elkhart high schools and the district administration recognized this growth trend and began developing the sport 2 years ago in the middle schools.   That success, led to the introduction of both a Varsity boys and girls team last year into the high school’s.  Both teams were successful in building the skills of the players and introducing them to the fastest game on two feet.  The boys had a Varsity record of 5-1 aided by many experience players that had developed in other towns youth and HS leagues.  The girls had a harder time, as all the teams in this area and Indianapolis have experienced squads and strong youth program to create formidable teams.  Both teams are looking forward to great victories, as the quality of play increases with these athletes.

The sport combines the stamina of soccer, the offense and defense of basketball and for boys the checking of hockey, so there is some familiarity for the athletes.  This is a testament to both the independence and courage of athletes to join a new and unique sport. The best part of these teams is that they combine the two high schools into one team, creating a precursor to the talent available when the school merger occurs.  The ability of these rival kids to meld into a cohesive team environment proves that the power of competition transcends emotional attachments.

-Jeff Penney, Boys Head Coach



-Heather Ashton, Girls Head Coach


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Xcelerate Nike Indiana Girls Lacrosse DAY Camp in Indianapolis

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Celebrating 18 Years of Boys and Girls Lacrosse
Instruction and Summer Camp Fun!

Our Indianapolis Camp will launch in 2022!


We Love Camp! Summer is the time to have SOME FUN!

Register for camp today and you’ll be a part of something truly special. It’s a chance to improve all aspects of your lacrosse game in a fun-filled summer camp environment.

Join the 1,000s of lacrosse players that have come before you and see and feel what it’s like to learn from some of the best ‘teaching’ coaches in the game today.

Xcelerate’s coaching staff will provide a positive and rewarding environment, giving campers the tools to reach their full potential. Confidence building drills, skill driven reps, and competitive games await every camper.

It’s time to GET BETTER! It’s time to have SOME FUN!

Register for our Indianapolis Camp Today!

We Love Giveaways! Be one of the FIRST 20 to register for camp and receive a FREE NIKE LACROSSE HEAD on the first day of camp!

We Love Giving Back! For every camper that attends our camp this summer, we will donate $5 to the City Lax United program helping to grow the game in underserved communities.

Highlights Include
  • Free NIKE Lacrosse Head given to the FIRST 20 registered campers!
  • 10 to 1 Camper to Coach ratio
  • Girls ages 10-18
  • All Positions - All Levels of Play
  • Position Specific Training
  • Nike Reversible Practice Jersey
  • Special Goalie instruction
  • Competition Prizes and Raffle on the last day of camp!
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    At Xcelerate Nike Lacrosse Camps, our goal is to bring out the very best in every player we coach. In doing so, we focus our energies on building confidence and improving skills through innovative drills, small-sided games, position-specific training, and team driven competition. We encourage our campers to play hard, be creative, and have fun! At the end of the week, our campers leave with a higher lacrosse IQ, an enhanced skill set, new role models, new friends, and a true love of the game!

    PLEASE NOTE: We are limiting our enrollment numbers in 2021 due to the ongoing state and local covid regulation changes. As a result, we expect a high demand for all of our camper spots at each of our camp locations. If and when we reach our camper limit, a waiting list will be created.

    Day Camp (9:00AM to 3:00PM)

    CAMP LOCATION: Indianapolis World Sports Park

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    A detailed camper registration packet containing check-in location, health/release forms, emergency contact info, and a list of things to bring will be emailed to all registered campers prior to camp. Our health and release forms do not require a doctor's signature and they will be collected on the first day of camp. PLEASE NOTE: Lunch is not provided.


    • Monday, June 28th: Check-in between 8:30-9:00am. Pick up time is 3:00pm.
    • Tuesday, June 29th & Wednesday, June 30th: Drop off at 9:00am. Pick up is 3:00pm.
    • Thursday, July 1st: Drop off at 9:00am. On the final day there will be a closing ceremony at 2:45pm. Check-out will be immediately following the closing ceremony.
    • Daily Schedule: Day Camp (9:00AM to 3:00PM)
    • Please Note: Bring Lunch and a filled Water Bottle to Camp each day - Lunch is NOT provided.


    We have 2 sessions per day. A great deal of instruction takes place in the early part of the day, demonstrations and instruction mid-day, and games during the afternoon session. We also like to throw in a number of ‘fun’ activities throughout the week including our fastest shot contest and freestyle/skills competition.


    We have 3 Divisions in our Day Camps. Each division will have coaches providing instruction to campers that correlates with that particular grade and level of play.

    Grade based on 2021-2022 academic year:

    • High School A & B Division - Entering grades 9-12 in the Fall of 2021
    • Junior High Division - Entering grades 7-8 in the Fall of 2021
    • Rising Stars Division - Entering grades 5-6 in the Fall of 2021

    * At times we may have camps that are either smaller or larger in number which may lead us to adjust our divisions accordingly.


    Campers have the opportunity to pre-order an Xcelerate Nike t-shirt in the camp registration process through May 1st. You will receive items purchased on the first day at camp check-in.

    • Xcelerate Nike T-Shirt - Price: $30
    • T-Shirt Sizes Available in Adult Small, Medium, Large and X-Large


    Early Bird Discount: $50. (Available until February 27, 2021). You can call 1-800-645-3226 to receive the early bird discount over the phone or you can enter in the offer code XLR821 when registering via our secure website. The early bird discount cannot be combined with any other discount.

    Goalie Discount: $50. To ensure each session has enough goalies for drills and scrimmages, all goalies automatically qualify for a special $50 discount. You can call 1-800-645-3226 to receive the goalie discount over the phone or you can enter in the offer code XLGK50 when registering via our secure website. PLEASE NOTE: Once we’ve reached our quota of registered goalies the discount will no longer be available. The goalie discount cannot be combined with any other discount.

    Team Discount: $25. If five or more campers register together, each camper is eligible for a $25 discount. Please have a team contact reach out directly to the USSC office at 1-800-645-3226 to receive a discount code to identify your group. Campers may then register through the website at their convenience and apply the coupon code during check-out.

    Note: If qualified, you may choose ONLY ONE discount

    Sample Daily Schedule

    • 8:45 AMCampers Arrive
    • 9:00 AMStation Work, Drills, Position Work
    • NoonLunch
    • 1:00 PMSmall Group Scrimmages, Team Play
    • 2:00 PMTeam Instruction, Games
    • 3:00 PMCampers depart

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    Indianapolis World Sports Park

    The Indianapolis World Sports Park - located between E. Washington Street and Brookville Road, this 46-acre park is surrounded by beautiful, mature trees. Nestled in the park is a playground, basketball court, and banquet hall with meeting/event space that can accommodate events of almost any size plus 40-acres of multi-use athletic fields.

    Be the first to know when this camp is offered again!

    Please join our email list to be notified when this program is available for registration.

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    Carmel completes three-peat in INGLA girls 2A lacrosse state championship

    The Carmel Greyhounds (12-2) showed why they have been the top-ranked team in the state after beating the Hamilton Southeastern Royals 13-8 in Saturday’s Indiana Girls Lacrosse Association 2A state championship game.

    While the Royals set the tone early at Warren Central High School, scoring a goal in the first minute of the game, Carmel came roaring back with three quick ones of their own within the next five minutes. Tied at three, the Greyhound defense stepped up in a major way to close out the first half, holding Hamilton Southeastern to just one goal for the final 15 minutes.

    “All year they’ve been so sensational, they have really been the backbone of this team,”  Carmel head coach Joshua Miller said of his defenders. “They always say defense wins championships and it’s true. We’re led by some great players and they don’t ever look for credit. You know it’s defense, they just play hard for the love of the game.”

    Excellent play from the Carmel defense allowed the offense to go on a monstrous 7-1 run and dominate the time of possession. The Greyhounds championship DNA was on full display as they capped the first half with a major goal by All-American senior Hannah Kim with only 14 seconds on the clock.

    “It was massive for us, it was a huge lift,” Miller said. “Those momentum shifts are huge for our team. We can be an emotional group at times. I think everyone is during the heat of the game, and that was a big lift for us.”

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    Hamilton Southeastern made a valiant comeback effort with five goals in the second half, but two free shot goals from the Greyhounds made what was already an uphill battle insurmountable.

    Kim, Maddie McGarty and Julia Cherubini were dynamic for the Greyhounds as one of the three scored or assisted each of Carmel’s 13 goals.

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    A pack of Greyhounds received state and national awards after the game. Maddie McGarty as well as Kim and Cherubini were given All-Tournament and All-State recognition. McGarty was also named an All-American, and Kim completed the clean sweep receiving both All-American and Academic All-American honors.

    To top it off, Miller was given the Coach of the Year award for his third championship in as many seasons.

    “Not having a season last year was obviously really disappointing. The awards are nice but this is because of them," Miller said of his team. "It’s all because of them. They’re incredible lacrosse players, they out work everyone, and they’re always doing the extra stuff to play and get better.”

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    On June 5, the Hamilton Southeastern High School boys and girls lacrosse teams played Carmel in their respective championship matches of the boys and girls Class 2A Indiana High School Lacrosse Association state finals.

    The HSE boys defeated the visiting Greyhounds 10-6 to claim their second state title, while the girls lost 13-8 to Carmel at Warren Central finish runners-up.

    “I think (the results) show that HSE has strong lacrosse programs,” HSE girls coach Adrianne Wagner. “We have a great feeder program. We have great coaches that have dedicated themselves to the program. HSE is a force to be reckoned with.”

    The boys team has finished first or second in the state finals each of the last three seasons, with COVID-19 wiping out the 2020 season.

    “Not too long ago we were a club sport,” boys coach Scott Beesley said. “Back in 2016, we were still a club sport (now varsity). Since then, it’s just been tremendous the support that we’ve gotten from the school. Our athletic department responded well to how serious our guys and girls take this sport.”

    The HSE teams continue to benefit from a successful feeder program. The HSE boys U14 team beat Carmel for the U14 title.

    “I think they have seen the growth that HSE has had,” Wagner said of players on the feeder teams. “They are eager to get to the high school level and contribute, and the youth are practicing skills that will allow them to compete and be ready as freshmen.”

    The HSE girls lacrosse team after finishing runner-up against Carmel.

    On the HSE girls side, the Royals lose only four players to graduation. Moreover, two of the three leading scorers in the state title game were sophomores. They are Caitlin Carter, who had three goals, and Ellie Nawa, who had two.

    For the boys, defeating Carmel was especially sweet for Beesley. The Greyhounds are not only a county rival but are also members of what Beesley calls “the three Cs.”

    “Carmel, Cathedral and Culver, they are our big three rivals,” Beesley said. “Anytime we can beat them it’s a feather in our cap.”

    For the HSE boys, junior Louden Sundling had three goals in the title game earned offensive MVP honors. Senior teammate Evan Wang took home defensive MVP honors.

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