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Welcome to Snohomish Boys Lacrosse Club!

SBLC is a non-profit organization that serves youth boys in Snohomish County. The organization provides a program that is designed to not only teach the fundamentals and competencies of lacrosse but provide a solid foundation of sportsmanship, love of the game, teamwork and individualism, helping each player reach their fullest potential.

Our Club recently split, forming a new Glacier Peak Lacrosse Club. For more information, click here.

Here you will find informational updates regarding registration, practices, game schedules, and important information for your player. **Please login to the website periodically for updated information.**


SBLC Newsletter, 2017 #4

March 22, 2017

Almost a third into the season already, if you can believe it.


Lost Helmet

A helmet was found at CMS earlier in the week, and we still have not found the owner. If you're missing one, please email .


Facilities Reminder

Please help keep fields clean at games and pick up our trash.  We received a note from SSD about garbage at CMS after Saturday’s games. Also, no alcoholic beverages allowed on school grounds.

NSYL and WHSBLA rules require a Sideline Manager for each game and identified to the refs. Sideline Managers are responsible for being aware of spectators’ behavior and taking action if something seems out of line.


Coming June 17…

Our club is hosting a Totally Awesome 80s Dance Party. Ticket sales went live this afternoon through Eventbrite, and is open to anyone 21+. Bring a crowd.


Varsity Snohomish 10 – Cascade 6

The Varsity team opened Wesco Conference play last Thursday night with a 10-6 win over Cascade.

The Varsity plays Monroe tonight in another Wesco game. Faceoff is 8PM at Lake Stevens High School. Then on Friday, both JV and Varsity play their first road games of the season against Stanwood at Haller Middle School in Arlington.

STSPN, the local site that broadcasts many football and basketball games live on Youtube, is taking a little Twitter poll on lacrosse streaming this spring. Go give us some love.





Photos: Starla Roseen, Heidi Pike


JV Snohomish 4 – Burlington-Edison 5

In the JV squads first game on the season, the Panthers nearly came back from 0-4 halftime deficit with two goals each from DJ Shaw and Carl Wallace.




Photos: Starla Roseen


NSYL Week Three

Please continue to work with your team managers to fill all volunteer needs weekly.


3/4 Red 7 – Skagit Blue 3



Photos: Jen Crossen


5/6 Black 4 – Stanwood 4

From Coach Kevin Keith:

Snohomish Black had another good game. The team is elevating their play week by week and showing great hustle. We still need to work on making accurate passes and winning the ground ball battle. Avery Keith, Quentin Richer and I (The Coach!!) were honored by Stanwood. It was our toughest opponent to date; I feel great we managed a tie.

Coach Kevin




Photos: Starla Roseen


5/6 Red 1 – Everett Blue 7

From Coach Jim Milham:

5/6 Red played Everett Blue at Centennial Middle School. After falling behind early, the boys continued to battle right to the end, never hanging their heads. Game highlights: Ayden Oliver with 1 goal and 1 ground ball, Cole States 1 assist and 4 ground balls, Sami Flores with 6 ground balls, Mason Roseen with 7 ground balls, Colton Perry with 6 ground balls. Our goalies Gabe Ames (4 saves) and Daniel Holmes (5 saves) did a great job keeping us in the game.

Coach Jim




Photos: Marianne Ames


7/8 Black 11 – Everett 0

From Coach Brett Wynne:

The boys came out to play last weekend shutting out Everett 11-0!  On the offensive side of the ball they took advantage of fast breaks and broken plays moved the ball quickly.  Defensively we came out with a game plan and it worked to a T!  Shout out this week to our d-poles Errol,

Sylas, Carson and Cado for shutting down their attack making it almost impossible to get a good shot on goal.



Photos: Susan Scott


7/8 Red 11 – Mukilteo 3

From Coach Charlie Green:

7-8 Red posted their first win of the season against Mukilteo.  The boys are coming together and playing as a team.  Our defense stood strong only allowing 3 goals.  On offense we had 4 different goals scorers.  Great game Red.

Coach Charlie




Photos: Lisa Gerber


Club Fundraisers Update


Turn in tickets by March 24th to get an entry into the drawing for a custom stick. ALL TICKETS MUST BE TURNED IN BY MARCH 31ST!

If you need more tickets to sell, contact

Custom Snolax Logo Sign Raffle

One of our high school parents has donated this one-of-a-kind metal Snolax logo sign, and our High School Boosters will be raffling it at our last home game May 5. Tickets are $20 each sold at home HS games throughout the season, and you must be present on May 5th to win.


SwagStore Open Through March 31

The final SwagStore opening of the season now through March 31. Orders will be delivered by April 21, in time for 3 Rivers.


Molly Perry


Upcoming Events

March 22 – 8:00PM

Varsity vs. Monroe


March 24 – 6:00PM

JV @ Stanwood

Haller Middle School

March 24 – 8:00PM

Varsity @ Stanwood

Haller Middle School

March 25 – 10:00AM

K2 vs. Stanwood & Everett


March 25 – 10:30AM

7/8 Red @ Bellingham Black

Squalicum HS

March 25 – 11:00AM

3/4 Red vs. Stanwood


March 25 – 12:00PM

7/8 Black @ Bellingham Gold

Squalicum HS

March 25 – 12:30PM

5/6 Red vs. Everett Black


March 25 – 2:30PM

5/6 Black vs. Everett Blue


March 29 – 5:00PM

JV @ Jackson

Kasch Park

March 29 – 7:00PM

Varsity @ Jackson

Kasch Park


See a full gallery of the photos used in this newsletter and more at https://leagueathletics.com/Pictures.asp?album=16638&team=0&n=&org=SNOLAX.COM

Lots more gets posted to Instagram @Sno_Lax too.

by posted 03/22/2017
SwagStore Open 3/18 - 3/31/17

Our team SwagStore is open again now through March 31, with orders ready by April 21 in time for 3 Rivers. 


Windows stickers also available from team managers, $5 each.

by posted 03/19/2017
SBLC Newsletter, 2017 #3


The original version gave an incorrect time for Thursday's JV game. The JV plays at 6:00PM at GHPS versus Burlington-Edison.


March 15, 2017

Right on to the Week 3 Newsletter


Snohomish 2 – Woodinville 13

The varsity team opened their season last night with a non-league game against 4A #1 ranked Woodinville. Varsity and JV play again tomorrow (Thursday) night at Glacier Peak.

From Coach Coté:

Thank you parents and booster who helped get us on the field for the first game. More help is needed on game days for field prep. Need at least 15 parents to help tape.

Good effort on the field. Team was led by newly minted captains, Seniors Alex Wartes and Nolan Harris. We will improve each and every game. JV starts their season tomorrow versus Burlington-Edison JV at 6:30 followed by a WESCO division varsity match-up against Cascade. Hoping for a good crowd.




Photos: Marianne Ames, Starla Roseen



NSYL Week Two

Please continue to work with your team managers to fill all volunteer needs weekly.


3/4 Red 4 – Skagit Grey 4


5/6 Black 17 – North County 6

From Coach Kevin Keith:

Snohomish Black had another fun and exciting game. We had excellent contributions across the board. Everybody played with the hustle and heart that Snohomish Lacrosse expects. Our leading goal scorer was Cohen Cook with 4 goals and 2 assists. There were also many first time goals and assists, including goals by Bailey Cook, Kelton Roff-Summers, Nathan Castillo and assist by Mekhi Brenberger. Our defense stepped up again with Fletcher Stephens and Wil Henderson getting the player honors.

Coach Kevin






Photos: Starla Roseen


5/6 Red 4 – Skagit Grey 3



Photos: Starla Roseen


7/8 Black 6 – Stanwood White 6

From Coach Brett Wynne:

We faced Starwood this week battling back and forth ending in a 6-6 tie.  Shout out to Ethan Harris with 4 goals and 2 assists and Dominic Smith standing tall in goal making some key saves to keep us in the game!


7/8 Red 5 – Glacier Peak 9

From Coaches Chad Taylor & Charlie Green:

So much fun yet bittersweet to play against our GP Brothers. Thank you to our 8th graders who stepped up to help out and keeping us in the game. At no time was there ever one boy who was hanging their head low but instead they battled it out until the bitter end. Proud of every boy out there for giving it every bit that they had, this is what Coach Charlie & myself like to see! Additional Shout-Out to Ian Coté as our STUD IN GOAL!

Coach Chad


Played Glacier Peak for the first time last Saturday. Glacier Peak got the win in the first rivalry game. It was great to have so many kids who had grown up together playing lacrosse on the field at one time. After the game Coach Meldrom of Glacier Peak said, "It was like playing your brother." We want to thank some of the 7/8 Black players for helping us out as many of our players were missing. Our boys showed improvement in the game and we look forward seeing more improvements each week. Ian Coté stood tall in goal against a great group of midfielders from Glacier Peak and made 14 saves during the game. GO SNOHOMISH!

Coach Charlie



Photos: Kari Taylor



Club Fundraisers Update


Each player should now have their packets with 15 tickets. Tickets are $10 each. Tickets and money must be returned by March 31st.

Incentive prizes for turning tickets in early and selling MORE than 15 tickets. 

TOP Seller from each team = $50 Amazon gift card.

TOP Seller Club Wide = $100 Lacrosse Rebounder

QUESTIONS - Susan Scott 



Coach Coté is challenging his High School players to sell 50 or more raffle tickets. Anyone who does - Coach Coté and Coach Jones will take them to dinner Outback!


Custom Snolax Logo Sign Raffle

One of our high school parents has donated this one-of-a-kind metal Snolax logo sign, and our High School Boosters will be raffling it at our last home game May 5. Tickets are $20 each sold at home HS games throughout the season, and you must be present on May 5th to win.


SwagStore Orders Note

We have heard that some of the lettering is coming off some of the Snolax swag wear that was purchased through the team store and SnapDOG Printing. We are sorry to hear this and want to make it right. Please bring your items(s) back to SnapDOG no later than Friday, March 24th and we will repress it. Usually if this happens it'll be after the first wash. Again we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Molly Perry


Upcoming Events


March 16 – 6:00PM *

JV vs. Burlington-Edison


March 16 – 8:00PM

Varsity vs. Cascade


March 18 – 8:45AM

3/4 Red @ Skagit Blue

Sedro-Wooley HS

March 18 – 10:00AM

5/6 Black vs. Stanwood


March 18 – 12:00PM

7/8 Black vs. Everett


March 18 – 2:00PM

5/6 Red vs. Everett Blue


March 18 – 4:00PM

7/8 Red vs. Mukilteo



Correction made


See a full gallery of the photos used in this newsletter and more at https://leagueathletics.com/Pictures.asp?album=16623&team=0&n=&org=SNOLAX.COM

by posted 03/15/2017
SBLC Newsletter, 2017 #1

March 1, 2017

Good afternoon, Snolax Families. Welcome to the 2017 season, and the first of our weekly newsletters that will run through May. These newsletters will be our chance to catch up with all 8 Snolax teams; share club news; and also some features. We really enjoy showing what our players are doing off the field. Ideas are always appreciated, please send to .


NSYL Jamboree 2017

The third annual North Sound Youth Lacrosse league jamboree took place last Saturday at GPHS, ably hosted by our friends at Glacier Peak Lacrosse.

SBLC had five teams in the jamboree, all eager to play against someone in a different jersey for the first time this spring. We also had several of our high school players getting on-field referee training.




Photos: Nicole Graafstra



5/6 Black

From Coach Kevin Keith:

It was a great kick-off to the 2017 Season; high energy and fun out there today. All my boys did great and showed maximum effort. A special call out to Quentin, who was a rock in goalie, and to all my new players for getting their first game behind them! We have a lot to work on going forward but the future is bright. Go Snohomish Black!!

Coach Kevin



Photos: Starla Roseen


5/6 Red

From Coach Mark Perry:

I am so proud of the boys. They played hard and worked together as a team. Here are a few game stats. We had eight players with a total of twelve shots. We had twelve players with a total of twenty seven ground balls. Wil Henderson with an assist. Cole States in his first game with his first career goal. This shows we have a team that works together. This shows we have a selfless team willing to help each other out. We have come a long way in only seven practices. Great Job 5/6 Red! See you Tuesday. We got work to do.

Coach Mark


Photos: Starla Roseen, Marianne Ames


7/8 Black & Red

From Coach Brett Wynne:

It was great to get back out on the field this last weekend!  It was good to see our veteran players to our brand new contribute on the field.  Looking forward to playing at Lake Stevens High School this weekend to kick off the season!

Quick side note on that, 7/8 Black’s game Saturday will be our first youth game in at least four years at Lake Stevens High School. This is a great chance to invite Lake friends to check out a game. It’s a particularly special homecoming for Coach Brett who played football and soccer at Lake Stevens.


Photos: Kari Taylor


K/1/2 Gearing Up

Coach Ray Riojas and the mighty K/1/2 kids will be practicing for the first time next Tuesday. We have great numbers with this group, which is the future of our club.


High School Begins

At the other end of the age spectrum, our high school team also started practice this week under Coach Chris Coté and our fullest high school staff in years, perhaps ever. And the staff is enjoying our largest team since 2013, even after our split with GP.

Coach Coté notes, “We’re very excited to be back at high school ball.  The boys brought a lot of enthusiasm last night.  Our first game at GPHS on March 14 against Woodinville.  We need a big crowd.”




Photos: Starla Roseen, Club



Club Fundraisers Update

We have two major fundraisers this season and the first one can be started now - and I know that some have already started!!!

We have done this fundraiser the past three years and it is a great way to raise money, spring clean and NOT sell anything!!!! All you have to do is clean out closets and drawers of old clothes, shoes, bedding, etc. Then ask your friends and family to do the same. It is the easiest way to make money for the club.

I am attaching a flyer for you to distribute and share with your friends and family. The information will also be on the SNOLAX website.

Please start collecting now! Hit up relatives, neighbors, Schools (lost & found items), dry cleaners, Laundromats, nursing homes, daycares, etc. Possibilities are endless!!!

Clothes/textiles do NOT need to be in good condition, bleached, torn or full of holes is all good for this fundraiser. Socks that have lost their match, towels, bedding, shoes, purses, belts - we NEED it all.

COLLECTION Day will be May 6 at Snohomish High School. That is one Saturday when the Snohomish youth teams all have home games and we will have the collection truck at SHS.

FOR NOW - get the word out to your friends & family to start cleaning out closets!!!!

Costco Gift Card Raffle 2017

Our 2017 raffle starts next week with packets going out to families. Tickets are due back on March 29, and first of 10 prize drawings start on April 10. This another area where we could use another couple volunteers to help with distributing and collecting packets.

Questions - contact Susan Scott our club fundraiser coordinator at fundraising@snolax.com


Merchandising Is Where It’s At

Just ask Star Wars. Our team swag store will open again in late March or early April, with delivery in time for Three Rivers (see below).

And our window stickers are returning soon, including the traditional design and a new Panther Lacrosse logo. Stickers are selling for $5 each, and will be available from team managers or Molly Perry. Sign me up for 5.


Three Rivers Shootout

One of the most fun things we do as a club is the annual Three Rivers Shootout in Kennewick, April 29 & 30. Coaches and team managers have been gauging interest over the past couple weeks, and it sounds as though we’ll have another great contingent making the trip. More details will be forthcoming, but it’s never too soon to make your hotel reservations. Molly Perry has secured a room block at the Pasco Red Lion, where we’ve stay the last couple trips.

Hotel: Red Lion Inn - Pasco

Each individual guest must make their own reservations by calling 1-800-RED-LION (1-800-733-5466) by Friday, April 7, 2017.  They must identify themselves as members of Snohomish Lacrosse.

Group Code: SNOH0428 (zero428)

Premium Guest Room Two Queen Beds    $119.00 + tax. This rate includes the Breakfast Buffet.


General Club News & Notes

Communications – Anything related to specific teams and schedules will always come through our LeagueAthletics service, which sends out emails, texts and mobile app notifications. If you think you might not be getting these, please first check your Snolax.com account preferences, which does have options to send no emails or text messages. Clubwide announcements, such as this humble newsletter, get posted to the frontpage of Snolax.com and emailed. We do try to balance getting information out to our members against bombarding everyone with emails. General interest things we find often get posted to our Club Facebook page. The high school team has a dedicated Facebook page too. Finally, we have a Club Twitter @sno_lax, and an Instagram @sno_lax. Some, but not all, Instagram pictures get cross-posted to Facebook, so definitely follow that account.

Club Growth — Despite back-to-back years of splitting the Club (Girls in 2015, GP in 2016), SBLC grew 50% from 2016 in terms of Snohomish/Lake Stevens players. We have 44 first-year players this season and a several more who have returned.

Lake Stevens High School Lacrosse — And speaking of splits, WHSBLA has mandated that Lake Stevens must be an independent high school team for the Spring 2019 season. We will be sad to see our Vikings go, and yet we look forward to an even bigger Wesco Lacrosse conference. Several Lake parents have already started the groundwork, and there’s even a Facebook page. If you would like to help, email and we’ll get you connected.

Current opinion seems to be to keep Lake Stevens youth players (K-8) under the Snohomish Lacrosse program for the near future.

Flexibility — One of the big downsides of the split with GP has been cutting down our available practice space. That moves to another level in March with the additional of all school spring sports, plus our high school team, and the Girls club practices. We’ve been practicing at new fields this year, and that will continue. Long-timers know to expect the unexpected, and we thank you for your patience.

Thank Yous — All of the board, boosters and volunteers have put in a lot of effort over the past six months in this transition period preparing for the spring. I’d like to spotlight two people who are more behind-the-scenes in that they’re not coaches or team managers. Kier Keith, club field scheduler, has gone above and beyond working through the aforementioned fields issue, for not only this year but for the future. Kier formed new relationships with the city and county parks & rec departments informing them of our needs as new facilities are being planned. Jacob Brown, club equipment manager, handled the division of hard assets with GP over the summer and then went right to work getting our existing equipment repaired and new purchased. All fall and winter, Jacob strung goals, built game kits, outfitted goalies, and hauled gear from one end of the county to the other. Thank you, Kier and Jacob, for putting in the work for our kids.


Upcoming Events

March 4 – 9:00AM

7/8 Red @ Everett

Kasch Park

March 4 – 10:00AM

3/4 @ GP


March 4 – 12:00PM

5/6 Red @ GP


March 4 – 1:30PM

5/6 Black @ Edmonds

Woodway HS

March 4 – 4:00PM

7/8 Black vs. Monroe Black


March 7 – 6:30PM

SBLC Board Meeting

Todo Mexico, Snohomish

March 14 – 6:30PM

JV & Varsity vs. Woodinville



Mobile App & Social Media

If you haven’t yet already, get the Snolax.com mobile app for iOS and Android. Up-to-date game and practice schedules, numerical rosters, team contact information, and push notifications, right there on your phone.

We’ve also got Instagram & Twitter accounts @sno_lax. Use the #snolax hashtag


That should do it for our first weekly newsletter. Future installments should be shorter now that we have some first of season out of the way. If you have feedback or something you’d like to see for next week, let us know, .

See a full gallery of the photos used in this newsletter and more at https://leagueathletics.com/Pictures.asp?album=16577&team=0&n=&org=SNOLAX.COM

by posted 03/01/2017
2017 Boys Youth Parent Meeting

We had a great turnout for the parent’s meeting this last Saturday.  Thank you for all those that showed up and welcome to all the new members!

We covered some important information that we hope were helpful.  Parent support is key to making this club a successful and enjoyable experience for the boys.

The Power Point presentation is attached for your convenience with all the important information that we covered such as volunteer information, important dates, NSYL guidelines and schedules.

The link for SBLC fan wear is on our homepage. You can also access it here for your convenience. http://www.snapdogprinting.com/default.asp

Please keep in mind that the last day for order is 02/10/2017 with pickup at 815 Ave. D in Snohomish on 2/24/2017

If you find that there is something that is not addressed in the slides, please feel free to email anyone of the Board Members and we will be pleased to help you.

Have a great season and look forward to seeing all of you!



by posted 01/31/2017
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by posted 03/12/2015
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