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Liberty Hill Lacrosse

About our Program                 

The Lacrosse Club came into existence because we saw the need to bring this amazing sport to the community of Liberty Hill. Liberty Hill Lacrosse is a 501c(3) that is dedicated to the growth of youth lacrosse in our school district. We are committed to providing a safe and enjoyable playing experience. While we are competitive, we do not promote a “we have to win” philosophy. We are here to grow the sport and have fun doing it. 

Liberty Hill Lacrosse is comprised of students from the LHISD. We accept players who reside within the boundaries set by the Texas High School Lacrosse League. We have just completed our inaugural season where we won the Don Carnes Sportsmanship Award from the Central Texas Lacrosse Officials Association. We are now keeping the momentum going and are excited to move into our summer leagues for middle school and high school boys. (if you have a daughter that is interested in playing over the summer contact Coach Bok and he will put you in touch with the right people)

Our summer league games will be held at Anderson High School. During the spring season home games will be played at the Old Panther Stadium located at Liberty Hill Elementary school. The most up-to-date schedule information will be listed in TeamSnap. 


 If you have any questions or are interested in helping please email us at 


Just click on the top left lines to find the registration page.

Summer Registration is now open


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Lake Travis Lacrosse Festival JUNE 9th – JUNE 11th 

Bitter Round Rock Tournament JUNE 24th & JUNE 25th 




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Stores that carry lacrosse equipment 

*Dicks Sporting Goods- Cedar Park, Georgetown, Austin

*Academy Sports- Cedar Park, Georgetown, Austin 

*Lacrosse Unlimited- 6203 N Capitol of Texas Hwy #250 Austin (512) 732-0002

*Play it Again Sports- 4211S Lamar Blvd A1, Austin (512) 444-2270



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There are 10 playes allowed on the field – 3 attack, 3 middies, 3 defenders and 1 goalie

There can be a maximum of 4 long poles onthebfield per team

A lacrosse ball may not touch the hand of any player except the goalie

To avoid an offsides penalty, there must be four players behind the defensive – area line (when not in a man-down situation) 

No opposingnplayer can make contact with the goalie or the goalie’s stick when the goalie is in the goal crease area

Play is stopped immediately when the ball goes out of bounds 

The official length of a lacrosse field is 110-120 yards max in length and 53 1/3 -60 yards in width


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Team Rosters

Coming Soon...


Interested in Coaching/Volunteering?

Liberty Hill Lacrosse runs on volunteer effort. Nothing is better than knowing your efforts are DIRECTLY helping your child and other kids in the program. Want to feel like you are making a difference? Let us know! We always need help. 

Worried about knowledge in order to start coaching?? We will need parent coaches for the younger teams. Our Head coach has training andncoachingnmaterials created for the younger teams. Parents you will be trained. Coach will hold a training session on thengame for parents and you will understand the game even if you are a first timers. Your child will play for free if you signnup to coach a team. 

Email- for more information

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About US

Liberty Hill Lacrosse Club was founded in 2022 to promote the growth of lacrosse, the benefits of lacrosse and to make lacrosse available to students within the boundaries of the Liberty Hill Independent School District.