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Welcome to BHLC

Boise High Lacrosse Club is a club sport team affiliated with Boise High School.  We have participants in Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Middle School divisions.

About Boise High Athletics


We champion the development of lacrosse in our community in collaboration with the IDAHO LACROSSE ASSOCIATION and the IDAHO HIGH SCHOOL LACROSSE LEAGUE (IHSLL).



2022 Spring Season Registration is open now through Feb 1.


**January 1, 2022 Equipment Mandate In Affect**

Effective January 1, 2022, shoulder pads for all boys’ field players must be designed for lacrosse and meet NOCSAE standard ND200.  

All chest protectors and shoulder pads must contain the NOCSAE logo and SEI certification mark on both the packaging and the product to be legal for play.

After January 1, 2022, players that don't have equipment that meets this new standard will be held out of practices and games.

Additional information on this change and FAQ can be found on the USA Lacrosse website.




2022 Spring Kick-off Meeting

We are planning to have an informational meeting for both the Middle School and High School teams on Tuesday January 11th at 6PM in the Boise High School cafeteria.  The meeting will be for players (returning and prospective) as well as parents.  The intent of the meeting is to go over the plan and to answer any questions that there may be about the upcoming season.  The Board of Directors and Coaching Staff will be in attendance to ensure that we cover as much as possible.  The meeting is not mandatory but we highly encourage you to attend as we need to cover a lot of topics and don't want anyone to miss out.


Key bullet points from the meeting.  If you have any questions, please let us know.

  1. Shooter Shirt Order:  We are placing an order for customer shooter shirts tomorrow January 13th so we need each player's size.  The shirts will have their last name on them and due to lead-times, there's no time to wait. Respond to this email ASAP with your son's size and last name if you haven't done so already.
  2. Registration:  Get registered ASAP.  Here is the link:  If the cost of registration is prohibitive, please let the Board know and we'll work something out.
  3. Expectations:  We will be following all of the school's expectations for athletes, including but not limited to academic performance/eligibility standards, conduct/disciplinary expectations, drug and alcohol, etc.  We will be drug testing all players prior to tryouts and will conduct random testing during the season. 
  4. Shoulder pads.  Make sure that you have 2022 compliant pads. 
  5. Informal practices:  Starting soon with the coaches for all ages.  Focus will be on fitness. Be watching for an email in the coming days with details.
  6. High School Tryouts:  Feb 22-24th at Taft Elementary.  All high school players need to attend.
  7. Schedule:  High School season: March 4th through May 21st. Games will be during the week. April 30th: Twin Falls one day tournament for Varsity only.  Middle School season:  March 5th through Early May.  Games will be on Saturdays.  No games the week of Spring Break.  Schedules will be posted to SportsEngine as soon as possible.
  8. Referees: The league is in jeopardy of canceling games if we don't get more people to be referees.  Boise High needs to give back to the league and support this shortage.  If you are interested or know someone who is, reach out to us and we will get you in contact with IOLA.  Training is scheduled for Feb 12th at BSU. 
  9. Volunteers:  As with all seasons, we need volunteers for each game to be scorer, spotter, time keeper and field prep.  Bo Wilmer will be leading the charge throughout the season. More info to come but like with the referee shortage, we need people to step up and help out.  More to come. 
  10. Turf Field Fundraising: Boise High will be kicking off the school-wide fundraising campaign for the new turf field.  The need is $600k and we are hopeful that the lacrosse community can help achieve this goal. 
  11. Faculty Advisor:  Mr. Perotto has graciously offered to be our faculty advisor and we are so grateful that he's a part of the program.  When you see him in the hallway or around town, give him a high five and say "thank you".