LA WDNT Squad Claims Division Title at Nationals

The Los Angeles entry in the Women's Developmental National Tournament went 2-1 in pool play, then beat New Hampshire/Vermont II in double-overtime to claim...

Westlake’s Tilton Earns 2nd Marmonte League MVP Honor

Junior of league-champion Westlake was named Most Valuable Player on the girls All-Marmonte League team for the second year in a row....

Merchant Powers Palos Verdes Past Westlake in Semis

Senior scored five goals, four of them in the second half Saturday, and junior goalie made seven critical saves after...

No.2 Westlake Coasts into Third Meeting with No.7 Newbury

The second-seeded lacrosse team jumped out to a 14-0 halftime lead Tuesday and cruised to a 22-4 first-round playoff win over No....

Tilton, Follette Help Red-Hot Warriors Survive Late PV Surge

Despite a second-half offensive surge from second-ranked Palos Verdes, No. 3 Westlake held off the visiting Sea Kings 21-17 on Wednesday behind outstanding offensive...

Westlake Girls Pull Away from Newbury Park, 18-12

The third-ranked Westlake Warriors outscored visiting No. 8 Newbury Park 11-5 in the second half Tuesday, pulling away from a 7-7 halftime to tie...

Blanton Backstops Westlake Girls to 19-7 Win

Senior goalie blanked visiting Thousand Oaks in the second half Friday, helping No. 3 Westlake to a 19-7 Marmonte League victory over...

Sullivan Sparks Westlake Girls Past Oak Park

Trailing No. 11 Oak Park 10-8 at halftime, No. 3 Westlake moved senior captain to the draw circle, sparking a turnaround and...

No. 3 Westlake Outlasts No. 7 Crescenta Valley

In their first game without senior captain on Wednesday, the fifth-ranked Westlake Warriors beat No. 7 Crescenta Valley 16-15 in a hard-fought,...

No. 3 Westlake Girls Beat No. 5 West Ranch 19-7

Last spring, West Ranch ended Westlake's season with a one-goal upset in the LA championship playoffs. With that fueling their performance, the second-ranked Warriors...

Stanford Alums Munoz, Kim to Lead LA WDNT

The LA Lacrosse Foundation announced that former Stanford players Lyndsey Munoz and will lead the coaching staff for the 2019 Los Angeles Women's Developmental National Team.

Murphy, Eagles stun No. 2 Westlake in overtime thriller

After a tough 16-11 loss to Trabuco Hills Thursday, the No. 4 Santa Margarita Eagles (6-1) head back to Orange County with county bragging...