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Cade Rogers, Oaks Christian

Cade Rogers Named Marmonte League MVP

Junior Cade Rogers of league co-champion Oaks Christian was named Most...

Gaffney’s Five Keeps Loyola’s Four-Peat Hopes Alive

Owen Gaffney (5g) led second-ranked Loyola's potent offensive attack to a...
Oaks Christian Boys Lacrosse 2019

Oaks Christian Reaches Final Four for Second Time

Third-seeded Oaks Christian advanced to the LA Championship Tournament semifinals for...
Palos Verdes, Loyola, Harvard Westlake, Oaks Christian

PV Voted a Unanimous No. 1 in Final Coaches Poll

On the even of the 2019 LA Lacrosse Foundation Postseason Tournament...

Lions Down Westlake, Claim Share of Marmonte Title

Fourth-ranked Oaks Christian earned a share of the Marmonte League championship...

Westlake Storms Past City Rival Oaks Christian in Upset

While temperatures were cool in Westlake Village on Wednesday night, sixth-ranked...
Palos Verdes vs. Oaks Christian

Top 10 Holds Steady in LA Boys Coaches Poll

There were no changes in the Top 10 of the MaxLaxLA...

8-0 Run Propels Palos Verdes Past Oaks Christian

An 8-0 run from the end of the second quarter deep...
Oaks Christian boys lacrosse 2018

Lions, Wolverines Move Up in LA Boys Coaches Poll

Oaks Christian and Harvard Westlake moved up in the Week 4...
Presley Regier, Oaks Christian

No. 3 Oaks Christian Boys Cruise Past Calabasas

Third-ranked Oaks Christian ran out to a 6-0 lead against visiting Calabasas and cruised to a 20-7 Marmonte League victory that saw no fewer than a dozen Lions players mark a tally on the scoresheet.
Palos Verdes boys lacrosse

LA Coaches Poll Produces New No. 1

The undefeated Palos Verdes Sea Kings moved past three-time defending section champion Loyola in the MaxLaxLA coaches poll after being listed first (11 votes) or second (18 votes) on all 29 ballots submitted.

Spaeth, Rogers fuel red-hot Oaks Christian over Chaminade

Spring came early on a beautiful afternoon for lacrosse Tuesday in West Hills where No. 3 Oaks Christian (5-0) remained hot and defeated yet another top-five team, this time a 10-8 road win at No. 5 Chaminade (3-2).