Things to Know: Trabuco Hills Girls Lacrosse

The Trabuco Hills girls lacrosse has been a model of consistency as the program enters its second decade.  Year and year out, the Mustangs produce winning teams and quality players.  Five things to know about the 2017 Trabuco Hills Mustangs.

Ten for Ten

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Not only have the Mustangs made the local playoffs in all their 10 years as
a varsity program, they’ve won 1st round games four consecutive years. Only
three other teams (Mater Dei, Beckman and Foothill) have made the
quarterfinals each year 2013-16!

Home Field Advantage

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You may not want to schedule a game at Trabuco Hills. The Mustangs are 28-4
at home the past four years, losing at home just once in each season since
2013 by a combined five goals.

All-League Experience


For 2017, Mustangs return four All-South Coast League honorees:
First-teamers — Juliet Mooney, junior attack, and Hennessey Evans,
sophomore midfielder — and second-teamers — Audie Shutler, junior defender
and Ashley Bell, senior goalie

Consistency on the Sidelines
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The Mustangs have had just two coaches in 10 years: Scott Mann, 2007 to
2010, and Scott Leong, since 2011 and returning for 2017!

Sticks and Stones

Trabuco Hills Girls Lacrosse Hosts Sticks and Stones

The Mustangs will celebrate the 10th year of their annual junior varsity
tournament, March 17-18, 2017! Last year, Trabuco Hills won its first
divisional title at their own tournament. Details are at