Sunday, the Board of the Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation approved a plan to structure the 2021 high school season into two separate tracks. One track for those boys’ and girls’ high schools which can play a season more in line with a standard WLF high school season and programs which may be limited due to mandated start dates or facilities limitations.
Both the girls’ and boys’ games will be divided into the following high school season tracks.
Each conference will have its own postseason tournament with a champion crowned from each to tentatively be played 6/18/21-6/19/21 at Carroll University. Each conference will also have its own All-State Selection Process.
“We have spent a great deal of time talking with coaches and ADs from around the state. While our plan may not be perfect, the WLF has attempted to do what is in the best interest of our student-athletes, member programs and lacrosse at a statewide level at a very challenging time,” said Erin Ennis, WLF President.
The WLF board requests that member programs are flexible and understanding of the constantly changing landscape surrounding school districts and modifications made related to COVID and the sports seasons.
All current and future planning are subject to school, local and state health recommendations and laws.
Further details on the 2021 high school lacrosse season will be outlined over the next few days.
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