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Boys' Lacrosse

Mercersburg boys lacrosse playing Kiski.

Mercersburg’s rich tradition of lacrosse spans more than five decades. The alumni body features former captains at Cornell, collegiate All-Americans, and former National High School Coach of the Year Jack Crawford.

Our successful foundation includes fundamentals, hard work, discipline, and a desire to compete; skill, speed, and teamwork; and offseason clinics and individual workouts.

Over the last several years, alumni have played at a number of colleges, including Bowdoin, Colorado, Dickinson, Hartwick, Holy Cross, Jacksonville, Muhlenberg, Sewanee, and Washington & Lee.

Mercersburg’s lacrosse program utilizes four of the school’s 10 athletic fields, reserving two for practices and two for games only. Upper Field, used for contests, is considered one of the premier natural turf playing fields in the region.

The program believes in giving back to the sport of lacrosse. Through local clinics and international trips to help grow the game, players have a chance to lend their experience and wisdom to younger players in the game.


Mercersburg lacrosse player takes a shot on Kiski.

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Hard work.

The Mercersburg athletic program provides a challenging, supportive, instructive, and enjoyable experience that fosters the development of character, leadership, and teamwork.

Fair play.

We provide a transformative, competitive, growth experience for every student that inspires passions and pursuits, leading them to reach their highest level of accomplishment and fulfillment. 

Clean life.

We compete with character and integrity. Our student-athletes contribute with work ethic and accountability, and lead with service and by example. Mercersburg teams face challenges with resilience and grit, and appreciate opportunities with commitment and unity.