The following clubs have
LeagueAthletics.com websites that are networked with Greater Eastside Lacrosse League for contact information, schedules, results, and standings.
Auburn Youth Lacrosse (WA)
"Washington Auburn youth lacrosse sports"
Cedarcrest Lacrosse Club
"Boys' lacrosse, serving students in the Riverview School District: Duvall and Carnation Washington."
Issaquah Lacrosse Club
"Official website for Issaquah Lacrosse Club (ILC).
ILC is a Non-Profit Organization offering lacrosse programs for boys in Kindergarten - High School."
"Boys lacrosse for kids that live in the Juanita High School learning community, Kirkland Washington #GoRebels #wearejuan"
Lake Washington Lacrosse
"Lake Washington Lacrosse of Kirkland Washington. #GOKANGS #LWLAX"
Liberty Lacrosse Club
"Boys Lacrosse Renton Washington"
Mount Si Lacrosse Club
"Mount Si Lacrosse Club serves youth and high school lacrosse players in the Snoqualmie Valley."
"Newport Lacrosse in Bellevue, WA serves boys grades K-12 living or attending school within the Newport High School attendance boundary. Newport Lacrosse plays in the KingCo Conference and the Greater Eastside Lacrosse League (GELL). "
Northshore Lacrosse Club
"Northshore Lacrosse develops K-12 youth in the sport of field lacrosse in Washington State's Northshore School District (Bothell Lacrosse, Inglemoor Lacrosse, and North Creek Lacrosse). Skills are easily transferable from Basketball, Soccer, and Hockey."
Redmond Lacrosse Club
"Redmond Lacrosse Club is provides an opportunity for our student athletes to learn to play competitive lacrosse and "Honor The Game"."
Sammamish Interlake Lacrosse Club
"OUR MISSION...Foster the sport of lacrosse in a safe, fun, enthusiastic, and competitive environment to all interested boys grades 3-12 in the footprint serving Sammamish and Interlake High Schools."
Woodinville Boys Lacrosse
"The Woodinville Lacrosse Club, established in 2010 is dedicated to promoting lacrosse by providing our student athletes the opportunity to learn the fundamentals and develop their skills while fielding competitive teams and honoring the game."