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  • High School Lacrosse Information Meeting presentation 
  • HS Registration is OPEN.  1/8 - 2/15 ($50 late fee after 2/8)
  • Weekly "Captains Practices" (optional, player-led) on the Sunset HS turf on Saturdays 12:00-1:30pm through February 13. All players (all grades, all teams) are encouraged to play if they are available.  Full gear is required. 


  • Get your Portland Clinic ImPACT Concussion testing done now! Details here and here. If you are a Youth player, please identify yourself as a Sunset YOUTH lacrosse player. If you are a High School player, please identify yourself as a Sunset High School lacrosse player.   Sunset Youth or HS lacrosse programs respectively will be covering the $10 cost with the Portland Clinic. 
  • Schedule an appointment - 503-293-0161 x 4036


Cascade Lacrosse has reached an agreement with the National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE) on a solution for the recently decertified Cascade R helmet.

Please see their web site - - for full details and for more information on completing the Cascade R modification process.

No Sunset Youth or HS player will be allowed to participate this season if they are wearing a Cascade R helmet that has not been made compliant per Cascades re-certification modification process.

To avoid any delays to getting your helmet repaired and returned to you, please get your helmet modified through Cascade right away!


Please read the very important message below and links to information regarding Warrior Regulator and Cascade Model R helmets. If your player uses one of these helmets PLEASE READ.

“The National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment has voided the manufacturers’ NOCSAE® certification for the Warrior Regulator and the Cascade Model R lacrosse helmets.”  

Please read both Warrior and Cascade manufacturer’s statements to determine the proper next steps for your player. 

Cascade Warrior Statement

NOCSAE Decertification Statement and Frequently Asked Questions

New York Times article (December 5, 2015) - "Safety Organization Deems Popular Helmet Models Unsuitable for Play"