Boys' lacrosse, serving students in the Riverview School District: Duvall and Carnation Washington.

Welcome to Cedarcrest Lacrosse!

What are we?

Cedarcrest Lacrosse, or "CLAX," is a new club serving students 1st-12th grades in the Riverview School district: Duvall and Carnation, Washington. Spring 2021 will be our fifth season.

Who are we?

Parents, coaches, fans of the game. All of us have kids who play or have played lacrosse.

Who can play?

Any kid who lives within the Riverview School District boundaries. See our boundaries page for more info. We are part of a boys lacrosse league, and play under boys lacrosse rules; however girls are welcome to play as well - particularly at the lower levels. All players are welcome - no experience required.

Any questions?

We're sure there will be a few! We will update this site whenever we have news to share. You can contact us by email, , or by joining our Facebook page and posting your questions there.

2022 Season Registration Open

Registration is now open for our Spring 2022 season! See our registration page for more details.


New this year: Uniforms will no longer have to be purchased! Last year's jerseys are for you to keep & will no longer be usuable for the upcoming season (new logo & look). The club will now rent out jerseys & practice pinnies at the start of the season. These are at no additional costs, but a post-dated refundable $200 security deposit (via a post-dated check) will be required at the time of the uniform pick up. More details will be provided towards the beginning of the season.

by posted 12/04/2021
New Chest Protection Requirement

US Lacrosse has issued a new standard to further prevent Commotio Cordis - an often lethal disruption of heart rhythm that occurs as a result of a blow to the area directly over the heart. Although rare, it is great to see our governing body take such a proactive stance in requiring this new design. What this means to you as  a parent or player:


  • Beginning in 2021, only a goalkeeper chest protector designed for lacrosse that incorporates the NOCSAE ND200 standard will be legal for play and shall contain an SEI certification mark.
  • Beginning in 2022, field players must wear protectors for commotio cordis that meet the NOCSAE ND200 standard and contain an SEI certification mark.​

by posted 10/29/2019
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