RANDOLPH, NJ- Entering the 2017 lacrosse season, the Randolph 5th grade boys team returned a group of several kids who had played together for 3 years.  The team added players new to the sport, who were encouraged, taught, and welcomed by the experienced players to create team unity.

Randolph youth lacrosse pledges a philosophy to encourage all players to have respect for the game, for each other, and for their opponents, while giving 100% effort on and off the field.

The end result was a superb, and perfect season, in which the team compiled a record of 23-0, including festivals, tournaments, and regular season games. 

“Over the course of the season we played teams that challenged us mentally and physically, and the more games we won the stronger we became as a team,” said Coach John Miller.  “This was such an accomplishment as every single player, new and returning, contributed to this amazing season.  These boys love the sport and I know they are going to continue to play for years to come.”