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CCHS Girls Lacrosse

Varsity Coaches

Erin Cash – Head Coach
Joe Bohenek – Assistant Coach


Emily Capofreddi

Sarah Webster

JVA Coach

Danielle DelDotto


JVB Coach

Sam Sieger

CCHS Athletics Dept

500 Walden St.
Concord MA 01742
Office 978-341-2904

Aaron Joncas

Athletic Director
Concord-Carlisle High School

Clayton Abrams

Athletic Trainer

“Never Let Good Enough Be Enough ”

2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 DCL Small Champs
2015 DCL Large Champions
2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 MIAA Tournament Participants
2009, 2011 MIAA Division 1 North Section Semifinalist
2014, 2017 MIAA Division 1 East Section Finalist
2015 MIAA Division 1 East Section Champions/Division 1 Final Four Participant

Program Philosophy: To be an elite high school lacrosse team with athletic ability and a strong desire to compete at the highest level. CCHS players will display raw athletic ability with a constant effort to improve their lacrosse skills. Coaches will work to improve all players at all levels. A continued commitment to excellence by coaches and players alike will motivate us to improve daily, and make our program strong enough to compete with the best teams in the state every year. Nine CCHS alums that bought into our philosophy during their high school lacrosse careers will be playing college lacrosse in 2018.

In the past seven years this philosophy has been the foundation for our program to produce six High School All Americans, twenty-five High School Academic All Americans, five DCL Division Championships, seven MIAA Tournament appearances, and one MIAA Sectional Championship.

Varsity Team Goals:
– Immediately bond as a close-knit group. Create a family atmosphere where teammates lift each other up.
– Be the team that respects our competition and officials.
– Be the best conditioned team on the field for every game. We cannot be outworked or outrun!
– Bring game focus, attitude and speed from the outset to duration of every practice.
– Qualify for the MIAA Tournament
– Win DCL Large for first time since 2015
– Go unbeaten in DCL games
– Be a top two seed in the MIAA D1 East Tournament.
– Win a Sectional Championship

Every goal listed is achievable when we come to every practice and game with a “team first” attitude.

Expectations: CCHS lacrosse players must show constant effort to improve their game, the team, and be good teammates and citizens of the CCHS community. You are students first, so you must remain in good academic standing at CCHS. Your coaches expect you will graduate as the best lacrosse player, student, and person you can be.

Commitment Level: Patriot Lacrosse players must attend every game, practice, team meeting, film session, and strength & conditioning session as scheduled (unless listed as optional). Every player must be in school on time everyday. A player must never miss school, arrive tardy to school, miss practice or arrive to practice late unless excused by a member of the coaching staff ahead of time. Varsity players know this is a six-day a week commitment. As a member of the CCHS Girls Lacrosse Program you’re accepting the responsibility to give your time, effort, and commitment to your respective team as we pursue the goal of becoming a perennial state championship contending program.

Bonafide Team Rule and MIAA Chemical Health: All interscholastic athletic participants in Massachusetts must abide by these rules. You will sign a contract agreeing to do so in the spring. If you violate these rules the penalties are harsh. This contract is your word. Do not sign the contract and do not play lacrosse if you have no intention of abiding by these rules!

Transfers: Students who have transferred into CCHS during this school year should make sure they have filled out a clearance form with AD Barry Haley or you will not be eligible to play.

Physicals: You must have a current physical on file with the school nurse by the first day of tryouts in order to participate. A current physical is one that is dated within thirteen months of your last physical.


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