Teams will face off this weekend in McKinney for the 2019 Texas High School Lacrosse League State Championships. The top four teams from Division I and Division II will vie for the State Championship May 11-12 at McKinney ISD’s Ron Poe Stadium, 1 Duvall St.
Division I teams include Dallas Jesuit High School, Highland Park High School of Dallas, Episcopal School of Dallas and Westlake High School of Austin.
Division II teams include Prosper High School, Keller Central High School, Smithson Valley High School of Spring Branch and Klein High School of Harris County.
Tickets are $30 for the weekend or $20 for one day. Seniors and students with an ID are $15 for the weekend or $10 for one day. Children under 8 are free. The gates will open Saturday at 8 a.m. and Sunday at 9 a.m. for the games.
Find more information on the 2019 Texas High School Lacrosse League State Championships website.
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