Twelve seniors played their final game for Mira Costa Girls Lacrosse last week – a hard fought first round Division 1 CIF loss to defending Southern California champs, Foothill High School – marking the end of an important era in the program. Prior to these eleven girls stepping onto the
Adding yet another jewel to their already gleaming crown, the Lady Mustangs Girls Lacrosse team toppled cross-town rival, Redondo High School, for the first time in over a decade. This program-defining win was a clear indication of the shifting of power in South Bay girls’ lacrosse and comes on the
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The Mira Costa Girls Lacrosse team completed its most successful season in school history, finishing with a 19-7 overall record and a #2 ranking in CIF after suffering a close loss to rival Marlborough High School in the CIF finals on Saturday. To get to the championship game, the Lady
Picking up right where they left off last season, the #1 ranked Division 3 Mira Costa Girls Varsity Lacrosse Team continues to press their case to be counted as one of the Southland’s elite teams. Led by freshman, Kate Donnelly and her team leading 33 goals, sophomore Sophia Delano (18
The Mira Costa High School Girls’ Lacrosse program is proud to announce the hiring of Maddy Morrissey as its new Head Coach. Maddy, Mira Costa’s Assistant Coach the past two years, is a former Duke University midfielder who ranks 21st at her alma mater in career points and 22nd in
The entire Mira Costa Girls Lacrosse program would like to thank our coaches for their amazing leadership and spirit during the trying 2020 Spring Season. Off to a 7-0 start and the #1 CIF Division 2 ranking in last coaches poll, the Girls Lacrosse team was off to it’s greatest
The Mira Costa Girls Varsity Lacrosse team is off to its fastest start in school history, going 7-0 to kick off the 2020 season.! Although playing in Division 2, Mira Costa’s winning streak record includes impressive wins over Division 1 schools, Crescenta Valley and University High, as well as a
The Boys and Girls Lacrosse teams had their first annual girls v boys game last weekend. It was a fun day with both teams enjoying the match!
The Lady Mustangs, who were ranked #16 in Division 1, went up against a very tough #1 seed Redondo Union on Tuesday. Despite their valiant effort, Mira Costa fell to Redondo to end this year’s playoff run. The end of season banquet will be held on May 21st at the