Louisville High School  seniors Callista Ring and Megan Leo joined the Valley Lax club lacrosse team in their junior year together. Neither girl expected lacrosse to become such a big part of their lives. What started as a fun activity, quickly grew into a passion for lacrosse. This year marks lacrosse's first year at Louisville as a C.I.F. sport  . Both players exhibited leadership qualities and took on the daunting task of Captains of the newest lacrosse team in the division. These seniors have tackled the task head-on with discipline and poise. Callie (4.7 GPA) and Megan (4.5 GPA) feed off of each other's enthusiasm and love for the team. Both players were 2013 Academic All-Americans and are working hard to achieve that standing again. This fall, Megan is headed off to Colgate University in New York, and hopes to get in goal for Colgate's club lacrosse team . Callie’s political science aspirations are leading her towards Hillsdale College in Michigan or Texas A&M where she hopes to continue playing lacrosse. Megan Leo set a school record with 13 goal saves in one game and Callie Ring is the 2014 Louisville HS lacrosse leading scorer.





Roman joined Marymount California University's mens lacrosse team after a stellar career at Palos Verdes High School. Roman joins brothers Romare and Ramos at MCU to help lead the Mariners in Goals and Assists. Just 1 Year after tearing multiple ligaments in his knee, Roman helped lead the Mariners to their 2nd victory of the season on April 5th posting 3 goals and 2 assists in a 17-16 win against Cal State Long Beach. Roman and brother Romare, helped dominate at the faceoff X, posting a better than 80% faceoff win percentage.