Central Catholic Lacrosse is now a PIAA sport that is played at both the junior varsity and varsity levels. Lacrosse is a fast paced game that provides players with a high intensity of teamwork, combining stick skills, speed, endurance, and physical contact.
Lacrosse provides opportunities for success to a variety of athletes - the small quick dodger, the play-maker, the physical player, and the ground-ball man. There is no stereotypical player in Lacrosse. Each player makes his own unique contribution to the team in terms of body size, athletic skills, and Lacrosse skills. Excellent Lacrosse players can come in all shapes and sizes. The season for Central Catholic Lacrosse begins with conditioning in October. Field practice opens in February with competitions running through the end of May.