The home of the South Valley Chiefs Lacrosse Club
Registration for Spring 2014 will be open on this website in September. Practice begins the week of January 5, 2014.
The 8th annual fundraising tickets sales are now CLOSED. This event begins at 6:00 PM on March 23rd at the Almaden Community Center located at 6445 Camden Ave., San Jose 95120, click here for a map.
It’s a Mardi Gras Theme and fun for the whole family including a silent and live auction. This special event is the only fundraiser that we hold during the season to raise funds for fields, referees, coaches, and equipment.
Dinner Tickets include:
Get your custom designed South Valley helmet wrap - $45. Select the helmet type, provide your players name and uniform number.
Just click the "Registration" link on the left menu. We are not accepting payment of registration fees on-line this season in order to reduce our expenses. That fee will be included on the uniform order form.
Ask yourself this:
What can I do to improve my team?
What can I do to improve myself as a player?
What can I do for the lacrosse community?
This is what it takes to be a Chief!
by Ben Hewitt, NCJLA High School Commissioner posted 06/06/2012
The California High School Club Lacrosse State Championship was held on Bailey Field at Santa Rosa Junior College this past Saturday. The game featured the South Valley Chiefs out of the San Jose area and Oceanside Untied out of the San Diego area. This was an outstanding match up between two great teams with two contrasting styles of play. Oceanside was extremely athletic with a chaotic style of up and down lacrosse, attacking the goal with individual ball carrying based threats at almost every offensive position. South Valley played their own version of run and gun lacrosse with more traditional fast break oriented offense supported by an aggressive ball hawking defense.
The first half saw the Chiefs down 6-3 having been caught off guard by OU's unorthodox system as the team from Southern California took advantage of multiple penalties and dominating time of possession. However, the second half was a totally different story. Finding their transition based rhythm, the Chiefs shot the lights out going on a 9-0 run in the second half. South Valley's depth, experience in big time games and superior coaching carried the Chiefs to a 14-7 win, a perfect 19-0 record and the club's first ever state championship.
The NCJLA wishes to congratulate Head Coach Elliot Bender, all of the South Valley Chiefs, and their supporters for keeping the State Cup trophy in Northern California for 2012.