Spring 2023 Lacrosse Season
Feb 6: Parents Meeting (7pm, RHS Cafe)
March 16: Practice Starts
March 23: Scrimmages (Freshman, JV, Varsity)
April 3: Season Opening Games (Freshman, JV, Varsity)
May 3: White-Out Game (4:45pm)
May 11: Senior Night (4:15pm ceremonies, 4:45pm game)
June 5: End of Season Banquet (5-9pm)
Ridge High School Boys Lacrosse Team
Friday, March 24, 2023
Location: Ridge High School Turf Field
$30 Prepaid /$35 at door (T-shirt included)
Freshman Practices TBA
*** These schedules are subject to change at ANY TIME. Changes will be communicated directly from the coaches to the players and NOT with parents, on the written schedule or on the website. Make sure you are communicating with your son. ***
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The Ridge Lacrosse Program
Established in 1998, Ridge Lacrosse (Red Devils) has become one of the most prominent and respected public high school lacrosse programs in the state of New Jersey consistently ranked in the top 20.
Ridge Lacrosse fields teams at the Freshman, Junior Varsity and Varsity levels and compete in the Skylands Conference.
Led by Coach Kenneth Marsh, the Ridge Red Devils have won numerous championships and each graduating year, many players continue to pursue lacrosse in college at the varsity and club levels.
2019 Somerset County Champions
2014 Somerset County Champions
2013 Somerset County Champions, Group 4 State Champions, Tournament of Champions Winner
2010 Group 3 State Champions
2006 & 2007 Waterman Conference Champions
2006 Skyland Conference Champions
2002 Kimber Division Champions
Coach Kenneth Marsh Celebrates 20 years in 2020
Congratulations to Head Coach Ken Marsh on his 20 years of coaching the Ridge Lacrosse program. Marsh has a notable coaching record and ranks No. 16 on the all-time NJ list and No. 8 among active coaches according to Mike Kinney of nj.com.
- Win Loss Record: 251-121
- 15 seasons above .500
- 4 division champions
- 3 county champions
- 1 state section champion
- 2 state group champions
- 1 Tournament of Champions winner
- 14 All-Americans