Fairmont Boys Varsity Lacrosse

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Fairmont vs Carroll

Support BLAX at Fairmont   Support the team ‘on the road’, just down the street!  Firebirds vs Carroll Patriots on Monday, April 30 @ Carroll  7:30 face-off!

Boy’s Lacrosse Senior Night!

Cheer on the Seniors as BLAX takes on Miamisburg, Thursday, 4/19, at Fairmont Park – 6:30 Faceoff!  

lacrosse lifting has started!! Get ready this off season! Build Tradition!

Any and all student athletes that want to play lacrosse in the Spring are welcomed and encouraged to attend lifting every Tuesday and Thursday in the weight room with Coach Swain, right after school (3:30PM). This lifting schedule has begun, so COME NEXT TUESDAY!!!

Lacrosse Team Camp (ALL WELCOME!!) Come one come all!

All boys in the KFHS system (rising 9th grade through rising 12th) that want to join us for the Fairmont Firebird Boys Lacrosse Team Camp are more then welcome!  This is a great opportunity to see what the team is building on from our first season, and where things are going in the world of

Boys Lacrosse Camp dates set… COME BECOME TRADITION!!

Attention all rising 3rd through 9th graders:  Come sign up for the boys lacrosse camps this summer!  The camps dates for BOYS LACROSSE I: June 19-23 8AM-11AM.  This will be for grades 3 through 6.  BOYS LACROSSE II: June 26-30 8AM-11AM.  This will be for grades 7 through 9.  All camps will be at Fairmont

Boys Lacrosse wins first ever playoff game at home vs. Newark Wildcats!!

The boys lacrosse team continue their inaugural season, winning their first ever playoff game!! On Saturday, May 13th, The Fairmont Firebirds played host to the Wildcats of Newark, winning 11-1.  Newark is a new program as well, coming out of Division 1 Region 3.  They are class act program, and we look forward to many

1st regular Season in the books!

The boys lacrosse team ended their 1st regular season with a lose to Centerville. The boys played one of the hardest schedules for the Dayton area, taking on established power house programs such as Alter, Centerville, Oakwood, and Lebanon.  The team played all the area GWOC teams (Fairmont being the only new program).  Fairmont was