The Fallston Lacrosse Club (FLC) is a rebranding of Fallston Boys Lacrosse Program teams in specific age groups who plan to compete in club-level lacrosse leagues and tournaments this coming spring. For the 2021 season, the Fallston Rec Lacrosse program will support just one FLC team at the 2024 age group. 

The primary goal of the FLC initiative is to better serve and retain lacrosse talent from the local community. We want to provide local players and parents a club-level lacrosse opportunity with a rec program feel and price-point.

For 2021 the Fallston Boys Lacrosse Program will be fielding FLC teams at the following age groups:
2024 (9th Grade)

Click the team pages below for detailed information and updates for each FLC team. The 2029 team page will be added once that team has been formed.

2020-2021 FLC Open Tryouts

Tryouts for the 2020-2021 season will be consist of supplemental evaluations for limited available positions for the 2024 FLC team. Please contact team coaches if interested.

FLC 2024 contact:





Brian Windley:
Zach Karantonis


posted Aug 8, 2019, 8:47 AM by Matt Jordan   [ updated Aug 8, 2019, 8:49 AM ]

FLC 2023 celebrated an undefeated GHCLC "B" season in 2019!

The boys took home the league championship after defeating Team Maryland Lacrosse Club 5 to 4 in a hard-fought overtime contest to cap their impressive season. Congratulations FLC 2023!


posted Aug 8, 2019, 8:28 AM by Matt Jordan

The 2025 Fallston Lacrosse Club finished the spring regular season with their strongest league performance yet. The 2025 boys earned spots in the championship games of both the MPLL Saturday league and the Sunday “AAA” Greater Howard Club Lacrosse Conference.

In the MPLL league on Saturdays at St. Paul’s, FLC 2025 finished the season with a sparkling 5-1 regular season record. This record was good enough for second place in the league and set up a championship game show-down with Looneys Orange 2025. The FLC boys came up short down the stretch in the championship game, losing 8-3 after jumping out to an early lead in a back-and-forth first half. The always tenacious FLC defense finished the MPLL regular season giving up just 13 goals in 6 games while a prolific offense averaged 9 goals per game across the same stretch.

In the Sunday “AAA” GHCLC league, the FLC 2025 boys jumped out to a 4-0 record before stumbling to 3 straight losses to finish the regular season at 4-3. That 4-3 final record was good enough for a #3 seed in the “AAA” league playoffs and the FLC boys found themselves matched up against a familiar opponent in the first round. They would be playing against the #2 seeded Greene Turtle team for the third time in 2 months. The prior 2 games were hard-fought, one-goal affairs with FLC winning an early season match-up and Greene Turtle winning the late-season re-match. The Saturday first-round playoff game found both teams struggling to deal with playing multiple games on the same day. As always, the game between these teams was a physical struggle with two of the league’s best defenses working hard to keep the game close through the first half. In the second half, the FLC squad dug deep and slowly began to open up a lead on the scoreboard. When the final horn sounded, FLC 2025 was victorious with a 10-6 win over a respected opponent.

The next day, FLC 2025 found themselves matched up against a skilled Crabs 2025 team on a brutally hot day. Two weeks prior, this Crabs team had handed the FLC boys their worst loss of the season but this game would be different. The lead changed hands multiple times early in the game with the FLC defense imposing their will on the Crabs attack as the middies ran end-to-end in the withering heat. As the game progressed, the daunting task of playing three full, meaningful games on a single, brutally hot weekend began to show. The FLC boys began to slowly fade in the second half. The Crabs team was able to possess the ball longer and started pulling away on the scoreboard. When the championship game finally ended, the Fallston boys had given everything they had, but came up short in a 9-5 loss.

While the losing both championship games was painful, participating in those games marked a new high for the boys of FLC 2025. The coaches could not be more proud of the on-field performance, the positive attitude, and the sportsmanship that our boys always display. They have proven again and again that they are more than capable of competing against some of the best club programs in the state of Maryland. This group will only grow and improve in the coming seasons, continuing to prove that they can hang with anyone.


posted Aug 8, 2019, 8:16 AM by Matt Jordan

FLC 2026 ended the regular season with winning the GHCLC AA club league championship. It was a fantastic effort from all of the boys all weekend.

It started with a 7-6 win on Saturday, May 18th against a very good Eastside Lacrosse team. FLC 2026 went down 3-0 initially but rallied back for a win. An outstanding combination check from Cooper Savelle and Heath Rhudy followed by a clear by Brendan Rey sealed the victory. This all came after Reece Topfer put in the game winning goal with 53 seconds left in the game. Goals and assists for Saturday’s game were as follows:

Noah Harmel- 1 goal

Carter Pancake- 1 goal

Joseph Reinhardt- 1 goal

Caleb Canatella- 2 goals

Cameron Stepp- 1 goal

Reece Topfer- 1 goal and 1 assist

Brendan Rey- 1 assist

On Sunday, May 19th FLC 2026 won in the championship game against Sidewinders by a score of 8-6. This was after losing to the same Sidewinders team a week ago by a score of 5-1. Every boy played incredible, smart lacrosse on Sunday and they came away with a championship. Goals and assists for the Championship game were as follows:

Cameron Stepp- 2 goals and 1 assist

Noah Harmel- 1 goal

Ben Hanover- 1 goal and 1 assist

Asa Dickerson- 1 goal

James McLaughlin- 1 goal

Caleb Canatella- 1 goal and two assists

Joseph Reinhardt- 1 goal

Brendan Rey- 2 assists

Reece Topfer- 1 assist

Defense played great all weekend and was led by Cooper Savelle, Heath Rhudy, Lucas Clark and Ryan Johnson. Marquis Mingle played outstanding in goal all weekend. Jacob Norris ran a ton of LSM and was a difference maker on ground balls and killing man down situations. Ben Hanover, Reece Topfer and Cameron Stepp did a great job in the faceoff circle.  Brendan Rey was dominant clearing the ball, killing man down situations and distributing the ball on fast breaks. Connor Detamore, Alex Wohlfort, Kieran Devine and Kain Farley were critical contributors all weekend. All of the coaches are so proud of this team.  They moved up two levels of play this year and won a championship finishing the GHCLC league with a 7-2 record.

Well done boys. It would not have happened without each and every one of you!

Registration for FLC 2020 Tryouts Are Now Open

posted Jul 18, 2019, 2:15 PM by Matt Jordan   [ updated Aug 8, 2019, 7:51 AM ]


FLC Breast Cancer Awareness Cups

posted Dec 5, 2018, 4:57 AM by Matt Jordan

The FLC 2025 team is selling 20 oz orange RTIC tumblers with the FLC logo on one side and a pink ribbon on the other.  One of the FLC family members was diagnosed and battled breast cancer.  The team will be donating part of the proceeds to the breast cancer foundation of our FLC family member's choice.  The tumblers are $20 each.  If you are interested in purchasing, contact CJ Lauer at

Registration for 2018-2019 FLC Tryouts Now Open

posted Jul 7, 2018, 5:47 AM by Fallston Lacrosse

FLC 2026 Wins Lax Splash!!!

posted Jun 28, 2018, 4:15 AM by Fallston Lacrosse

What a weekend in the Lax Splash tournament for the FLC 2026 boys!  They had three games on Saturday in the brutal humidity of Baltimore.  Then had three more games on Sunday in cold rain... READ MORE

FLC 2024 - Post-Season Recap

posted Jun 28, 2018, 4:09 AM by Fallston Lacrosse

FLC 2024 maintained their momentum into the postseason. The Coaches were beyond proud of the team's hard work, perseverance, and dedication to always strive to be the best young athletes they could be... READ MORE

FLC 2025 Regular Season Wrap-Up

posted May 23, 2018, 9:35 AM by Matt Jordan

FLC 2025 has wrapped up an ambitious 2018 regular season. After a highly successful 2017 campaign that ended with playoff appearances in both the MPLL and GHCLC as well as strong post-season tournament finishes, the FLC 2025 boys were looking forward to greater challenges... READ MORE

FLC 2024 - Playoff Bound in GHCLC and MYLA

posted May 21, 2018, 4:57 AM by Fallston Lacrosse   [ updated May 21, 2018, 4:58 AM ]

Congratulations to FLC 2024 for making the post season in both the Maryland Youth Lacrosse Association (MYLA) and the Greater Howard Club Lacrosse Conference (GHCLC)... Read More

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