Est. 1992



2009 State Champions

State Runner-Up: 1994, 2005, 2008, 2010, 2011 

State Final Four: 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2007







Silver Anniversary Season

Our 25th Year of Excellence







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Wolford Elected to Hall of Fame - Jun 14, 2015


Bill Wolford was elected into the Ohio Lacrosse Hall of Fame. From 1992 through 2006, Coach Wolford served as Kilbourne's Head Coach.  Wolford guided the Wolves to 12 winning seasons in 15 years while compiling a 182-119 record.  Just two years after the team's first season, Wolford lead his team to the State Championship Game.  Under Wolford's direction, Kilbourne was State Runner-up twice (1994, 2005) and reached the State "Final Four" five years in a row (1996 - 2000). Wolford has recently served as an Assistant Coach for Kilbourne's girls' team and helped guide the Lady Wolves to a State Championship in 2014. Congratulations Coach Wolford!


Viera and Happ Earn All-State Honors - Jun 7, 2015

Senior defender Michael Viera was named first team All-Ohio and junior attack Jared Happ was named second team All-Ohio for 2015. Congratulations Michael and Jared.


OHSAA Sanctions Lacrosse - Jun 5, 2015

On June 5, by unanamous vote, Ohio became the 20th state to fully sanction lacrosse as a high school sport, potentially paving the way for further growth in a state that has over 100 programs and a long list of current and former collegiate and professional stars.

The Buckeye State is the first to go fully sanctioned since North and South Carolina both did so in 2010. Three other states (California, Illinois and Missouri) offer state recognition, but are not championship sports.

According to, the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) Board of Directors passed the measure by an 8-0 margin this morning, and plans to offer the sport officially beginning with the 2016-17 school year.

The Ohio High School Lacrosse Association had 120 boys' varsity teams and 112 girls' varsity teams entering this spring, as well as many other programs at a club level.


Viera and Davis Earn All-American Honors - Jun 5, 2015


Senior Defender Michael Viera was named a 2015 All-American by US Lacrosse. Viera, who will play for Ohio State, becomes the 18th Wolf to receive All-American honors. Also, senior Joe Davis was named an Academic All-American by US Lacrosse. Congratulations Michael and Joe!


Wolves Slip to No. 10 in Nike Regional Poll - Jun 4, 2015

After it's season ending loss to Dublin Coffman in the Regional Semifinals, the Wolves dropped from No. 4 to No. 10 in the Nike/Lacrosse Magazine Midwest Regional Poll. Here are this week's results:

1. Culver Military (Ind.), 17-6
2. Brother Rice (Mich.), 17-4
3. Carmel (Ind.), 18-3
4. New Trier (Ill.), 18-4
5. Detroit Country Day (Mich.), 15-6
6. MICDS (Mo.), 16-4
7. Upper Arlington (Ohio), 17-5
8. Cleveland St. Ignatius (Ohio), 17-3
9. Hudson (Ohio), 19-1
10. Worthington Kilbourne (Ohio), 15-5

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Kilbourne Falls to Coffman in Semifinal - Jun 3, 2015


Ryan Agner, who was honorable mention all-league, was one of five senior starters for the Wolves.


The Worthington Kilbourne High School boys lacrosse team was confident heading into its home matchup with Dublin Coffman in a Division I Central Region semifinal May 27, as it had beaten the Shamrocks 9-4 on April 9.

The second-seeded Wolves couldn't complete the season sweep, however, as they fell to the fifth-seeded Shamrocks 11-10 in overtime to finish 15-5 overall.

"We thought we were going to beat them again, but Dublin Coffman has some good athletes and they got a lot better as a team since the first time we played them," junior attacker Jared Happ said.

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Kilbourne Holds Steady in IL/Under Armour Poll - May 27, 2015

The Wolves maintain their No. 9 spot in the Inside Lacrosse/Under Armour High School Regional Poll. Here are the Week 12 results:

IL Midwest

1. Hill Academy (Ont.) 13-1

2. Culver Academy Prep (Ind.) 17-6

3. Brother Rice (Mich.) 14-4

4. Carmel (Ind.) 16-3

5. Hudson (Ohio) 18-0

6. Louisville St. Xavier (Ken.) 18-4

7. St. Ignatius (Ohio) 15-2

8. New Trier (Ill.) 16-4

9. Worthington Kilbourne (Ohio) 15-4

10. MICDS (Mo.) 14-4

States: Ohio, Mich., Ind., Ill., Wisc., Minn., Ken., Mo., Kan., Iowa, WVa.  




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