2009 DI State Champions

 2016 DII State Champions


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


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





 2016 DII

State Champions 

 Silver Anniversary Season

Our 25th Year of Excellence








 The Class of 2016


  1   Connor Alley
  3  Jared Happ
  6  Jake Weirick
  8  Garrett McCarthy
  9  Jack Maloney
14  Luke LeVette
16  Keegan Bartok
20  Chris Nestingen
28       Alex Cash 
34  Nick Catanzarite
44  Chris Reynolds









Wolves 2016 Season Wrap Up - Jun 9, 2016

Wolves 2016 Season Wrap Up



Wolves goalkeeper Chris Reynolds looks to make a pass as Max Johnston of St. Francis defends during the state final. Reynolds made nine saves


The Worthington Kilbourne High School boys lacrosse team's record was never above .500 during the regular season.

The Wolves entered the postseason 8-10, but won six consecutive tournament games to capture their second state title and first in Division II. They defeated Toledo St. Francis 11-7 in the championship game June 4 at Thomas Worthington to finish 14-10 overall.

"This is a great feeling and a great experience to be able to do something like this," said senior attacker Luke LeVette, who scored five goals against St. Francis and was named Offensive Player of the Game. "We have a really close senior class and we overcame some adversity because people doubted us due to our record. But we played hard every game, and to win it all is a testament to this team sticking together."

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Wolves Win Division II State Title - Jun 5, 2016

Wolves Win Division II State Title



Worthington Kilbourne players hoist the Division II state championship plaque following an 11-7 win over Toledo St. Francis on June 4 at Thomas Worthington


Worthington Kilbourne’s mantra came to the forefront Saturday during a 11-7 win over Toledo St. Francis in the Division II lacrosse championship game at Thomas Worthington.

After St. Francis closed its deficit to one goal midway through the third quarter, Kilbourne took over and “left no doubt,” scoring five straight goals for an 11-5 lead with 4:05 remaining.

“That’s the slogan we came up with last summer after our two previous seasons ended in overtime losses,” coach Drew May said. “We wanted to leave no doubt, where a fluke play or an official’s call could cost us. It was the same for every practice: Make sure you work hard enough so we have no doubts in the game.”

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Jared Happ Named All-American - Jun 4, 2016

Jared Happ Named All-American



Senior attackman Jared Happ was named a 2016 All-American. Jared is the 19th All-American in the 25 year history of Kilbourne Lacrosse. Jared joins his brother Josh who was an All-American for the 2014 Wolves. Congratulations Jared!


Five Wolves Earn All-State Honors - Jun 4, 2016

Five Wolves Earn All-State Honors


Congratulations to the following players who earned Div. II All-State Honors

Jared Happ Sr.     First Team Attack
Luke LeVette Sr. First Team Attack
Chris Reynolds  Sr. First Team Goalie (DII Goalie of the Year)
Alex Cash Sr. Second Team     LSM
Jack Trombetti    Jr. Second Team Defense



Four Wolves Earn All-Conference Honors - Jun 3, 2016


Four Wolves Earn All-Conference Honors


Congratulations to the following players who were named All-Conference:


Jared Happ    Sr.   First Team  Attack
Alex Cash  Sr.  Second Team     LSM
Jack Trombetti      Jr.  Second Team  Defense
Luke LeVette  Sr.  Honorable Mention     Attack




Kilbourne Advances to State Finals - Jun 2, 2016

Kilbourne Advances to State Finals



Kilbourne's Jared Happ (center) celebrates with Luke LeVette (left) and Jake LeVette after scoring a goal against Thomas earlier this season. The Wolves play Toledo St. Francis de Sales in the Division II State Championship game on Saturday, June 4 at 1:00 pm at Thomas Worthington. 


Luke LeVette scored seven goals to lead Worthington Kilbourne (13-10) past Summit Country Day (19-3) in a Division II semifinal at Centerville.“We kept our foot on the gas offensive and defensively,” coach Drew May said. “We didn’t want to take any chances and we wanted to take advantage of every single opportunity we had. The boys did a great job.”Jared Happ and Jack Maloney both scored three goals. Happ also had two assists and Chris Reynolds made seven saves for Kilbourne.

Kilbourne led 3-0 after one period and was ahead 6-0 midway into the second before Country Day scored. Kilbourne extended its lead to 9-1 at halftime and 14-2 through three quarters.

“We started hot and kept moving the ball and finding our teammates or finding some space to attack,” LeVette said. “This is very special to go to the finals.”The Wolves will play Toledo St. Francis (20-2) in state final at 1 p.m. Saturday at Thomas Worthington. Kilbourne won the Division I title in 2009 and was runner-up in 2011.

By Adam Conn The Columbus Dispatch  •  Wednesday June 1, 2016




Kilbourne vs Summit CD Game Photos Avaliable - Jun 1, 2016


State Semi-Final Game Photos


Click Here for awesome photos from Kilbourne's State Semi-Finals win over Summit Country Day.



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