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We have different missions for our teams depending on their age groups:

At all levels our mission is to instill responsibility and accountability in all of our players on and off the field while being committed to the team and Outlaw Program. Our players will understand how to work hard, practice hard, and be a good teammate!

At the 2nd through 4th grade levels we create an environment of learning the game at the basic level (fundamentals), enjoying and understanding being a part of team, and wanting to play more all the while creating a competitive environment.

At the middle school level our expectations of individual commitment will increase as will our level of commitment to the team and the overall program.  In the latter years of middle school, our mission will be to prepare the player for the pace, intensity level, and skills required to play at the next level in high school.

Once they reach high school, we get to watch them take on the next step of their lives, cheer them on, while knowing they're always an outlaw for life.



Our players are from all over the Shawnee Mission District east of I-35. Part of this experience is to meet new players from other areas. PV Outlaw rosters have had players from Our players are from all over the Shawnee Mission District. Part of this experience is to meet new players from other areas. PV Outlaw rosters have had players from Trailridge Middle School, Pawnee Elementary, Rushton Elementary, Westridge Middle School, Marion Park Elementary, Overland Park Elementary, Indian Woods Middle School, Brookwood Elementary, Apache Elementary, Rosehill Elementary, Brookridge Elementary, Tomahawk Elementary, Belinder Elementary, Roesland Elementary, Santa Fe Trail Elementary, Indian Hills Middle School, Hocker Grove Middle School, East Antioch Elementary, Oak Park-Carpenter Elementary, Comanche Elementary, Crestview Elementary, Highlands Elementary, John Diemer Elementary, Trailwood Elementary,  Corinth Elementary, Diemer Elementary, and Briarwood Elementary.  All programs and regions are important to us!

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Shawnee Mission East



Shawnee Mission South

Shawnee Mission West

Shawnee Mission Girls

Shawnee Mission North

Bishop Meige

St. Teresa's

The Outlaws are open to 1st - 8th boys and girls in the Shawnee Mission Area.  

PV Lacrosse feed's the following high schools:  Shawnee Mission East, Shawnee Mission Girls, St. Teresa's, and Rockhurst High School.

PV Competes in the following local leagues during the Spring season; LAKC (boys) & KCMGLA (girls).

PV Lacrosse, is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization incorporated under the laws of the State of Kansas. 


The purpose of this corporation is:

  • To support the positive growth of the youth in the communities served by the organization

  • Develop the sport of lacrosse in the Midwest 

  • To create opportunities for youth to be introduced to, engaged in and excel at the sport of lacrosse

  • Enrich the lives of to those touched by the organization through its deeds and actions

As a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, Prairie Village Lacrosse operates under a set of bylaws and governed by a Parent Board and ran by an Administrator.

The Parent Board oversees the organization's efforts of encouraging positive change in the lives of youth lacrosse players and supporting the growth of the sport in Prairie Village. 

Dustin Delaney - Girls President

Trip Ross - Boys President

Stephanie Gantt - Treasurer

Brady Sullivan - Member at-large

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