Lomboy’s five goals powers Holy Names to girls lacrosse win

April 3, 2009

AUBURN, Wash – Gretchel Lomboy scored five goals and Mackenzie Cannon scored four to power Holy Names to a 15 – 4 Girls Div. II high school lacrosse win over Auburn Mountainview Friday at Auburn Mountainview High School in Auburn, Wash. The win was the first of the season for Holy Names.

Holy Names got down to business just 1 minute, 2 seconds into the game as Rayna Stackhouse connected for the first of four unanswered Cougar goals to start off the first half. Stackhouse’s sister Mira Stackhouse scored just 30 seconds later to give the Cougars a 2 – 0 advantage. Lomboy then connected with back-to-back goals before Auburn Mountainview finally found the net at 13:21 on a goal by Hannah Morse.

Taking the field in the second with a 7 – 3 advantage, Holy Names again took charge early on. The Cougars’ Danielle Bohonos led off scoring just 1 minute, 49 seconds into the half. Elizabeth McDonald, Mackenzie Cannon and Gretchel Lomboy then each connected to give the Cougars an 11 – 3 advantage before Emily Starkel found the net for Auburn’s lone goal in the second half.

Holy Names goalkeeper Blair Thomas (1-3-0) had 11 saves in the win, while Auburn’s Katie Burkhauser (1-5-0) fended off 16 shots.

Holy Names: 7 8 — 15
Auburn Mountainview: 3 1 — 4 Holy Names: Gretchel Lomboy (5 goals), Mackenzie Cannon (4 goals), Becky Fuller (2 goals), Elizabeth McDonald (1 goal), Danielle Bohonos (1 goal), Mera Stackhouse (1 goal), Rayna Stackhouse (1 goal, 1 assist) Natalie Kroeger (1 assist).
Auburn Mountainview: Hannah Morse (2 goals), Emily Starkel (1 goal), Madison Goodwin (1 goal).

Results for Friday, April 3

Boys Div. I
Mukilteo 3 at Issaquah 12
Scoring: Mukilteo: Chas Stringfellow (2 goals), Riley Wanzer (1 goal), Colin Thompson (2 assists)
Issaquah: Todd Jones (5 goals, 1 assist), Jake Fritz (1 goals, 1 assist), Jordan Goldstein (2 goals), Riley Goodman (2 goals), Justin Pennington (1 goal, 1 assist), Connor McClain (1 goal), Jake Director (6 assists).

Mercer Island at Guilderland (New York) (score not reported)

Boys Div. II

Girls Div. I

Girls Div. II
Holy Names 15 at Auburn Mountainview 14

Games for Saturday, April 4

Boys Div. I
Mercer Island at Lakeland/Panas (New York)
Bellevue at Foothill OC (California / 3:00 p.m.)
Vashon at Tahoma (Tahoma High School / 7:00 p.m.)

Boys Div. II
Selah at Eastside Catholic (Eastside Catholic High School / 2:30 p.m.)
Tacoma at Port Angeles (Roosevelt Elementary / 3:00 p.m.)

Girls Div. I

Girls Div. II

Boys Division II Leading Goal Scorers (through April 3, 2009)
Name School G A Pts PPG
1. John Linari Mukilteo 21 4 25 6.25
2. George Dolack Overlake 15 10 25 6.25
3. Daniel Hernandez Whatcom 15 4 19 4.75
4. Forest Dayton San Juan 13 3 16 3.20
5. Jordan Goodspeed King’s Way 12 10 22 5.50
6. Matt Hilger Tacoma 12 8 20 5.00
7. Max Jones Tacoma 12 6 18 4.50
8. Danny Zimny Klahowya 12 4 16 5.33
9. Schmidt Devon Overlake 11 2 13 3.25
10. CJ Larson Three Rivers 11 1 12 3.00

About High School Lacrosse in Washington State
Lacrosse is the fastest growing sport in the U.S. and in Washington State the sport has seen double-digit growth in five of the last seven years. In 2009, over 2,370 high school students representing 75 boys and 49 girls varsity and junior varsity teams in Washington state will compete in a nine-week season March – May with the annual Washington State High School Championships taking place May 16 (girls) and May 30 (boys). Varsity boys lacrosse is contested in the Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association (www.WHSBLA.org) with 14 Division I and 28 Division II teams. Varsity girls lacrosse is contested in The Washington Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association (www.WSLAX.org) with 15 Division I and 16 Division II teams. Most of the teams represent high schools throughout the Puget Sound area.

For daily high school lacrosse results or to receive results through an RSS feed, please visit http://www.uslax-wa.org/media.html

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