High school lacrosse scores for Saturday, May 22 (AP-style game summaries)

May 22, 2010

Washington high school lacrosse scores for Saturday, May 22

Boys Division II – Quarterfinal Playoffs

Wenatchee defends late Blanchet rally, advances to boys D2 lacrosse semifinals

WENATCHEE, Wash. – Cameron Hoey’s goal with 11:15 remaining in the game proved to be the game-winner as Wenatchee held off a two-goal Blanchet rally in the final minutes of the fourth to advance to the Boys Division II lacrosse semifinals with a 5 – 4 quarterfinal playoff win over the Braves, Saturday at Wenatchee Valley College. Hoey’s goal was among five solo-scores that helped send Wenatchee into Wednesday’s semifinal home matchup with Lynnwood. Dylan Hummel, Mitchell Park, Connor Tidd and Scott Hershey also scored for Wenatchee and Thomas Bass had 10 saves in goal. Wenatchee took command of the game early on, moving out to a 3 – 1 lead at the end of the first. After a scoreless second, both teams netted a solo goal in the third giving Wenatchee a 4 – 2 advantage heading into the final stanza. Hoey’s goal at 11:15 remaining gave Wenatchee a 5 – 2 advantage before Blanchet’s Zane Zielke scored with at the 1:29 mark and Tyler Schmutz scored his third of the night with 14 seconds remaining to bring the game within a goal. With time expiring, Wenatchee’s Park won the final draw, his 10th of the afternoon, to secure the win. It was Wenatchee’s second win of the season over the Braves. On April 16, Wenatchee downed Blanchet 8 – 5 in Seattle. Blanchet, after finishing first in the Metro Conference and downing Providence in the opening round of the playoffs, finished the season at 12-3-0.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Wenatchee 5, Blanchet 4 (Wenatchee advances to state semifinals) (Dylan Hummel, W, 1 goal, 1 assist; Mitchell Park, W, 1 goal, 12 ground balls; Connor Tidd, W, 1 goal, 1 assist, 5 ground balls; Scott Hershey, W, 1 goal, 1 assist; Cameron Hoey, W, 1 goal, 6 ground balls; Andy Sample, W, 1 assist; Thomas Bass, W, 10 saves; Tyler Schmutz, B, 3 goals, 2 ground balls; Zane Zielke, B, 1 goal, 1 ground ball; Jonathan Lee, B, 1 assist; Connor Black, B, 1 assist; Jack Williams, 8 ground balls; Will Massart, B, 9 saves)

San Juan downs Roosevelt, advances to boys D2 lacrosse semifinals

FRIDAY HARBOR, Wash. – Forest Dayton returned to the San Juan lineup to lead the Dragons into the Boys Division II lacrosse semifinals with a 2-goal, 3-assist performance in a 7 – 2 quarterfinal playoff win over Roosevelt, Saturday at Friday Harbor High School. With the win, San Juan advances to Wednesday’s semifinal matchup with Lake Washington in Kirkland. San Juan led from start to finish as stellar defensive play by Dragon defenders Nikko Roiko, Brady Sundberg and Anci Melic made the difference. In the win, Michael Ausilio had 12 ground balls and Calen Mehrer had 10 saves in goal. Roosevelt’s Michael Bennett and Connor McCarthy scored the only goals for the Roughriders. After finishing second in the Metro Conference and downing Redmond in the opening round of the playoffs, Roosevelt closed-out its season at 11-6-0.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: San Juan 7, Roosevelt 2 (San Juan advances to state semifinals) (Forest Dayton, SJ, 2 goals, 3 assists; Kyle Skoog, SJ, 2 goals; Ryan Guard, SJ, 1 goal, 1 assist; Michael Ausilio, SJ, 12 ground balls; Calen Mehrer, SJ, 10 saves; Michael Bennett, R, 1 goal, 1assist; Connor McCarthy, R, 1 goal, 1 assists; Kevin Ault, R, 4 saves)



Issaquah at Mercer Island (Mercer Island HS / 7 p.m.)

Bellevue at Bainbridge (Bainbridge HS / 7 p.m.)


(Seattle Memorial Stadium)

Boys Division II


Lynnwood at Wenatchee (Wenatchee Valley College / TIME TBD)

San Juan at Lake Washington (Lake Washington HS / TIME TBD)


(Seattle Memorial Stadium)

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 six of the last eight years. In 2010, over 2,700 high school students representing 83 boys (www.WHSBLA.org) and 55 girls (www.WSLAX.org) varsity and jv teams in eastern and western Washington compete in a nine-week season March – May. The annual Boys and Girls Washington State High School Championships take place in late May.

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