High school lacrosse results for Friday, April 8 (AP-style game summaries)

High school lacrosse results for Friday, April 8

Boys Division I

Mercer Island suffers 2nd lax loss to Concord-Carlisle in Massachusetts
CONCORD, Mass. – Senior midfielder Alex Rorem netted 3 goals as Mercer Island fell behind host Concord-Carlisle 5-0 in the first quarter and never fully recovered in a 9-5 high school lacrosse loss to the Patriots, Friday at Doug White Field in Concord, Mass. The defeat was just the second loss, both out of league, for the Islanders this season.

Patriots goaltender Doug Gouchoe rejected all eight shots mustered by Mercer Island in the first half, keeping the road-weary Islanders off the boards until 6:29 of the third quarter.

In the first, Concord-Carlisle jumped out to an early 5 – 0 lead before the Islander defense could adjust to the Patriots attack. After blanking C-C in the second, MI finally got their legs after the intermission, matching the Patriots 2 – 2 in the third.

In the final stanza, C-C’s Jackson Finigan and Mike O’Brien each found the net to make it 9-2 with 8:55 remaining before the Islanders were able to add another three. In the end, Mercer Island was unable to overcome a more powerful Patriot squad.

Colton Knebel and Doug Mahony each had a goal to round out Mercer Island scoring.

Mercer Island (8-2-0) concludes their Massachusetts road swing on Saturday against Lincoln-Sudbury.
Concord-Carlisle is now 3-0-0.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Concord-Carlisle (Mass.) 9, Mercer Island 5 (Alex Rorem, MI, 3 goals; Colton Knebel, MI, 1 goal; Doug Mahony, MI, 1 goal; Erik Hermanns, MI, 1 assist)

Skyline dominates Liberty lacrosse in Portland
PORTLAND – Brennan West netted 4 goals and Ryan Benz had 3 as Skyline dominated host Liberty 17 – 2 in high school lacrosse action, Friday at Liberty High School in Portland. The win was the 6th of the season for the high-flying Spartans who are knotted with rival Issaquah and Mercer Island for first place in Northeast Division I play.

In the first of two spring-break games in Oregon, Skyline jumped out to a 4 – 1 first quarter lead and added another 7 in the second to take a 7 – 2 lead into the intermission. In the third, Skyline broke loose with 7 unanswered goals before adding 3 more in the final stanza to cruise to the win.

Cannon Gardner also scored 3 goals and Jack Pruitt and Spencer Noonan combined for 20 ground balls to set the offensive table for the Spartans.

Skyline (6-3-0) next faces 2010 Oregon state quarterfinalist Jesuit (4-1-0), Saturday, April 9 in a 4 p.m. start at Cronin Field on the campus of Jesuit High School in Portland.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Skyline 17, Liberty (Ore.) 2 (Brennan West, S, 4 goals, 1 assist, 3 ground balls; Ryan Benz, S, 3 goals, 1 assist, 1 ground ball; Cannon Gardner, S, 3 goals, 2 ground balls; Jack Pruitt, S, 2 goals, 2 assists, 9 ground balls; Spencer Noonan, S, 11 ground balls; Cory Larson, S, 6 saves)

Eastside Catholic dominates Oregon’s Beaverton High for 6th lax win
BEAVERTON, Ore. – Ross Komenda netted 3 goals as Eastside Catholic held Beaverton High School scoreless for the first three quarters to dominate the Beavers 15 – 1 in high school lacrosse action, Friday at Beaverton High School in Oregon. With the win, the Crusaders are now 6-2-0 dropping only the season opener to defending state champion Bellevue and an overtime loss to Tahoma earlier this month.

Eastside Catholic jumped out to an early 4 – 0 lead in the first and again blanked Beaverton 4 – 0 in the second to take a healthy 8 – 0 cushion into the intermission. In the second half, the Crusaders continued to gnaw away at the Beavers, adding another 4 in the third and 3 in the fourth to cruise to the win.

Michael Rambladini and Drew Beggs combined for 11 ground balls and Colin Shriever had 10 saves in goal to lead the Crusaders defense in their 6th win of the season.

Connor Mann had the lone goal for the Beavers and Taylor Rawlings had 11 saves in goal for the Oregon team.

East Catholic (6-2-0) wraps up its Oregon swing against Portland’s Central Catholic High School on Saturday, April 9 with a 3 p.m. start against the Rams.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Eastside Catholic 15, Beaverton (Ore.) 1 (Ross Komenda, EC, 3 goals, 2 assists; Michael Rambaldini, EC, 2 goals, 2 assists, 4 ground balls; Drew Beggs, EC, 7 ground balls; Colin Shriever, EC, 10 saves; Connor Mann, B, 1 goal; Taylor Rawlings B, 11 saves)

Powerful Tahoma downs Klahowya in boys lacrosse
MAPLE VALLEY – Justin Ross and Desmond Decker netted 3 goals to lead Tahoma to its 7th win of the season with a 10 – 1 boys high school lacrosse win over Klahowya, Friday at Tahoma High School in Maple Valley.

Tahoma showed its power early on, jumping to a 2 – 0 lead in the first and again blanking Klahowya in the second to take a healthy 4 – 0 advantage into the intermission. In the third, Tahoma added another 2 before netting 4 in the 4th to cruise to the win.

Tahoma’s only loss came against Bainbridge in the second game of the season.

Riley Owens led Tahoma’s defense with 12 ground balls and Chase Sooman had 6 saves in the nets. Jason Trsot scored the lone goal for Klahowya Secondary School.

Tahoma (7-1-0) next faces Tacoma (5-0-0), Friday, April 15 in an 8 p.m. start at Tacoma Bowl. Klahowya (3-1-0) next faces Highline (3-2-0), Monday, April 11 at Moshier Park.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Tahoma 10, Klahowya 1 (Justin Ross, T, 3 goals; Desmond Decker, T, 3 goals; Brody Lundquist, T, 1 assist; Joe Pedro, T, 1 assist; Riley Owens, T, 12 ground balls; Chase Sooman, T, 6 saves; Jason Trost, K, 1 goal; Nick Johanson, K, 1 assist; Joey Bockman, K, 5 ground balls; Nehemiah Salo, K, 10 saves)

Bellevue downs Texas state lax champion Highland Park
HIGHLAND PARK, Tex. – Freshman Nick Hutson scored the go-ahead goal with 7:25 remaining in the second to give defending state champion Bellevue past defending Texas state champion Highland Park, 8 – 7 in boys high school lacrosse action, Friday in Highland Park, Texas. The win over Highland Park, winner of 5 of the last state titles in Texas, was the 7th of the season for the Wolverines.

Hutson’s goal, his only of the night, came on an alley dodge from the right side to beat the Highland Park goaltender on the off hip. Bellevue plagued by 9 penalties, played down a man most of the fourth quarter. Highland Park had three attempts in the final minutes of the game with Campbell Sode scoring on the first, a solo shot with 1:04 remaining, but the Texas powerhouse was unable to beat goaltender Austin Boyd as the Wolverine stopper defended an off hip shot and another corner shot with 10 seconds remaining to seal the win.

“This is a big win for our team – our program,” said Bellevue head coach John Baumann. “Our kids were pumped to play such a powerhouse in Texas. The win gives us huge confidence going into the second half of the season.”

In a chippy defensive battle, both teams grabbed over 20 ground balls, but is was Bellevue’s young players that came through. Along with Hutson, freshman Hank Bethke delivered 3 goals and 4 ground balls to fuel the Wolverines.

Cole Johnson had 2 goals and Blake Samuel and Dakota Jones each had a solo shot for the Wolverines. Campbell Sode had 4 goals to lead the Scots.

Bellevue (6-1-1) concludes its Texas road swing, Saturday, April 9 against Coppell.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Bellevue 8, Highland Park (Tex.) 7 (Hank Bethke, B, 3 goals, 4 ground balls; Cole Johnson, B, 2 goals; Blake Samuel, B, 1 goal; Dakota Jones, B, 1 goal; Nick Hutson, B, 1 goal; Austin Boyd, B, 11 saves; Campbell Sode, HP, 4 goals, 1 assist; Wills Manley, HP, 1 goal; Sam Delagi, HP, 1 goal)

Lake Washington drops Eastlake to even lacrosse record
KIRKLAND – Cody Bernstein scored a season-high 5 goals to lead Lake Washington to a 9 – 6 boys high school lacrosse win over Eastlake, Friday at Lake Washington High School. The win evened the Kang’s record at 4-4-0.

In the first, Lake Washington took a 1-0 lead before matching Eastlake 3 for 3 in the second to take a narrow 4 – 3 advantage into the half. In the third, the Kangs inched ahead to take a 7 – 5 lead into the final stanza. In the fourth, Lake Washington added another 2 to seal the win.

Jake Bernstein had 3 goals and Jonah Friedl had 11 saves for the Kangs. Eastlake’s Zach Shute had 3 goals and Avery Harkins had 12 saves in the nets.

Lake Washington (4-4-0) next faces Seattle Prep (3-4-0), Tuesday, April 12 in an 8 p.m. start at Lake Washington High School in Kirkland. Eastlake (3-4-1) next faces Division II Three Rivers (6-3-0) from the Tri Cities, Saturday, April 9 in a 1 p.m. start at Lake Washington High School.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Lake Washington 9, Eastlake 6 (Cody Bernstein, LW, 5 goals, 1 assist, 5 ground balls; Jake Bernstein, LW, 3 goals, 2 ground balls; Ben Anderson, LW, 1 goal, 2 ground balls; Jonah Friedl, LW, 11 saves; Zach Shute, E, 3 goals, 1 ground ball; Cooper Rosenthal, E, 1 goal, 1 assist, 5 ground balls; Tanner Clinch, E, 1 goal, 2 ground balls; Pat Keogh, E, 1 goal, 1 assist; Avery Harkins, E, 12 saves)

Boys Division II

North County lacrosse survives late Highline push for 2nd win
LYNDEN – Marcus Fakkema and Levi Lagerwey each scored a pair of goals as North County survived a late Highline push to pull away with an 8 – 6 boys high school lacrosse win, Friday at Bender Fields in Lynden. The victory was the second of the season for the Lynden team.

North County’s Brandon Van Boven was solid in the opening half, not permitting a goal until 17 seconds remaining in the second, as his offense built a 4 – 1 lead. In the third, the two teams matched up with 2 goals apiece, with North County taking a 6 – 3 lead into the final quarter. In the fourth, North County’s defense kept Highline off the boards for the first three minutes, successfully killing an illegal stick penalty, but then relented to 3 unanswered, full-strength goals as Highline fought back to knot the game at 6 – 6. In the end, North County netted the final 2 to pull ahead for the win.

North County (2-3-0) next faces Snohomish (3-1-0), Tuesday, April 12 in a 7:30 p.m. start at Glacier Peak High School. Highline (3-2-0) next faces Klahowya (3-1-0), Monday, April 11 at Moshier Park

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: North County 8, Highline 6 (Marcus Fakkema, NC, 2 goals, 1 assist, 2 ground balls; Levi Lagerwey, NC, 2 goals, 1 ground ball; Brandon Van Boven, NC, 9 saves; Brendan Miller, H, 3 goals; Dimitris Jones, H, 1 goal, 2 assist; Tanner Seramur, H, 8 saves)

Metro-leading Bulldogs romp Selah in boys lax
SEATTLE – Cedric Rhodes and Ried Kenny each netted 4 goals to power Metro-leading Garfield to a 17 – 2 boys high school lacrosse romp over Selah, Friday at Seattle’s Genesee Park.

The Bulldogs opened an early 6 – 1 first quarter lead before adding a lone goal in the second to take a 7 – 1 advantage into the intermission. Garfield came out of the break charging, scoring 5 unanswered goals in the third and adding another 5 in the final stanza to complete a full 48 minutes of its scoring onslaught.

Carl Barnes added 3 goals for the Bulldogs and Jackson Lanning led the Garfield defense with 12 ground balls. Royce Moriarty and Nick Franck scored the lone goals for the Selah squad and Jared Grubenhoff was kept busy defending the eastern Washington squad’s net with 19 saves.

Selah (2-4-0) next face Wenatchee (7-2-0), Wednesday, April 16 in a 6 p.m. start at Wenatchee Valley College. Garfield (3-2-0) next faces Nathan Hale (3-3-0), Tuesday, April 12 in a 5 p.m. start at Genesee Park in Seattle.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Garfield 17, Selah 2 (Cedric Rhodes, G, 4 goals, 3 assists; Ried Kenny, G, 4 goals; Carl Barnes, G, 3 goals; Jackson Lanning, G, 1 goal, 12 ground balls; Danny Strick, G, 9 saves; Royce Moriarty, S, 1 goal; Nick Franck, S, 1 goal; Jared Grubenhoff, S, 19 saves )

Parks leads Wenatchee past Skagit Valley with 7th lax win
BURLINGTON – Two-time Washington high school player of the week, Mitchell Parks scored 2 goals and contributed 2 assists as Eastern Division leading Wenatchee rolled to a 6 – 3 boys high school lacrosse win over Skagit Valley, Friday at Skagit River Park in Burlington. The win was the 7th of the season for the Wenatchee high school team.

Skagit Valley opened scoring in the first with an unassisted shot by Griffin Van Baush off a face off win, but Wenatchee powered back to dominate scoring in the game. Josh Madland set the table for the Wenatchee offense, grabbing 11 ground balls.

Van Baush tallied a total of 3 goals and led the Skagit defense with 12 ground balls. Jordan Johnson had 12 saves in the Skagit nets.

Wenatchee (7-2-0) next faces Selah (2-4-0), Wednesday, April 16 in a 6 p.m. start at Wenatchee Valley College. Skagit Valley (1-4-0) next faces Highline (3-2-0), Saturday, April 9 in a 1 p.m. start at Volunteer Park in Anacortes.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Wenatchee 6, Skagit Valley 3 (Mitchell Parks, W, 2 goals, 2 assists; Eric Carlson, W, 2 goals, 1 assist; Josh Madland, W, 11 ground balls; Griffin Van Baush, SV, 3 goals, 12 ground balls; Lucas Beh, SV, 7 ground balls; Jordan Johnson, SV, 12 saves)

Olson nets 2OT winner to lift Gig Harbor lacrosse past North Kitsap
POULSBO – Attackman Cody Olson scored the walk-off game winner with 2:22 remaining in double overtime to lift Gig Harbor past North Kitsap 6 – 5 in boys high school lacrosse action, Friday at North Kitsap High School. The win lifted Gig Harbor to its 4th win of the season, just one game back of Olympic Division leader Klahowya.

Enduring a defensive battle, Gig Harbor knotted the game at 5 – 5 in the fourth to force sudden death. After both teams failed to score in the first extra period, the sophomore stepped up for his 13th goal of the season.

Olson contributed 6 ground balls, Ricky Chenoweth had 7 and Lucas Bantainian had 10 saves in goal to lead Gig Harbor’s defensive effort. Colter Smith had 2 goals, Nick Stevens grabbed 10 ground balls and Chaz Zachroff had 17 saves for North Kitsap.

Gig Harbor (4-3-0) next faces Redmond (3-1-0), Friday, April 15 in a 7 p.m. start at Peninsula High School. North Kitsap (1-3-0) next faces rival South Kitsap (0-5-0), Wednesday, April 13 in a 5 p.m. start at Veteran’s Memorial Park.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Gig Harbor 6, North Kitsap 5 (Cody Olson, GH, 3 goals, 1 assist, 6 ground balls; Ricky Chenoweth, GH, 1 goal, 1 assist, 7 ground balls; Lucas Bantanian, GH, 10 saves; Colter Smith, NK, 2 goals, 4 ground balls; Nick Stevens, NK, 10 ground balls, Chaz Zacharof, NK, 17 saves)

Undefeated Woodinville cruises past Three Rivers for 8th lax win
WOODINVILLE – Daniel McKee, Colter Clinch and Tyler Paris combined for 6 goals to power high flying Woodinville to its 8th win of the season with a 9 – 4 boys high school lacrosse win over Three Rivers, Friday at Woodinville High School. The lifted undefeated Woodinville to a 2-game lead over Providence in the Cascade Division.

Woodinville jumped out to a 3 – 0 lead in the first before taking a 5 – 1 advantage into the half. In the third, they netted another 2 before adding 2 more goals in the fourth to cruise to the win.

Dalton Combs had 8 saves in goal for Wenatchee. Drew Wade led Three Rivers with 2 goals and 6 ground balls and Daniel Hart had 10 saves in goal.

Woodinville (8-0-0) next faces Stanwood (3-2-0), Tuesday, April 19 in a 7 p.m. start at Woodinville High School. Three Rivers (6-3-0) next faces Division I Eastlake (4-3-0), Saturday, April 9 in a 1 p.m. start at Eastlake High School.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Woodinville 9, Three Rivers 4 (Daniel McKee, W, 2 goals, 1 assist, 1 ground ball; Colter Clinch, W, 2 goals, 2 ground balls; Tyler Paris, W, 2 goals, 4 ground balls; Dalton Combs, W, 8 saves; Drew Wade, TR, 2 goals, 6 ground balls; Trent Wellner, TR, 1 goal, 1 ground ball; Eddy Ricks, TR, 1 goal, 3 ground balls; Trevor McGuirk, TR, 2 assists; McKay Mitchell, TR, 8 ground balls; Daniel Hart, TR, 10 saves)

Girls Division I

Biggers nets 5 goals to lead Bainbridge past Lake Sammamish in girls lax
REDMOND — Jaclyn Biggers scored 5 goals and Emma Entress added 4 as Bainbridge defeated Lake Sammamish 15 – 8 in girls Division I high school lacrosse action, Friday at Redmond’s Marymoor Park.

With both teams knotted at 6 at the half, Hanna Knostman found the net just 16 seconds into the second half, scoring the first of 7 unanswered Bainbridge goals, to put away Lake Sammamish.

Madeline Stevenson had 11 saves in goal for the Spartans. Allison Clements had 4 goals and Grace Hamilton had 10 saves for Lake Sammamish.

Bainbridge (3-0-0) next faces five-time defending state champion Lakeside (4-1-1), Wednesday, April 16 in a 6:15 p.m. start at Bainbridge Stadium. Lake Sammamish (1-2-0) has Eastside Catholic (2-3-0) next on Tuesday, April 12 in a 5:30 p.m. start at the Eastside Catholic School in Sammamish.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Bainbridge 15, Lake Sammamish 8 (Jaclyn Biggers, B, 5 goals; Emma Entress, B, 4 goals; Bea Schaeffer, B, 2 goals, 1 assist; Madeline Stevenson, B, 11 saves; Allison Clements, LS, 4 goals, 1 draw control; Kate Wagner, LS, 2 goals, 2 assists, 3 draw controls, 1 ground ball; Grace Hamilton, LS, 10 saves)

Girls Division II

Lakes Sammamish outlasts Ballard in girls lax
REDMOND – Marlena Masterleo scored with 3:33 remaining in the second half to break a 12-12 tie with Ballard, giving Lake Sammamish a 15 – 12 girls high school lacrosse win, Friday at Marymoor Park in Redmond. The win evened Lake Sammamish’s record to 2-2-0 on the season.

Ballard jumped out to an 8 – 6 lead at the half before Lake Sammamish steadily worked back to tie the game late in the second half. Masterleo and Erin Saundersen each had 4 goals on the night. Kelsey Barta had a season-high 7 goals and Maddie Soukup netted 4 for the Beavers.

Lake Sammamish (2-2-0) next faces North Kitsap (1-3-0), Monday, April 11 in a 5 p.m. start at Marymoor Park. Ballard (2-3-0) next faces Wenatchee (0-3-0), Tuesday, April 12 in a 5:30 p.m. start at Ballard High School.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Lake Sammamish 15, Ballard 12 (Marlena Masterleo, LS, 4 goals, 1 assist, 2 ground balls, 3 draw controls; Erin Saundersen, LS, 4 goals; Alexandra Johnson, LS, 2 goals, 2 assists, 2 ground balls, 1 caused turnover; Liliana Lamanna, LS, 9 saves; Kelsey Barta, B, 7 goals; Maddie Soukup, B, 4 goals, 2 assists; Hannah Breton, B, 8 saves)

Hennegan nets 7 as Klahowya drops Bainbridge in D2 lacrosse
SILVERDALE – Jacky Hennegan scored 7 goals and Rocky Winkler added 5 to lead undefeated Klahowya past Bainbridge High’s Division II girls lacrosse squad 21 – 9, Friday at Central Kitsap Junior High School.

Hennegan’s scoring output was the 5th straight game where the Virginia native netted 6 or more goals in a game.

Second-place Klahowya jumped out to a 9 – 5 lead at the half before cruising in the second for the win.

Jessica Haga netted 3 gaols, Sammy Borson added 2 and Jenna Warner, Ruthie Hawley, Kelsey Gleeson and Katie Smiley all added solo shots in Klahowya’s third win of the season. Sally Marx had 3 goals for Bainbridge.

Klahowya (3-0-0) next faces Forest Ridge (2-2-0), Monday, April 11 in a 6:45 p.m. game at Klahowya Secondary School. Bainbridge (1-3-0) next faces Tahoma (0-6-0), Wednesday, April 13 in a 7:45 p.m. start at Bainbridge Stadium.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Klahowya 21, Bainbridge 9 (Jacky Hennegan, K, 7 goals, 1 assist; Rocky Winkler, K, 5 goals; Jessica Haga, K, 3 goals; Sammy Borson, K, 2 goals; Jenna Warner, K, 1 goal; Ruthie Hawley, K, 1 goal, 2 assists; Kelsey Gleeson, K, 1 goal, 1 assist; Katie Smiley, K, 1 goal; Sherri McCarty, K, 4 saves; Sally Marx, B, 3 goals, 1 assist; Julie Ischer, B, 2 goals; Riley McCormick-Decker, B, 2 goals; Maureen Greason, B, 1 goal; Chiara D’Angelo-Patricio, B, 1 goal)

Whisman’s 5 goals leads Garfield past North Kitsap in girls lax
POULSBO – Linnea Whisman netted 5 goals and grabbed 4 ground balls to lead Garfield to an 18 – 3 girls lacrosse win over North Kitsap, Friday at Strawberry Field in Poulsbo.

The Bulldogs jumped rolled to a 13 – 1 halftime lead before cruising for another 5 goals to ice the win.

Mallory Glebe led North Kitsap scoring with 2 and Val Krich had 6 saves in goal

Garfield (6-1-0) next faces Curtis (4-2-0), Wednesday, April 13 in a 5:45 p.m. start at Curtis High School. North Kitsap (1-3-0) next faces Lake Sammamish (2-2-0), Monday, April 11 in a 5 p.m. start at Marymoor Park.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Garfield 18, North Kitsap 3 (Linnea Whisman, G, 5 goals, 1 assist, 4 ground balls; Maya Code-Williams, G, 3 goals, 3 assists, 2 ground balls; Krishni Seasholes, G, 3 goals, 1 assist, 1 ground ball; Barite Dawud, G, 5 saves; Mallory Glebe, NK, 2 goals; Val Kranich, NK, 1 goal; Val Kranich, NK, 6 saves)

Games for Saturday, April 9
Boys Division I
Mercer Island at Lincoln-Sudbury (Mass.) (Massachusetts)
Bellevue at Coppell (Tex.) (Texas)
Three Rivers at Eastlake (Eastlake HS / 1:00 p.m.)
Issaquah at Peddie (NJ) (New Jersey / 1:00 p.m.)
Eastside Catholic at Central Catholic (Ore.) (Oregon / 3:00 p.m.)
Skyline at Jesuit (Ore.) (Oregon / 4:00 p.m.)
Bainbridge at King’s Way (Columbia River HS / 7:00 p.m.)
Lakeside at Puyallup (Sumner HS / 7:00 p.m.)

Boys Division II
Three Rivers at Eastlake (Eastlake HS / 1:00 p.m.)
Highline at Skagit Valley (Volunteer Park / 1:00 p.m.)
Mt. Si at Ballard (Ballard HS / 3:00 p.m.)
Selah at Nathan Hale (Summit Fields / 4:30 p.m.)

Girls Division I
Next Games: Monday, April 11

Girls Division II
Next Games: Monday, April 11

About High School Lacrosse in Washington State
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