High school lacrosse in the news for the week of April 4 – 10

High school lacrosse in the news for the week of April 4 – 10

SEATTLE — High School lacrosse was featured this past week on KONG TV as The Seattle Times People’s Choice Game of the Week on the AAA Varsity News. Friday’s Boys Division I high school matchup between Eastlake and Lake Washington received 34 percent of the votes cast by Seattle Times readers. The game beat out Blanchet vs. Franklin (4%) and Kennedy vs. Shorecrest (28%) soccer matchups; Nathan Hale vs. West Seattle baseball (9%) matchup and a rugby match featuring clubs from Seattle and Liberty (23%).

Seattle Times Peoples Choice Game of the Week on AAA Varsity News (KONG TV): Eastlake vs. Lake Washington Game of the Week

The following is a summary of other high school lacrosse stories from newspapers around Washington state for the week ending April 10, 2011.

Monday, April 4

Seattle Times: Prep lacrosse scores
Mercer Island Reporter: MIHS spring sports schedule through April 9
Mercer Island Reporter: MIHS sports scores recap
Mercer Island Reporter: Lacrosse standings through April 3
Federal Way News: Beavers Sports Roundup: April 1st and 2ndThe Columbian: Beall earns weekly lacrosse honor

Tuesday, April 5

Seattle Times: Prep lacrosse scores
Bellevue Reporter: Boys and girls lacrosse scoring leaders
Mercer Island Reporter: Three Islanders make inaugural Washington regional lacrosse team
Everett Herald: Lacrosse
Sammamish Review: 4 Sammamish laxers to play in national tourney

Wednesday, April 6
Seattle Times: Prep lacrosse scores
Tacoma News Tribune: Lacrosse: State Players of the Week
Patch – University Place: Curtis’ Carr Named Lacrosse Player Of The Week
Issaquah Press: Issaquah flying to New Jersey for lacrosse matchups
MyCentralNewJersey.com: CN Boys Lacrosse Roundup: Steven Polansky edges Rutgers Prep past Issaquah
Mercer Island Reporter: Mercer Island boys lacrosse back at winning ways this spring

Thursday, April 7

Seattle Times: US Lacrosse Washington Players of the Week
Seattle Times: Prep lacrosse scores
Bellevue Reporter: Wolverines lacrosse flexes muscle in Lone Star State
Issaquah Reporter: Issaquah lacrosse drops 2-OT match to Rutgers Prep | Wednesday prep roundup
Mercer Island Reporter: Mercer Island wins in overtime over No. 8 team in the country | Boys lacrosse
Patch – Kirkland: Kangs Whip Puyallup 14-5 to Earn Third Lacrosse Win
Patch – Bellevue: Sammamish Lacrosse Defeats Skagit Valley Tuesday

Friday, April 8

Seattle Times: Prep lacrosse scores
Central Kitsap Reporter: The Eagles of Klahowya lacrosse have landed
Patch – Bellevue: Sammamish Lacrosse Chalks Win Against Lakeside, Led by Schmidt’s Five Goals

Saturday, April 9

Seattle Times: Prep lacrosse scores
Ballard News Tribune: Beavers sports roundup: April 7th and 8th
The Columbian: Weekend events: High school rugby, lacrosse teams take to the fields
Boston Herald: Wellesey and Lincoln-Sudbury boys lax action
Patch – Kirkland: Lake Washington Drops Eastlake to Even Lacrosse Record
Patch – Sammamish: Girls Lacrosse: Eastside Catholic School’s Alex Foreman Named State Player of the Week

Sunday, April 10

Seattle Times: Prep lacrosse scores
Kitsap Sun: High school report: Bainbridge lacrosse remains undefeated

Monday, April 11, 2011

Patch – Bellevue: Bellevue Lacrosse Leaves Texas 2-1 in Three Game Spring Break Tour
Bellevue Reporter: Interlake takes down Sammamish, Wolverines take two of three on Texas Spring Break trip
Everett Herald: Super Kid: Jahmie Day, starting new traditions at Glacier Peak High

About High School Lacrosse in Washington State
Lacrosse is the fastest growing sport in the US and in Washington state has experienced double-digit annual growth throughout the past decade. With a 33-year local history, more than 4,000 students attending over 100 WIAA schools now make up 154 individual boys and girls Varsity and JV teams across eastern and western Washington. Governed by the Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association and the Washington Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association, the sport is played during a nine-week spring season capped by annual boys and girls state championships in late May. To learn more about lacrosse in Washington or to receive daily high school results, visit USLAX-WA.org or become a fan on facebook . To learn more about the history, traditions and values of lacrosse, college opportunities available to students, and the 21 US states now sanctioning high school lacrosse, visit USLacrosse.org.

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