High school lacrosse in the news for the week of April 11 – 17

High school lacrosse in the news for the week of April 11 – 17

SEATTLE — The following is a summary of high school lacrosse stories from newspapers around Washington state for the week ending April 17, 2011.

Caption: Connor Bernal (white #7) beats Issaquah goaltender O’Neil Hughes (purple #0) for Mercer Island’s 8th goal as the Islanders secured an 8 – 4 boys high school lacrosse win, Friday at Mercer Island High School. The win gave the Islanders their 10th win of the season and sole possession of first place in the Northeast Division. Credit: Michael Jardine.

Monday, April 11
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
Seattle Times: Monday’s detailed prep lacrosse results
Mercer Island Reporter: MIHS sports schedule this week
Bellingham Herald: North County lacrosse holds off Highline
Ballard News Tribune: Beavers Weekend Sports Roundup

Tuesday, April 12
Wenatchee World: Back-to-Back for Parks
Mercer Island Reporter: Mercer Island lacrosse earns big wins in Massachusetts
Mercer Island Reporter: Lacrosse standings through April 10
Issaquah Press: Issaquah drops three in New Jersey
Seattle Times: Tuesday’s detailed prep lacrosse results
Patch – Mercer Island: Washington State Boys, Girls Lacrosse Standings & Top Scorers April 10
Sammamish Review: Sammamish spring sports teams hunt for wins amid rain
Issaquah Press: Television series stars Issaquah business whiz kids
Tacoma News Tribune: Wade nets 6 in win at Hermiston
Patch – Redmond: Lake Sammamish Girls’ Lacrosse Nets 18 in Victory Over North Kitsap
East Oregonian: Records scores hat trick in losing effort
Mercer Island Reporter: MIHS Sports Round Up

Wednesday, April 13
Seattle Times: Wednesday’s detailed prep lacrosse results
ESPN – Boston: MIAA Boys Lacrosse Top 25 Update
Bainbridge Review: Girls lacrossers defeat Lakeside 18-12, remain undefeated
My Edmonds News: High school lacrosse: Tigers fall 21-4 to tough Eastside Catholic team
Mercer Island Reporter: Mercer Island emerging as lacrosse powerhouse
Sno Valley Star: Lacrosse players battle on off field
Ballard News Tribune: Beavers Sports Roundoup: April 12
Mukilteo Beacon: School Features Rotary Club honors Kamiak senior
Issaquah Press: Skyline lacrosse batters Mukilteo
Hermiston Herald: Dawgs tinker with lineup, lose

Thursday, April 14
Auburn Reporter: Auburn Riverside student and Lake Tapps lacrosse player Megan Lucchesi earns all-state nod
Seattle Times: US Lacrosse Washington Players of the Week
Kitsap Sun: High School Notebook: Lacrosse on Comcast
American Chronicle: BRIEF: Wenatchee Valley Lacrosse midfielder named state Player of the Week
Patch – Mercer Island: Comcast Will Televise MI Lacrosse Tonight vs Issaquah
Patch – University Place: Stewart Nets Season-High Six Goals In Viks Lacrosse Win
Patch – Bellevue: Bellevue East Lacrosse Beats Lakeside, Remains Undefeated
Patch – University Place: Curtis Lacrosse: Boys Romp Stadium, Girls Fall To Garfield
Seattle Times: Thursday’s detailed prep lacrosse results
American Chronicle: Brief: 45 teams to compete at Columbia Park
Wilsonville Spokesman Roundup: Wilsonville girls lacrosse team pulls upset over Century

Friday, April 15
Issaquah Press: Skyline lacrosse falls to Eastside Catholic
Patch – Bellevue: Sammamish Lacrosse beats Redmond for 10th Win
Ballard News Tribune: Beavers Sports Roundup: April 13 and 14
Bainbridge Review: Biggers scores eight as Spartans defeat Lions
Mercer Island Reporter: Comcast will broadcast two MI boys lacrosse games
Mercer Island Reporter: Islanders Connor Bernal named UW Lacrosse Washington High school player of the week
Seattle Times: Friday’s detailed prep lacrosse results
Patch – Bellevue: Bellevue lacrosse rolls past Lynnwood, next game is tonight
Patch – Redmond: Lake Sammamish Girls’ Lacrosse Breezes by Tacoma, Lake Tapps
Issaquah Reporter: Issaquah, Skyline lacrosse game to be aired on Comcast On Demand
Bellevue Reporter: Bellevue dominates Lynnwood and other lacrosse news

Saturday, April 16
Patch – Bellevue: Bellevue girls lacrosse falls to Issaquah Friday
Seattle Times: Saturday’s detailed prep lacrosse results
Patch – University Place: Lady Viks Lacrosse Fall To Klahowya On The Road
Patch – Bellevue: Bellevue Boys Lacrosse drop Mukilteo Friday Night
Patch – Gig Harbor: Boys Lacrosse: Harbor Fire Falls to Redmond

Sunday, April 17
Patch – University Place: Curtis boys pull away from Puyallup in lacrosse
Tri City Herald: Three Rivers Lacrosse Shoot Out
Redmond City Blog: Redmond Boys Lacrosse go 4-2 for the Season with Gig Harbor win

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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