High school lacrosse results for Saturday, May 14 (AP-style game summaries)

High school lacrosse results for Saturday, May 14

Boys Division I – Regular Season

Three hat tricks lead Tacoma past Prep for 13th lacrosse win
TACOMA – Connor McLeod, Garrett Stockdale and Jacob Bolek all scored hat tricks to lead Tacoma to its 13th win of the season with a 17 – 3 boys high school lacrosse defeat of Seattle Prep, on senior day ,Saturday at Bellarmine Prep in Tacoma.

Tacoma extended a 4 – 1 first quarter lead to a 7 – 1 halftime advantage before netting 6 goals in the third and 4 in the fourth to cruise to the win.

A total of 11 Tacoma players scored in the win that honored seniors Connor O’Brien (1 goal), Alec Stewart (3 ground balls), Connor Flannigan (1 ground ball), Liam Noronha (2 ground balls), Andrew Rega (3 saves), Noah Johnson Graham Tash, Nick Mead, and Alex Thomas.

Other Tacoma players to score included Max Jones and Robert Beezer with 2 goals. Rega delivered an assist while platooning at midfield.

Tacoma wrapped up the season at 13-3-0 in third place of the Southwest Conference, two games behind Bainbridge. Prep finished at 4-10-0 in eighth place.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Tacoma 17, Seattle Prep 3 (Connor McLeod, T, 3 goals, 2 assists; Garrett Stockdale, T, 3 goals, 1 assist, 5 ground balls; Jacob Bolek, T, 3 goals, 1 assist, 5 ground balls; Max Jones, T, 2 goals, 4 assists, 2 ground balls; Robert Beezer, T, 2 goals, 1 assist; Connor O’Brien, T, 1 goal, Alec Stewart, T, 3 ground balls; Liam Noronha, T, 2 ground balls; Connor Flannigan, T, 1 ground ball; Andrew Rega, T, 3 saves, 1 assist)

Goodman nets 5 goals as Bainbridge boys drop Puyallup for 15th lacrosse win
PUYALLUP – Jacob Goodman scored 5 goals as Bainbridge notched its 15th win of the season with an 18 – 3 boys high school lacrosse defeat of Puyallup, Saturday at Sparks Puyallup Stadium. With the win, Bainbridge held onto a full game lead over Curtis atop the Southwest Conference on the last day of the regular season.

The Spartans opened strong, taking a 4 – 2 lead in the first and scoring 7 unanswered goals in the second to build an 11 – 2 advantage by halftime. In the second half, Bainbridge cruised to the win, blanking Puyallup 4 – 0 in the third and adding 3 goals in fourth.

A total of 9 players scored for Bainbridge including seniors Max Skotheim (1 goal, 3 ground balls), Alex Crane (1 goal, 2 assists, 6 ground balls), Alexander Rabin (1 goal, 1 assist, 4 ground balls), Connor Cather (1 ground ball), Ryder Goodlin (1 ground ball), Nick Lacy (1 ground ball). Julian Skotheim-Hillis (2 saves). Tucker Gillis, Henry Deery-Schmidt also concluded their Spartans’ career. Other Bainbridge players to score included Cameron Park with 4 goals. Sean Kennedy and Quinn McMahon combined for 18 ground balls.

For Puyallup, Nolan Ernst, Micayel McKechnie and Dean Morris all scored single goals and Josh Kohler had 8 saves.

Bainbridge concludes it season15-2-0, while Puyallup finishes with a 2-13-0 record.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Bainbridge 18, Puyallup 3 (Jacob Goodman, B, 5 goals, 1 assist; Cameron Park, B, 4 goals; Alex Crane, B, 1 goal, 2 assists, 6 ground ball; Alexander Rabin, B, 1 goal, 1 assist, 4 ground balls; Max Skotheim, B, 1 goal, 3 ground balls; Sean Kennedy, B, 9 ground balls; Quinn McMahon, B, 9 ground balls; Connor Cather, B, 1 ground ball; Ryder Goodlin, B, 1 ground ball; Nick Lacy, B, 1 ground ball; Julian Skotheim-Hillis, B, 2 saves; Nolan Ernst, P, 1 goal; Micayel McKechnie, P, 1 goal, 3 ground balls; Dean Morris, P, 1 goal, Brandon Seachriest, P, 1 assist, 1 ground ball; Josh Kohler, P, 8 saves)

King’s Way lacrosse upsets Tahoma on Robinson’s 2 goals
TACOMA – Koda Robinson scored two goals to lead King’s Way to its ninth win of the season with a 6 – 5 boys high school lacrosse road upset of Tahoma, Saturday at Tahoma High School.

In a tightly contest game, Tahoma took the early lead, closing the first quarter with a 2 -1 lead. In the second, the Knights had the upper hand, outscoring Tahoma 2 -1 to knot the game a 3 – 3 going into the half. In the third, the two squads each netted two goals to again knot the game going into the fourth and final quarter. In the end, King’s Way delivered the solo fourth-quarter goal to take the win.

Max Zandstra had 12 saves for King’s Way. Tahoma’s Justin Ross scored 3 goals, Spencer Kerr grabbed 9 ground balls and Justin Hanson had 10 saves in goal.

King’s Way wraps-up its season with a 9-7-0 record, while Tahoma finished at 14-4-0.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: King’s Way 6 Tahoma 5 (Koda Robinson, KW, 2 goals; Nick Guinette, KW, 1 assist; Kenton McGuire, KW, 1 assist; Tyler Preston, KW, 7 ground balls; Max Zandstra, KW, 12 saves; Justin Ross, T, 3 goals; Desmond Decker, T, 3 assists; Spencer Kerr, T, 9 ground balls; Justin Hanson, T, 10 saves)

Boys Division II — Opening Round Playoffs

Parks nets 6 to power Wenatchee past Gig Harbor for state lacrosse quarterfinal berth
WENATCHEE – Mitchell Parks scored 6 goals, all in the first half, to lead Wenatchee into the state lacrosse quarterfinals with a 19 – 4 opening round playoff win, Saturday at Wenatchee Valley College. With the win, Wenatchee faces Garfield in its quarterfinal matchup Saturday, May 21.

A total of 10 Wenatchee players scored in the win with Parks scoring 3 of his 6 goals on the night in the first quarter to build a 4 – 0 lead. In the second, Parks delivered his second 3 goals of the night as Wenatchee netted 6 goals to take a 10 – 2 advantage into the intermission. Wenatchee blanked Gig Harbor 4 – 0 in the third and added 5 goals in fourth to seal the win.

Parks contributed 10 ground balls to lead the defense, while Connor Dahl netted 4 goals and grabbed 6 ground balls and Thomas Bass and Kelly Smith combined for 11 saves. Cody Olson led Gig Harbor with a hat trick and Lucas Batanian had 14 saves in goal.

As this year’s torch-bearer for Eastern Washington high schools, Wenatchee won seven straight games to finish the season by a combined score of 93 – 23 including a 19 – 2 defeat of Ballard on April 30 and 13 – 4 defeat of Three Rivers on May 4.

Gig Harbor, which finished the season at 7-7-0, lost two of its last three games of the regular season. Gig Harbor beat Port Angeles 12 – 4 on May 4 then dropped its May 6 game to Highline 16 – 9 and May 10 season finale to Klahowya 12 – 8.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Wenatchee 19, Gig Harbor 4 – Wenatchee advances to state quarterfinals (Mitchell Parks, W, 6 goals, 2 assists, 10 ground balls; Connor Dahl, W, 4 goals, 6 ground balls; Connor Christensen, W, 2 goals, 2 assists, 5 ground balls; Thomas Bass, W, 8 saves; Kelly Smith, W, 3 saves; Cody Olson, GH, 3 goals, 4 ground balls; Nate Ashton, GH, 1 goal, 1 assist, 4 ground balls; Lucas Batanian, GH, 14 saves)

Sourbeer’s 2 goals leads Skagit Valley past North Kitsap and into state lacrosse quarterfinals
MT VERNON – Jeff Sourbeer scored 2 goals and delivered an assist to lead Skagit Valley into the state lacrosse quarterfinals with a 5 – 0 opening round playoff win over North Kitsap, Saturday at Mt. Vernon High School. With the win, Skagit Valley faces Blanchet in the state quarterfinals, Saturday, May 21.

With strong defense from both squads, Skagit Valley extended a 1 – 0 first quarter lead to 3 – 0 at the half. After holding each other scoreless in the third, Skagit delivered 2 goals in the fourth to seal the victory.

Griffin Van Baush set the stage for the Skagit offense, winning 8 of 9 face offs. On defense, Van Baush combined with Kyle Mack and Mac Burnett 31 ground balls.

Skagit Valley earned the Skagit Conference crown through a rarely imposed “mini-playoff” Friday to unlock its three-way tie with North County and Whatcom. Prior to prevailing in the tie-break, Skagit Valley won two of its final three games, taking a 5 – 4 overtime win from Stanwood on May 3 and a 13 – 5 decision over San Juan on May 6. In its final regular season game, Skagit Valley dropped a hotly contested overtime match to Everett 10 – 9.

North Kitsap, which finished third in the Olympic Conference, wrapped up its first season with a post season appearance with a 4-10-0 record. North Kitsap earned a berth in the opening round by defeating Port Angeles in a play-in game, Thursday to determine the third and final playoff spot in the Olympic Conference. North Kitsap won its May 3 contest against Port Angeles 4 – 2 before dropping games to Liberty 7 – 0 on May 7 and Port Angeles 7 – 6 on May 10.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Skagit Valley 5, North Kitsap 0 – Skagit Valley advances to state quarterfinals (Jeff Sourbeer, SV, 2 goals, 1 assist, 6 ground balls; Mac Burnett, SV, 2 goals, 9 ground balls; Jake Kinney, SV, 1 goal, 3 ground balls; Griffin Van Baush, SV, 12 ground balls; Kyle Mack, SV, 10 ground balls; Jordan Johnson, SV, 7 saves; Ken Miller, NK, 7 ground balls; Chazz Zachroff, NK, 11 saves)

Headland’s 4 goals leads Sammamish past Three Rivers, into state lacrosse quarterfinals
BELLEVUE – Brian Headland scored 4 goals to lead Sammamish to the state lacrosse quarterfinals with a 14 – 11 opening round playoff win over Three Rivers, Saturday at Robinswood Park in Bellevue. The win propelled Sammamish to a quarterfinal playoff matchup with Providence Classical Christian School on Saturday, May 21.

For Sammamish Cooper Horton had 3 goals, Tyler Wright had 2 goals and Matt Young scored a goal and grabbed 14 ground balls.

On the way to the playoffs, Sammamish (17-1-0) only lost once this season in an 11 – 6 decision against Northshore on March 31. In its last three games of the season, Sammamish downed Mt. Si, Klahowya and Highline by a combined score of 43 – 15.

Three Rivers from the Tri Cities finishes the season at 10-7-0. The Tri Cities high school squad entered the playoffs winning two of its last three regular season games including a 17 – 7 win over Oregon’s Hermiston High School on April 25. It then lost to Wenatchee 13 – 4 on May 4 and finished with an 11 – 8 win over Selah on May 6.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Sammamish 14, Three Rivers 11 – Sammamish advances to state quarterfinals (Brian Headland, S, 4 goals, 4 ground balls; Cooper Horton, S, 3 goals, 1 assist, 1 ground ball; Tyler Wright, S, 2 goals, 3 assists, 2 ground balls; Matt Young, S, 1 goal, 14 ground balls; Connor Reichenbach, S, 2 saves)

Barnes nets 5 as Garfield drops Snohomish for berth in state lacrosse quarterfinals
SEATTLE – Carl Barnes scored 5 goals to lead Garfield into the state lacrosse quarterfinals with an 11 – 7 opening round playoff win over Snohomish, Saturday at Georgetown Fields in Seattle. With the win, the Bulldogs take on Wenatchee in the state quarterfinals, Friday, May 20.

Garfield took advantage of Snohomish’s hasty clearing game to control possession throughout the game. The Bulldogs’ first two midfield lines ultimately grabbed 24 ground balls, outpacing 10 grabs by the first and second Snohomish midfield line, to set the stage for the offense.

In the first the Metro Conference champion Bulldogs jumped out to a 5 – 3 advantage and quickly extended its lead to 8 – 4 at the half. After holding each other scoreless in the third, the two squads netted three goals apiece to round out the scoring.

Cedric Rhodes, Jackson Lanning and Justin Guity all scored 2 goals, while Lanning grabbed 10 ground balls for Garfield. For Snohomish, Austin Tippett and Josh Pedersen each scored 2 goals and Tucker Cooper had 15 saves in goal.

Garfield (13-2-0) won 10 straight to finish out the regular season after starting the season 2 – 2. In their final three games of the season, the Bulldogs downed Nathan Hale 11 – 4 on May 5, dropped Roosevelt in overtime 9 – 8 on May 9 and eclipsed Franklin 16 – 3 on May 10.

On the way to the playoffs, Snohomish (10-4-0) dropped its final two games of the season 6 – 5 to Woodinville on May 5 and 10 – 7 to Providence on May 10 after winning five straight through the middle stretch of the season.

SCORING HIGHLIGHTS: Garfield 11, Snohomish 7 – Garfield advances to state quarterfinals (Carl Barnes, G, 5 goals, 1 assist, 7 ground balls; Cedric Rhodes, G, 2 goals; Jackson Lanning, G, 2 goals, 1 assist, 10 ground balls; Justin Guity, G, 2 goals, 3 ground balls; Danny Strick, G, 7 saves; Austin Tippett, S, 2 goals; Josh Pedersen, S, 2 goals, 1 assist; Cody Chester, S, 1 goal; Brandon Todd, S, 1 goal; Julian Sibley, S, 1 goal; Jarrett Toy, S, 1 assist; Devin Remlinger, S, 1 assist; Tucker Cooper, S, 15 saves)

State Tournament Schedule

Boys Division I

Bracket: http://www.sportability.com/spx/Leagues/Playoffs.asp?LgID=26603

Tuesday, May 17 — Opening Round (winners advance to quarterfinals)
Eastlake at Tacoma (Mt. Tahoma Stadium / 7:00 p.m.)
BYE: Mercer Island, Bainbridge, Curtis, Issaquah

Wednesday, May 18 — Opening Round (winners advance to quarterfinals)
Lake Tapps at Bellevue (Bellevue HS / 7:00 p.m.)
Tahoma at Eastside Catholic (Eastside Catholic School / 7:00 p.m.)
King’s Way at Lake Washington (location / time TBD)

Boys Division II
Bracket: http://www.sportability.com/spx/Leagues/Playoffs.asp?LgID=26604

Friday, May 20 – Quarterfinals (winners advance to semifinals)
Highline, North County winner at Woodinville (location / time TBD)
Garfield at Wenatchee (location / time TBD)

Saturday, May 21 – Quarterfinals (winners advance to semifinals)
Providence at Sammamish (location / time TBD)
Blanchet at Skagit Valley (location / time TBD)

Girls Division I
Bracket: http://www.sportability.com/spx/Leagues/Playoffs.asp?LgID=26938

Tuesday, May 17 – Semifinals (winners advance to state championship)
Issaquah at Bainbridge (location / time TBD)
Lakeside at Snohomish (Glacier Peak HS / 7:15 p.m.)

Girls Division II

Bracket: http://www.sportability.com/spx/Leagues/Playoffs.asp?LgID=26939

Wednesday, May 18 – Semifinals (winners advanced to state championship)
Garfield at Overlake (Overlake School / time TBD)
Bellevue East at Klahowya (location / time TBD)

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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