Prep lacrosse results for Monday, April 16

Boys, girls Washington state prep lacrosse results for Monday, April 16

 

Boys Division I

 

Issaquah stays perfect with 14 – 3 lacrosse win over Lake Washington

ISSAQUAH — Matt O’Neill and Ben Director each scored four goals as Issaquah exteneded its unbeaten string to a 11 games with a 14 – 3 boys high school lacrosse win over Lake Washington, Monday at Issaquah High School.

The win kept first-place Issaquah’s perfect season intact and was the eighth game this season where the Eagles put up 10 or more goals.

After playing to a 1- 1 tie in the first, Issaquah netted four goals in the second to take a modest 5 – 3 lead into the intermission.  But in the second half the Eagles’ defense kicked into gear blanking the Kangs for the final two quarters.  In the end, Issaquah netted four in the third and six in the fourth to shut down Lake Washington.

O’Neill’s four goals gave the senior attackman 34 on the season, while Director a senior midfielder, has 22 on the season.

Jason McLean, Tyler Watkins and Cody Bernstein managed the lone goals for Lake Washington and Jonah Friedl kept busy between the pipes with 24 saves.

Issaquah (11-0-0) next faces Mukilteo (5-2-0), Friday, April 20 in a 7:30 p.m. start at Kamiak High School.  Lake Washington (6-5-0) next faces Bellarmine Prep (3-3-0), Friday, April 20 in a 7 p.m. start at Lincoln Bowl.

Scoring

Issaquah                              1  4  4  6 — 14

Lake Washington             1  2  0  0 —  3

Issaquah 14, Lake Washington 3 (Matt O’Neill, IS, 4 goals; Ben Director, IS, 4 goals; Austin Ritchie, IS, 2 goals; Alex Cizewski, IS, 1 goal; Zach Fritz, IS, 1 goal; jack Corscadden, IS, 1 goal; Duncan Hamilton, IS, 1 goal; O’Neil Hughes, IS, 3 saves; Brady Hahn, IS, 4 saves; Jason McLean, LW, 1 goal; Tyler Watkins, LW, 1 goal; Cody Bernstein, LW, 1 goal: Jonah Friedl, LW, 24 saves)

 

Boys Division II

 

Moisant’s hat trick leads Providence past Whatcom in boys lacrosse

WOODINVILLE — Caleb Moisant scored three goals and grabbed eight ground balls to lead Providence to its fifth win of the season with an 11 – 2 boys high school lacrosse defeat of Whatcom, Monday at the Woodinville Sports Fields.

The win helped third-place Providence creep to within a half-game of second-place Everett in the Boys Division II Cascade Conference.  Snohomish is in command of the conference with a two-and-a-half games lead on the Highlanders.

Providence built on a two-goal first quarter lead with three more in the second for a 5 – 0 half-time lead.  They scored four more in the third before Whatcom finally got on the board in the final quarter with goals by Aiden Sands and Dylan Bruce.  In the end the two squads matched each other’s two goals to close out scoring in the fourth.

Moisant’s hat trick broke a two-game scoring drought for the junior midfielder.

Providence (5-3-0) next faces Snohomish (8-1-0), Wednesday, April 18 in a 7 p.m. start at Lake Stevens High School.  Whatcom (3-4-0) next faces San Juan (3-3-0), Wednesday, April 18 in a 4 p.m. start at Whatcom Community College.

Scoring

Providence         2  3  4  2  — 11

Whatcom            0  0  0  2  —  2

Providence 11, Whatcom 2 (Caleb Moisant, P, 3 goals, 8 ground balls; Hayden Thomas, P, 3 goals; Bryce Hummel, P, 2 goals, 1 assist, 5 ground balls; Harrison Hummel, P, 2 goals, 1 ground ball; Cole Butaud, P, 11 saves; Aiden Sands, W, 1 goal; Dylan Bruce, W, 1 goal)

 

Girls Varsity

Stadium girls net 10 second-half goals to force lacrosse tie with Curtis

TACOMA — Saide Treleven scored a season-high nine goals as Stadium scored 10 second-half goals to force a 16 – 16 girls high school lacrosse tie with Curtis at Stadium High School in Tacoma.  The upset outcome gave Stadium, the fifth place team in the Peninsula Conference its third point of the season as it inched towards fourth-place North Kitsap, just one point ahead.

After scoring 10 goals in the first half, Curtis, the second-place team in the Peninsula Conference appeared to be on its way to joining Bainbridge at the top of the conference, but Stadium spoiled the day, coming back with 10 goals in the second half to salvage the tie.

Treleven’s nine goals gave the senior midfielder 31 on the season.  Kortney Hudak, led Curtis with six goals.

Stadium (1-5-1) next faces Bellarmine Prep (0-6-1), Friday April 20 in a 6 p.m. start at Mason Middle School.  Curtis (4-1-1) next faces Bainbridge (5-1-1), Monday, April 23 in a 7 p.m. start at Curtis High School Stadium.

Scoring

Curtis                    10  6  — 16

Stadium                 6 10 — 16

Curtis 16, Stadium 16 (Saide Treleven, S, 9 goals, 1 assist, 1 ground ball, 2 caused turnovers, 10 draw controls; Madison Sollars, S, 4 goals, 2 assists, 2 draw controls; Audra Robinson, S, 1 goal, 2 draw controls; Megan Brady, S, 3 saves; Khaila Courtney, S, 3 saves; Kortney Hudak, C, 6 goals, 2 draw controls; Sloane Barton, C, 4 goals, 1 ground ball; Emily Davis, C, 3 goals, 1 assist, 1 draw control; Brittany Konstantynowicz, C, 1 goal, 1 draw control; Alaina Arroryo, C, 1 goal, 1 assist, 1 caused turnover, 2 draw controls; Carina Coppedge-Pope, C, 15 saves)

 

Ayres nets season high five goals as Spanaway drops Bethel in girls lax

SPANAWAY — Mikayla Ayres scored a season-high five goals to lead Spanaway Lake to a 12 – 10 girls high school lacrosse win over Bethel, Monday at Bethel High School in Spanaway.

The win was the third of the season for Spanaway Lake and helped them snap a four-game losing skid.  With the win Spanaway crept to within a point-and-a-half of second-place Lake Tapps in the Nisqually Conference.  Evergreen is on top of the conference with seven points.

Spanaway and Bethel finished the first half knotted at four, before Spanaway netted eight goals in the second half to pull away for the win.

Ayres, a sophomore midfielder now has 10 goals on the season.  Sirrenahdi Battle let Bethel scorers with four goals

Spanaway Lake (3-4-0) next faces Graham-Kapowsin (1-6-0), Thursday, April 19 in a 6 p.m. start at Bethel High School.  Bethel (0-7-0) next faces Evergreen (3-3-1), Saturday, April 21 in a 1 p.m. start at McKenzie Field in Vancouver.

Scoring

Spanaway Lake                   4   8 — 12

Bethel                                   4  6 —  10

Spanaway Lake 12, Bethel 10 (Mikayla Ayres, SL, 5 goals, 1 ground ball, draw controls; Dashawnae Hill, SL, 3 goals, 1 ground ball; Ashley Kiehn, SL, 2 goals, 2 ground balls; Malanie Damian, SL, 1 goal, 1 draw control; Kat Caisatan, SL, 1 goal, 3 ground balls, 2 draw controls; Kayla Blakeney, SL, 12 saves; Sirrenahdi Battle, B, 4 goals, 1 ground ball, 5 draw controls; Olivia Sinay, B, 2 goals, 1 ground ball; Ivililo Navalta, B, 2 goals, 1 ground ball; Micayal Stephen, B, 1 goal; Kaitlyn Gates, B, 9 saves)

Games for Tuesday, April 17

Boys Division I

Woodinville and Northshore (Bothell HS  / 6:30 p.m.)

Puyallup at Curtis (Curtis HS / 8 p.m.)

Eastlake at Sammamish (Newport HS / 8 p.m.)

 

Boys Division II

Snohomish at North County (Bender Fields / 5 p.m.)

Monroe at Skagit Valley  (Burlington-Edison HS / p.m.)

Edmonds at Liberty (Maywood Middle School / 6 p.m.)

Everett at Stanwood (Stanwood Middle School / 6 p.m.)

 

Girls Varsity

Graham-Kapowsin at Tahoma (Tahoma HS – Hoyt field / 4 p.m.)

Bellevue East at Overlake (Overlake School / 4:30 p.m.)

Klahowya at Seattle Prep (Magnuson Park 4 / 5:30 p.m.)

Mukilteo at Snohomish (Snohomish – Glacier Peak HS / 7:30 p.m.)

 

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 34-year local history, 157 individual boys and girls high school teams are available to students attending nearly 200 WIAA schools 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 the spring season and 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 www.WashingtonHSLAX.com or follow us on Facebook or Twitter @WashingtonHSLAX. 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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