2012 Washington girls lacrosse All-State team named

SEATTLE –The Washington Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association today announced the 2012 All-State team for Girls Varsity high school lacrosse. The All-State selections are made by coaches from each of the varsity girls teams in Washington state.

Forty student-athletes from 21 high schools across the state are among the girls honorees.

Schools represented by multiple student-athletes include: Bainbridge High School (7), Lakeside (6), Mercer Island (5), Eastlake (2), Overlake (2), Garfield (2) and Seattle Prep (2).

The following schools all were each represented by one student-athlete; Archbishop Murphy, Glacier Peak, Snohomish, Central Kitsap, International School, Eastside Catholic, Forest Ridge, Interlake, Lake Washington, Redmond, Sammamish, Skyline, Woodinville, and Roosevelt.

Seven student-athletes were honored with All-State for the third year, 18 made the list for the second year, while 15 were recognized for the first time.

Third-year honorees include: Kelsey Mackin (Bainbridge), Grace Deery-Schmitt (Bainbridge), Madeline Stevenson (Bainbridge),Claire Monsaas (Redmond High School playing for Lake Sammamish) Mary Sessler (Seattle Prep), Megan Jemley (Mercer Island), and Lauren Breynaert (Eastside Catholic).

Second-year honorees include: Chase McMahon (Bainbridge), Meg Chapman (Woodinville High School playing for Lake Sammamish), Allison Clements (Lake Washington High School playing for Lake Sammamish), Sarah Drucker (Lakeside), Jo Canino (Lakeside), Tyler Sherper (Mercer Island), Elena Skouras (Mercer Island), Madison Blackburn (Mercer Island), Stephanie Lamphere (Snohomish), Jacky Hennegan (Central Kitsap High School playing for Klahowya), Sophie Wolz (Sammamish High School playing for Bellevue East),Camille Sullivan (Interlake High School playing for Bellevue East), Elena Becker (International School playing for Bellevue East), Haley Mincin (Skyline High School playing for Issaquah), Kelly Brennan (Forest Ridge), Jimena Sanchez (Overlake), Zoe Pinczower (Overlake), and Adrienne Leonard (Roosevelt).

First-year honorees include: Theo Fehsenfeld (Bainbridge), Olivia Smith (Bainbridge), Bea Sheffer (Bainbridge), Ali Savage (Eastlake High School playing for Lake Sammamish), Grace Hamilton (Eastlake High School playing for Lake Sammamish), Kaylee Best (Lakeside), Natalie Fox (Lakeside), Makayla DeJong (Lakeside), Emily Kim (Lakeside), Saffron Snethen (Mercer Island), Maya Code-Williams (Garfield), Uriah Powers (Garfield), Emily Cone (Seattle Prep), Hanna Dalrymple (Glacier Peak High School playing for Snohomish), Mahea Wong (Archbishop Murphy playing for Snohomish).

In total, 24 seniors, 14 juniors, and 2 sophomores were named to the 2012 girls All-State team.

2012 Washington Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association All-State team
(As selected by Girls Varsity coaches in Washington state)

Position, Name, Year, School (Team – if different from school)
Attack, Theo Fehsenfeld, Sr, Bainbridge High School
Attack, Olivia Smith, Sr, Bainbridge High School
Midfield, Grace Deery-Schmitt, Sr, Bainbridge High School
Midfield, Kelsey Mackin, Sr, Bainbridge High School
Midfield, Bea Sheffer, Sr, Bainbridge High School
Defense, Chase McMahon, Sr, Bainbridge High School
Goal, Madeline Stevenson, Jr, Bainbridge High School
Midfield, Jacky Hennegan, Sr, Central Kitsap High School (Klahowya)

Attack, Maya Code-Williams, Sr, Garfield High School
Defense, Uriah Powell, Jr, Garfield High School
Midfield, Emily Cone, Sr, Seattle Preparatory School
Midfield, Mary Sessler, Sr, Seattle Preparatory School
Midfield, Adrienne Leonard, Jr, Roosevelt High School

Midfield, Kaylee Best, Jr, Lakeside School / Snohomish Resident
Defense, Jo Canino, Jr, Lakeside School / Seattle Resident
Defense, Makayla DeJong, Sr, Lakeside School / Seattle Resident
Attack, Sarah Drucker, Sr, Lakeside School / Mercer Island Resident
Midfield, Natalie Fox, Jr, Lakeside School / Mercer Island Resident
Defense, Emily Kim, Sr, Lakeside School / Mercer Island Resident

Attack, Tyler Sherper, Jr, Mercer Island High School
Attack, Elena Skouras, Sr, Mercer Island High School
Midfield, Madison Blackburn, Jr, Mercer Island High School
Midfield, Saffron Snethen, Jr, Mercer Island High School
Defense, Megan Jemley, Sr, Mercer Island High School

Midfield, Zoe Pinczower, Jr, Overlake School
Defense, Jimena Sanchez, Sr, Overlake School
Midfield, Claire Monsaas, Jr, Redmond High School (Lake Sammamish)
Defense, Ali Savage, Sr, Eastlake High School (Lake Sammamish)
Goal, Grace Hamilton, Sr, Eastlake High School (Lake Sammamish)
Defense, Meg Chapman, Jr, Woodinville High School (Lake Sammamish)
Attack, Allison Clements, Sr, Lake Washington High School (Lake Sammamish)
Attack, Sophie Wolz, Sr, Sammamish High School (Bellevue East)
Defense, Elena Becker, Jr, International Community School (Bellevue East)
Midfield, Camille Sullivan, So, Interlake High School (Bellevue East)
Attack, Haley Mincin, Jr, Skyline High School (Issaquah)
Midfield, Kelly Brennan, Jr, Forest Ridge School
Midfield, Lauren Breynaert, Sr, Eastside Catholic School

Attack, Stephanie Lamphere, Sr, Snohomish High School
Midfield, Hanna Dalrymple, So, Glacier Peak High School (Snohomish)
Defense, Mahea Wong, Sr, Archbishop Murphy High School (Snohomish)

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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