Lacrosse Magazine ranks Bellevue High School boys #7 in west

usllogoSEATTLE – Lacrosse Magazine, the official publication of US Lacrosse, has ranked Bellevue High School among its top 10 prep lacrosse teams in the west in its bi-weekly Nike/US Lacrosse Regional Boys’ Top 10 rankings for Tuesday, April 2.

The defending Washington state boys champion Wolverines, which have yet to crack the Nike/US Lacrosse National Boys’ Top 25 this season, are ranked #7 regionally ahead of #8 Foothill-Santa Ana (Calif.) at 9-2 and behind #6 Columbine (Colo.) at 4-3. 

Bellevue (8-0-0) is among four high school programs in the west that remain undefeated after the first month of the prep lacrosse season.

St. Ignatius Prep (Calif.), at 8-0-0 is ranked #1 in the west, while Arapahoe (Colo.), at 6-0 is #4, Corona del Mar (Calif.) at 8-0-0 is ranked #5 and Palos Verdes (Calif.) at 8-0-0 is #9 in the west.

In its April 2 bi-weekly ranking, Lacrosse Magazine notes; “The Wolverines established themselves as the top team in Washington. Bellevue picked up a pair of quality wins against top-tier out-of-state opponents, Lincoln (Ore.) and Palo Verde (Nev.) A stern test looms this week as the Wolverines travel to New York to take on Port Washington, Long Beach and Wantagh.”

The Nike/US Lacrosse National Boys’ and Girls’ Top 25 and Regional Boys’ and Girls’ Top 10 rankings are listed every other Tuesday throughout the high school season in Lacrosse Magazine at

For a complete listing of the Nike/US Lacrosse National and Regional rankings follow the links at

Nike/US Lacrosse Boys’ Rankings   |  Nike/US Lacrosse Girls’ Rankings


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