SEATTLE — High School lacrosse in Washington state continued to make news in state and national media as 2013 came to an end last week.
Among the “Best of 2013″ stories published last week was Eastside Catholic’s Colin MacIlvennie earning Male Athlete of the Year Honors with the Issaquah-Sammamish Reporter, the election of Issaquah High School boys coach Brandon Fortier to the Washington State Lacrosse Hall of Fame, NCAA lacrosse commitments by Meadowdale High School’s Niko May and Jordan Tindall and Glacier Peak’s Jake Berg, a California lacrosse tournament win by middle school students in Woodinville along with a holiday blanket drive by Bellevue High School’s state champion boys lacrosse team that captured national attention with a story on StudentSports.com.
Here’s a round-up from the lacrosse week in Washington state.
To see a comprehensive list of prep lacrosse stories published in Washington state and nationally visit the Washington State Prep Lacrosse Media Center.
|12/31/13||Issaquah-Sammamish Reporter||Eastside Catholic||Best of Issaquah Sammamish Sports 2013 – Male Athlete of the Year: Colin MacIlvennie, Eastside Catholic football, lacrosse|
|12/31/13||Issaquah Press||Issaquah||Top sports stories of the year: Issaquah coaches named to halls of fame|
|12/31/13||Edmonds Beacon||Meadowdale||A year in Edmonds sports – Two from Edmonds commit to play college lacrosse|
|12/30/13||Mercer Island Reporter||Mercer Island||2013 Sports Wrap| Islanders add hardware to trophy case|
|12/30/13||Woodinville Weekly||Woodinville||The most interesting sports stories for 2013: Woodinville Wins West Coast Showcase (lacrosse)|
|12/28/13||StudentSports.com||Glacier Peak||Wash. senior to Missouri Valley|
|12/24/13||StudentSports.com||Bellevue||Bellevue lacrosse warms hearts one blanket at a time|