Washington state lacrosse boys and girls scoring leaders through April 8, 2014

Washington state lacrosse boys and girls scoring leaders through April 8, 2014

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SEATTLE — Washington state high school lacrosse scoring leaders by goals through Tuesday, April 8 2014.

Totals reflect both Washington state and out-of-state game.

 

 

Boys Lacrosse:  Div. I – Statewide Scoring Leaders by Goals (through 4/8/14)

Reflects both Washington State and Out-Of-State Games

Rank Player School (Team if Different) G A PTS GP
1. Ross Komenda Eastside Catholic School 34 21 55 8
2. Colin MacIlvennie Eastside Catholic School 33 19 52 8
3. Peter Mahoney Mercer Island HS 32 14 46 8
4. Cooper Horton Sammamish HS (Newport) 31 1 31 9
5. Hank Bethke Bellevue HS 29 12 41 8
6. Brett Bottomley Mercer Island HS 29 19 48 8
7. Sam Kopf Seattle Prep 29 10 39 8
8. Hudson Taylor Tahoma HS 24 8 32 7
9. Sean Hanrahan Bothell HS (Bothell-Inglemoor) 23 7 30 6
10. Chase Barlow Eastlake HS 23 9 32 9

 

Boys Lacrosse:  Div. II – Statewide Scoring Leaders by Goals (through 4/8/14)

Reflects both Washington State and Out-Of-State Games

Rank Player School (Team if Different) G A PTS GP
1. Ethan Jensen Shorecrest HS 23 3 26 6
2. Briggan Weaver Shorecrest HS 22 8 30 6
3. Devon Johnson Ferris HS (University-Central Valley) 20 6 26 6
4. Mason Jones Mt. Spokane HS (Mead-Mt. Spokane) 16 2 18 5
5. Corey Marchand Peninsula HS 14 8 22 5
6. Jack Delich Stanwood HS 13 8 21 4
7. Charlie Baillargeon Meadowdale HS 13 6 19 5
8. Kelson Arthurs North Kitsap HS 12 1 13 4
9. Ian Prieve Shorecrest HS 11 3 14 6
10. Aidan Lawry Seattle Academy 11 0 11 4

 

Girls Lacrosse:  Statewide Scoring Leaders by Goals (through 4/8/14)

Reflects both Washington State and Out-Of-State Games

Rank Player School (Team if Different) G A PTS GP
1. Camille Sullivan Interlake HS (Bellevue East) 36 7 43 7
2. Denis Julio Graham-Kapowsin HS 35 7 42 6
3. Suzy Emerson Issaquah HS 30 5 35 7
4. Valerie Vachris Eastside Catholic School 28 4 32 6
5. Emily Sokol Inglemoor HS (Lake Sammamish) 26 4 30 7
6. Ella van Cleve Northwest HS (Garfield) 26 2 28 6
7. Eileen Bruns Kennedy Catholic HS 24 2 26 5
8. Elizabeth Cranstoun Bellarmine Prep 24 2 26 6
9. Annabel Bench Lakeside School 23 14 37 6
10 Taylor Butcherite Wenatchee HS 23 3 26 4

About Lacrosse in Washington State
Lacrosse has over 100 years of history in Washington state with clubs playing in the early 1900s and high schools now in their fourth decade of state competition.  With Native American origins, lacrosse is one of the oldest organized sports on the continent and today is considered the fastest growing sport in America.  In Washington state, some 4,000 student-athletes attending over 200 high schools play prep lacrosse, while another 6,000 play lacrosse at the youth, adult and collegiate club levels throughout the state.  For more information on high school lacrosse in Washington state visit http://www.WashingtonHSLAX.com.

 

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