Washington state high school lacrosse results: Monday, March 30, 2015

Washington state high school lacrosse results: Monday, March 30, 2015

Boys Games

Ballard boys fall to Lakeside in lacrosse

SEATTLE – Ballard dropped their fifth boys lacrosse game of the spring, falling to Lakeside 8 – 4, Monday at Ballard High School in Seattle.

Dain Coddington and Tialoc Orozco-Cohen handled all the Beavers’ scoring with two goals apiece. Coddington was stellar on defense, grabbing 10 ground balls on the night.

Lakeside (2-2-0) next faces O’Dea (3-1-0), Thursday, April 2 in a 5 p.m. start at Upper Genesee Park in Seattle. Ballard (0-5-0) next faces Roosevelt, (1-1-0) Friday, April 3 in a 7 p.m. start at Lower Woodland Park #7 in Seattle.

Scoring 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Lakeside 8
Ballard 4

 

Game Summary
Lakeside 8, Ballard 4 (Dain Coddington, B, 2 goals, 10 ground balls; Tialoc Orozco-Cohen, B, 2 goals, 2 ground balls; Denali Cornwell, B, 8 ground balls; Bryan Walker, B, 13 saves)

 

Curtis fends off White River in boys lacrosse

UNIVERSITY PLACE – Curtis used two-goal nights from three separate players to hold-off a third-quarter challenge by White River on the way to a 13 – 11 boys prep lacrosse win over the Hornets, Monday, at Curtis High School in University Place.

AJ Hormann, Gaven Haley and Marcus Knight all connected for a pair as the Vikings built an 8 – 5 half-time advantage then fended off a four-goal third by White River to hold an 11 – 9 lead heading into the final quarter. In the end, both squads battled head-to-head scoring two apiece to close-out the game.

Curtis goaltender Connor Jackson had 12 saves to keep the Vikes in position for the win.

For White River, Matt Funkouser had three goals and Gavin Harerson and Marcus Henkel had two each to lead the Hornets.

Curtis (4-1-0) next faces Emerald Ridge, Friday, April 3 in an 8 p.m. start at Curtis High School in University Place. White River (2-1-0) next faces Auburn Riverside (2-1-0), Friday, April 3 in a 6 p.m. start at White River High School in Buckley.

Scoring 1 2 3 4 FINAL
White River 2 3 4 2 11
Curtis 5 3 3 2 13

 

Game Summary
Curtis 13, White River 11 (AJ Hormann, C, 2 goals; Gaven Haley, C, 2 goals; Marcus Knight, C, 2 goals; Connor Jackson, C, 12 saves; Matt Funkouser, WR, 3 goals; Gavin Harderson, WR, 2 goals; Marcus Henkel, WR, 2 goals; Carson McElroy, WR, 5 saves)

 

Archbishop Murphy boys fall 19 – 1 to Snohomish in lacrosse

This version corrects the spelling of Snohomish goaltender Cade Lichfield’s name.

SNOHOMISH – Archbishop Murphy dropped its fifth game of its inaugural boys lacrosse season, with Snohomish handing the Wildcats a 19 – 1 defeat, Monday, at Glacier Peak High School.

Archbishop Murphy fell behind early and trailed 5 – 1 after the first. Bennett Duff’s lone first-quarter goal would be all for the Wildcats as Snohomish added seven in the second for a 12 -1 half time lead. In the second half, Snohomish added another four in the third and three down the stretch to close out the scoring.

Ian O’hern and Asi Tupua led Snohomish with four goals apiece while goaltenders Cade Lichfield and Isaiah Oliver combined for four saves.

A busy Vincent Vaughn had eight saves for Archbishop Murphy.

Snohomish (4-1-0) next faces Stanwood (2-0-0), Tuesday, March 31 in a 5:30 p.m. start at Stanwood Middle School. Archbishop Murphy (0-5-0) next faces Monroe (1-2-0), Thursday, April 2 in a 7 p.m. start at Tambark Creek Park in Bothell.

Scoring 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Archbishop Murphy 1 0 0 0    1
Snohomish 5 7 4 3 19

 

Game Summary
Ian O’Hern, S, 4 goals, 3 assists; Asi Tupua, S, 4 goals, 3 ground balls; Logan Edmark, S, 3 goals, 2 assists; Joey Bruno, S, 3 goals; Elliot McIntyre, S, 3 goals; Cade Lichfield, S, 2 saves; Isaiah Oliver, S, 2 saves; Bennett Duff, AM, 1 goal, 9 ground balls; Vincent Vaughn, AM, 8 saves)

 

Lindquist breaks fourth-quarter tie with Aloha, advances Union lacrosse to 5 – 0

ALOHA, Ore. – Nathan Lindquist connected for the eventual game winner mid-way through the fourth launching Union to a perfect 5 – 0 start with a 9 – 8 boys high school lacrosse defeat of Oregon’s Aloha High School, Monday, in Aloha, Oregon.

Union battled back from a 4 – 3 deficit at the half with a five-goal third to take an 8 – 6 advantage into the final set. With a two goal lead early in the fourth, Aloha battled its way back knotting the game at 8 -8 on a Parker Bull score with 8:34 to go until Lindquist beat Aloha goaltender Ricky Pilbury just over two minutes later.

Lindquist finished the night with a pair of goals, while Parker Lindhorst led all scorers with four.

Bull had two goals for Aloha.

Union (5-0-0) next faces Westview (Ore.), Thursday, April 2 in an 8 p.m. start at Shahala Middle School in Vancouver, Wash.

Scoring 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Aloha (Ore.) 3 1 2 2 8
Union 0 3 5 1 9

 

Game Summary
Union 9, Aloha (Ore.) 8 (Parker Lindhorst, U, 3 goals, 4 ground balls; Trey Chambers, U, 2 goals, 2 assists, 2 ground balls; Nathan Lindquist, U, 2 goals, 4 ground balls; Jonathan Stell, U, 6 ground balls; Dominic Mendez, U, 20 saves: Ryan Kingsbury, A, 3 goals, 1 assist, 3 ground balls; Parker Bull, A, 2 goals; Ricky Pilbury, A, 9 saves)

 

Girls Games

Harris nets six as Mercer Island girls top Holy Names in lacrosse

SEATTLE – Katie Harris delivered six goals as Mercer Island evened its girls lacrosse record with a 13 – 6 prep win over Holy Names, Monday, at Magnuson Park in Seattle.

Harris was among six Islanders to score in the win. She finished the night with six points, all on goals. Leah Paborsky contributed three goals and an assist to round-out the top scorers.

For the Cougars the loss was just the second in six starts this spring.

Mercer Island (2-2-0) next faces SW Seattle (2-2-0), Thursday, April 2 in a 6 p.m. start at Mercer Island High School. Holy Names (4-2-0) next faces Overlake (1-2-0), Wednesday, April 15 in a 4 p.m. start at the Overlake School in Redmond.

Scoring 1 2 FINAL
Mercer Island 13
Holy Names    6

 

Game Summary
Mercer Island 13, Holy Names 6 (Katie Harris, MI, 6 goals, 1 ground ball, 2 draw controls, 1 caused turnover; Leah Paborsky, MI, 3 goals, 1 assist, 2 draw controls; Sophia Cero, MI, 1 goal, 1 draw control; Hannah Paborsky, MI, 1 goal, 1 assist, 4 ground balls, 2 draw controls, 1 caused turnover; Kjerstin Scanlan, MI, 1 goal; Holly Waggoner, MI, 1 goal, 1 draw control; Katie Brodsky, MI, 2 assists, 1 ground ball, 1 draw control; June Kissell, MI, 1 assist, 2 ground balls, 2 draw controls; Allessandra Dunbar, MI, 4 saves)

 

Issaquah girls remain perfect with rematch win over Lake Sammamish

BELLEVUE – In their first rematch since defeating Lake Sammamish for the 2014 Washington Lacrosse Girls State Championship, Issaquah again asserted itself as the team to beat this spring, easily handling the Eastside club 12 – 6 in girls prep lacrosse action, Monday, at Robinswood Park in Bellevue.

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Lake Sammamish defenders Catherine Johnson  and Molly Mitchell protect the crease in front of goaltender Kristene Nickel,  in girls prep lacrosse action, Monday, at Robinswood Park in Bellevue. (Photo: Stanley Chinn)

The win propelled the Issaquah School District team to a perfect 8 – 0 on the spring, while Lake Sammamish dropped its first.

Issaquah’s Meg Corscadden launched a four-goal run with an unassisted score at 24:08 that put lake Sammamish on their heals for the duration. It was her only score of the night.

With an 8 – 2 lead heading into the second half, Issaquah again led off, this time with a Haley Johnson score at 23:38 of the half to make it 9 – 2.

Issaquah would go on to match four Lake Sammamish goals down the stretch to earn their eighth win of the spring.

Issaquah’s Nicole Victory led all scorers with four goals and an assist, while Johnson had a pair. Korbyn Stahl had three goals to pace Lake Sammamish.

Issaquah (8-0-0) next faces Bellevue (2-2-0), Wednesday, April 15 in a 7:30 p.m. start at Bellevue High School. Lake Sammamish (7-1-0) next sees action at the Oregon NW Challenge, Saturday, April 18 in a 4 p.m. start in Eugene, Ore.

Scoring 1 2 FINAL
Lake Sammamish 2 4 6
Issaquah 8 4 12

 

Game Summary
Issaquah 12, Lake Sammamish 6 (Nicole Victory, IS, 4 goals, 1 assist, 2 ground balls, 3 draw controls, 1 caused turnover; Suzy Emerson, IS, 3 goals, 1 assist, 4 ground balls, 2 draw controls, 1 caused turnover; Hannah Meier, IS, 2 goals, 1 round ball, 3 draw controls, 2 caused turnovers; Haley Johnson, IS, 2 goals, 2 ground balls, 2 caused turnovers; Meg Corscadden, IS, 1 goal, 1 caused turnover; Katie Earli, IS, 1 save; Korbyn Stahl, LS, 3 goals, 1 assist, 1 caused turnover; Darya Gagliardo, LS, 2 goals; Madelyn Hunter, LS, 1 goal, 3 ground balls, 3 draw controls, 1 caused turnover; Molly Mitchell, LS, 1 ground ball, 5 draw controls, 1 caused turnover; Kristene Nickel LS, 12 saves)

 

SW Seattle prep lacrosse club rallies past Tahoma girls for second win

BURIEN – SW Seattle girls lacrosse club rallied with eight second-half goals to defeat Tahoma High School 11 – 10 in girls prep lacrosse action, Monday, at Moshier Field in Burien.

Trailing 7 – 3 at the half, SW Seattle buckled down in the second allowing just three goals while the offense went to work.

Vanessa Dannels led the way with five goals, while Kirsten Hauke had four.

SW Seattle (2-2-0) next faces Mercer Island (2-2-0), Thursday, April 2 in a 6 p.m. start at Mercer Island High School. Tahoma (2-3-0) next faces Curtis (1-3-0), Thursday, April 2 in a 7:30 p.m. start at Tahoma High School in Covington.

Scoring 1 2 FINAL
Tahoma 7 3 10
SW Seattle 3 8 11

 

Game Summary
SW Seattle 11, Tahoma 10 (Vanessa Dannels, SWS 5 goals, 3 ground balls, 2 draw controls; Kirsten Hauke, SWS, 4 goals, 2 draw controls; Katie Gatto, SWS, 1 goal; Tajinique Ruffin, SWS, 1 goal, 2 ground balls, 1 draw controls, 2 caused turnovers)

 

Washington State High School Lacrosse Schedule: Week of March 23 – 29

Tuesday, March 31

Boys Games
Shorecrest at O’Dea (5 p.m. / Upper Genesee Park – Seattle)
Snohomish at Stanwood (5:30 p.m. / Stanwood MS – Stanwood)
Lewis & Clark at Mt. Spokane (6 p.m. / Old Mead MS – Spokane)
Mount Si at Bothell (7 p.m. / Bothell HS – Bothell)
Meadowdale at Sehome-Bellingham (7 p.m. / Civic Stadium – Bellingham)
Roosevelt at Seattle Prep (7 p.m. / Lower Woodland Park #7 – Seattle)
Columbia River at Glencoe (Ore.) (7:30 p.m. / Hillsboro, Oregon)
Emerald Ridge at Peninsula (7:30 p.m. / Peninsula HS, Gig Harbor)
Franklin at West Seattle (7:45 p.m. / Moshier Park – Burien)
Tahoma at Auburn Riverside (8 p.m. / Auburn Riverside HS – Auburn)
Skyline at Bellevue (8 p.m. / Bellevue HS – Bellevue)
Issaquah at Liberty (8 p.m. / Liberty HS – Renton)
Mercer Island at Newport (8 p.m. / Newport HS – Bellevue)

Girls Games
Gig Harbor at Garfield (3:30 p.m. / Genesee Park – Seattle)
Evergreen at Curtis (5 p.m. / Curtis HS – University Place)
Bellingham at Klahowya (5:30 p.m. / Central Kitsap JHS – Silverdale)
Lakeside at Ballard (5:30 p.m. / Ballard HS – Seattle)
Seattle Prep at Nathan Hale (6 p.m. / Jane Addams Fields – Seattle)
Kennedy at Bellarmine Prep (6 p.m. / Mount Tahoma HS – Tacoma)
Roosevelt at Bellevue East (7:30 p.m. / Interlake HS – Bellevue)

Wednesday, April 1

Boys Games
Vashon Island at Klahowya (5:30 p.m. / Central Kitsap JHS – Silverdale)
Lake Washington at Inglemoor (7 p.m. / Inglemoor HS – Kenmore)
Redmond at Juanita (7:30 p.m. / Juanita HS – Kirkland)
Woodinville at Eastlake (8 p.m. / Eastlake HS – Sammamish)
Bellarmine Prep at Gig harbor (8 p.m. / Peninsula HS – Gig Harbor)

Girls Games
No games scheduled

Thursday, April 2

Boys Games
Lakeside at O’Dea (5 p.m. / Upper Genesee Park – Seattle)
Sehome-Bellingham at Lynden (5:30 p.m. / Bender Fields – Lynden)
Providence at Franklin (5:30 p.m. / Franklin HS – Seattle)
Shorecrest at Stanwood (5:30 p.m. / Stanwood MS – Stanwood)
Garfield at Nathan Hale (5:45 p.m. / Jane Addams Fields – Seattle)
Newport at Meadowdale (7 p.m. / Meadowdale HS – Lynnwood)
Monroe at Archbishop Murphy (7 p.m. / Tambark Creek Park – Bothell)
Kennedy Catholic at West Seattle (7:45 p.m. / Moshier Park – Burien)
Bothell at Kamiak (8 p.m. / Kamiak HS – Mukilteo)
Mount Si at Mercer Island (8 p.m. / Mercer Island HS – Mercer Island)
Union at Westview (Ore.) (8 p.m. / Westview HS — Beaverton, Ore.)

Girls Games
Roosevelt at Lakeside (3:30 p.m. / Lakeside School – Seattle)
Klahowya at Gig Harbor (5 p.m. / Sehmel Homestead Park – Gig Harbor)
Kennedy at Bellevue (6 p.m. / Bellevue HS – Bellevue)
SW Seattle at Mercer Island (6 p.m. / Mercer Island HS – Mercer Island)
Ballard at Bellingham (6:30 p.m. / Civic Field – Bellingham
Curtis at Tahoma (7:30 p.m. / Tahoma HS – Covington)
Bellarmine Prep at Auburn Riverside (7:30 p.m. / Auburn Riverside HS – Auburn)

Friday, April 3

Boys Games
Lincoln (Ore.) at Bellevue (5 p.m. / Chinook MS – Bellevue)
Auburn Riverside at White River (6 p.m. / White River HS – Buckley)
Redmond at Liberty (7 p.m. / Liberty HS – Renton)
Ballard at Roosevelt (7 p.m. / Lower Woodland Park #7 – Seattle)
Sumner at Gig Harbor (7:30 p.m. / Peninsula HS – Gig Harbor)
Emerald Ridge at Curtis (8 p.m. / Curtis HS – University Place)
Camas at Tigard (8:30 p.m. / Tigard HS – Tigard, Ore.)

Girls Games
No games scheduled

Saturday, April 4

Boys Games
North Kitsap at Vashon Island (1:30 p.m. / Vashon Island HS – Vashon Island)
Camas at Churchill (Ore.) (2:30 p.m. / Churchill HS – Eugene, Ore.)
Friday Harbor at Monroe (3 p.m. / Monroe HS – Monroe)
Lincoln (Ore.) at Issaquah (7 p.m. / Issaquah HS – Issaquah)
Peninsula at Tahoma (7p.m. / Tahoma HS – Covington)
Woodinville at Mercer Island (8 p.m. / Mercer Island HS – Mercer Island)

Girls Games
No games scheduled

Sunday, April 5
No games scheduled

Monday, April 6

Boys Games
Eastlake at LaJolla (Calif.) (Time TBD / LaJolla, Calif.)
Bothell at Inglemoor (7 p.m. / North Creek Park #1 – Bothell)

Girls Games
No games scheduled

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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