Washington state high school lacrosse results: Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Washington state high school lacrosse results: Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Boys Games

 Bellevue boys open Nevada trip with lacrosse win over Centennial

LAS VEGAS – Bellevue opened tis three game spring-break road swing through Nevada with a defining win over Centennial High School, Tuesday, in Las Vegas.

The Wolverines, now 6 – 2 on the season easily handled the Bulldogs 16 – 4. It was the fifth double-digit win in eight games this season for the Wolverines.

Bellevue (6-2-0) next faces Faith Lutheran (Nev.), Wednesday, April 8 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Scoring 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Bellevue 16
Centennial (Nev.)    4

 

Game Summary
Bellevue 16, Centennial (Nev.) 4 (no scoring detail)

 

Eastlake lacrosse gets second California win

SOLANA BEACH, Calif. – Garrett Edwards delivered two goals as Eastlake earned its second win of a three-game Southern California road swing, defeating Santa Fe Christian 6 – 5, Tuesday in Solana Beach near San Diego, Calif.

Santa Fe Christian fought back from a 2 -1 deficit at the half behind a two-goal night by Grant Smith, to knot the contest at 4 – 4 after the third.

In the fourth, the Eagles were only able to find the net once, while Eastlake through home two goals for the victory and its fourth win of the spring.

Edwards finished the night with two points, all on goals and three ground balls, while goaltender Abe Escarda had five saves.

Eastlake (4-2-0) next faces Patrick Henry (Calif.), Wednesday, April 8 in San Diego, Calif.

Scoring 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Eastlake 2 0 2 2 6
Santa Fe Christian (Calif.) 0 1 3 1 5

 

Game Summary
Eastlake 6, Santa Fe Christian (Calif.) 5 (Garrett Edwards, E, 2 goals, 3 ground balls; Hunter Klinge, E, 1 goal, 1 assist, 3 ground balls; Cullen Payne, E, 1 goal, 1 assist, 1 ground ball; Andrew Edwards, E, 1 goal, 2 ground balls; Jeff Belleba, E, 1 assist; Abe Escarda, E, 5 saves; Grant Smith, SFC, 2 goals, 1 ground ball; AJ Camillo, SFC, 1 goal, 1 assist, 1 ground ball; Matthew Nelson, SFC, 1 goal, 1 assist, 1 ground ball; Hank Ontiveros, SFC, 1 goal, 4 ground balls; Zach Reiner, SFC, 6 saves)

 

Port Angeles continues to struggle, falls to undefeated Gig Harbor in lacrosse

PORT ANGELES – Struggling early on in its spring lacrosse season, Port Angeles was unable to stop a high performing Gig Harbor squad, falling 16 – 3 to the Tides, Tuesday at Agnew Field in Port Angeles. The win was the sixth straight to start the season for Gig Harbor.

Mike Walton, a junior at Chimicum High School, led the way for PA with two goals on his only two shots of the night, while senior Kaj Porter netted the other score.

PA never got rolling as Gig Harbor put three unanswered goals on the board in the first then another four in the second, while giving up just one for the 7 -1 half-time lead. In the third it was more of the same as Gig Harbor put up five more, than put together a 4 – 2 fourth to close-out the game.

Conceding his squad’s difficulties with an 0-3 start this season and the struggles that his defenders had with Gig Harbor’s attack, Port Angeles coach Dave Farrington believes there’s still time to turn his season around.

“The silver lining is that it’s only the third game for us,” Farrington said. “We still have some time.”

Nelson Snook led the way for the Tides with four goals, while Sam Campidilli finished with two goals and four assists and goaltender Ashton Sidebottom was nearly unstoppable with 13 saves on the night.

Gig Harbor (6-0-0) next faces Stadium (1-1-0), Wednesday, April 22 in a 7:30 p.m. start at Tacoma’s Stadium Bowl. Port Angeles (0-3-0) next faces South Kitsap (0-2-0), Wednesday, April 15 in a 5 p.m. start at Mullenix Ridge Elementary School in Port Orchard, Wash.

Scoring 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Gig Harbor 3 4 5 4 16
Port Angeles 0 1 0 2    3

 

Game Summary
Gig Harbor 16, Port Angeles 3 (Nelson Snook, GH, 4 goals; Sam Campidilli, GH, 2 goals, 4 assists; Bailey Weir, GH, 2 goals, 5 ground balls; Matthew McMahon, GH, 2 goal, 3 ground balls; Blake Ellestad, GH, 2 goals, 2 ground balls; Elliott Hunter, GH, 1 goal, 8 ground balls; Kyle Smith, GH, 1 goals, 4 assist, 1 ground ball; Ashton Sidebottom, GH, 13 saves; Mike Walton, PA, 2 goal; Kaj Porter, PA, 1 goal, 3 ground balls; Connor Leslie, PA, 1 assist, 6 ground balls; Miguel Morales, PA, 8 ground balls; Ryan Root, PA, 9 saves; Christian Middlestead, PA, 2 saves)

 

Leenders, Peterson power Wenatchee past Southridge in lacrosse

KENNEWICK – Cory Leenders scored four goals while KJ Peterson was the night’s playmaker with six assists as Wenatchee overpowered Southridge 12 – 5 in boys high school lacrosse action, Tuesday, at the Southridge Sports Complex in Kennewick.

After playing to a 1 -1 tie in the first, Wenatchee broke the game open with a five-goal second to build a 6 – 2 lead at the half. Back-to-back three-goal quarters in the second half put the game away for Wenatchee, which brought its record back to .500 with the win.

Leenders finished the night with four points, all on goals, while Peterson had nine points from three goals and the six assists.

Nathan McCarthy had a goal and 10 ground balls.

Wenatchee (2-2-0) next faces Mount Si (1-5-0), Friday, April 10 in a 6 p.m. start at Mount Si High School in Snoqualmie. Southridge (2-2-0) next faces Richland (2-3-0), Wednesday, April 8 in a 6 p.m. start at Southridge Sports Complex in Kennewick.

Scoring 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Wenatchee 1 5 3 3 12
Southridge 1 1 2 1 5

 

Game Summary
Wenatchee 12, Southridge 5 (Cory Leenders, W, 4 goals; KJ Peterson, W, 3 goals, 6 assists, 2 ground balls; Austin Schmaltz, W, 2 goals, 3 assists, 1 ground ball; Kutter Wilkins, W, 1 goal; Nathan McCarthy, W, 1 goal, 10 ground balls; Nick McCarthy, W, 1 goal; Cole Helton, W, 1 assist, 2 ground balls; Asa Smith, W, 8 saves)

 

Rubenstein’s eight points leads Hale boys past Roosevelt in lacrosse

SEATTLE – Aaron Rubenstein’s hat trick backed up by five assists helped power Nathan Hale to its fourth win of the spring with a 12 – 1 defeat of Roosevelt, in boys prep lacrosse action, Tuesday at Jane Addams Fields in Seattle.

While Rubenstein took the lead with eight points, Reed Squier and Charlie MacIntire proved to be a worth supporting cast, each delivering three goals for the Raiders.

Nathan Hale (4-2-0) next faces Providence (5-0-0), Tuesday, April 21 in a 5 p.m. start at Tambark Creek Park in Bothell. Roosevelt (0-5-0) next faces Everett (2-0-0), Thursday, April 9 in a 5 p.m. start at Lower Woodland Park #7 in Seattle.

Scoring 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Roosevelt 1
Nathan Hale 12

 

Game Summary
Nathan Hale 12, Roosevelt 1 (Aaron Rubenstein, NH, 3 goals, 5 assists, 2 ground balls; Reed Squier, NH, 3 goals, 3 ground balls; Charlie MacIntire, NH, 3 goals, 5 ground balls; Marcus Lauder, NH, 1 goal, 3 assists, 5 ground balls; Colin Murphy NH, 1 goal, 2 assists, 4 ground balls; Calvin Oakenfold, NH, 1 goal, 7 ground balls; Austin Keaton, NH, 6 saves)

 

White River repels scrappy Vashon tie with 8 – 7 prep lacrosse win

VASHON ISLAND – While it took Vashon Island a little over 45 minutes of scrapping to knot the game at 7 – 7, it only took White River 31 seconds to win it, as the Marcus Henke fired home the eventual game-winner with just 2:25 to go, giving the Hornets an 8 – 7 boys high school lacrosse victory, Tuesday, at Vashon Island High School.

After battling back from a two-goal deficit at the half by a Vashon squad playing with just one substitute and a roster depleted with faceoff specialist Winter Krimmert on an NCAA recruiting trip on the East Coast and injuries to LSM Dillon Martinez and defender Henry Hyland, White River put together three unanswered goals in the third to take a 5 – 4 lead into the final quarter.

Following a Matt Funkouser goal early in the fourth that gave White River a 6 – 4 lead, Vashon began to battle back.

Ezra Ende’s goal just 18 seconds later at 10:42 brought his squad within one, but was quickly countered by the Hornets’ Gavin Hardersen at 8:44 with his third of the night. The goals made it 7 – 5. Back-to-back goals by Dewitt Tuller-Ross, his only score of the night, and Ende, who completed a hat trick, knotted the contest at 7 – 7 with just 2:56 to go.

While Henke hit the go-ahead score just 31 seconds later, Vashon had two final opportunities.

Following a Tuller-Ross bouncer that was stopped by White River keeper Carson McElroy, the Hornets cleared and then called a time out with just 1:30 to go.

When play resumed, White River midfielder Jack Pugh, an Enumclaw senior, turned the ball over after officials whistled a violation of the so-called “get it in, keep it in” rule after he misjudged the perimeter of the box, failing to keep possession moving towards the goal.

Following a Vashon timeout, Ende was hit with a pass near the Hornets’ net but McElroy came up with his 10th save on the night as time ran out to preserve the win.

Henke finished the contest with one goal and one assist, while Funkouser had two goals and two assists for White River.

Ende led Vashon Island with three goals, an assist and 10 ground balls, while freshman goaltender Duncan McMillion earned the game ball with 14 saves on the night to keep Vashon within striking distance.

White River (4-1-0) next faces Monroe (3-2-0), Saturday, April 11 in a 5 p.m. start at Monroe High School.Vashon Island (3-3-0) next faces Port Angeles (0-3-0), Saturday, April 25 in a 1:30 p.m. start at Vashon Island High School.

Scoring 1 2 3 4 FINAL
White River 0 2 3 3    8
Vashon Island 1 3 0 3    7

 

Game Summary
White River 8, Vashon Island 7 (Gavin Hardersen, WR, 3 goals, 3 ground balls; Matt Funkhouser, WR, 2 goals, 2 assists, 4 ground balls; Marcus Henke, WR, 1 goal, 1 assist, 5 ground balls; Justin Tidwell, WR, 1 goal, 1 assist, 5 ground balls; Carson McElroy, WR, 10 saves; Ezra Ende, V, 3 goals, 1 assist, 10 ground balls; Max Schira, V, 2 goals, 1 assist, 4 ground balls; Elliot Carlton, V, 1 goal, 1 assist, 1 ground ball; Dewitt Tuller-Ross, V, 1 goal, 4 ground balls; Duncan McMillion, V, 14 saves)

 

Issaquah lacrosse holds off up-tempo Desert Vista High in Phoenix

PHOENIX – Issaquah held-off a late Desert Vista rally to preserve a 10 – 9 win over the Thunder in the first game of its spring break Arizona road trip in boys high school lacrosse action, Tuesday, in Phoenix.

Playing on an unfamiliar grass field, the Eagles held the home squad scoreless in the first, building a 4 – 0 lead into the second quarter.

With a 6 – 2 halftime advantage, Issaquah began to struggle in the third against Desert Vista and its up-tempo attack, which piled on four goals in the quarter. The Eagles were held to just a single goal in the quarter, a Mikey Giannopulos score directly off a faceoff, to narrow the gap to 7 – 6 heading into the fourth.

In the end Issaquah, still struggling with the heat of the desert, matched the Thunders’ three goals down the stretch to hang on for the win.

Jake Lindahl finished the night with three goals to lead Issaquah in the win.

Issaquah (7-1-0) next faces Gilbert (Ariz.), Wednesday, April 8 in a 7 p.m. start at Gilbert High School in Gilbert, Arizona.

Scoring 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Issaquah 3 3 1 3 10
Desert Vista (Ariz.) 0 2 4 3    9

 

Game Summary
Issaquah 10, Desert Vista (Ariz.) 9 (no scoring detail)

 

Curtis tops Bonney Lake in boys lacrosse

BONNEY LAKE – AJ Hormann and Josh Wirtz delivered hat tricks as Curtis doubled up Bonney Lake for a 12 – 6 boys high school lacrosse win, Tuesday, Bonney Lake High School. The win was the fifth of the spring for the Vikings.

Curtis built an 8 – 2 lead by the half, then matched Bonney Lake goal-for-goal down the stretch to hold on to the win.

Hormann finished the night with five points, including two assists, while Carlson’s points all came on goals. Reilly Nelson led Bonney Lake with two goals and Orion Adair had two asssits.

Curtis (5-2-0) next faces Wenatchee (2-2-0), Saturday, April 11 in a 3 p.m. start at Curtis High School in University Place. Bonney Lake (1-4-0) next faces White River (4-1-0), Thursday, April 9 n a 7:30 p.m. start at Bonney Lake High School.

Scoring 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Curtis 5 3 3 1 12
Bonney Lake 1 1 3 1    6

 

Game Summary
Curtis 12, Bonney Lake 6 (AJ Hormann, C, 3 goals, 2 assists; Caleb Carlson, C, 3 goals; Josh Wirtz, C, 3 goals, 2 assists; Connor Jackson, C, 9 saves: Reilly Nelson, BL, 2 goals; Orion Adair, BL, 2 assists; Bailey Brigham, BL, 14 saves)

 

Hardwick’s five goals pace Meadowdale lacrosse past Garfield

LYNNWOOD – Behind a five-goal night by Gavin Hardwick, Meadowdale earned its first boys lacrosse win of the spring with a decisive 17 – 3 win over Garfield, Tuesday, at Meadowdale High School in Lynnwood.

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Edmonds-Woodway senior Gavin Hardwick (right white #6) along with Mountlake Terrace junior Nathan Paul (left white #4), Meadowdale freshman Jarrid Johnson (center white #20) move the Mavericks through the Garfield defense in prep lacrosse action, Tuesday, in Lynnwood. (Photo: Kristen Hardwick)

Hardwick, an Edmonds-Woodway senior, finished the night with a season-high six points that included an assist to drive the Maverick’s offense and remove the win-monkey from their back. The midfielder now has 12 points (10g, 2a) in three games this season.

Meadowdale was hungry from the start scoring nine first-quarter goals then adding five more in the second to take a 14 – 2 lead at the half.   In the third, Meadowdale tempered its offense scoring a goal in the third and two down the stretch to close-out the scoring.

Meadowdale freshman Gavin Armstrong and junior Damon Johnson along with Edmonds-Woodway junior Thomas Kobuke rounded-out the scoring leaders for the Mavericks. Armstrong had two goals and four assists, Johnson had four goals and Kobuke had two goals and three assists.

Ian Sander handled all the scoring for the Bulldogs scoring a goal in each of the first three quarters for three on the night.

Meadowdale (1-4-0) next faces Redmond (0-4-0), Monday, April 13 in a 7 p.m. start at Meadlowdale High School in Lynnwood. Garfield (0-5-0) next faces Franklin (0-4-0), Thursday, April 9 in a 5:30 p.m. start at Franklin High School in Seattle.

Scoring 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Garfield 1 1 1 0    3
Meadowdale 9 5 1 2 17

 

Game Summary
Meadowdale 17, Garfield 3 (Gavin Hardwick, M, 5 goals, 1 assist, 3 ground balls; Gavin Armstrong, M, 2 goals, 4 assists, 1 ground ball; Thomas Kobuke, M, 2 goals, 3 assists, 4 ground balls; Damon Johnson, M, 4 goals, 3 ground balls; Jarrid Johnson, M, 1 goal, 1 assist; Nathan Paul, M, 1 assist; Jonathan Walter, M, 1 assist, 4 ground balls; Michael Wolfe, M, 1 goal, 5 ground balls; Konner Huffman, M, 1 goal, 1 ground ball; Gabe Schimpf, M, 1 goal, 1 ground ball; Conner Daniel, M, 3 saves; Xavier Belcher, M, 1 saves; Ian Sander, G, 3 goals, 9 ground balls; Elijah Karovsky, G, 16 saves)

 

Emerald Ridge thumps Bethel in boys lacrosse

PUYALLUP – Jon Hunt and Hassan Mackey combined for seven goals as Emerald Ridge turned up the heat with a 22 – 4 boys high school lacrosse thumping of a first-year Bethel program, Tuesday, at Sparks Stadium in Puyallup.

Adam Taylor of Emerald Ridge (21) does battle with his Bethel Blackhawk opponent.  April 7, 2015 Sparks Stadium Puyallup

Emerald Ridge sophomore Adam Taylor (left) battles a Bethel player in prep lacrosse action, Tuesday, in Puyallup. (Photo: Scott Stoll)

Emerald Ridge built a 14 – 2 lead at the half, then piled-on six unanswered goals in the third before settling down in the fourth to match Bethel’s two final-quarter scores.

Mackey finished the night with nine points including six assists to lead all scorers, while Hunt’s three points all came on goals. Quinn Kohler also had three goals on the night.

Gage Hansen led Bethel, also with three goals.

Emerald Ridge (5-1-0) next faces Newport (3-5-0), Tuesday, April 14 in an 8 p.m. start at Newport High School in Bellevue. Bethel (0-5-0) next faces Sumner (2-1-0), Saturday, April 11 in a 7 p.m. start at Bethel High School.

Scoring 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Bethel 1 1 0 2 4
Emerald Ridge 6 8 6 2 22

 

Game Summary
Emerald Ridge 22, Bethel 4 (Hassan Mackey, ER, 3 goals, 6 assists; Jon Hunt, ER, 4 goals, 2 assists, 1 ground ball; Quinn Zilly, ER, 1 goal, 10 ground balls; Quin Kohler, ER, 3 goals, 7 ground balls; Nathan Seachriest, ER, 7 saves; Gage Hansen, B, 3 goals, 1 ground ball; Matt Anderson, B, 1 goal, 1 ground ball; Trevor Parke, B, 6 saves)

 

Mackey’s season-high pushes Sumner boys past Peninsula in lacrosse

SUMNER – Quinault Mackey scored a season-high seven goals and an assist as Sumner earned its second win o the spring with a 15 – 7 boys high school lacrosse defeat of Peninsula, Tuesday at Sumner High School.

Sumner built an 11 – 3 half-time lead before giving up four third-quarter goals to take a 12 – 7 lead into the final quarter. In the end, the Spartans shut-out the Seahawks down the stretch while putting up another three to close-out the game.

Than Birrer had four goals, while Alec Buckley and Jake Braden each had two to round out the Sumner leaders.

Bryce Wilder had four to lead Peninsula.

Sumner (2-1-0) next faces Bethel (0-5-0), Saturday, April 11 in a 7 p.m. start at Bethel High School

Peninsula next faces Bonney Lake (1-4-0), Tuesday, April 7 in a 7 p.m. start at Peninsula High School in gig Harbor.

Scoring 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Peninsula 2 1 4 0 7
Sumner 8 3 1 3 15

 

Game Summary
Sumner 15, Peninsula 7 (Quinault Mackey, S, 7 goals, 1 assist, 5 ground balls; Thane Birrer, S, 4 goals, 1 assist, 1 ground ball; Alec Buckley, S, 2 goals, 1 assist, 2 ground balls; Jake Braden, S, 2 goals, 2 assists, 4 ground balls; Jaron Scarbrough, S, 13 saves; Bryce Wilder, P, 4 goals, 1 assist; Jackson Reid, P, 1 goal, 3 ground balls; Austin McCain, P, 1 goal, 3 assists, 3 ground balls; Jared Boerner, P, 1 goal, 1 ground ball; Evan Johnson, P, 1 goal, 2 ground balls; Brett Lyon, P, 4 saves)

 

Girls Games

Cove’s four goals paces Stadium girls past Curtis in lacrosse

UNIVERSITY PLACE – Michelle Cove scored four goals to lead Stadium to its second girls lacrosse win of the spring with an easy 15 – 4 defeat of Curtis, Tuesday, at Curtis High School in University Place.

Stadium built a 10 – 2 advantage at the half then outscored the Lady Vikes 5 – 2 down the stretch for the win.

Cove finished the night with six points including two assists to lead Stadium.

Curtis goaltender Zoe Ferguson had 12 saves.

Stadium (2-3-0) next faces Bainbridge (4-1-0), Friday, April 10 in a 6:30 p.m. start at Stadium High School in Tacoma. Curtis (1-6-0) next faces Bellarmine Prep (5-1-0), Tuesday, April 21 in an 8 p.m. start at Curtis High School in University Place.

Scoring 1 2 FINAL
Stadium 10 5 15
Curtis 2 2 4

 

Game Summary
Stadium 15, Curtis 4 (Michelle Cove, S, 4 goals, 2 assists, 1 ground ball; Leah Falk, S, 2 goals, 1 ground ball, 2 draw controls, 1 caused turnover; Audrey Holloway, S, 1 goal, 1 assist, 3 ground balls, 2 draw controls; Siena Miller, S, 1 goal, 1 ground ball; Sadie Pickering, S, 2 goals, 1 assist, 4 ground balls, 8 draw controls; Noelle Dillman, S, 1 goal; Layne Perkins, S, 2 saves; Rachel Nhem, C, 1 goal; Zoe Ferguson, C, 12 saves)

 

Washington State High School Lacrosse Schedule: Week of April 6 – 12

Wednesday, April 8
Boys Games
Skyline at Towson (Md.) (Towson HS — Towson, Md.)
Bellevue at Faith Lutheran (Nev.) (Faith Lutheran HS — Las Vegas, Nev.)
Mercer Island at Lakeland-Panas (N.Y.) (Lakeland-Panas HS — Shrub Oak, N.Y.)
Eastlake at Patrick Henry (Calif.) (Patrick Henry HS — San Diego, Calif.)
Bainbridge at Ballard (5:30 p.m. / Ballard HS – Seattle)
Richland at Southridge (6 p.m. / Southridge Sports Complex – Kennewick)
Issaquah at Gilbert (7 p.m. / Gilbert HS – Gilbert, Ariz.)
Everett at Shorecrest (7 p.m. / Shorecrest HS – Shoreline)
Bothell at Woodinville (8 p.m. / Woodinville HS – Woodinville)

Girls Games
Nathan Hale at Wenatchee (4 p.m. / Wenatchee Valley College – Wenatchee)
Garfield at Bainbridge (6:30 p.m. / Bainbridge HS – Bainbridge Island)
Gig Harbor at Graham-Kapowsin (6:30 p.m. / Art Crate Field – Spanaway)
Spanaway Lake at Sumner (7 p.m. / Sunset Chevrolet Stadium – Sumner)

Thursday, April 9
Boys Games
Skyline at Dulaney (Md.) (Timonium, Md.)
Bellevue at Palo Verde (Nev.) (Las Vegas, Nev.)
Everett at Roosevelt (5 p.m. / Lower Woodland Park #7 – Seattle)
Garfield at Franklin (5:30 p.m. / Franklin HS – Seattle)
Tahoma at Coronado (Nev.) (Henderson, Nev.)
White river at Bonney Lake (7:30 p.m. / Bonney Lake HS – Bonney Lake
Newport at Wilson (8 p.m. / Wilson HS – Portland, Ore.)

Girls Games
No games scheduled.

Friday, April 10
Boys Games
Skyline at Dulaney (Md.) (Dulaney HS — Timonium, Md.)
Mercer Island at Shenendehowa (N.Y.) (Shenendehowa HS — Clifton Park, N.Y.)
Stanwood at Ballard (5:30 p.m. / Ballard HS – Seattle)
Wenatchee at Mount Si (6 p.m. / Mount Si HS — Snoqualmie)
Hermiston (Ore.) at Richland (7 p.m. / Badger Mountain Park – Richland)
Everett at Burlington-Edison (7 p.m. / Sedro-Woolley HS – Sedro-Woolley)
Inglemoor at Woodinville (7 p.m. / Woodinville HS – Woodinville)
Bainbridge at Issaquah (7:30 p.m. / Issaquah HS – Issaquah)
Tahoma at Centennial (Nev.) (7:30 p.m. / Centennial HS – Las Vegas, Nev.)

Girls Games
Bainbridge at Stadium (6:30 p.m. / Stadium HS – Stadium)
Spanaway Lake at Puyallup (8 p.m. / Sparks Stadium – Puyallup)

Saturday, April 11
Boys Games
Mercer Island at Shaker (N.Y.) (Latham, N.Y.)
Central Catholic (Ore.) at Columbia River (11 a.m. / King’s Way Christian – Vancouver, Wash.)
Tahoma at Faith Lutheran (12 p.m. / Faith Lutheran HS – Las Vegas, Nev.)
Newport at Liberty (Ore.) (1 p.m. / Liberty HS — Hillsboro, Ore.)
Wenatchee at Curtis (3 p.m. / Curtis HS – University Place)
White River at Monroe (5 p.m. / Monroe HS – Monroe)
Liberty at Forest Grove (Ore.) (5 p.m. / Forest Grove, Ore.)
Sumner at Bethel (7 p.m. / Bethel HS – Spanaway)

Girls Games
Bethel at Wenatchee (4 p.m. / Wenatchee Valley College – Wenatchee)

Sunday, April 12
Boys Games
Liberty at Camas (2 p.m. / Doc Harris Stadium – Camas)

Girls Games
No games scheduled.

Monday, April 13
Boys Games
Woodinville at Centennial (Nev.) (Centennial HS – Henderson, Nev.)
Redmond at Meadowdale (7 p.m. / Meadowdale HS – Lynnwood)
Bellevue at Mount Si (8 p.m. / Bellevue HS – Bellevue)

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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