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Tag: Lacrosse

May
11th

Boys Lacrosse: State tournament begins today

Here’s a release from the Washington High School Lacrosse Association:

Boys prep lacrosse state tournament underway Friday

SEATTLE – The road to the Washington Lacrosse State Championships gets underway for high school boys on Friday, May 11 and Saturday, May 12 with the opening round of Division II post-season playoff action. Boys Division I post-season action gets underway Tuesday, May 15 and Wednesday, May 16.

Boys Division II

Boys Division II playoff teams are selected based on league record. The top three teams in the Olympic, Cascade and Metro –North and Metro – South Conferences and the top two teams in the Evergreen and Skagit Conferences earn post-season berths.
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May
16th

Lacrosse: Playoffs begin Tuesday night

The state playoffs for lacrosse begins Tuesday night. Locally, the Tacoma Lions (13-3) will host Eastlake (11-6-1) at 8 p.m. at Curtis High School; Lake Tapps (6-9) is at Bellevue (14-4); and Tahoma (13-5) takes on Eastside Catholic (13-5). Curtis (11-5) is one of four teams with a first-round bye.

Click here to view the playoff bracket.

March
23rd

Stadium girl named U.S. Lacrosse Washington High School Player of the Week

Stadium’s Sadie Treleven has been named as one of U.S. Lacrosse Players of the Week.

Here’s the release, along with the other players of the week from around the state:

Girls Division I
Sadie Treleven
, Tacoma, Wash. – Junior, Center, Stadium High School (Tacoma Lacrosse)

Stadium High junior center Sadie Treleven leads all girls Division I scorers just one week into the season. Her 12 points in two games helped boost Tacoma to wins over Eastside Catholic and Roosevelt. Treleven’s production included 7 goals, and 11 ground balls in Tacoma’s 13 – 10 win over Eastside Catholic and 4 goals and 2 assists in Tacoma’s 13 – 10 over Roosevelt.
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May
27th

Boys lacrosse: Division II all-conference, all-state teams

Here are the all-conference and all-state teams from Division II boys lacrosse.

2010 Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association Division II All-Conference teams
(As selected by Division II coaches in eastern and western Washington)

Boys Division II All-Eastern Conference
Position Name Year School (Team – if different from school)
Goal Thomas Bass Jr. Wenatchee High School
Defense Quinn Carlson Jr. Wenatchee High School
Defense Jason Sisk Sr. Richland High School (Three Rivers)
Defense Andy Schock Sr. Wenatchee High School Read more »

May
21st

Boys Div. I lacrosse all-state teams

2010 Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association Division I All-State teams

(As selected by Division I coaches in Washington state)

Boys Division I All-State First Team
Position Name Year School (Team – if different from school)

Goal Hap Giraud Sr. Mercer Island High School
Defense Conner Beckwith Sr. Mercer Island High School
Defense Thomas Brook Sr. Emerald Ridge High School (Puyallup)
Defense Connor Raffety Sr. Mercer Island High School Read more »

May
15th

Girls lacrosse all-state teams

DIVISION I
First Team

Position Name Year School
Goal Madeline Stevenson Fr. Bainbridge High School
Defense Jahmie Day Jr. Glacier Peak High School (Snohomish)
Defense Ellen Zocher Sr. Lakeside School
Defense Sarah Clevenger Jr. Roosevelt High School
Defense Joanna Shea Sr. Bainbridge High School Read more »

April
1st

Curtis’ Homeyer is Washington’s Lacrosse Player of the Week

Here’s the release:

Mitchell Homeyer
University Place, Wash. – Junior, Goaltender, Curtis High School

Junior goaltender Mitchell Homeyer is the first goaltender to receive the US Lacrosse – Washington High School Player of the Week honor. In the second week of the season, the 6-0, 160-pound Homeyer helped Curtis secure 2 wins to reside alone on top of the Boys Division I Southwest Conference with an undefeated record.

On Monday, Homeyer faced 27 shots, making 20 saves in his school’s 13 – 7 win over Tacoma. On Wednesday, Homeyer again was stellar in goal making 14 saves on 27 shots in Curtis’ 4-0 shutout of Seattle Prep. With 167 minutes of playing time, Homeyer is a perfect 4-0-0 on the season with a 5.0 goals-against-average and a 0.75 save percentage. In addition to being a two-year letter-winner in lacrosse, he also has won two letters for the Vikings in wrestling. As a grappler he earned a 2009 trip to the Washington state tournament as an alternate at the 160-pound weight class.
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