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The holidays are over, 2015 is here, the Seahawks are in the Super Bowl, and the 2014 Space Needle Shootout is in the books. One of these things is more important than the others, but I’m gonna write about the lacrosse tournament instead. As I’ve written in the past, the SNSO is one…(Read More)

Unfortunately, Mrs. McNutty has delivered a hard slash to my hands, and I’ve been instructed that I won’t have the time to give a recap of this year’s Space Needle Shootout until after the holidays. I will opine, however, that based on what I saw in the High School and Elite brackets…(Read More)

Some random thoughts, basking in the afterglow of a great event, the 2014 Seatown Classic Seatown Classic Galleries are up! Buy prints here, proceeds go to charity! Three hours before the game, in a driving rainstorm, Notre Dame and Team USA players put on a clinic for area players. Selling out quickly, the clinics were…(Read More)

We at SoundLacrosse sincerely hope all Washington lacrosse fans are fortunate enough to make it to this weekend’s Seatown Classic on Saturday. You and your players have never had an opportunity to see this many or this quality of lacrosse players in our state. With NCAA runners-up Notre Dame facing the US National…(Read More)

Fall McNuttins

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So, after a long restful summer off, not watching any lacrosse (except the World Champion Denver Outlaws) I find myself eagerly awaiting the 2015 season.  The McNuttins file is brimming over with errata, so lets get right to it. Recently, I had the opportunity to attend a Board of Director meeting for the WHSBLA. These…(Read More)

Championship game photos available here – all proceeds benefit local lacrosse charities. By McNutty If I told you Saturday morning that in the D1 Championship, Issaquah would win 75% of the faceoffs and save 62% of the shots, while Bellevue would only stop 6 shots the whole game, who would you have predicted to be the…(Read More)

By McNutty Championship game photos available here all proceeds benefit local lacrosse charities. There was plenty of great action in this game, and we’ll get to it shortly. But there’s one big story staring us in the face that just can’t be ignored. Seattle Academy’s All-Conference goalie, Andrew McCall, was…(Read More)

By McNutty If you didn’t watch any lacrosse over the weekend, it’s just because you didn’t want to, not because there wasn’t any to be had. Championship Saturday – sponsored and run by the WA Chapter of US Lacrosse – featured six games, two youth Honor games, two High School All Star games…(Read More)

D2 Finals Preview

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And it comes down to this. In the finals of the Division 2 Championship, King’s Way (9-1), on the basis of a comfortable win against Overlake, will face-off against Seattle Academy (8-3), who handled Vashon easily as well. There are some common themes in these programs; Both were affected deeply by…(Read More)