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April 3rd.  In the five seasons we’ve been doing this, this is officially the latest I have ever rolled out my first comments about a lacrosse season. I could lie, and tell you it was because I was too busy watching lacrosse to comment on it. I could use as an excuse the unusual…(Read More)

First off, in D2 Lake Washington beat Juanita 8-7. In D1 Mercer Island beat Bellevue 11-8. If you’re looking for a recap of the championship games, quit reading this and go here. Mike McQuaid and his crack stats staff, led by Austin Boyd, have done a fine job recapping both these great…(Read More)

There were lots of important games this weekend with big implications; Bainbridge won over Lakeside, solidifying a playoff berth, DII Meadowdale punched out of their weight-class and knocked off DI Shorecrest in OT, and in a battle of undefeateds, Sehome-Bellingham bested Stanwood by one goal. All important games on the eastern shores of…(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


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)

Semi Recaps Division Two Richland vs. Garfield In a battle of unbeatens, the Richland Coyotes came over to face the Garfield Bulldogs on their home field. Over three quarters, Richland outscored Garfiled 6-4. Unfortunately for them, a regulation game is four quarters. The Bulldogs rode an eight goal 2nd quarter to a 12-7…(Read More)

Photos by Michael Jardine: Some “lesser known” seniors who made it to the playoffs.  Order prints from our Playoff Galleries; proceeds go to charity. For a couple of years now, I’ve been trying to moneyball Washington High School lacrosse. You know, find some obscure statistic that determines success and point out how that’s…(Read More)

The quarterfinals for Division Two were played on Wednesday across Puget Sound. Conventional wisdom would say we had two upsets and two expected winners. First, on the expected outcome side:  Nathan Hale 14, Mt. Si 1 We knew it was going to be tough for Mt. Si to keep the intensity up after their emotional…(Read More)

And so it begins. On a perfect night in Washington the 2013 Boy’s lacrosse season kicked off with four Non-League contests across the Sound. Kennedy Catholic hosted Peninsula-Gig Harbor, and the Lancers rode hat-tricks from Sebastian Ferraro,  Anthony Parker and Ashton Pieris to defeat the visitors 9-8.  Tahoma visited Woodinville…(Read More)