Posts From the monthly archives: "March 2012"

Top Photos – Week 1


Top photos from Week 1 are now up in a special gallery here.   You can also see them in the slide-show on our front page.  Check them out…(Read More)

Virtuous Work


D2 Game of the Week Any team that shows up in shooting shirts spouting Latin phrases is always going to be okay in my book. But Seattle Prep’s school motto, Virtus in Arduis, stamped onto the tail-feathers of the lacrosse team, could not have better summed up the Panthers’ game against Vashon Island…(Read More)

I try not to speak in superlatives, but through trial and error I believe I’ve found the best “night sports” lens, at least for someone with my budget.  It’s the Nikon 300mm f/4.  Here’s why: It’s affordable It’s a prime, so it’s super crisp It’s not heavy…(Read More)

D1 Game of the Week Sammamish and Woodinville recreated their 2011 D2 championship game tonight,  but the story was much more about two programs on the upswing than two teams battling on the field. A quick check of the stands showed a solid crowd of parents and students braving the cold, sleet and snow to…(Read More)

Photos from the Cavalier Invitational are here, including Bellevue JV @ North County, Skyline JV @ Mount SI, Overlake vs Lake Washington JV, Wenatchee @ Whatcom and Skyline JV @ Roosevelt…(Read More)

Island Wars


It’s cold, the rain is relentless and I sit staring as the ferry I was supposed to catch pulls away from the dock. You’d think this was a lousy start to Date Night with my wife. But nothing can ruin the mood, because it’s the first Saturday in March and we’re…(Read More)

Rain didn’t stop Tahoma, Highline and Vashon from getting a little pre-season scrimmaging in. Here’s the full gallery:…(Read More)

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND, Wash. – Cody Bernstein connected on the go-ahead goal with 3:23 remaining in the game as Lake Washington hung on to down Bainbridge 11-10 to open the 2012 Washington state boys high school lacrosse season at Bainbridge Stadium. “My kids played really hard and they understood their roles,” said Lake Washington…(Read More)