Posts From the monthly archives: "April 2012"

In the Skagit Conference, San Juan, Whatcom and North County seem to be the favorites to compete for the two playoff spots available. San Juan (5-4) has a half-game lead on Whatcom, but looks to have a much tougher remaining schedule as they have to face the Snohomish juggernaut, although the game’s…(Read More)

Playoff lacrosse was in the air and SoundLacrosse highlighted two games with postseason implications. In Division Two, we visited the first game of the season between the top two teams in the Metro – South conference; Seattle Prep and Garfield. Prep sits on top of the conference, sporting a 9-1 record although still smarting from…(Read More)

A couple of weeks left in the regular season, and it’s time to make myself look stupid with some analysis and predictions about the playoffs. Today we look at Division 1 as it’s a little easier to wrap our brains around. First, I’m gonna declare that the  top seeds are now set…(Read More)

D1 Game of the Week Hearty fans braved a chilly April evening to watch Eastlake visit Sammamish, a game that had early playoff implications. Eastlake, off to a good start, has a solid crop of seniors, who have played together awhile and hope that this is the season they can gel together. The rest of…(Read More)

Well we’ve already reached the half way point in the spring high school season – it’s kind of hard to believe!  I did a quick count and in only five weeks we’ve put up 70 galleries covering 60 teams with 5,000 photos by 12 different photographers plus 13 articles by McNutty, our…(Read More)

In this installment on our continuing series on the State of Washington Lacrosse, SoundLacrosse sat down with Lewis Ratcliff. One of the most popular figures in local lacrosse, Lewis is the General Manager of Seattle Starz, Coach of the Eastside Catholic high school boys lacrosse team, offensive mainstay of 2010 World Champions Washington Stealth NLL…(Read More)

According to the clock the game hadn’t started, yet Bellevue was down 1-0 to Eastside Catholic. The net was ringing, Bellevue goalie Austin Boyd was stunned and Eastside Catholic’s Austin MacCord was jumping high in the air, having picked up a kicked ground ball and tomahawked  a goal in from three yards…(Read More)

Hale Yes! The fine field at Woodland Park hosted a battle for first place in the Metro North conference between Roosevelt and Nathan Hale. Both teams were coming off one-goal contests against Vatican teams, with the Raiders suffering a squirrely 6-5 loss to Kennedy and the Roughriders eking out an overtime win against…(Read More)