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


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)

The Seattle Academy Cardinal has been front-running all season, looking forward to this game and, hopefully, the next one. Riley Johnson, back from a broken jaw, helped his team to a decisive quarterfinal victory over Liberty. The defense, led by 1st team All-Conference and broken-legged Andrew McCall, held the Patriots to just…(Read More)

Overlake makes the trip down to Vancouver trying to crash the party that King’s Way is going to throw tonight. The Owls are coming off a dramatic one goal win over Shorecrest, staving off a couple of shots in the last minute, including the tying one which crossed into the net fractions of a…(Read More)

The Issaquah Eagles travel to Tahoma, trying to grab a ticket to the final dance. Coming off a blowout victory over Emerald Ridge-Puyallup, Issaquah is healthy and rested. Sporting six All-Conference players, including three 1st teamers, they look to pile up the points. With an offense led by Zach Fritz, Matt Thomas and…(Read More)

In a huge matchup, Bellevue travels to Eastside Catholic, a berth in the D1 Championship game on the line. Up until last Wednesday, EC’s 2012 regular season win over the Wolverines was simply referred to as “The Game.” That victory put the Crusaders squarely on the WA lacrosse top tier and ushered a new…(Read More)

Playoff McNuttins


by McNutty 2014 Season photos on sale now at All proceeds to charity. ­ For reason’s I can’t explain, last week’s article on LandSpartans vs. IslandSpartans was overwhelmingly popular, generating the most views of any this year (over 2500!) And we are still getting very emotional tweets/emails/comments about the…(Read More)