April 9, 2013
WOODINVILLE – Cannon Gardner tallied four goals as Skyline pulled away in the third for a 13-11 boys high school lacrosse win over Woodinville on April 4 at Woodinville High School.
The win was the fourth of the spring for the Spartans.
Woodinville took a one-goal lead in the first-quarter, and then gave up five in the second to trail Skyline 7-4 at the half. In the third, the Spartans kept scoring, netting six goals to Woodinville’s three.
March 26, 2013
BELLEVUE — Haley Mincin scored five goals as Issaquah earned its first high school girls lacrosse win of the season in a 20-6 defeat of Holy Names on March 18 at Robinswood Park in Bellevue.
Issaquah was firing on all cylinders offensively, as several players scored multiple times each during the matchup. Suzy Emerson, Miranda Hansen and Katy Bucy contributed three goals each in the win.
Holy Names had a hard time getting things going against a tough Issaquah squad as it found itself down 10-4 at the half. Wendy Donier led Holy Names in scoring with four goals.
March 22, 2013
NEW — 1:40 p.m. March 22, 2013
The Liberty High School lacrosse team dropped an early halftime lead to Mount Si on the way to its second loss of the season, a narrow 7-4 defeat at the hands of the Wildcats, on March 16.
Mount Si overcame a 3-2 Liberty lead at the half with a 2-1 third quarter and a 3-0 fourth to pull ahead for the win.
Nate Jarvis had a pair of goals, while Colin Larson and Colin Ross each scored once for Liberty. Roland Deex had a single save for the Patriots.
September 11, 2012
Jake Fritz, Kevin Powers play in memory of Tyler Lucas
SAN RAFAEL, Calif. — When Jake Fritz and Kevin Powers, high school teammates and longtime friends, led a freshmen lacrosse class to Dominican University of California last academic year, they came with high expectations.
They aimed to play. They aimed to score. They aimed to please.
“We knew that there were no seniors graduating (from last year’s team) and we knew they had a few games where they were one or two goals short,” Powers said. “We knew with the contribution of our freshmen class we would be able to win some of those games.”
June 26, 2012
Ben Director and Jack Pruitt have been named to the 2012 US Lacrosse High School All-Academic Team.
Director, a recent graduate of Issaquah High School, played midfield for his division 1 team. Pruitt, also a midfielder, graduated from Skyline High School this month.
Both athletes were among the 36 student-athletes from Washington that were honored for “exhibiting exemplary lacrosse skills, good sportsmanship on the field, and represent high standards of academic achievement in the classroom.”
June 19, 2012
The Washington State Chapter of U.S. Lacrosse announced June 6 that 14 high school student-athletes, including lacrosse players from Issaquah High School, in Washington have been named to the 2012 U.S. Lacrosse All-American team.
The selections mark the first time since the awards were first given in Washington in 1987 that so many student-athletes have been named All-American or All-American Honorable Mention in a single year. Read more
May 22, 2012
King’s Way cuts short Issaquah lacrosse’s state playoffs, 9-8
Perfection is often dreamed about, but rarely achieved.
Those dreams came to an abrupt end as Issaquah High School lacrosse lost its first round playoff game to King’s Way, 9-8, on May 19.
May 15, 2012
The clock struck 7:48 in the first quarter and it was business as usual for the Issaquah High School boys lacrosse team. A spin, a juke and a furious goal from senior Matt O’Neill would be the first of many as Issaquah finished their perfect season by beating Eastlake, 13-4, May 11.
May 8, 2012
Freshman Blake Picchena scored four goals to lead Mount Si High School’s lacrosse team to its ninth win of the season with an 11-3 defeat of the Liberty Patriots on May 2 at Liberty High School.
April 3, 2012
NEW — 4:45 p.m. April 3, 2012
Haley Mincin connected for six goals to lead Issaquah to an 18 – 3 girls high school lacrosse win over Holy Names on April 2 Bellevue’s Robinswood Park. The win was the seventh of the season for the Issaquah girls, who lead the Snoqualmie Conference.
Mincin and her sister Emily combined for 10 of Issaquah’s 18 goals and three assists in the win. For Holy Names, Megan Chamberlin, Wendy Donier and Maddie Braman all scored solo goals.
Issaquah (7-1-0) next faces Lake Sammamish (3-1-0) at 6:30 p.m. April 18 at Marymoor Park in Redmond.