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Klahowya had six first-team players. North Kitsap had one first teamer and a second teamer.
Metro Conference – Division I
Top Four to Post Season & Winner of Metro No. 5 / Wesco No. 3
Narrows/Olympic Conference – Division II
Top Two to Post Season & Winner of NarrowsOlympic No. 3 / Central-South No. 3
Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association
Goals Leaders – Division II
|Rank||Player||Year||Pos.||School (Team if Diff.)||G||A||PTS||GP|
|1.||Kellson Arthurs||Sr.||Midfield||North Kitsap||44||5||49||10|
|2.||Gavin Harderson||Sr.||Attack||White River||39||16||55||11|
|3.||Isaiah Pratt||Jr.||Attack||King’s Way (Union)||38||8||46||11|
|4.||Cian Peterson||Sr.||Midfield||Gonzaga Prep||37||10||47||10|
|7.||Elliot Carleton||Sr.||Attack||Vashon Island||33||10||43||9|
|10.||Bennet Duffy||Jr.||Midfield||Archbishop Murphy||28||10||38||8|
|11.||Derek Jacobson||Jr.||Attack||North Kitsap||28||10||38||10|
The Bainbridge girls lacrosse team (6-0) will play Issaquah
(6-1) in a rematch of last year’s state championship match, won by
The game will be at Bainbridge High at 6 p.m.
During Wednesday’s signing ceremony at South Kitsap High, senior Alex Scott signed to play Division II lacrosse for Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado.
Scott, who plays the attack position for the Wolves, has 15 goals and eight assists in five games.
SK coach Julius Ifurung said Scott is the first player from the program to sign a letter of intent to play college lacrosse.
Ben Biggers, a senior at Bainbridge, and Joe Hawley, a senior at Klahowya, were named their respective Washington state high school lacrosse players of the week for March 21-27.
Here’s what was said about each player in the press release;
Ben Biggers, Senior, Bainbridge High School, Metro Conference
Ben Biggers had his best night of the spring delivering five goals as undefeated Bainbridge swept past O’Dea with a 10-9 overtime boys lacrosse win over the Fighting Irish on Tuesday. Biggers finished the night with six points including a single assist.
Joe Hawley, Senior, Klahowya Secondary School, Narrows/Olympic Conference
Joe Hawley continued to rack up points in the early stages of the Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association season as the senior attackman led undefeated Klahowya to a 15 – 8 win over North Kitsap on Friday. Hawley completed a seven-goal, three-assist night giving him 10 goals and 10 assists for the week following a three-goal, seven-assist performance in the Eagles’ win at Port Angeles on Tuesday.
Six members of the boys and girls lacrosse teams for Bainbridge High were named to the 2015 U.S. Lacrosse All-Academic Teams for Washington.
For the boys team, the lone Spartan selected was Ben LaRoche, a senior midfielder. For the girls, the honorees were Sonia Olson, a junior attacker; Robin Hilderman, junior midfielder; Kyra Wortley, junior midfielder; Morgan Duncan, senior defender; and Katherine Usellis, junior defender.
To be considered for the teams, student-athletes must have excellent academics, athletic and community achievement and sportsmanship. Male candidates must be seniors. Female candidates must at least be a junior, have a cumulative high school course load of at least 50 percent college prep, honors or advanced placement courses while maintaining a minimum of a 3.6 GPA.
The Washington Lacrosse Girls State Championship began Friday with No. 2 Bainbridge taking on No. 15 Gig Harbor in the opening round. Bainbridge beat the Tides 20-2.
Bainbridge, the top goal-producing team in the state, also has the toughest defense as they are led by goaltender Kelly Coffyn (50.9 save percentage with a 9-1 record). The Spartans outscored opponents 116-21 this season heading into the semis. Mackenzie Chapman led the team with 34 goals and 12 assists for 46 points, averaging nearly four points a game. The Spartans finished the regular season with an 11-1 recored and were 6-0 in the Alki Conference.
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association’s Representative Assembly passed nine amendments, including a significant change to the current two-year reclassification cycle.
The classification cycle amendment (Rule 4.1.0) is changing from every two years to every four years according to a press release from the WIAA on Friday. A school can appeal its classification after two years. A school can appeal due to significant decrease in enrollment, declining enrollment, an opening of a new school or unforeseen circumstances.
The current cycle is completing its first year this spring. The next reclassification cycle would be for the 2016-17 school year. That’s when the four-year cycle would begin.
The other three amendments that passed that deal strictly with high school sports were Rule 17.5.8D which now allows an athlete who is invited to participate in a national championship event the opportunity to be coached by their high school coach.
Rule 18.23.3 allows a high school student, who is not represented by a high school, to compete against a college team and maintain their amateur status. Rule 65.3.3 also gives 1B schools the choice for varsity volleyball matches to chose the number of games they play, best two-of-three, three-of-five and five-of five.