Courtesy Photos The Mount Si High School boys lacrosse team includes, from left: front - Dylan Riley, Shane Dowling, Max Ashbridge, Zach Siefert, Jackson Buell, Dakota McFall, Chirag Vendullapalli, Keegan Bagnall, Parker Fritz, Kalin Riley, Jackson Kembel, Cooper Dideon; middle - Nate Harris, Joey Lane Brett Staude, Carter McFaddon, Ben Lomas. Chase Hovinga, Joe Harris, Austin Pangborn, Jack Venara, Sam Wilson, Seth Howard, Nick Marzetti, Ryan Pedersen, Joe Simmons, Michael McCallum, and back - head coach Chris Ledgerwood, Cameron Walker, Kade MacNamara, Hayden Kirwin, Cameron Stone, Matthew MacLean, Ryan Buckmaster, Eric Virta, Chris Haycock, Jonathan Haycock, Ethan Rule, Tate Stedman, Ben MacLean, Jake Holmes, Connor Ross and coaches Jordan Harder, and Sal Francisco.

Lacrosse is growing at Mount Si High School

  • Wednesday, March 29, 2017 10:56am
  • Sports

Since 2010, Mount Si High School has fielded a boys team for the growing sport of lacrosse, and since 2015, the school has had a girls team — junior varsity in its first year and a varsity program last spring.

The programs are club sports, open to students in grades 9 to 12.

The boys compete in Division I of the Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association and the KingCo Conference. Conference opponents include Bellevue, Issaquah, Bothell, Mercer Island and Eastlake.

The girls compete in the Washington Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association, against such opponents as Sammamish West, Holy Names, Seattle Prep and Issaquah.

Learn more at http://mountsilacrosse.org.

The Mount Si High School girls lacrosse team includes, from left: kneeling – Misa Kalvelage, Alyssa Martin, Molly Wyrsch, Kami Smith, Emily Blankenburg, Jessica Morris, Gracee Gorrell, Izzy Alati, Sydney Gabel, and Lauren Duvall; and standing – Coach Christy Clinton, Esther Litwack-Lang, Gabi Krueger, Keira Mix, Karly Barlow, Riordan Roche, Tessa Lewis, Sam Smith, Maia Rezoski, Lily Nordby, Jackie Stone, and Chianne Gudaitis.

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