US Lacrosse Washington announced its All-State teams and it was defending state champion Bellevue leading the way with seven players named to the first team, second team or honorable mention list.
Eastside Catholic’s Colin MacIlvennie was a first team selection. He will lead the Crusaders into a Wednesday night state semi-final against Bellevue at 7 p.m. on Wolverine Way.
Colin MacIlvennie, JR, Eastside Catholic, Midfield
Spencer Noonan, JR, Skyline, Defense
Mikey Giannopulos, SO, Issaquah, Midfield
Matt Thomas, JR, Issaquah, Midfield
Brady Hahn, SR, Issaquah, Goal
Josiah Fonte, SR, Eastlake, Attack
Jarrett Toy, JR, Eastside Catholic, Attack
Ryan Benz, SR, Skyline, Attack
Alex Prather, SR, Eastlake, Defense
Danny Keogh, SR, Eastlake, Midfield
John Breed, JR, Eastside Catholic, Defense
Skyline’s Bucy leads locals on Washington all-star squad
Skyline junior and ISD lacrosse player Katy Bucy was part of a statewide all-star team that traveled to Pennsylvania to compete in a national tournament that is one of the largest and most respected women’s lacrosse events in the country.
Eastside Catholic’s Justice Gilbert, a junior, was one of the goalkeepers on the team and sophomore Ashley Blanton also made the squad as a midfielder. Issaquah’s Jordan Hepperle and Suzanne Emerson were also part of the team.
Bucy scored three goals in the championship game as Washington won a 9-6 game over an all-star team from New Hampshire and Vermont. The team was 3-0-1 in the tournament and beat teams from Pittsburgh, Penn. and Orange County, Calif. on its way to the title game.
Stats and information courtesy of US Lacrosse Washington.