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Boys lacrosse preseason All-Conference teams named

March 18th, 2014 at Tue, 18th, 2014 at 4:33 pm by Joseph Livarchik

The Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association announced its 2014 preseason All-Conference Teams for boys high school lacrosse, with four members of the Mercer Island boys lacrosse team earning a spot on the KingCo Pre-Season All-Conference first team.

Seniors Peter Mahony and Chase York, as well as juniors Evan Condon and Benji Rothenberg all garnered first team nods. Mercer Island and Bellevue each boasted four of its team members on the KingCo first team, while Skyline had two and Issaquah and Eastlake each had one. Bellevue also had two team members make the All-Conference second team, while Issaquah had three.

Twenty-one NCAA lacrosse commits are among the 114 student-athletes from 58 state high schools on the first and second teams, which recognize expected top performers heading into the 2014 high school lacrosse season.

The lists include the largest state representation from Eastern Washington high schools with 13 student-athletes from eight high schools in Spokane, Wenatchee and the Tri Cities represented on the Pre-Season All-Conference teams.

In total, 66 seniors, 35 juniors and 13 sophomores were named to the 2014 boys Pre-Season All-Conference first and second teams from across Washington state.

My name is Joseph Livarchik and I cover sports for the Mercer Island Reporter community newspaper. On this blog, you’ll find extra news items to complement our coverage in the print edition of our newspaper. Feel free to send me questions on Twitter (@MIRsports) or send me an email at

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