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Islanders named to 2014 Washington girls, boys high school lacrosse All-Conference teams

May 20th, 2014 at Tue, 20th, 2014 at 12:37 pm by Joseph Livarchik

Washington Prep Lacrosse posted articles with the 2014 Washington girls and boys high school lacrosse All-Conference teams, with both featuring members of the Mercer Island High School lacrosse teams.

Representing the Mercer Island girls team was Holly Waggoner, earning the Alki Conference’s first-team honors. For the boys, Peter Mahony, Chase York and Benji Rothenberg were named to the KingCo All-Conference first team, while Brett Bottomley and Evan Condon earned second team honors. Devlin Conway and Kieran Coles earned honorable mention.

Here are links to the original posts by Mike McQuaid on the girls and boys All-Conference teams.

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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