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Mahony, York tabbed US Lacrosse All-Americans

July 25th, 2014 at Fri, 25th, 2014 at 1:43 pm by Joseph Livarchik

Islanders Peter Mahony and Chase York were among 17 Washington state prep lacrosse players recently named All-Americans by US Lacrosse. For York, it was his second consecutive year earning All-American honors.

Mahony and York helped lead Mercer Island to a 19-3 record in 2014, tying for first place in the KingCo division and reaching the quarterfinals of this year’s lacrosse state tournament, where the Islanders fell to Eastside Catholic. Mahony committed to play lacrosse at Yale, where he will study this fall, while York signed on to play lacrosse at Loyola of Maryland.

Other Eastside selections included Bellevue’s Hank Bethke and Eric Hael, Eastside Catholic’s Colin MacIlvennie and Ross Komenda, Inglemoor’s Jacob Cartwright and Emily Sokol, Interlake’s Camille Sullivan and Issaquah’s Suzy Emerson.

For the complete list of Washington All-Americans, see the original post at WashingtonHSLAX.com.

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 jlivarchik@mi-reporter.com.

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