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Three MIHS girls LAX players selected to compete at national tournament

April 15th, 2014 at Tue, 15th, 2014 at 2:32 pm by Joseph Livarchik

Three Mercer Island girls lacrosse players were selected to the 2014 Washington U-19 girls regional lacrosse team, which will compete at the US Lacrosse Women’s National Tournament over Memorial Day weekend May 24 and 25 in Bel Air, Md.

Katie Harris, Hannah Paborsky and Holly Waggoner will join the roster of 25 girls representing Washington’s U-19 team, which will play to defend its divisional title from last year’s national competition.

For the original post and to see the complete Washington State U-19 girls regional lacrosse team roster, go to


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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