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Bellevue, NSI on Spring Break lacrosse trips | Prep sports news

Andrew Choe, an International School sophomore and midfielder for the Wolverines, during an NWI game against Claremont earlier this year - Michael Jardine, US Lacrosse Washington
Andrew Choe, an International School sophomore and midfielder for the Wolverines, during an NWI game against Claremont earlier this year
— image credit: Michael Jardine, US Lacrosse Washington

Bellevue's boys lacrosse team, still unbeaten in Washington state play and atop the conference standings, began its annual Spring Break trip to the East coast Wednesday.

The Wolverines got things started with a 12-8 win over St. Stephens & St. Agnes School, as Hank Bethke scored six goals to pace the offense.

Campbell Alexieff, Joe Bethke and Ryan Eastes each scored two goals for Bellevue and Hank Bethke also contributed a pair of assists.

Another Virginia prep squad got a taste of Washington's best Thursday, as the Wolverines came back with another win, 12-6 over Langley.

A Friday game against Dominion on the campus of the University of Virginia concludes their on-field exploits on the trip, and  the team is also scheduled to watch two of the nation's top collegiate programs face off, as Duke visits UVA.

In their last game before the break, Eric Haehl scored three goals to lead his team to a 9-4 win over Lake Washington.

Cole Cansler, a senior goalie, finished with 10 saves in that win.

Liberty travels to Wolverine Way Tuesday to resume conference play.

NSI travels to Colorado

Newport Sammamish Interlake took its boys lacrosse team out of state for Spring Break as well, playing three games in Colorado.

NSI lost its first two games by one goal each, falling 7-6 to Cherokee Trail and 10-9 to Smokey Hill, before falling 14-0 to Chatfield in the final game of the trip.

Cooper Horton led the way with nine goals for NSI.

 

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