Saryre Creighton scored four goals and Mikaela Trott and Meaghan Hess each added three as Snohomish defeated Bellevue 13-3 at Memorial Stadium in Seattle on May 16 to capture the girls Varsity B lacrosse state championship.
Merielle Moffatt, Riley Finnelly and Adriene Greenberg scored for Bellevue in the loss.
Snohomish finishes the season a perfect 15-0, while Bellevue had a 11-3-1 record, its best finish ever.
Conley Nemyre led the Wolverines in scoring during the 13-game regular season, scoring 60 goals and adding 15 assists for Bellevue. Nemyre had a team-high 5.77 points per game for Bellevue. Only Natalie Merrill of Kennedy topped Nemyre, scoring 5.92 points per game to lead the league.
Moffatt scored the most goals during the regular season for the Wolverines with 64, which wound up being the league-leading total. Finnelly scored 28 and Greenberg had 17 to round out the top scorers for Bellevue.
Defensively, Bellevue was led by goalie MacKenzie Holton. Holton faced 261 shots and made 157 saves, a .602 save percentage.