Snohomish too much to handle Holy Names 15, Sammamish 14 Overlake 7, Eastside Catholic 5

Rick Nemyre said Snohomish would be a tough game for his Bellevue girl’s lacrosse team.

Bellevue’s Merielle Moffatt scores one of her three goals against Snohomish.

Bellevue falls 17-11 in girls lacrosse

Rick Nemyre said Snohomish would be a tough game for his Bellevue girl’s lacrosse team.

Turned out, he was right.

Ashley Jensen scored four goals and Mikaela Trott and Natalie Siderius each scored three times to lead Snohomish past Bellevue 17-11 at Wolverine Stadium on April 30.

The win helps Snohomish maintain a first-place lead in the division at 9-0 with 18 points. Bellevue dropped to 7-2-1 on the season with the loss, and slipped into a third-place tie with Nathan Hale with 15 points apiece.

Mercer Island stands in second with 16 points.

Bellevue was lead by Merielle Moffatt, Riley Finnelly and Conley Nemyre, who each scored three goals in the loss. Nemyre also picked up two assists in the loss.

Bellevue next sees action on May 5, when they’ll take on Maple Valley at Wolverines Stadium.

Other Girls Games

Victoria Maxon scored seven goals and picked up an assist in Holy Names 15-14 decision over Sammamish.

The Totems were led by Jenna Carleton and Lea Reuss with five goals each.

Bainbridge 22,

Forest Ridge 10

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Sammamish 10,

Highline 3

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