Taking a look at lacrosse now in the SVSJ: Mount Si boys and girls with strong starts to seasons and some college action, too……

Time for some lacrosse today.

Mount Si High School’s girls’ lacrosse team has started out strong. They are 2-0 after a win last night over Eastlake.

The Wildcats got four goals from Jessica Morris and three more from Emme Rezoski to score a 16-4 blowout of the Wolves at Eastlake High School in Sammamish. Anna Simmons also scored four goals, with Hillary Curd adding three. Remaining goals were scored by Kendal Forrest and Gabi Krueger.

Nyah Allen had three goals for Eastlake to lead the Wolves.

Goalie Tessa Lewis made eight saves to get the win in net for the Wildcats. They have a big game tomorrow with Mercer Island at Jeanne Hansen Park on Snoqualmie Ridge. Game time is 5:30 p.m.

Mount Si beats Bellevue: The season opened strong for Mount Si’s girls this past Monday, beating a Bellevue team they were swept by last season. Morris and Rezoski each had three goals and two assists as the Wildcats outlasted the Wolverines 14-12 at Jeanne Hansen. Curd also had three goals, with the remaining goals scored by Simmons (who also had an assist), Forrest, Krueger and Riordan Roche. Lewis made seven saves in goal for MSHS to lock down the win.

Wildcat boys double up Roosevelt
There was plenty of balance last night for Mount Si’s boys as they doubled up Seattle’s Roosevelt 12-6 at Chief Kanim Middle School in Fall City.

Nate Harris, Chris Haycock, Garrett Kuhnhausen and Caleb Dalgleish all had two goals each, with Harris, Haycock, Kuhnhausen, Eli Spence and Jackson Buell all assisting. Jason Funes had a hat trick of three goals to lead the Roughriders.

Hayden Kirwin had seven saves for Mount Si, who like the girls are also 2-0 to start the season, so they, too are having a solid start to the year.

Mount Si outlasts Bothell: Haycock had five goals for the Wildcats as they needed overtime to score a 14-13 season-opening win over the Bothell Cougars at Bothell High School last Tuesday. He also assisted on three other goals, and got help from Harris, who had two goals and an assist, Dalgleish, who had two goals, and Kuhnhausen, among four others with goals in the game – Spence, Kalin Riley and Cameron Walker also had goals in the game.

Kirwin and Kellen Markley shared goalkeeping duties in the game, with the two combining to make 11 saves.

Mount Si is home Thursday to meet Juanita at 8:00 p.m. at Mount Si High School in Snoqualmie.

College scoreboard
College action now from this past week:

Ohio Wesleyan 15, Linfield women 9 (Thu.): We bring you this score because we got a reader tip that Cedarcrest HS grad Maia Rezoski is playing for Linfield this spring, and the freshman assisted on a goal for the Wildcats in this one. Rezoski played for Mount Si’s lacrosse program as a high schooler with CHS not offering the sport at their school. She is a freshman and from Duvall.

Linfield women 22, Whitworth 3: Perhaps Rezoski was just warming up last Thursday because she scored a pair of goals this afternoon for the Wildcats as they set a new school record for most goals in a game in getting their first win of the season, beating the Pirates over in Spokane. The Valleyite’s goals were her first as a collegian as Linfield is now 1-2 on the season.

Cornell-IA 14, Dallas men 9 (Wed.): Snoqualmie’s Tyler Smith scored a goal and added an assist for the Crusaders in their midweek home loss in Dallas. Smith is a junior and 2015 MSHS grad.

Rollins 14, Mount Olive (NC) women 9 (last Mon.): Sophomore Chaija Olsson, she of Snoqualmie and a 2017 Mount Si HS grad, saw action for the Trojans in their neutral-site loss to the top-10 ranked Rollins. The game was at the USA Lacrosse national headquarters in Maryland.

Rhett Workman

About Rhett Workman

Rhett Workman is the editor of the Snoqualmie Valley Sports Journal. Workman is a veteran sports journalist, having covered Snoqualmie Valley sports for nearly a decade with the Snoqualmie Valley Record newspaper before starting up the SVSJ. Workman's coverage has earned the support and respect of Valley coaches, players, parents and fans, and the SVSJ continues the standard of coverage that Workman brought to the Valley Record.
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