Lacrosse Network to stream Tuesday’s Snohomish boys game

Eds. note: This is a press release courtesy Mike McQuaid of U.S. Lacrosse – Washington State Chapter.

SEATTLE – Tuesday’s Washington state boys high school lacrosse game between Lake Washington High School and Snohomish High School will be streamed live on The Lacrosse Network as the Washington State High Lacrosse Game of the Week.

The boys varsity game, which gets underway at 8 p.m. from Lake Stevens High School is the third of a 13-game prep schedule in Washington state to be streamed live on the YouTube via The Lacrosse Network.

In Tuesday’s matchup, coach Dejon Hush and his Lake Washington High School Kangs (1-1-0) come into the game following Friday’s win over Kamiak High School. Coach Chris Cote and Snohomish (0-1-0) are looking for their first win of the season after dropping their opener to Sammamish-Newport on Wednesday.

Veteran lacrosse broadcaster Steve Willits will handle the play-by-play while Washington state lacrosse hall of famer Tony Olney is the color analyst.

Catch all of the action on The Lacrosse Network on YouTube.

The webcast is a produced by the Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association and Washington Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association through a partnership with The Lacrosse Network to stream local high school lacrosse games live on YouTube during the 2013 Washington state high school lacrosse season.

The relationship is the first of its kind for state high school lacrosse governing bodies and an international webcast provider. The Lacrosse Network provides live webcasting of the sports two professional leagues the National Lacrosse League and Major League lacrosse along with the LXM Pro Lacrosse Tour.

Washington state high school lacrosse games on YouTube will also be available for mobile viewing live and on demand via iPad, iPhone and most Android devices.

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