Local girls lacrosse players named to all-conference team

SEATTLE –The Washington Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association announced the 2013 All-Conference teams for Girls Varsity high school lacrosse and three Glacier Peak and one Snohomish girls players were on the North Sound Conference team.

The All-Conference selections are made by coaches from each of the varsity girls teams in Washington state.

Here’s a look at the team:

North Sound Conference

Attack, Taylor Butcherite, So., Wenatchee High School

Attack, Megan Davis*, Jr., Glacier Peak High School (Snohomish)

Attack, Rebecca Long, Sr., Lakeside School

Attack, Kayla Petz, Jr., Glacier Peak High School (Snohomish)

Midfield, Kaylee Best*, Sr., Lakeside School

Midfield, Hanna Dalrymple*, Sr., Glacier Peak High School (Snohomish)

Midfield, Natalie Fox*, Sr., Lakeside School (Mercer Island resident)

Midfield, Nicole Larson, So., Roosevelt High School

Midfield, Adrienne Leonard*, Sr., Roosevelt High School

Midfield, Sammantha McGanney*, Sr., Lakeside School

Defense, Jo Canino, Sr., Lakeside School

Defense, Avalon Igawa, Sr., Lakeside School

Defense, Hailey Nyquist, Jr., Snohomish High School

Defense, Caroline Painter, So., Roosevelt High School

Goal, Amerra Scheckles*, Sr., Lakeside School

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