Locals on Washington boys lacrosse D-II All-Conference teams

Eds. note: This is a press release courtesy US Lacrosse – Washington State Chapter

SEATTLE –The Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association has announced its 2013 All-Conference teams for Boys Varsity Division II high school lacrosse.

Seventy student-athletes from 42 high schools across the state are among the boys honorees.

Twenty-one have earned All-Conference honors in previous years including four-year recipients Kevin Ault, a senior at Roosevelt High School and Cody Olson, a senior at Peninsula High School.

Three-year recipients include Seattle Academy senior Cedric Rhodes and junior Jackson Lanning, Archbishop Murphy senior Frank Medlicott, Ballard junior John DeGarmo, Lynden Christian senior Marcus DeBoer, and Bellingham senior Nick Estrada.

Second-year honorees include Shorecrest senior Ethan Jensen, Ballard senior Jacob Marks and junior John DeGarmo, Chrysalis School senior Elliot Allen, Mount Si sophomore Tyler Smith, Nathan Hale junior William Snider, University Prep sophomore Riley Johnson, Seattle Prep sophomore Sam Kopf, Gig Harbor seniors Leif Drathman and Jon Michael Cosper, Bellingham senior Dylan Bruce, Lynden senior Treven Slaminen, Ferndale senior Aiden Sands, and Sehome junior Andrew Hoemann.

In total, 39 seniors, 15 juniors, 11 sophomores and five freshmen were named to the 2013 boys All-Conference teams.

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

Here’s a look at the All-Cascade Conference and All-Skagit Conference teams:

All-Cascade Conference

Attack

Jack Delich, Fr., Stanwood High School

Ethan Jensen (‘12), Jr., Shorecrest High School

Ian Strong, Sr., Jackson High School (Everett)

Midfield

Jared Hawkins, Sr., Jackson High School (Everett)

Frank Medlicott (‘12,’11), Sr., Archbishop Murphy High School (Stanwood)

Jordan Tindall, Jr., Meadowdale High School

Briggan Weaver, Fr., Shorecrest High School

Defense

Jameson Baretta, Jr., Homeschool (Everett)

Jeremy Blas, Sr., Everett High School

Niko May, Jr., Meadowdale High School

Goal

Brad Strong, So., Jackson High School (Everett)

All-Skagit Conference

Attack

Dylan Bruce (‘12), Sr., Bellingham High School (Sehome-Bellingham)

Devin Conner, Sr., Lincoln Academy – Online (Lynden)

Peter Isaacson, Sr., Burlington-Edison High School

Midfield

Chance Clymer, Sr., Sehome High School (Sehome-Bellingham)

Nick Roth, Sr., Nooksack Valley High School (Sehome-Bellingham)

Treven Salminen (‘11), Sr., Lynden High School

Aiden Sands (‘12), Sr., Ferndale High School (Sehome-Bellingham)

Defense

Marcus DeBoer (‘12,’11), Sr., Lynden Christian High School (Lynden)

Nick Estrada (‘12,”10), Sr., Bellingham High School (Sehome-Bellingham)

Garrett Remsen, Sr., Ferndale High School (Sehome-Bellingham)

Clay TeVelde, Sr., Lynden High School

Goal

Andrew Hoemann (‘12), Jr., Sehome High School (Sehome-Bellingham)

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