The Miter

Despite Veteran Roster, Boys Lax Off to Slow Start

Senior+defender+Stephanos+Bueller+applies+tough+D+to+the+Roosevelt+Attacker.
Back to Article
Back to Article

Despite Veteran Roster, Boys Lax Off to Slow Start

Senior defender Stephanos Bueller applies tough D to the Roosevelt Attacker.

Senior defender Stephanos Bueller applies tough D to the Roosevelt Attacker.

Senior defender Stephanos Bueller applies tough D to the Roosevelt Attacker.

Senior defender Stephanos Bueller applies tough D to the Roosevelt Attacker.

Zach Walls, Reporter

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






The Bishop Blanchet Boys Lacrosse team has ten seniors, talented attackers, and one of the best juniors in the state, Jackson Brown, yet there is one thing they do not have; a league win. The recent 20-2 shellacking courtesy of the Eastside Catholic Crusaders on March 27 was the Braves’ 5th league loss in a row.

In addition to the Eastside game, the Braves have dropped tough matchups against Lakeside, O’Dea, Seattle Prep and Bainbridge over the first two weeks of the season. Despite these tough results, the Lacrosse team still holds high expectations for the season.

“Obviously we want to win as many games as possible,” said senior attacker Scott Doquilo. “Most importantly, we want to play as a team and fight hard every single game no matter the opponent.”

Sophomore middie Matthew Kennedy receives final instructions before taking the field.

There have been some positives for the team. They began the season with a convincing 10-3 win over California-based high school, Stevenson in a non-league game.

“We had all of our players healthy,” said Doquilo. “Unfortunately, that hasn’t been the case as of late.”

Doquilo and Brown have been the star performers of the season so far. Through five games, Doquilo has scored a team-high 9 goals in addition to dishing out 4 assists. Brown has scored 4 goals and provided a team-high 5 assists. If the dynamic duo keeps their form, the Braves will soon be counting the wins.

“We know we have the tools to be a great team,” said senior goalkeeper Jaybry Doyle-Hupf.

Lacrosse hopes to break the losing streak in an away matchup at Lake Washington at 8p.m on March 31.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
About the Writer
Zach Walls, Reporter

Zach Walls is an exciting new addition to The Miter staff. Entering his senior year, Zach is looking forward to polishing his journalistic ability, while...

Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Left
Navigate Right
Skip to toolbar
The student news site of Bishop Blanchet High School.
Despite Veteran Roster, Boys Lax Off to Slow Start