Bainbridge LAX boys take on Issaquah | SLIDESHOW

Bainbridge remained the second-ranked boys lacrosse team in Division I of the Metro League with an overall season record of 11-8 after a disappointing 6-2 loss at home against Issaquah Friday, May 9.

Spartan Co-head Coach Cody Bludorn again praised the team's overall effort during Friday's game, saying that the team had definitely refused to be bullied on the field.

"This is pretty close to a state championship caliber team as we're ever going to play," he said of Issaquah. "This team played Mercer Island to a one goal game, and they actually beat Bellevue so they're kind of the top of the pack right now and I think we played them tough all the way to the end."

Bludorn said that the team's intensity was impressive and would serve them well in the upcoming late-season games, but that the players needed to develop more offensively.

See all of the best shots from the game by Review photographer Luciano Maran here.


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