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Boys lacrosse | Bainbridge falls in semifinals

Bainbridge defender Nick Lacy picks up a ground ball against Bellevue Wednesday. The Spartans have reached the semifinals twice since winning the state title in 2007.  - Sue Larkin/Courtesy Photo
Bainbridge defender Nick Lacy picks up a ground ball against Bellevue Wednesday. The Spartans have reached the semifinals twice since winning the state title in 2007.
— image credit: Sue Larkin/Courtesy Photo

For the second year in a row, the Spartans' season ended in the semifinals.

Bainbridge (12-9) fell to Bellevue 13-3 Wednesday.

The Wolverines scored two goals in the first quarter and added three more in the second to lead 5-0 at halftime.

Bellevue went up 6-0 before Bainbridge got on the board from a Cameron Parker goal early in the third quarter.

The Wolverines would score six more unanswered goals until the Spartans struck again with 12 seconds remaining in the third, 12-2.

Parker scored the Spartans' third goal with six minutes remaining in the fourth.

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