Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Warriors meet Vallivue in lacrosse semi-final

Today in Mountain Home

     The Treasure Valley Lacrosse League (TVLL) Division 2 has determined its Final Four playoff teams—and the Wood River Warriors from Hailey are right in the semi-final mix.

     Seeded second in the seven-team league, Wood River (11-2-0 league) will face off against the No. 3-seeded Vallivue Falcons from Caldwell (9-5 overall, 8-4 league) today, Wednesday, May 21 at 6:30 p.m. at Mountain Home West Elementary School.

     The teams have met twice before and divided two games. Vallivue won 9-4 on the Hailey football field May 3 and the Warriors captured the season opener March 19 by a 6-5 score, also in Mountain Home.

     Wednesday’s other TVLL Div. 2 semi-final matches top-seeded Borah of Boise (12-3 overall, 10-2 league) against No. 4-seeded Meridian (9-7, 6-6) today, Wednesday at 6 p.m. at Boise’s Cassia Park.

     The winners of today’s semi-finals will play for the Division 2 tournament championship Wednesday, May 28 at 6 p.m. at Eagle High School. And the winner of the May 28 title game will host the official State Division 2 championship against the northern Idaho winners Saturday, May 31 at 1 p.m.

     Quarterfinal games played last Saturday set up the semi-final match-ups.

     Vallivue advanced 8-4 at home over No. 6-seeded Emmett (3-10-0) while No. 4-seeded Meridian (9-7, 6-6) defeated No. 5 Ambrose Academy of Meridian (6-8-0) by a 7-5 score. Wood River won by forfeit over No. 7-seeded Skyview (0-13-0).

     Borah won its final two regular-season games 7-6 and 7-6 over Meridian and Vallivue and earned the top seed and first-round bye, despite having the identical 10-2-0 season record as Wood River.

     Another date as the league lacrosse season wraps up is the Idaho Lacrosse High School Div. 2 All-Star boys’ game Saturday, June 7 at 1 p.m. at Boise State University’s new Lincoln Field, in downtown Boise. All individual player and league awards for the season will be given at that All-Star event.

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