JHHS lacrosse

Jackson’s Sam Smith runs against Boise’s Bishop Kelly during the Broncs’ 7-5 win against the Knights on Friday night in Boise. It was the second straight year Jackson has defeated the highly ranked Boise squad.

There will be no Boise teams in the championship game of the Idaho High School Lacrosse League this year. Those six squads went and formed their own league, the SouthWest Idaho Lacrosse Association, last fall.

So this past weekend’s games at Bishop Kelly and Rocky Mountain high schools were the Jackson Hole Lacrosse Club’s chance to make a statement.

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Owen Janssen makes a move against Bishop Kelly during the Jackson Broncs 7-5 win on Friday in Boise. It was Jackson’s fourth straight win.

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Jackson’s Jack Jenkins works against Rocky Mountain High on Saturday in Meridian, Idaho. The Broncs 12-0 victory was their fifth straight win of the season.

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Jackson Lacrosse Club coach George Hein talks to his team during the Broncs’ 12-0 win against Rocky Mountain High on Saturday in Meridian, Idaho.

Contact Mark Baker at 732-7065 or sports@jhnewsandguide.com.

Sports Editor

Sports Editor Mark Baker grew up in a newspaper family in TrackTown, USA. He's reported for papers in Oregon, Washington, California and Alabama, but now makes his home at "The End of the Trail."

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