Granite Bay Wins the Sacramento Valley Lacrosse Conference
The Granite Bay High School Lacrosse team: SVLC champions for 2019. Photo courtesy of Granite Bay High School Lacrosse team.
SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG) - Granite Bay High School wins its fifth Sacramento Valley Lacrosse Championship (SVLC) in six years with a 14 to 9 victory over Jesuit High School in the championship game. Granite Bay finished the regular season with a 8-0 conference record and an overall record of 16-3.
Sacramento Valley Lacrosse Conference Division I consists of Granite Bay, Davis, Jesuit, Oak Ridge and Vista Del Lago High Schools.
As voted on by the Sacramento Valley Lacrosse coaches, Scott Pink of Granite Bay High School was chosen as the Coach of the Year. This is Pink’s sixth time as Coach of the Year.
As voted on by the Sacramento Valley Lacrosse coaches, Ryan Rogers of Oak Ridge High School was chosen, for the second year in a row, as the Conference Player of the Year. Ryan is a four year starter for Oak Ridge moving between attack and middie. Ryan is a two-time US lacrosse All-American as well as a 2019 Adrenaline All-American. Ryan has 4.0 grade point average at Oak Ridge HS and will attend the University of Utah this fall to play NCAA Division 1 Lacrosse.