The LaxRecords.com Weekly High School Lacrosse Update recaps the updates made to LaxRecords.com. LaxRecords.com updates several pages behind the scenes. These updates never appear on the front page.
The Kingwood Lacrosse Club (Texas) Board of Directors announced that Jeremy Platt, former Boston Cannons goalie, as its new head coach of Kingwood High School lacrosse program. Platt spent the last nine years as Program Head for boys lacrosse and Varsity Head Coach at The Kinkaid School (Houston, Texas).
Fort Washington, Pa. – Germantown Academy (Fort Washington, Pa.) Athletic Director Jim Finery 1760 has announced the hiring of Billy McKinney as the new Head Coach of the Boys’ Lacrosse Program. In this role, McKinney, who replaces Brian Grady, will provide general oversight to the entire 6-12 boys’ lacrosse program.
LaxRecords.com continues with its Looking Ahead series with its Maryland High School Lacrosse Underclassmen to Watch for 2017. This is an early look at just some of the players who were among their team’s leading scorers or made All-State as an underclassman. This is not a recruiting list of top players, instead reflects some of the players who… Read More »
Bishop O’Connell (Arlington, Virginia) hired Kevin Giblin to be its new boys’ high school lacrosse coach. First reported via Twitter by DCSportsFan.com, LaxRecords.com confirmed the hiring with Bishop O’Connell Athletic Director Joe Wootten.
Major League Lacrosse announced the 2016 New Balance ALL-MLL Team Presented by New Balance today, so LaxRecords.com is highlighting how they performed as high school lacrosse players with our High School Lacrosse Yearbook.
St. John’s Prep (Danvers, Massachusetts) will have a new boys’ high school lacrosse coach for the first time in 22 years. John Roy announced his retirement on Thursday as reported by The Salem News.
Two Canadians are heading south to Culver Academy (Culver, Indiana). First reported by Edge Lacrosse on their Instagram page, Sam English and Colin Matthews will attend Culver Academy and become members of the nationally ranked high school lacrosse program.
The National Federation of State High School Associations approved six rule changes to boys high school lacrosse at their July 18-20 Committee meeting in Indianapolis. The rules were made in an effort to minimize the risk of injury.
Brad Baker, Long Island’s assist leader in 2016 while with St. Dominic (Oyster Bay, New York), is transferring to Tampa Jesuit (Tampa, Florida). Baker led Long Island with 54 assists while playing at St. Dominic.