As boys’ high school lacrosse players, teams and coaches earn a spot, and are reported, on our 2015 Best Known Lacrosse Performances list, LaxRecords.com posts a daily recap acknowledging the performance.
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Bedford (N.H.) consecutive games streak ended last week with a 14-5 loss to Bishop Guertin (N.H.) on May 14. The Bulldogs rolled off 72 straight victories before the loss, which places them in a tie for the third longest streak of all-time with the 1943-1946 St. Paul’s (Md.) team. Bedford’s streak was the longest in boys’ high school lacrosse in 30 years. West Genesee (N.Y.) had a 91 game winning streak (tied for 1st all-time) that ended in 1984.
Updated Career Performances
Nathan Solomon from Centennial (Ga.) is now the No. 3 player for the most points in a career with 623. The Syracuse commit totaled 171 points this season and is just the third player to have more than 600 points in a career. He finished nine points behind former Centennial (Nev.) attackman Justin Anderson for second. Current Virginia and former Silver Creek (N.Y.) attackman Zed Williams is the all-time leader with 729 career points.
St. Paul’s (Md.) goalie A.J. Barretto became No. 1 in Maryland’s best known save leaders with a career total of 569.
AA Greenhills School (Mich.) goalie Peter Paisley finished his career with 631 career saves. That total is good to place him sixth all-time in Michigan and earn him a spot among the all-time save leaders.
St. Paul’s (Md.) head coach Rick Brocato’s career win total has been updated to 227.
Carter Flaig from St. Paul’s (Md.) moved into 11th all-time in Maryland’s career points list with a total of 287. He finished his career with 158 goals and 129 assists and is the program leader for most points in a career.
Solomon took over the No. 1 spot in goals, assists and points after amassing 171 points on 96 goals and 75 assists this season. The total was second-most in his high school career. He totaled 189 points on 94 goals and 95 assists as a sophomore.
Flaig earned a spot on the 2015 Best Known Performances list with 91 points and 45 assists this season.