It was a huge day for a Massachusetts sophomore as he set the season record, and put himself second all-time, for the most points scored in a single game. Cam Peritz had an impressive outing on Monday that helped his team to a big victory. Also in today’s recap, a New Jersey junior totals 10 points and another scores eight goals.
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Cathedral (Mass.) sophomore Cam Peritz took over the season lead for the most points scored in a game when he totaled 18 in a 23-8 win over East Longmeadow (Mass.) on Monday, May 11. Peritz had 10 goals and eight assists in the victory. It was Peritz’s third-straight game of at least 11 points and his fifth this season. The previous season record was 15 points by Centennial (Ga.) senior Nathan Solomon who totaled 15 points on Feb. 28. His 18 points are good to put him second all-time, behind Jimmy Lewis who totaled 21 points for Uniondale (N.Y.) in 1961.
Randolph (N.J.) junior Jake Southren totaled 10 points in an 18-4 win over Hanover Park (N.J.) on Monday. Southren had six goals and four assists in the victory.
Cole Israel scored eight goals for West Essex (N.J.) in a 13-6 win over Livingston (N.J.).