Over the past week, several pages have been updated with some of the best boys’ high school lacrosse stats of the year. These have included game performances, season performances in addition to career numbers for players, coaches and teams.
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.
There are multiple ways to submit a performance for inclusion on our Best Known Performances list. You can use one of our submission forms (links below), which is the easiest way. Or you can email Mike Loveday at email@example.com.
Game Individual Performances
Algonquin Regional (Mass.) sophomore Zach Skowronek scored eight goals and had two assists in a 16-11 win over Midland (Mass.) on May 27.
Season Individual Performances
Abington (Pa.) senior Cameron Leech is now second on the Most Points in a Season list after he finished this season with 147 points. The attackman scored 87 goals and had 60 assists this year.
Culver Academy (Ind.) junior Ethan Walker takes over the No. 1 spot on the Most Goals in a Season after scoring 109 this year.
Southern Regional (N.J.) senior Dylan Jinks finished the year with 116 points on 76 goals and 40 assists.
Bishop Verot (Fla.) junior Joey Cerniglia tallied 97 points on 79 goals and 18 assists this season to earn News-Press All-Area Boys Lacrosse First Team honors. Source: News-Press All-Area Team
Career Individual Performances
Jinks was also added to the New Jersey all-time leaders as he financed his career with 421 points. Jinks scored 274 career goals and had 147 career assists.
Career Coaching Performances
Calvert Hall (Md.) head coach Bryan Kelly was added to the National all-time wins list with 223 career victories. He has also been added to the Maryland state page.
Westminster School (Ga.) coach Tony Souza surpassed 200 career wins this season and now stands at 213.
New Jersey’s page has been updated with Summit’s and Ridgewood’s Group championships. Both the Hilltoppers and Maroons rank in the Top 10 all-time of the national list for the most state championships.