Six known players posted big point totals of at least 10 in a single game last week, including two players who tied for the season lead with 13 points.
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A few more states started their boy’s high school lacrosse seasons last week and with it, a few more players and teams earned spots on the 2016 Best Known Lacrosse Records lists.
A host of Florida players put their names on the Most Points and Most Goals lists, while McIntosh (Ga.) sprinted to the top of the Most Goals in a Game list.
Which teams, players and coaches had the best statistical week? Stat Stars of the Week is a recap of the best-of-the-best boys’ high school lacrosse performances of the week.
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Page (N.C.) junior Jack Maginnes tied for the season lead for Most Points in a Game with a 13-point performance on Friday. The attackman had eight assists (tied for second this season) and five goals in a 24-0 win over Western Alamance (N.C.) on March 11. The totals give Maginnes 32 points on the year.
J.L. Mann (S.C.) junior Keegan O’Connell tied for the top spot for the most points in a game on March 4 against Spartanburg (S.C.). O’Connell tallied 13 points on eight goals and five assists in the 19-2 win. The attackman has 20 goals through two games this season.
Junior Mike Blais from Douglas County (Colo.) put his name on two lists with an 11-point, eight assist performance. The junior helped his team to a 20-6 win over Evergreen (Colo.) on March 10.
Stevie Santoro tallied 10 points for West Boca (Fla.), helping his team to an 11-10 win over Spanish River (Fla.). Santoro had five goals and five assists in the victory.
Daniel McLamb from Satellite (Fla.) posted another 10-point game on the strength of five goals and five assists against Eau Gallie (Fla.). The senior helped his team to a 15-2 win. This is the third time this season McLamb has scored at least 10 points in a game.
Ashley (N.C.) senior Carson Conklin tallied 10 points on five goals and five assists against South Brunswick (N.C.). Conklin helped the Screaming Eagles to a 14-2 win. Through three games, Conklin has 14 goals. He could hit a couple of milestones this season. He has 159 career points and 82 career goals.
Ryan Theroux of Apopka (Fla.) scored nine-goals against Jacksonville Providence (Fla.) on March 4. This is the third time this season the junior has scored at least seven goals in a game.
Gulf Coast (Fla.) attack man Luke Curran scored nine goals in a 22-17 loss to Cardinal Mooney (Fla.) on March 11.
Southwest Guilford (N.C.) junior Will Hasinger scored eight of his team’s 12 goals in a 12-8 win over Western Guilford (N.C.).
Joe Cooper scored eight goals for Millbrook (N.C.) in a 15-11 win over Heritage (N.C.) on March 8. The senior has 17 goals through four games this season.
East Coweta (Ga.) goalie Marc St. Germain made 22 saves in a 12-4 loss to Macintosh (Ga.) on March 12. St. Germain’s total ties him for the season lead for the most saves in a game this season.
Newberry (Fla.) senior goalie Cooper Jackson made 21 saves in a 12-8 win over P.K. Yonge (Fla.) on March 8. The win helped the Panthers improve to 8-3 this season.
Haverford School (Pa.) extended its winning streak to 27 games with a 12-8 win over St. Paul’s (Md.) on March 12. The Fords have the current longest active winning streak in the nation. Haverford School had a 30-game winning streak from 2010 to 2012.
Wando (S.C.) extended its winning streak to 24 games with three wins last week. The Warriors face a pair of 5-0 programs this week.
Culver Academy Prep (Ind.) got their season off to a big start with a 27-1 win over St. Xavier (Ky.) on March 12. The last time the Eagles scored 27 goals in a game was 2014 against Glenbrook North (Ill.).
Dutch Fork (S.C.) earned a tie for the No. 2 spot for Most Goals in a Game with a 28-0 win over Westwood (S.C.) on March 8. The Silver Foxes improved to 4-0 with the win. They have scored at least 19 goals in three of their wins this season.
New Hanover (N.C.) improved to 2-0 this season with a 27-0 win over West Brunswick (N.C.). The Wildcats scored 10 goals in the first quarter and were up 17-0 at halftime. They took their foot off the gas in the second half with eight in the third quarter and three in the fourth.
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