Several national records received updates last week after players and teams posted big games.
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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.
Cave Spring (Va.) senior Chris Weston etched his name into the record books in his team’s win over William Fleming (Va.) on March 17. Weston entered second place on the national game all-time points list with a 19 point game. His 19 points is the most in a game since Ryan McNamara from Eastview (Apple Valley, Minn.) totaled 17 against Eagan (Minn.) on June 5, 2013. Weston scored 12 goals and added seven assists in his team’s 30-goal outburst. The 12 goals ties for the 2016 season lead. The only player to have scored more points in a single game was Jimmy Lewis when he did it for Uniondale (N.Y.) in 1961. Weston’s 12 goals is believed to be a Virginia state record. Weston is committed to the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Va.
Weston’s Cave Spring teammate, junior attackman Stuart Souza, totaled 14 points on 10 goals and four assists in the win over William Fleming. The 14 points also places Souza on the all-time list for most points in a single game.
Jupiter Christian (Fla.) junior Michael Holahan posted a 14 point performance against John Carroll Catholic (Fla.) on March 10. Holahan dished out eight assists and scored six goals in the win. Through 10 games, the junior has 26 assists and 24 goals.
El Segundo (Calif.) junior Cory Lund put his name on two lists this season with a 12 point, seven assist performance against Simi Valley (Calif.) on March 2. Lund helped lead his team, along with teammate Lukas Roscoe’s five goals, win 18-6. MaxLaxLA.com has the game recap.
St. Brendan (Fla.) senior Carlos Clavijo is now tied for the lead for the most goals scored in a game. Clavijo scored 12 goals in addition to dishing out two assists in a 20-14 win over North Broward Prep (Fla.) on March 16. Before Clavijo and Weston’s performances this week, the previous best known record for most goals in a game this season was 10, done four other times by Clavijo this season. At last check, Clavijo has 85 goals this season with four games remaining. The Florida best known record for the most goals in a season is 107 by Harris Stolzenberg from Pine Crest (Fla.) in 2012.
Luke Motta scored eight goals as Cardinal Gibbons (Fla.) defeated Calvary Christian (Fla.) 16-3 on Thursday.
Great Oak (Calif.) sophomore Chase Taylor scored eight goals to help his team to a 15-5 win over Aliso Niguel (Calif.) on March 15. Read the full game recap from MaxLaxOC.com.
Gabe Cardona from St. Brendan dished out seven assists and also scored two goals in the win over North Broward Prep. The win helped St. Brendan improve to 9-5 on the season.
Goalie Dean Orofino from New Dorp (N.Y.) recorded 26 saves against Curtis (N.Y.) on March 16.
Wando (S.C.) moved into the top spot for the longest active winning streak with a 4-0 week. The Warriors have won 28 consecutive games, dating back to Feb. 28, 2015.
New Orleans Jesuit (La.) won its 20th straight game by defeating Rockhurst Jesuit (Kan.) 11-6. The Bluejays won their final nine games of 2015 and are 11-0 this season.
Stone Bridge (Va.) moved onto the Consecutive Wins list with a 16-10 win over Oakton (Va.) on March 15. The Bulldogs have now won 15 straight games.
Ponte Vedra (Fla.) won its 15th straight game with an 18-1 win over Stanton Prep (Fla.) on March 16. The Sharks are 15-0 this season and have held six teams to five goals or less in a game.
Cave Spring (Va.) tied for the lead for the most goals in a game while improving to 2-0 this season. The Knights defeated William Fleming (Va.) 30-1 on March 17. The only other team to score 30 goals this season is McIntosh (Ga.) on Feb. 18.
Boone (Fla.) took over second place for Most Goals in a Game with a 29 goal game against Freedom (Fla.) on March 15. The Braves won 29-0. The previous No. 2 slot was a tie between Dutch Fork (S.C.) and Grady (Ga.). Both teams scored 28 goals in a game.
Loyola-Blakefield (Md.) got their 2016 season off to a great start by ending the longest active winning streak in the nation. Loyola defeated Haverford School (Pa.) 16-14 on March 15. The Dons were led by senior Cole Williams who scored four goals and had three assists in the win. Haverford’s winning streak dated back to March 15, 2015.
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