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Keep tabs on all the best known high school boys’ lacrosse performances that are added each day with the daily Best Known Lacrosse Performances list. Each day as players, teams and coaches earn a spot on the overall list, LaxRecords.com posts a daily item acknowledging the achievement.
Players are added based on number of goals, assist, points or saves they make in a single game. Coaches who surpass significant milestones will be recognized. Teams that continue or get added to our longest winning streak list or most goals scored list will also be added.
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Nick Simonelli led Southern Regional (New Jersey) with seven goals and five assists in a 20-3 win over Brick Memorial (New Jersey) on Monday. The senior tallied his 100th career goal in addition to his 200th career point in the game.
Luke Rogers amassed 11 points for General Brown (New York) in a 23-1 win over Thousand Islands (New York) on Tuesday. Rogers dished out seven assists and scored four goals in the win.
Thomas Haun dished out six assists and scored four goals for Sachem North (New York) on Tuesday. The Stony Brook commit helped North to a 15-8 win over Huntington (New York) in the first round of the Suffolk County Class A playoffs.
Mac O’Keefe scored seven goals and dished out three assists in a 17-5 Syosset (New York) win over Plainview JFK (New York). The Penn State commit’s performance came in the Nassau A quarterfinal to propel them to the semifinal on May 25.
Keegan Ford scored nine goals for Mainland Regional (New Jersey) in a 23-3 win over Absegami (New Jersey) on Monday. Ford’s performance set a program record for the most goals scored in a single game.
Wilson West Lawn (Pennsylvania) senior, Adam Close, scored eight goals and dished out one assist against Central Dauphin (Pennsylvania) on Tuesday.
Alex Mack scored eight goals for Carthage (New York) in a 19-6 win over Watertown (New York) on Monday. Mack also had one assist to bring his season total to 75 points.
James Avanzato scored seven goals for Sachem North in a 15-8 win over Huntington on Tuesday. The Maryland commit also dished out two assists in the Suffolk Class A playoff first round game.
Also for Mainland Regional, Vincent Giunta dished out 11 assists in the win over Absegami to set a program record for most assists in a single game. Giunta also had one goal in the victory.
Conwell-Egan Catholic (Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania) senior, Antonio Whyte, finished his high school career in the Top 10 of all known goalies for the most saves in a career.
In the Eagles final game on May 16, Whyte made 11 saves to bring his four-year total to 1,025. Before any other performances from this year are tallied, that puts Whyte at No. 10 all-time.
The Misericordia commit could have tallied a few more saves in his career. According to head coach Barry Rosberry, Whtye did miss a few games, but only in goal.
“[Whyte’s total is] Not bad considering he didn’t start until the sixth game of his freshman year,” Roxberry said. “Also, I took him out of a few games so he could play middie and score a couple of goals.”
Nyack (New York) junior goalie, Will Ramos, finished his junior year with 233 saves to bring his career total to 946 with one year left. The Albany commit has played on the varsity team since his eighth-grade year, which leaves in him an outside (maybe far outside) shot of the all-time record of 1,366 by Charlie Cipriano of Herricks (New York) from 2005 to 2008. Ramos is averaging 236 saves per season, which, with another similar year, puts him in range of former Duke Blue Devil, Daniel Loftus from Syosset, and former Ohio State Buckeye, Mike Rimmer from Half Hollows Hills East (New York).
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Keep tabs on all the best known high school boys’ lacrosse performances that are added each day with the daily Best Known Lacrosse Performances list. East day as players, teams and coaches earn a spot on the overall list, LaxRecords.com posts a daily item acknowledging the achievement.
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According to US Lacrosse, lacrosse continues to be the fastest-growing sport in the nation. Just under 300,000 players competed on varsity, junior varsity, freshman and club teams. According to the National Federation of State High School Associations, from 2009 to 2014, a total of 551 schools added boys’ programs, resulting in a growth rate of 27.8 percent for boys’ lacrosse. US Lacrosse has produced a participation report annually since 2001, and over that time span the number of players has grown 204 percent, from 253,901 to 772,772. This survey counts only play on organized teams, and does not count leisure-time play of the sport.