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During 2018, LaxRecords.com will name a Player of the Week each Monday. Submit players statistics by Saturday each week for consideration in future Player of the Week accolades
Player of the Week
Jack Myers, Sr., Gonzaga (D.C.)
Myers became Washington, D.C.‘s all-time leading scorer and helped the Purple Eagles to a win over Top 10 Boys’ Latin (Md.) in the process. Against two nationally-ranked teams, Myers posted 12 points on eight goals and four assists.
Myers started the week with a seven-point game in a loss to national No. 1 Culver Academy (Ind.) on March 24. He followed that up with five points in the win over Boys’ Latin.
Myers now has 220 career points, passing former Gonzaga star Timmy Monahan. Myers was already the District’s all-time assist leader. He now needs seven assists to reach 100 for his career.
Isaac Aronson, So., Bullis (Md.)
The sophomore scored 11 goals in four games for the Bulldogs last week. He scored four goals in games against Cape Henlopen (Del.) and Springside Chestnut Hill (Pa.). He had six points on four assists and two goals against Delmar (Del.). He also scored a goal against West Chester (Pa.) to finish off the week.
Michael Clibanoff, La Salle College (Pa.)
Clibanoff made 10 saves as the Explorers defeated Conestoga (Pa.) 8–3. La Salle and Clibanoff held the Pioneers scoreless in the second and fourth quarters.
Dylan Gergar, Sr., Severn School (Md.)
Gergar scored six goals in a 17–9 win over Severna Park on Thursday. The senior’s performance helped snap Severna Park’s 39-game winning streak, which was the second-longest in the nation.
Brendan Grimes, Boys’ Latin (Md.)
Grimes scored four goals, including three in the second half to lead the Lakers to a come-from-behind win over Conestoga (Pa.) last Monday. Boys’ Latin was down 7–3 at halftime. Grimes scored four goals in a loss to Gonzaga (D.C.) later in the week.
Cole Kirst, Sr., Seton Hall Prep (N.J.)
Kirst had the best game of his career, according to Brandon Gould at NJ.com. Kirst scored five goals and had two assists in a 19–10 win over Sparta (N.J.). Kirst’s previous game high was a five-point game against West Morris (N.J.) in 2017.
Luke Jayne, So., St. Edwards (Fla.)
Jayne scored four goals, all in the fourth quarter and overtime, in a win over St. John Paul II (Fla.). The sophomore scored the game-winner in overtime to help the team to a 15–14 win.
J.P. Lannig, Sr., Syosset (N.Y.)
Lannig helped Syosset snap Cold Spring Harbor’s 30-game winning streak with a five-point performance on March 29. The Brown commit scored four goals and had one assist to lead Syosset in scoring.
Miles Leniw, Sr., Delbarton (N.J.)
The senior stepped up in the Green Wave’s meeting against St. Anthony’s (N.Y.). Leniw made 14 saves and held the Friars to just one goal in the fourth quarter, helping Delbarton to a 13–10 win. He made five saves in a win over Westfield (N.J.) on March 28.
Jack Traynor, Sr., Malvern Prep (Pa.)
Traynor scored five goals and had one assist in an 11–9 win over Loyola-Blakefield (Md.) on Tuesday. He added two goals and one assist in a 12–8 win over Academy New Church (Pa.) on Wednesday.
Jack Thomas, Severna Park (Md.)
Thomas scored two goals, including the game-winner with 46 seconds left, to catapult Severna Park to a 13–12 win over Archbishop Spalding (Md.) last week. Thomas also had four assists in the win.
Matt Carr, Sr., Grayslake North (Ill.)
Carr won 47 of 53 faceoffs in two games in Florida last week. The senior helped his team to a 1–1 record. They defeated St. John Paul II (Fla.) and lost by just one goal to Boca Raton (Fla.). The Marquette commit also had 10 points and 20 ground balls in the two games.