Each day boys’ high school lacrosse players, teams, and coaches earn a spot on the 2018 Stylax Stat Leaders and LaxRecords.com posts a daily item acknowledging the achievement.
27: Centennial (Ga.) improved to 12–1 on the season with the victory. Colin Hall scored eight points (5 goals, 3 assists) and Ryan Siracusa had two goals and an assist in the win.
13: Nicky Solomon dished out seven assists and scored six goals for Centennial (Ga.) in the win over Lakeside (Ga.).
10: Senior Moises Ramirez scored six goals and four assists for Immokalee (Fla.) against Riverdale (Fla.).
— Immokalee Lacrosse (@IHSIndiansLax) April 10, 2018
10: Senior Michael McIntyre scored seven goals and three assists for Wall (N.J.) against Old Bridge (N.J.).
9: Ryan Dugan scored nine goals for Mahopac (N.Y.) in a 15–9 win over Suffern (N.Y.).
8: John-Gage Collier scored eight goals and one assist for Annapolis Area Christian School (Md.) in a 14–8 win over Pallotti (Md.).
8: Junior Matt McShea had a snowman and dished out one assist for Warren Hills (N.J.) against Governor Livingston (N.J.).
7: Joey Boros dished out seven assists for Brentsville (Va.) in a 16–0 win over Osbourn (Va.) on April 5.
7: Eric Turkheimer dished out seven and scored two goals for Rancocas Valley (N.J.) against New Egypt (N.J.).
7: Griffin Leblond had seven assists for Somerville (N.J.) against Allentown (N.J.).
25: Hunter Gallo stopped 25 shots for Kittatinny (N.J.) against Blair (N.J.).
83.33: Peter Chabot won 10 of 12 for Rye (N.Y.) in a 10–4 win over Fordham Prep (N.Y.).
66.67: Sophomore David Graham won 12 of 18 for Chatfield (Colo.) against Rocky Canyon (Colo.).
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