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.
25: St. Xavier (Ky.)
Bay Shore (N.Y.) head coach Tim Cox won the 200th game of his career with a victory over Brentwood (N.Y.) last night.
Congrats to @BayShoreHS men’s lax coach Tim Cox who secured his 200th career win w/the victory today over Brentwood! Coach was able share the day w/his wife& parents along w/several Alumni. @BayShoreSchools @BayShorePR @LaxRecords @NewsdayHSsports @greaterbayshore @SectXISuffolk pic.twitter.com/sFqyNfSCvQ
— Bay Shore Athletics (@bshs_athletics) April 19, 2018
First Academy (Fla.) senior Brennen Fountain surpassed 300 career points this week with 16 points in two games. Fountain scored seven points against Merritt Island (Fla.) on April 13 to propel him past 300. The attackman now has 312 career points. His 108 points this season are a career high.
Logan McGovern surpassed 200 career points for Darien (Conn.) on April 17. The senior is coming off an 124-point season last year. He has 18 goals and 18 assists this season.
13: Greg Kotcamp, Mooresville (N.C.)
11: Chris Novella, Freehold Township (N.J.)
10: Justin Ruffenach, Northern Burlington (N.J.)
10: Tavin Rell, Saugerties, Saugerties (N.Y.)
9: Jonathan Gaglione, Milford (Del.)
9: Canyon Birch, Manasquan (N.J.)
7: Stone Turnquist, Ossining (N.Y.)
91.67: Vincent Dingbaum, Cheyenne Mountain (Colo.)
90.00: Aidan Kelly, South Side (N.Y.)
84.21: Danny Rodriguez, Stepinac (N.Y.)
80.95: Shane Connell, Pearl River (N.Y.)
78.57: Carson Bristol, Cheyenne Mountain (Colo.)
77.78: Kollin Vaught, Central York (Pa.)
69.23: Austin Brown, Damascus (Md.)
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