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.
Mikey Berkman from West Orange (Fla.) became Florida’s all-time scoring leader with an eight-point playoff performance last night.
The Syracuse signee’s six-goal, two-assist night put him at 483 career points, surpassing the 482 points by Conor Whipple from St. Andrew’s (Fla.). Whipple’s record had stood since 2013.
Berkman’s individual performance came on a night where he helped his team to a 13–11 win over Lake Minneola (Fla.) in the District 11 championship game.
Vincent Cartelli scored five goals and two assists for Somers (N.Y.) to surpass 200 career points. His teammate, Tyler Carr made 14 saves to give him more than 500 for his career.
10: Eric Malever, Woodward Academy (Ga.)
10: Ben Hull, Kennesaw Mountain (Ga.)
— KMHS Boys Lacrosse (@KMHSLax) April 20, 2018
10: CJ Ashton, North Warren (N.J.)
10: Xavier Arline, Shoreham-Wading River (N.Y.)
10: Joey Spallina, Mount Sinai (N.Y.)
7: Justin Tiernan, Glenn (N.Y.)
7: Andrew Branson, Cape Henry Collegiate (Va.)
8: Trevor Glavin, Mountain Lakes (N.J.)
7: Jake Coleman, Pleasantville (N.Y.)
7: Gaige Lennon, Interboro (Pa.)
25: Collin Drill, Bishop Ahr (N.J.)
100.00: Matt Brock, Perkiomen Valley (Pa.)
90.00: Zach Broomall, Springfield-Delco (Pa.)
88.89: Brian Mitrow, Hunterdon Central (N.J.)
85.71: AJ Porreca, Interboro (Pa.)
84.62: Matt Rueter, Holy Ghost Prep (Pa.)
82.35: Ben Lipkin, Millburn (N.J.)
81.25: Ryan Matsinger, Penncrest (Pa.)
80.95: Lucas Kopecky, Montgomery (N.J.)
80.00: Jake Auerbach, St. Joseph (N.J.)
80.00: John Dugenio, Bridgewater-Raritan (N.J.)
78.95: Mike McShea, Radnor (Pa.)
By the numbers: @RadnorLacrosse over @SHBoysLacrosse 10–5, Drew Brown 4g, Connor Pierce 3g1a, John Austen 2g1a, Jackson Birtwistle 3a, Ryan Bernicker 1g, Jack Dooley 1a. Mike McShea 15/19 FO, Archer Darrach 16 S. @NXTLCboys @phillylacrosse @Philly_Faceoff @sportsdoctormd
— Radnor HS Lacrosse (@RadnorLacrosse) April 20, 2018
78.95: Ryan Trapasso, Croton (N.Y.)
76.47: Zach Cole, Lenape (N.J.)
72.22: Tyler Rummel, Cedar Grove (N.J.)
71.43: Billy Kroeger, Ocean City (N.J.)
70.00: James Reilly, Conestoga (Pa.)
69.57: Nico Mattia, Queensbury (N.Y.)
65.38: Lucas Novack, Morris Hills (N.J.)
65.00: Liam Rosato, Germantown Academy (Pa.)
65.00: Russell Eberding, Sparta (N.J.)
65.00: Aidan Uralli, Rock Canyon (Colo.)
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