Today’s Stylax Stat Leader highlights feature a championship performance, a season-high in Massachusetts and two perfect faceoff men.
Riley Seay from Oceanside Collegiate (S.C.) scored eight goals as Oceanside defeated Greenville (S.C.) 15–5 in the Class 4A state championship game. Seay finished his career with 163 goals after scoring 65 this season.
Sean Fagen scored 15 points on eight assists and seven goals for North Reading (Mass.) against Danvers (Mass.) on April 21.
Bend (Ore.) scored 25 goals to rebound from a three-game losing streak on Saturday. The Lava Bears defeated Marist (Ore.) 25–1. This was the second time this season Bend has scored at least 20 goals in a game. They are 6–10 on the season.
Darien (Conn.) extended its nation-best winning streak to 64 consecutive games last week. The Blue Wave had to get through Wilton (Conn.), Danbury (Conn.) and New Canaan (Conn.) to do it. The schedule does not get easier with games against Trumbull (Conn.) and nationally ranked St. Anthony’s (N.Y.) this week.
Derryfield (N.H.) extended its streak to 40 consecutive games, which is good for second in the nation. The Cougars join a list of just 21 teams that have winning streaks of at least 40 games in their program history.
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.
15: Sean Fagen, North Reading (Mass.)
11: Justin Tiernan, Glenn (N.Y.)
10: Connor Hopkins, Woodstown (N.J.)
11: Ryan Siracusa, Centennial (Ga.)
10: Blake Behlen, Commack (N.Y.)
10: Jared Cassel, Goshen (N.Y.)
10: James Connolly, New Hyde Park (N.Y.)
10: Garrett Muscatella, West Morris (N.J.)
8: Max Matthies, Jackson Liberty (N.Y.)
8: Riley Seay, Oceanside Collegiate (S.C.)
7: Nicky Solomon, Centennial (Ga.)
7: Matty Paredes, Littleton (Colo.)
7: Shane Reilly, St. Rose (N.J.)
7: Patrick Lanigan, Parsippany (N.J.)
7: Dart Jaggi, Wahconah (Mass.)
7: Liam Horton, Glen Rock (N.J.)
25: Harry Sykes, Utica Proctor (N.Y.)
100.00: Henry Reed, Shipley (Pa.)
100.00: Dennis Layden, Morristown-Beard (N.J.)
94.74: Ryan Hamburger, West Essex (N.J.)
94.12: Merrick Willeford, Winston Churchill (Md.)
93.33: Nick Sicilia, Downingtown West (Pa.)
93.33: Matt Dellapi, West Milford (N.J.)
92.31: Angelos Petrakis, Massapequa (N.Y.)
91.67: Addison Wilkins, Dorman (S.C.)
91.67: Luke Rios, Cherry Creek (Colo.)
90.48: Billy Germana, Egg Harbor (N.J.)
90.48: Zach Cole, Lenape (N.J.)
90.48: Michael Carere, Connetquot (N.Y.)
90.48: Zach Cole, Lenape (N.J.)
89.29: Hugo Spencer, Hanover Park (N.J.)
87.50: Sean Savacool, Paul VI (N.J.)
87.50: Zach Stolz-Illge, Montville (N.J.)
87.50: Jamie Zusi, Pingry (N.J.)
84.62: Kyle Mueller, Brick Memorial (N.J.)
84.21: Dean Carnival, Eastern (N.J.)
83.33: Mike Kinsel, St. Rose (N.J.)
82.14: Petey LaSallla, Rocky Point (N.Y.)
81.25: Duke Hindman, Littleton (Colo.)
80.00: Luke Roselli, Upper Dublin (Pa.)
78.95: Landon Nolta, Mountain Vista (Colo.)
78.95: Dylan Pape, West Islip (N.Y.)
76.47: John Dugenio, Bridgewater-Raritan (N.J.)
76.00: Matt Brignati, Glenn (N.Y.)
75.00: Kollin Vaught, Central York (Pa.)
73.91: Carson Jacobs, Bloomington Jefferson (Minn.)
73.33: Marc Psyllos, Manhasset (N.Y.)
73.08: Kollin Vaught, Central York (Pa.)
72.22: Thomas Cameron, Blake (Md.)
70.59: Dylan Leinhart, Columbine (Colo.)
69.57: Sean Gibson, Bergen Catholic (N.J.)
69.23: Will Spencer, Red Bank Regional (N.J.)
69.23: Keaton Young, Aspen (Colo.)
68.75: Mike Pernell, Lawrence (N.J.)
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