Today’s Stylax Stat Leader highlights contain some impressive performances in crucial games, including games that could decide playoff seeding down the road.
Eric Bua scored nine of the 12 goals for Revere (Mass.) in a win over Everett on April 30. The junior had 122 points in his sophomore year and was named all-star as a freshman and a sophomore. He has 55 points this season through nine games.
A couple of faceoff men played crucial roles in their team's victories last night.
Conor Calderone from Smithtown West (N.Y.) won 17 of 18 faceoffs in a 10–6 win over West Islip (N.Y.). Logan Tobias from Commack (N.Y.) won 18 of 21 faceoffs and scored one goal as Commack upset Half Hollow Hills East (N.Y.).
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.
A few new players have been added to the season points list this week. With teams in Florida completing their season, Mikey Berkman from West Orange (Fla.) finished his senior year with 99 points.
Michael Fox from Western-Davie (Fla.) scored 152 points on the strength of 111 goals to put him as the state’s all-time leader for goals in a single season.
With the completion of his senior year, Berkman achieved quite a few personal landmarks. The Syracuse commit finished as Florida’s all-time leading scorer, the first player in state history to have at least 200 career goals and 200 career assists and finished his career in the Top 25 all-time for career points. There are still a few players who could bump him out of the Top 25 this season, but his accomplishments are impressive.
12: Sean Beers, Gloucester Catholic (N.J.)
12: Tyler Neal, Delaware Valley (N.J.)
11: Mike Fiorentino, New Hartford (N.Y.)
10: Jesse West, Sparta (N.J.)
10: Griffin Westlin, Seton Hall Prep (N.J.)
10: Eric Sherman, Cherry Hill East (N.J.)
10: Josh Hameline, Whitesboro (N.Y.)
10: Ryan Waters, Whitesboro (N.Y.)
10: Harrison Key, Highland Park (Texas)
9: Eric Bua, Revere (Mass.)
Boys lacrosse improves to 7–3 with a 12–10 victory over Everett. Patriots were led by Eric Bua who recorded a school record 9 goals in the victory.
— Frank Shea (@ADReverePats) April 30, 2018
8: Christopher Castiglia, Lakeland (N.J.)
7: Joel Scerbo, Kingsway (N.J.)
7: Adam Mirza, New Hartford (N.Y.)
27: Josue Canales, Hempstead (N.Y.)
100.00: Nico Mattia, Queensbury (N.Y.)
95.24: Brian Michael, Farmingdale (N.Y.)
94.74: Matt Brock, Perkiomen Valley (Pa.)
94.44: Conor Calderone, Smithtown West (N.Y.)
94.44: Eric Pacheco, Valor Christian (Colo.)
91.30: Kollin Vaught, Central York (Pa.)
88.24: Mike Sisselberger, Southern Lehigh (Pa.)
88.24: Kollin Vaught, Central York (Pa.)
88.00: Mike Sisselberger, Southern Lehigh (Pa.)
87.50: Zach Cole, Lenape (N.J.)
85.71: Logan Tobias, Commack (N.Y.)
85.19: Kollin Vaught, Central York (Pa.)
82.61: Claude Mitchell, Mount Olive (N.J.)
82.61: Kollin Vaught, Central York (Pa.)
81.25: Hunter Cronk, Jefferson (N.J.)
80.00: Henry Reed, Shipley (Pa.)
79.31: Lawrence Miles, Moorestown Friends (N.J.)
73.91: Tyler James, Watchung Hills (N.J.)
78.26: Aidan Uralli, Rock Canyon (Colo.)
77.42: Brett Boos, Chaparral (Colo.)
76.47: Nate Hammond, Avon Grove (Pa.)
76.19: Andrea Fiorenza, Oratory (N.J.)
72.73: Dylan Leinhart, Columbine (Colo.)
72.00: Merrick Willeford, Winston Churchill (Md.)
71.43: Russell Eberding, Sparta (N.J.)
69.57: Deandre Shearn, Passaic Tech (N.J.)
66.67: AJ Porreca, Interboro (Pa.)
66.67: Russell Eberding, Sparta (N.J.)
65.00: Ryan Matsinger, Penncrest (Pa.)