Providence School (Fla.) head coach Brian Theiss won the 200th game of his career last night with a 23-0 win over Atlantic Coast (Fla.) on Thursday. Theiss has been the Stallions head coach since 2015 and coached at Lake Brantley (Fla.) and Winter Springs (Fla.) previously.
With 14 points against Wheeler (Ga.), Ben Hull from Kennesaw Mountain (Ga.) commit reached 300 career points just three games into his junior year. Hull scored 10 goals and handed out four assists to give him exactly 300 points. The Michigan commit has 179 career goals and 121 career assists.
14: Ben Hull, Jr., Kennesaw Mountain (Ga.)
13: Colby Lynch, Sr., Tesoro (Calif.)
12: Jonny Schrager, So., Lake Brantley (Fla.)
11: Jonny Schrager, So., Lake Brantley (Fla.)
7: Brayden Thomas, Jr., Northern Durham (N.C.)
100.00: Anthony Ghobriel, So., Highland Park (Texas)
100.00: Cam Resch, So., Gilbert (Ariz.)
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