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This week’s West Region notebook features a record breaker in California, a Minnesota team overcoming tragedy and the start of the California playoffs.
Senior Nick Whittall from Murrieta Mesa (Calif.) appears to have broken the California record for most goals in a game with 13 against Murrieta Valley (Calif.) on April 24. Whittall’s 13 goals surpasses the previous known-and-reported record of 12 by J.K. Torres from West Ranch (Calif.) that was set in 2014. Teammate Miles Crowley totaled 11 points in the 25-2 win.
The LA Times has a nice feature on Logan Soelberg from Crespi (Calif.) who is heading to Yale this fall. The 6-foot-2 attack man is coming off a 67 goal season as a junior.
St. Margaret’s (Calif.) earned the No. 1 seed in the 2019 post-season tournament and play Beckman/Edison (Calif.). The No. 2 seeded Foothill-Santa Ana which has been surging - winning four straight games plays Murrieta Mesa/Great Oak (Calif.), which will also determine this year’s Southwest League champion.
The Minnetonka (Minn.) boys lacrosse team is unbeaten and ranked number one in the state. In the last year, they have had to overcome tragedy off the field in a major way.
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