Eric Malever, Woodward Academy (Ga.)
Malever became the third player in Georgia history to record 500 career points with four assists and two goals in a 23-1 Woodward Academy (Ga.) win over Jackson (Ga.).
That total brought the Maryland commits career totals to 501 points on 252 goals and 249 assists. He is third all-time on the Georgia all-time scoring list, being only Nicky Solomon (Centennial) and Nathan Solomon (Centennial), who each scored more than 600 points in their careers.
The Maryland commit has 51 points through his team’s first seven games. He is averaging 7.29 points per game for the 5-1 War Eagles.
Woodward Academy’s season is on hold until at least March 27, in which they have three games scheduled. Should the season restart, Malever would have six regular-season games left on the schedule.
Player of the Week Honor Roll
Noah Beacham, La Costa Canyon (Calif.)
Beacham led the Mavericks with eight points on five goals and three assists as La Costa Canyon improved to 5-1 on the season with an 11-8 win over Cathedral Catholic (Calif.).
Matt Morgenroth, Dacula (Ga.)
The junior totaled 16 points in the last two games, including 14 goals. The Anderson commit scored seven goals in a 14-2 win over Meadowcreek (Ga.) and followed that up with seven goals in a 10-9 win over Norcross (Ga.). Morgenroth has 46 goals on the season.
Luke Raymond, Gonzaga (D.C.)
Gonzaga (D.C.) rebounded from a 12-9 loss to McDonogh (Md.) to open its season with a 10-9 victory over Boys’ Latin (Md.). Luke Raymond scored his third goal of the game with 15 seconds left to give the Purple Eagles the win.
Gabe Smith, J.H. Rose (N.C.)
Smith totaled 13 points on eight goals and five assists in a win over Croatan (N.C.). Smith’s performance came just a few days after family friend Pete Quinlan passed away from cancer.
Anthony Todaro, Weddington (N.C.)
Todaro became the program’s all-time leading goal scorer, surpassing 157 career goals last week. The Binghamton signee recorded seven points on six goals and one assist against Hough (N.C.) on Monday to surpass Hunter Fasanaro as the program’s goal leader. The senior added three goals and four assists against Parkwood (N.C.), bringing his career totals to 261 points, 163 goals, and 98 assists. Fasanaro is the player LaxRecords has as Weddington’s all-time leading scorer with 280 career points.