Over the last few days, there have been numerous players with career and game performances. As a result, today’s Stylax Stat leaders is a combination of performances from the weekend and Monday, May 7.
Today’s Stylax Stat Leader features a career performance by Kyle Long and several performances by players from Seton Hall Prep (N.J.) and more.
Joe White became the first player in Virginia history to reach 400 career points on May 2. The Collegiate (Va.) star scored two goals and two assists against Benedictine (Va.) to reach the milestone.
Nicky Solomon celebrates his 600th career point with Centennial (Ga.) head coach Bryan Wallace. It’s fitting that Nicky Solomon from Centennial (Ga.) did not break his older brother’s state scoring lead on May 2. Instead, the UNC commit will spend a few days tied with Nathan at No. 1. After becoming just the fifth player… Read More
Today’s Stylax Stat Leader highlights include impressive performances from some usual suspects in addition to players who are making their first appearance.
Today’s Stylax Stat Leader highlights contain some impressive performances in crucial games, including games that could decide playoff seeding down the road.
Today’s Stylax Stat Leader highlights feature a championship performance, a season-high in Massachusetts and two perfect faceoff men. Also today, Darien (Conn.) and Derryfield (N.H.) make national history in the Northeast.
There are a few usual suspects in today’s Stylax Stat Leader updates, including Mike McShea from Radnor (Pa.) and Gavin Tygh from Penn Charter (Pa.). There’s another multi-overtime game on today’s list and three players reach double-digits in points.
Today’s Stylax Stat Leaders is a massive update with several days worth of players. Among today’s highlights include Aidan Callahan and Brooks Baro hitting career milestones. Also today, Colton Rudd scores 15 and Matthew McGannon sets a program record for Shawnee Mission East (Kan.).
In addition to the usual Stylax Stat Leader update, today also includes some highlights from the players included on the list. This includes Dylan Wolfe and John Collier figuring in a majority of their team’s goals on Friday.