While LaxRecords.com was started as a place to house the history of boys’ high school lacrosse, there are a lot of performances that do not make the lists. But those performances deserved to be highlighted. The Around the Crease weekly notebook will attempt to spotlight the top players and performances.
In today’s notebook, Penn Yan (N.Y.) head coach Brian Hobart notches his 200th career win, El Segundo senior Preston Quaschnick leads all known point scorers and Ranney (N.J.) goalie Ian Dobrzynski almost doubles the previous single game save leader.
With a total of 12 points, Lourdes (N.Y.) Dillon Rispoli led all known scorers on Thursday. Also today, catching up a little bit, Coronado (Calif.) head coach Alex Cade entered 2016 as California’s all-time wins leader and has added a few to his total this season.
Coronado (Calif.) senior Anthony DeMaio is now the new best known California all-time scoring leader in California high school lacrosse history. The Boston University commit scored three goals and three assists against Scripps Ranch (San Diego, Calif.) on Tuesday to give him 328 for his career.
This week’s Stat Stars lists the Top 3 players and teams in each category from the past week. Want to catch up on who led the nation for the most points, goals, assists, saves? This is the place to do it. It was an exciting week as several players topped the 11-point and eight goals marks this week. Also, another long winning streak came to an end and teams on the West Coast put up big goal numbers.
Coronado (Calif.) Senior Anthony DeMaio Puts Up 20 points over the span of two games last week and is approaching a milestone for his career. Also today, a Sierra Canyon (Calif.) junior totals 12 points and West Forsyth (Ga.) puts up its biggest goal total of the season.
El Segundo (Calif.) junior Cory Lund has been on fire the last week, totaling 32 points in three games and posting back-to-back 12-point games. Also part of today’s additions are Port Washington (N.Y.) attackman Seth Obadia and Northwood (Calif.) attackman Michael Bellas who earn spots on the Most Goals in a Game list.
Westlake (Calif.) led teams on Wednesday by scoring the most goals in a single game, while an El Segundo (Calif.) junior tops all known scorers for the most points in a single game. Also today, players from Maryland, New York and Washington enter the lists for most goals, assists, points and saves.
Several national records received updates last week after players and teams posted big games. The national list for most points in a single game received a big update as a new No. 2 was added. Plus, another team scores 30 goals in a game and Florida’s single season goals record could be reset this season.
In a quieter day in terms of Best Known Performances, Kyle Banks from North Paulding (Ga.) put his name on the Most Goals in a Game list for the second time this season. The senior helped his team to a 17-7 win with his top performance.