Congratulations to the high school lacrosse Class of 2020. This is part one of a four-part series to highlight your career achievements.
This week’s Southeast Region Notebook showcases a new goal leader for Weddington (N.C.), a positive story out of Florida and another big game out of Texas.
Eric Malever from Woodward Academy (Ga.) becomes only the third player in Georgia history to accomplish this feat to earn Player of the Week. Six players join Malever as members of the Honor Roll this week.
Sam Chase becomes one of seven players in Florida history to reach this mark. This and more in today’s 2020 High School Stat Leader update.
LaxRecords goes state-by-state in the Southeast Region taking a look at teams and returning players. Teams that filled out our 2020 season preview form are all included.
The Southeast Region has quite a few players and coaches on the verge of season and career milestones during the 2020 high school lacrosse season.
This week’s national notebook highlights a Centennial program that is only the second in lacrosse history to have more than two members of the 400 Club.
It’s crazy to think, but there are only a few weeks left in the regular season for multiple states in the south, but some still have a few weeks to go. In this week’s Southeast notebook we look at a big matchup in North Carolina, an up and coming program from south Florida, and more
Allen Hockenberry from St. Mary’s (Md.) earns Player of the Week for March 19. The junior helped the Saints to a 2-0 record over region powerhouses. Honorable mentions are from California, Canada, Florida, Maryland, Georgia, North Carolina, Washington, D.C., and Missouri.
Matt Carr reached several career milestones as the regular season ended to earn this week’s LaxRecords.com’s Player of the Week. Honorable Mentions this week hail from Lake Norman (N.C.), Calvert Hall (Md.), Wayland (Mass.), Clinton (N.Y.), Haverford School (Pa.), Chaminade (N.Y.), Lambert (Ga.), Weddington (N.C.), Penn Charter (Pa.), Christ School (N.C.) and Winston Churchill (Md.).