The players on this list are among the candidates for LaxRecords 2018 Player of the Year. Players were selected because they either have a chance at setting significant national, state or program records.
The 2017, and inaugural, All-LaxRecords Team is not another All-America team. Instead, this team is comprised of players who set either national, state or team records as reported to LaxRecords.com during the 2017 season.
Among today’s Stylax Stat Leader update, Cam Peritz reaches 500 career points, becoming the sixth player in state history to reach that mark. Also today, Dan Vazquez scores 15 and Daniel Clendenny surpasses 200 saves for the year. Read More »
Coaching career wins take center stage in today’s Stylax Stat Leaders update. Three coaches hit career win marks in the last few days, including one Tuesday. Overall, there are 22 updates to the 2017 boys’ lacrosse season leaders list. Read More »
LaxRecords.com continues its High School Lacrosse Player of the Year Watch with Wave 4, featuring players from Connecticut and Massachusetts. The next wave of players releases April 3. At the conclusion of the 2017 boys’ high school lacrosse season, LaxRecords.com will name its first-ever High School Lacrosse Player of the Year. The following categories are taken into… Read More
At the conclusion of the 2017 boys’ high school lacrosse season, LaxRecords.com will name its first-ever Player of the Year. The following categories are taken into consideration: the player is among the state or county leaders in any statistical category (defenseman and face-off specialists included); strength of team’s schedule; performance in both regular and postseason games.… Read More
High School: Cathedral (Wilbraham)/Pope Francis (Chicopee) State: Massachusetts Years Played: 2013-2017 College: Wesleyan (hockey) Cam Peritz completed his high school lacrosse career in the Top 15 all-time on the national scoring list. Playing a total of five seasons, the attack man capped his career with a 94-point season as a senior. He was on LaxRecords.com… Read More
Even though there are fewer games, the stakes could not be higher and two players earned spots among the nation’s leaders. Jacob Switzer from Coe-Brown Northwood Academy (N.H.) leads today’s update along with Cam Peritz from Pope Francis (Mass.).
Brother Rice (Michigan) led all known teams for the most goals scored in a single game with a win on Tuesday. Also today, Cam Peritz posts his third 15-point game of the year.
Pope Francis (Massachusetts) star, Cam Peritz, now has 89 points on the season and has 373 for his career. Also today, a Duke commit from Half Hollow Hills West (New York) is among the nation’s leading assist men.