LaxRecords is taking a look at the top high school lacrosse players of the decade, based on career points and saves reported to LaxRecords.com.
As we enter a new decade and a new season of boys’ high school lacrosse, it seems fitting to take a look back at the previous 10 years and the players who made it memorable.
Canyon Birch may not have set out to create a legacy, but after four years at Manasquan (N.J.) and accomplishing feats no player in school or state history had done before, and providing inspiration for his community, a legacy is what he leaves behind.
The All-LaxRecords team is not your typical All-America team. The players included on this team are among their state’s all-time leaders and in many cases set either state or national records.
LaxRecords.com has compiled a list of the boy’s high school lacrosse players who wrapped up their careers in a new century club with at least 200 career points.
Stu Pollard from St. Margaret’s Episcopal (Calif.) helped his team to two championships in one week and earn Player of the Week.
This week’s Mid-Atlantic notebook features a first in New Jersey, playoff performances, a rivalry renewed in Baltimore and a first for a Pennsylvania program.
More than 2,800 miles separate Manasquan (N.J.) and St. Margaret’s Episcopal (Calif.), but the two coastal schools were joined over two days by two players becoming their respective state’s first.
Canyon Birch from Manasquan (N.J.) broke a 17-year old record to become New Jersey’s all-time leading scorer and earn Player of the Week.
This week’s national notebook highlights Canyon Birch who became New Jersey’s all-time leading scorer. Also this week, the first champions of 2019 are crowned and a new 400 Club member.