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.
Mikey Berkman from West Orange (Fla.) took over the No. 1 spot on Florida’s all-time scoring list last night to highlight today’s Stylax Stat Leaders. Also among today’s 36 entries are a pair of Georgia sophomores putting up double-digits.
Of the players I am aware of, there are several that appear likely to be the next members of the 400-point club. Additionally, there are three that might be longshots but have a chance this season.
This story has been updated to reflect the 2018 boys high school lacrosse season. To view the original story click here. The 400-Point Club is one of the more elite clubs in high school lacrosse. As of this writing in January 2018, only 75 players are known to have reached that plateau in the history… Read More
Nicky Solomon scored 12 points for Centennial (Roswell, Ga.) in the win over Martin Luther King (Lithonia, Ga.) on April 14. Those 12 points pushed the UNC commit over the 400-point mark in his career, becoming just the 71st-known player* to reach 400 career points. Solomon scored eight assists and four goals in the victory, giving him 117… Read More
What a pair of players at Mystic Valley (Malden, Massachusetts) did in a single game is believed to have never been done before in high school lacrosse history. Also in today’s Around the Crease weekly notebook, a Red Bank Regional (New Jersey) goalie surpasses 1,000 career saves and LaxRecords follows up with last week’s career leaders.