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.
The All-LaxRecords team is not your typical High School Lacrosse All-America team. The players on this team are among their state’s all-time leaders.
LaxRecords has compiled a list of the boy’s high school lacrosse players who wrapped up their careers as the new save leaders in their states.
The West Region notebook highlights Mercer Island from Washington which is quietly sporting an undefeated record with wins over teams from three states. Newport Harbor (Calif.) snapped a 13-year losing streak and won its conference.
Daniel Kelly from Calvert Hall (Md.) provided key goals in a crucial meeting against McDonogh (Md.) to earn Player of the Week for Week 7. Plus, eight players earn Honorable Mention this week.
The LaxRecords Player of the Year is annually given to the player who makes a significant statistical contribution to high school lacrosse.
Bryan Kelly reached a milestone victory last week, which is the biggest highlight of today’s Stylax Stat Leaders. There are 18 total updates today, including players from California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and West Virginia.
Syracuse commit Mikey Berkman has had quite the week. After surpassing 400 career points last week, the senior has now become the first player in Florida history to score 200 goals and 200 assists. Total in today’s update is eight players and one team.
Steve DeFeo, Sandy Kapatos and Tom Lemieux are among the coaches who earned significant coaching wins as part of today’s Stylax Stat Leader update. Also today, another four-overtime game and 20 player updates. Read More »
Pete Schlendorf totaled 14 points for Donovan Catholic (N.J.) to lead all known scorers in today’s Stylax Stat Leader update. Overall, there are 17 total updates, 15 of which are players earning spots on the 2017 leaders’ for the most goals, assists, points and saves in a single game. Read More »