It’s not too early to start looking at the Class of 2021 players expected to make an impact on the upcoming New York boys lacrosse season.
It’s not too early to start looking at the Class of 2020 players expected to make an impact on the upcoming New York boys lacrosse season.
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.
With this year’s Cardinal program, it’s impossible to single out one player who made the most significant impact. Calvert Hall completed its mission with a 15-7 win over St. Mary’s (Md.) to claim its third-consecutive MIAA A Conference championship.
There are more than 100 players included in today’s High School Stat Leaders update, including Christian Mule going off for Half Hollow Hills West (N.Y.).
Under Armour announced today the rosters of boys who will represent the Long Island region at the 2017 Under Armour Underclass Lacrosse Tournament. Eleven players from Chaminade (N.Y.) and six from St. Anthony’s (N.Y.), including Brennan O’Neill (pictured) lead the way.
Archbishop Carroll (Pa.) junior, Adam Ritter, is among today’s Stylax Stat Leader updates after scoring seven goals to reach 200 career points Wednesday. Overall, 17 total updates are included in today’s update. Read More »
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.
Tuesday was a big day for Haverford School (Pa.). The Fords took over the No. 1 spot in the Nike/LM Top 25 and they posted their third win of the season over a MIAA program with a 14-9 win over Loyola-Blakefield. And with that victory, head coach John Nostrant earned his 400th career win. Plus,… Read More
The 2015 Major League Lacrosse Draft took place in Baltimore, Md. on Friday, Jan. 23 at the US Lacrosse National Convention and LaxRecords.com is looking at the players’ personal performances during their high school and college careers. TweetShare4ShareRedditEmail4 Shares