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.
Among today’s Stylax Stat Leader update is Old Saybrook (Conn) junior goalie Keaton Roarick who set the state record for most saves in a career. Also today, Meadville (Pa.) sets the season record for most goals in a game. Read More »
Under Armour announced the 2016 Under Armour Underclass Lacrosse Tournament roster that will make up the Upstate New York boys team this July. The Underclass Tournament is part of the Under Armour All-America weekend, which features 88 of the nation’s best high school senior boys and girls facing off July 2 at Towson’s Johnny Unitas Stadium.
This week’s Around the Crease weekly notebook highlights junior Nick Cooper’s hot start, Bullis’ Nicky Petkevich’s big game, Marcellus’ junior goal Dan Cusick’s hot streak along with taking a look at Gowanda Central (N.Y.) and Corona Del Mar’s face off game.
Marcellus (N.Y.) junior Dan Cusick posted his third-straight game of at least 20 saves on Tuesday. Also in today’s Best Known Lacrosse Performances roundup, players from Santa Margarita (Calif.), North Paulding (Ga.), Horseheads (N.Y.), Corona Del Mar (Calif.), Jamesville-Dewitt (N.Y.), North Kitsap (Wash.) and more are highlighted.
UNC Commit and Centennial (Ga.) Nicky Solomon had another stellar night against Matanzas (Fla.) to lead all known scorers on Monday. Also today, Archbishop Carroll (Pa.) sophomore Adam Ritter scored double-digits in goals and players from Georgia, Florida and New Jersey earn spots on the Most Points in a Game list.
Mannheim Township (Pa.) attackman Sean Curcio topped today’s Best Known Lacrosse Performances in a 19-1 win. Also in today’s Daily Best Known Performances, Carlos Clavijo gets closer to the Florida state record and several players tally 10 goals and 20 saves in a game.
In a massive update today, a New York head coach wins his 300th career game, players from the Southeast have been added to our Season Leaders list and several players from New York and New Jersey put up big numbers in Thursday night games. TweetShare1SharePinEmail1 Shares