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.
Add two more names to the likes of Zed Williams and Justin Anderson among the top boys’ high school lacrosse all-time scorers. Nathan Solomon from Centennial (Ga.) and Michael McCormack from Mount Greylock (Mass.) crossed the career 600-point mark this season to become the third and fourth known players to amass at least 600 career… Read More
Mount Greylock (Mass.) senior Michael McCormack got a little closer to becoming just the fourth-known player to reach at least 600 career points after a quarterfinal performance on Friday. He could become the second player this season to reach the impressive point total in his next game on Tuesday. TweetShareShareRedditEmail0 Shares
Mount Greylock (Mass.) attackman Michael McCormack entered the game against Westfield (Mass.) tied for the Massachusetts career record for most points with 577. TweetShare1ShareRedditEmail1 Shares
An Upstate New York athlete totaled nine assists in a game to become just the sixth known player this season to earn a spot on the Most Assists in a Game list. Also today, a Massachusetts senior totals his fifth double-digit game of the year and several players from the Northeast earn spots on our… Read More
A Massachusetts senior posts his fourth multi-point game of the year and adds to his impressive career total on Friday night. Additionally, a pair of Maryland teammates put their names on the Best Known Records list with impressive playoff performances. TweetShare1ShareRedditEmail1 Shares
Friday night was a busy night in the Mid-Atlantic region with a Massachusetts senior tying the season lead for Most Points in a Game and a pair of Maryland teammates putting up huge goal-scoring numbers in a rivalry game. TweetShareShareRedditEmail0 Shares