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.
If you followed boys’ high school lacrosse in 2016 like I did, then the thought of this past season should leave you with a smile on your face. It was an exciting season, one in which a national record fell, several state records were broken and upsets determined state championships. Here’s a quick look at… Read More
A host of playoff performers highlight today’s Around the Crease weekly notebook, including a pair of players from Upper Dublin (Pa.), a 2018 Loyola commit from Shenendehowa (N.Y.), a Hofstra commit from Massapequa (N.Y.) and a Loveland (Ohio) senior who made 30 saves in a region championship game.
Upper Dublin (Pennsylvania) senior Michael Sowers needs just 14 points to tie Casey Powell’s 553 career points and 50 to become Pennsylvania’s all-time leader. Also today, Shepherd Hill (Massachusetts) sophomore Tristan Pietz has a big assist game and a pair of players from Maine earn spots on the Most Goals and Points lists.
Trevor Church from William Floyd (N.Y.) and Owen Zahradnik from Oyster Bay (N.Y.) led the way among known goal scorers for the early Wednesday edition of top performances. Also today, Michael Sowers creeps closer to Lyle Thompson on the all-time points list.
Today is a pretty big update with players from Weddington (N.C.) and Bellarmine Prep (Wash.) leading the goal-scoring charge. Upper Dublin (Pa.) senior Michael Sowers continues his stellar season by crossing the 500 point mark. Mannheim Township (Pa.) and Christ School (N.C.) both earn spots on the Most Goals in a Game list.
Today’s best known performers update has some usual suspects, Upper Dublin’s Michael Sowers, Gill St. Bernard’s Nick Cooper and Coronado’s Anthony DeMaio. In addition to them, players from Sachem East, Sachem North, Bay Shore and more earn spots after Wednesday’s games.
Gowanda Central (N.Y.) lead all known teams in goals while Curtis (N.Y.) senior Tyler Robertson led all known players in points on Monday. Also today, the usual Upper Dublin (Pa.) suspects do what they do best and a New Jersey goalie from Cinnaminson improves upon his 22 save game from last week.
Farmingdale (N.Y.) head coach Bob Hartranft joined the 700 club, becoming just the third known boy’s lacrosse coach to reach 700 total wins on April 8, 2016.