Rather than wait until the end of the 2018 boys’ high school lacrosse season to unveil the Player of the Year and All-LaxRecords.com team, I am publishing a weekly tracker to keep up-to-date with the players currently under consideration.
Matthew Graziano is already in the Top 25 all-time in New Jersey for points, but the Utah commit should climb into the Top 10 by season’s end.
Morris Catholic High School (Denville, N.J.) is seeking a highly motivated and passionate individual to lead our boys lacrosse program.
Among today’s Stylax Stat Leader update, Cam Peritz reaches 500 career points, becoming the sixth player in state history to reach that mark. Also today, Dan Vazquez scores 15 and Daniel Clendenny surpasses 200 saves for the year. Read More »
Among today’s 28 updates to the Stylax Stat Leader, Durham Academy (N.C.) head coach Jon Lantzy wins the 100th game of his career, a St. John’s (D.C.) goalie helps his team to its first championship and more. Read More »
Hakan Atillasoy scored eight goals, including the game-tying goal for Unionville (Pa.) to lead today’s Stylax Stat Leaders update. Overall, there are 12 updates coming from high school boys’ lacrosse games on Saturday, April 22. Read More »
Morris Catholic (N.J.) junior Matthew Graziano continues his stellar sophomore season in which he has five games of at least 10 points in a game. Also today, a pari of players from Vernon-Verona-Sherrill (N.Y.) earn spots on the Best Known Performances list, including a goalie who made more than 30 saves.
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.
Gill St. Bernard’s Junior Nick Cooper Leads Tuesday performers with his best performance of the early season. Also today, a Severna Park (Md.) player posts his second straight seven-goal game, a Morris Catholic (N.J.) sophomore posts his third double-digit game of the year, and more.
Jakob Vandeventer from Monroe (Wash.) led all known scorers from action on Wednesday, April 6. Also in today’s recap, Mountain Vista (Colo.) junior Jake Frane scored seven and Doug Goldsmith from Shore (N.J.) led all players in assists.