After almost a week of games, it is no surprise that today’s High School Stat Leader update is massive.
A huge update today as 136 entries are made in the 2019 High School Stat Leaders. Tanner Pohl from The First Academy (Fla.) and Nick Whittall from Murrieta Mesa (Calif.) leads the way with 14 points each in the last week. There are three faceoff men who went perfect from the X and Bill Bernal from Pennington has two entries of 27 saves.
Players in Colorado and Virginia set program records on Saturday. They are among 33 players in today’s High School Stat Leaders update.
Today’s Stylax Stat Leader highlights contain some impressive performances in crucial games, including games that could decide playoff seeding down the road.
Mikey Berkman from West Orange (Fla.) took over the No. 1 spot on Florida’s all-time scoring list last night to highlight today’s Stylax Stat Leaders. Also among today’s 36 entries are a pair of Georgia sophomores putting up double-digits.
Adam Ritter from Archbishop Carroll (Pa.) became the 24th player in Pennsylvania history to reach 300 career points last night. While his performance highlights today’s Stylax Stat Leaders, faceoffs continue to dominate. Today also features players from Colorado, Maine, Maryland New Jersey and New York among the top players in points, goals and assists.
Among today’s 17 updates to the Stylax Stat Leaders, Bishop Machebeuf junior goalie, Tim Smith made 36 saves in the win over Jefferson Academy, which ties the current season lead currently held by himself. Also today, a Player of the Year candidate has a big game and two coaches earn landmark wins. Read More »
When the 2017 boys’ high school lacrosse season begins, so will several head lacrosse coaches hunt for new win milestones. I have compiled the coaches that are close to a new century mark, as well as coaches that are close to getting halfway to a new century total. These are the coaches that are known, if… Read More
Under Armour announced the 2016 Under Armour Underclass Lacrosse Tournament roster that will make up the Philadelphia 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.