Congratulations to the high school lacrosse Class of 2020. This is part one of a four-part series to highlight your career achievements.
The following is a list of the high school lacrosse players who were underclassmen in 2019 and among the leading returning scorers for the 2020 season.
LaxRecords.com has compiled a list of the boy’s high school lacrosse players in the Class of 2020 who wrapped up their junior years in a new century club with at least 200 career points.
Believe it or not, last week was the final week in the regular season for both Florida and South Carolina. The rest of the South still has a few weeks to go before playoff time hits. Even though we are at the back end of the season, there are great games and performances all around.
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.
Tanner Demling’s Southeast Region notebook highlights the viral goal scored by Maryland commit Ryan Siracusa that was featured on Sportscenter.
Today’s 2019 High School Stat Leader update features Macon Sumner from Hoggard (N.C.) who led all faceoff men, Cullen Robinette from Durango who led Colorado and 14 more players.
Teams did not waste time getting their seasons cranked to 11, despite being in the first week of some of their seasons. Around the nation, there were plenty of meetings between inter-state and intra-state powers, including Florida and Georgia. This week’s notebook looks at some of the players and teams off to a hot start towards the end of winter.
Among today’s top performances is Michigan commit Ben Hull’s career night, Brian Theiss winning his 200th game and players from California, North Carolina, Arizona and Texas all making the 2019 High School Stat Leaders.
Today’s update is highlighted by Moises Ramirez from Immokalee (Fla.) and Guy Bistrow from Providence School (Fla.). The Florida players led all known and reported scores fro March 7, 2018.