This week’s high school lacrosse notebook features coaching changes around the country and some pros and cons of state sanctioning.
LaxRecords.com has compiled a list of the boy’s high school lacrosse players who wrapped up their careers in a new century club with at least 200 career points.
This week’s Mid-Atlantic notebook highlights more Maryland champions, a one-eyed goalie in Virginia, New Jersey’s nine seeds dominating and firsts in Maryland and Virginia.
It was a crazy week across the South as playoffs are in high-gear in some states and the regular season is winding down in others. We saw some craziness in both South Carolina and Florida over the past week as Florida finished the first round of the playoffs and state champions crowned in South Carolina.
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.
Tanner Demling’s Southeast Region notebook highlights the viral goal scored by Maryland commit Ryan Siracusa that was featured on Sportscenter.
In this week’s Southeast Region report, Tanner Demling highlights Admiral Farragut and it’s impressive duo, along with other storylines from the week.
After becoming just the fifth player in history to surpass 600 career points on May 28, Nicky Solomon scored 10 points against North Cobb (Ga.) to put him at 623 career points, which ties the Georgia state record.
Of the players I am aware of, there are several that appear likely to be the next members of the 400-point club. Additionally, there are three that might be longshots but have a chance this season.
This story has been updated to reflect the 2018 boys high school lacrosse season. To view the original story click here. The 400-Point Club is one of the more elite clubs in high school lacrosse. As of this writing in January 2018, only 75 players are known to have reached that plateau in the history… Read More