Syracuse commit, Logan Wisnauskas, posted one of his best games of the year in a 16-6 win over St. Paul’s (Maryland) in the regular season finale. Also today, Archbishop Carroll (Pennsylvania) senior, Brendan George, has his best game of the year and more.
Lenny Inamorato, Gabe Liebetreu and Nicky Solomon lead the LaxRecords.com morning update for the Best Known Lacrosse Performances. The West Babylon (N.Y.), Grand Haven (Mich.) and Centennial (Ga.) were the best known players who led nation in goals, saves and points respectively on Monday.
With a total of 12 points, Lourdes (N.Y.) Dillon Rispoli led all known scorers on Thursday. Also today, catching up a little bit, Coronado (Calif.) head coach Alex Cade entered 2016 as California’s all-time wins leader and has added a few to his total this season.
The Washington chapter of US Lacrosse released its state scoring leaders through April 6, 2016. Lacrosse has over 100 years of history in Washington state with clubs playing in the early 1900s and high schools now in their fourth decade of state competition.
Klahowya (Wash.) senior Joe Hawley tallied 10 points on six assists and four goals to lead today’s best known performance. Hawley is one of five players from Washington high school lacrosse programs included on today’s list.
It was a big weekend for goalies as five netminders earned a spot on the most saves in a single game list. Three of those goalies are from New Jersey as the Garden State got its season underway last week. In the total opposite of defense, Kamiak (Wash.) put itself on top of the most… Read More
A pair of Washington boys’ high school lacrosse players helped their teams to big victories on Friday, including taking part in a 25 goal explosion. TweetShareShareRedditEmail0 Shares