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.
Logan Santos from St. Paul’s (Md.) earns Player of the Week after joining the 300 Club last week. Ten players from five states earn Honorable Mention.
This week’s national notebook profiles a Florida player who doctors though was paralyzed, a pair of Georgia players who reached milestones, a Florida player tying one of the state’s best and a look at some familiar names on the USA Today Preseason All-America team.
The 2019 season record for most points in a game was tied by Tanner Price from Trinity Christian (Ga.) on Thursday.
Tanner Demling’s Southeast Region notebook highlights the viral goal scored by Maryland commit Ryan Siracusa that was featured on Sportscenter.
Friday’s High School Stat Leader update features a 13-point performance from a Georiga senior, a Florida faceoff man dominating and an Alabama sophomore leading the way. Twelve players total are featured today.
Among today’s High School Stat Leader update, Eric Malever from Woodward Academy (Ga.) gets closer to becoming Georgia’s third-leading scorer.
Today’s highlights include Centennial (Ga.) scoring at least 29 goals in a game for the third-straight game, teams from Georgia and Tennessee putting their names on the Most Overtimes list and a trio of players in the Southeast earning spots on the Most Goals in a Game list. Read More >>
At the conclusion of the 2017 boys’ high school lacrosse season, LaxRecords.com will name its first-ever Player of the Year. The following categories are taken into consideration: the player is among the state or county leaders in any statistical category (defenseman and face-off specialists included); strength of team’s schedule; performance in both regular and postseason games.… Read More