Zachary Dinwiddie from Wando (S.C.) has made a verbal commitment to play Division II lacrosse with Belmont Abbey College.
It’s not too early to start looking at the Class of 2020 players expected to make an impact on the upcoming South Carolina boys lacrosse season.
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.
Canyon Birch from Manasquan (N.J.) broke a 17-year old record to become New Jersey’s all-time leading scorer and earn Player of the Week.
This week’s national notebook highlights Canyon Birch who became New Jersey’s all-time leading scorer. Also this week, the first champions of 2019 are crowned and a new 400 Club member.
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 looks at some of the results from the Brine King of Spring and other results from the region.
In this week’s Southeast Region report, Tanner Demling highlights Admiral Farragut and it’s impressive duo, along with other storylines from the week.
With three goals and one assist in a 10-9 win over Valor Christian (Colo.), Pure became the first player in Colorado history to score 400 points in a career. Among today’s Honorable Mentions are players from St. Anthony’s (N.Y.), Severn (Md.), Centennial (Ga.), Ward Melville (N.Y.), Gonzaga (D.C.), Manhasset (N.Y.), Wando (S.C.), Notre Dame Prep (Ariz.) and Penn Charter (Pa.).
Three-Peat Wando (Mt. Pleasant, S.C.) did something no boys’ lacrosse team from South Carolina has done before. With the 19–9 win over Nation Ford (S.C.) in the state championship game, the Warriors became the the boys program in state history to win three consecutive titles. “We are certainly proud of the tradition that we have… Read More