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Most Points in a Game

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Who are the players who have scored the most points in a game during their high school lacrosse career?

It seems to happen every few years. A player's combination of talent, conditions, opponent and a little bit of luck come together for the performance of a lifetime. All the players on this list* played lights-out for at least one game during their high school career - while some players are on this list a couple of times.

The list below is the known individual performance for the most points scored in a single game. To be included on this list, player's had to score at least nine goals.

*based on players reported to LaxRecords.com

Submit a Performance: Player | Coach | Team

Game Minimums: 7 goals; 7 assists; 10 points; 25 saves; 65% faceoffs won (min. 15 taken)
Season Minimums: 70 goals; 40 assists; 90 points; 250 saves; 65% faceoffs
Career Minimums: 100 goals, 100 assists, 200 points, 65% faceoffs (min. 600)
Team Minimums: 15 Consecutive Wins; 25 Goals Scored; 4 Overtimes

RPts.PlayerYr.High SchoolOpponentSt.DateYearGA
121Jimmy LewisUniondale (Uniondale)NY19611110
219Jeff BensonTowson (Towson)Lansdowne (Lansdowne)MDApr-141973514
319Harris StolzenbergJr.Pine Crest (Ft. Lauderdale)Taravella (Fla.)FLApr-42012136
419Chris WestonSr.Cave Spring (Va.)William Fleming (Va.)VAMar-172016127
519Cole SmithSr.East Lansing (Mich.)Swartz Creek (Mich.)MIApr-182016181
618Nick IannuzziJr.Henry FordWarren CousinoMIApr-282016162
718Casey MannesPortage Central (Portage)Kalamazoo United (Mich.)MIApr-122011810
818Cam PeritzCathedral (Mass.)East Longmeadow (Mass.)MAMay-112015108
918Alexander Sprague-GetsySr.Johnson City (N.Y.)Chenango Valley (New York)NYApr-252016612
1017Mike KeelerByram Hills (New York)NY1981413
1117Tom NelsonYorktown (New York)NY1982
1217David StaffordMattawanKalamazoo UnitedMIApr-23201398
1317Ryan McNamaraEastview (Apple Valley Minn.)Eagan (Minn.)MNJun-52013125
1417Colin TheisenMonroe St. Mary Catholic CentralWhitmore LakeMIMay-42015152
1517Cam PeritzJr.Pope Francis (Mass.)Nashoba Valley Tech (Mass.)MAMay-312016125
1617Justin SwickSr.Easton (Pa.)Phillipsburg (N.J.)PAMay-92016611
1717Nick CooperJr.Gill St. Bernard's (Gladstone)Edison (N.J.)NJApr-52016107
1817Nick CooperJr.Gill St. Bernard's (Gladstone)Edison (N.J.)NJMay-14201698
1917Mikey BerkmanJr.West Orange (Winter Garden)Timber Creek (Orlando)FLFeb-152017611
2017Eric MaleverSo.Woodward Academy (College Park)Druid Hills (Ga.)GAMar-232018107
2116Jack VendittiBaldwinsville (New York)NY2007412
2216Zack GrusellPortage Central (Mich.)Kalamazoo UnitedMIApr-122011106
2316Connor FieldsBishop Timon-St. Jude (Buffalo)Cranbrook (Bloomfield Hills)NYApr-112014106
2416Michael SowersUpper Dublin (Ft. Washington)Springfield-Montco (Springfield)PAApr-92014313
2516Nathan SolomonJr.Centennial (Roswell)Druid Hills (Georgia)GAFeb-202014412
2616Nick CooperJr.Gill St. Bernard's (Gladstone)Parsippany Hills (N.J.)NJApr-20201688
2716Nick RobertsJr.Perryville (Perryville)Kent County (Worton)MDApr-252016133
2816Nicky SolomonSo.Centennial (Roswell)Christ School (N.C.)GAApr-15201688
2916Nicky SolomonJr.Centennial (Roswell)Roswell (Ga.)GAMay-11201779
3016Dylan DayJr.Tecumseh (Mich.)Bedford (Mich.)MIMay-24201779
3115Bruce CorbridgeGarden City (N.Y.)Levittown (N.Y.)NYApr-231963115
3215Brian DubucNiagara-Wheatfiled (Wheatfield)NY1994
3315David PucciaImmaculate Heart Central (Watertown, New York)NYJun-201998105
3415Jim LavelleHamburg (New York)NY1998
3515Mike PowellCarthage (New York)NY2000
3615Matt MessinaSayville (New York)NY2004312
3715Nick LococoCicero-North Syracuse (New York)NY2005
3815David PynchonCanton (New York)NY2008
3915Mike LyonsEast Islip (New York)NY2008
4015Desmond ScanlonGreat Neck North (New York)NY2013312
4115Michael McCormackSr.Mount Greylock (Mass.)St. Bernard's (Mass.)MAJun-52015510
4215Nathan SolomonSr.Centennial (Roswell)West Forsyth (Ga.)GAFeb-282015105
4315Nicky SolomonFr.Centennial (Roswell)Fellowship Christian (Ga.)GAFeb-232015411
4415Cam PeritzJr.Pope Francis (Mass.)Monument Mountain (Mass.)MAMay-24201696
4515Cam PeritzJr.Pope Francis (Mass.)West Springfield (Mass.)MAMay-12201678
4615Cam PeritzJr.Pope Francis (Mass.)McCann Tech (Mass.)MAMay-22016105
4715Jack RyanJr.Mystic Valley (Mass.)Revere (Mass.)MAApr-292016123
4815Nick CooperJr.Gill St. Bernard's (Gladstone)North Brunswick (N.J.)NJMay-12201669
4915Nick CooperJr.Gill St. Bernard's (Gladstone)Parsippany Hills (N.J.)NJApr-12201687
5015Nicky SolomonSo.Centennial (Roswell)North Forsyth (Ga.)GAApr-22201687
5115Nicky SolomonSo.Centennial (Roswell)Matanzas (Fla.)GAApr-22016510
5215Brian WilesJr.Pope Francis (Chicopee)West Springfield (Mass.)MAApr-182017114
5315Jared MorganBowie (Md.)C.H. Flowers (Md.)MDMay-13201787
5415Nicky SolomonJr.Centennial (Roswell)Dunwoody (Ga.)GAMar-7201787
5515Shane FordJr.Blue Ridge (St. George)Fork Union (Va.)VAApr-42017510
5615Zac CarriganSr.Linsly (Wheeling)Fairmont Senior (Fairmont)WVMar-232017123
5715Dan VazquezSr.Chicopee (Mass.)St. Mary (Mass.)MAMay-22201778
5815Jon FantSr.Colonial Forge (Stafford)James River (Va.)VAMay-312017510
5915Nicky SolomonSr.Centennial (Roswell)Parkview (Ga.)GAFeb-17201869
6015Tanner PriceSo.Trinity Christian (Ga.)Darlington (Ga.)GAMar-22018105
6115Ben HullSo.Kennesaw Mountain (Ga.)South Cobb (Ga.)GAMar-62018510
6215Jacob HintermaierFr.Mount de Sales Academy (Ga.)Grace Brethren (Calif.)GAMar-162018114
6315Wyatt RockettSo.ThunderRidge (Colo.)Bear Creek (Colo.)COApr-22018105
6415Tanner PriceSo.Trinity Christian (Ga.)Brookwood (Ga.)GAApr-13201869
6515Kevin RitterJr.Wakefield (N.C.)Rolesville (N.C.)NCApr-13201887
6615Colton RuddSouth Forsyth (Ga.)Alpharetta (Ga.)GAMar-27201878
6715Sean FagenJr.North Reading (Mass.)Danvers (Mass.)MAApr-21201878
6815Jack EarleySr.Box Elder (Utah)Syracuse (Utah)UTApr-172018114

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