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Most Saves in a Game

by Mike Loveday

The following is a list of the known most saves tallied by an individual player in a single boys’ high school lacrosse game.

LaxRecords.com is continuing its National Career Performances project. I am publishing an incomplete list now in hopes of participation from our readers. Records will be added as we receive them.

To submit a performance to the national records list, have the head coach or official team statistician contact Mike Loveday.

Career GoalsSeason GoalsGame GoalsConsecutive WinsMost Wins
Career AssistsSeason AssistsGame AssistsMost ChampionshipsMost Championships
Career PointsSeason PointsGame PointsOvertimesBy State
Career SavesSeason SavesGame SavesMost Goals
State Records
30 Minimum
RSPlayerYr.High SchoolOpponentStDateYear
154Mike HoltbyAuburn (New York)West Genesee (N.Y.)NY1985
250Jeff FaltiscoJamestown (New York)Frontier (New York)NYMay-72008
350Gerry MoreauClarkstown North (New York)NY1979
447Joe ColarussoYorktown (New York)NY1980
544Matt PietrofortePoly Prep (New York)NY2003
642Brian BruceGlen Cove (New York)NY1993
742Lew JanaveyLakeland (New York)NY1981
842Travis TunstallCinco Ranch (Katy, Texas)Klein Oak (Texas)TXJan-172005
941Lew JanaveyLakeland (New York)NY1981
1041Bob MiddendorfSyosset (New York)NY1983
1141Alex MuroKingston (New York)NY2002
1240Ian DobrzynskiJr.Ranney (N.J.)Red Bank Regional (N.J.)NJApr-92016
1340Matt PietrofortePoly Prep (New York)NY2004
1440David TallericoPeekskill (New York)NY2004
1539Charlie CiprianoHerricks (New York)NY2007
1639Jeff FaltiscoJamestown (New York)Williamsville North (New York)NYMar-272009
1738Christopher MulhollandSr.Jackson Liberty (N.J.)Bernegat (N.J.)NJApr-272016
1838Chuck ByrneNew Rochelle (New York)NY2002
1938Lew JanaveyLakeland (New York)NY1981
2038David TallericoPeekskill (New York)NY2004
2136Steve ButkaMsgr. Farrell (New York)NY2002
2236Mike CamadecoClarkstown North (New York)NY2006
2336Jeff FaltiscoJamestown (New York)Salmanca (New York)NYMay-212008
2436Danny MarksGlen Cove (New York)NY2003
2536Mike Matteo IIEastridge (New York)NY2004
2636Matt PietrofortePoly Prep (New York)NY2004
2736Tim SmithJr.Bishop Machebeuf (Denver)Jefferson Academy (Colo.)COMay-62017
2836Tim SmithJr.Bishop Machebeuf (Denver)Ponderosa (Colo.)COApr-72017
2935Brian ContonaWalt Whitman (New York)NY2003
3035Kailash RomanPelham (New York)NY2003
3135Grant OsterlundJr.Lewis Palmer (Monument)Thompson Valley (Colo.)COMar-162013
3234Marco OlorteguiAmerican Heritage-Delray (Boca Raton)Calvary Christian (Florida)FL
3334Matt BowenHorace Greeley (New York)NY1977
3434Charlie CiprianoHerricks (New York)NY2007
3534Frank MaurodisOceanside (New York)NY1975
3634Bentray ReedNottingham (New York)NY2008
3734Sal VastaCroton Harmon (New York)NY1979
3833Ryan AndrewsHauppauge (New York)NY2005
3933Chris BarberHamburg (New York)NY1987
4033Charlie CiprianoHerricks (New York)NY2006
4133Scott DantisHempstead (New York)NY1977
4233Mike RegnaNorth Shore (New York)NY1994
4333David TallericoPeekskill (New York)NY2005
4433Sal VastaCroton Harmon (New York)NY1979
4533Jim WardFarmingdale (New York)NY1969
4633Zach SheehanSo.Coe-Brown Northwood Academy (Northwood)Laconia (N.H.)NHApr-122017
4733Keaton RoarickSr.Old Saybrook (Conn.)Morgan (Conn.)CTApr-52018
4832Al CavalieriSr.Detroit Country Day (Beverly Hills)????MI2006
4932Joshua MurdySr.Moorestown Friends (N.J.)Northern Burlington (N.J.)NJApr-212016
5032Ron AylesLevittown Memorial (New York)NY1976
5132Charlie CiprianoHerricks (New York)NY2007
5232Nick DelbeneRoosevelt (New York)NY1999
5332Eric EverittStony Brook (New York)NY2004
5432Vinnie LawrenceKingston (New York)NY1998
5532Paul McNameeCalhoun (New York)NY1975
5632Al SimioneEast Islip (New York)NY2002
5732Troy SpongNorth Rockland (New York)NY1989
5832Bob ZingaroLincoln (New York)NY1980
5932Otto BohanWestern Reserve Academy (Columbus, Ohio)Brother Rice (Mich.)OHApr-122014
6032Keaton RoarickSr.Old Saybrook (Conn.)Morgan (Conn.)CTMay-12018
6131Noah BavolackWilliams School (Conn.)Forman (Conn.)CTMay-92016
6231Austin SkorbSr.Centennial (Ga.)Lovett (Ga.)GAMar-212015
6331Jacob SwitzerSr.Coe-Brown Northwood Academy (N.H.)Laconia (N.H.)NHMay-262016
6431Oriol BrullNew Rochelle (New York)NY2004
6531Charlie CiprianoHerricks (New York)NY2008
6631Mark DeMieriSeaford (New York)NY2003
6731Mark DeMieriSeaford (New York)NY1998
6831Jim EvansAllen Stevenson (New York)NY1977
6931Jeff FaltiscoJamestown (New York)Lake Shore (New York)NYMay-132008
7031Jeff FaltiscoJamestown (New York)North Tonawanda (New York)NYApr-292008
7131Lester FieldsRoosevelt (New York)NY2000
7231Matt HunterWantagh (New York)NY1999
7331Frank LibrettoSeaford (New York)NY1988
7431Danny LoftusSyosset (New York)NY2003
7531Shawn RandallFreeport (New York)NY1984
7631Jim WardFarmingdale (New York)NY1969
7731Jeremiah WilderBath Haverling (New York)NY2006
7831Pete ZogbyNew Hartford (New York)NY1988
7931Garrett HarringtonSr.Vernon-Verona-Sherrill (N.Y.)Holland Patent (N.Y.)NYApr-192016
8031Wilson NicklesJr.Greenville (S.C.)Lambert (Ga.)SCMar-72015
8131Jim WardL'Anse Creuse (Harrison Twp.)East Grand Rapids (Grand Rapids)MI1997
8231Greg BrisbaneSpringfield-Delco (Springfield)Haverford (Pa.)PA1976
8330Hunter StephansBloomfield Hills (Mich.)Birmingham (Mich.)MIMay-162012
8430Gabe LiebetreuJr.Grand Haven (Mich.)Mattawan (Mich.)MIApr-162016
8530Steve GigliottiCinnaminson (N.J.)Northern Burlington (N.J.)NJApr-112016
8630Brandon BaerLocust Valley (New York)NY2002
8730David CallahanSleepy Hollow (New York)NY1979
8830Eric EverittStony Brook (New York)NY2003
8930Eric EverittStony Brook (New York)NY2004
9030Jeff FaltiscoJamestown (New York)West Seneca West (New York)NYMay-52008
9130David TallericoPeekskill (New York)NY2004
9230David TallericoPeekskill (New York)NY2005
9330Marshal AmonSr.Loveland (Ohio)St. Xavier (Ohio)OHMay-272016
9430Hunter RiggsJr.Liberty (Bethlehem)Easton (Pa.)PAMar-302017
9530Wuilber RomeroJr.Newark East Side (Newark)Pompton Lakes (N.J.)NJMay-152017
9630Nolan HayesJr.Grayson (Ga.)Johns Creek (Ga.)GAFeb-132018

Extra Info

Keep tabs on all the best known high school boys’ lacrosse performances that are added each day with the daily Best Known Lacrosse Performances list. Each day as players, teams, and coaches earn a spot on the overall list, LaxRecords.com posts a daily item acknowledging the achievement.

What I Do

LaxRecords.com aims to compile the best-known records in high school lacrosse. Among the lists are the most career wins by a high school lacrosse coach. Also included are most career points, goals, assists and saves by a high school lacrosse player. Team performances for most state-sanctioned championships and consecutive wins are also tracked.

Some records are incomplete. I solicit help from the lacrosse community to fill the missing gaps. If there is a performance or player missing, please email me at mloveday@laxrecords.com or send me a Tweet at @LaxRecords.

According to US Lacrosse, lacrosse is the fastest-growing sport in the nation. Just under 300,000 players competed on varsity, junior varsity, freshman and club teams. According to the National Federation of State High School Associations, from 2009 to 2014, a total of 551 schools added boys’ programs, resulting in a growth rate of 27.8 percent for boys’ lacrosse. US Lacrosse produces a participation report annually since 2001, and over that time span, the number of players has grown 204 percent, from 253,901 to 772,772. This survey counts only play on organized teams, and does not count leisure-time play of the sport.

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