Among the top performances in boys’ high school lacrosse on Tuesday, Mountain Lakes head coach Tim Flynn became just the fifth coach to reach at least 600 career victories. In addition to that impressive feat, several goalies from The Garden State made at least 20 saves, a Georgia freshman finished his regular season in style and a pair from the Northeast put up big point totals.
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Mountain Lakes (N.J.) head coach Tim Flynn won his 600th career game with a 14-3 win over Montville (N.J.) on Tuesday. It was the Lakers’ 11th win of the season. Flynn started coaching Mountain Lakes in 1979 and is just the fifth coach to reach at least 600 career wins. Landon coach Rob Bordley won his 600th game this season. He also joins Bob Hartranft at Farmingdale (N.Y.), Mike Messere at West Genesee (N.Y.) and Joe Cuozzo from Ward Melville (N.Y.) and Mt. Sinai (N.Y.).
Thomas Cedric made 20 saves for Lawrence (N.J.) in an 8-6 win over George (Pa.).
West Windsor-Plainsboro North (N.J.) junior goalie Chris Kenkelen made 20 saves in a 12-11 win over West Windsor-Plainsboro South (N.J.).
Centennial (Ga.) freshman Nicky Solomon totaled 12 points on nine goals and three assists in a 19-11 win over Harrison (Ga.) on May 1. Solomon finished the regular season with 67 assists and 53 goals.
A pair of Lee (Mass.) athletes totaled 11 points in a 20-8 win over Hoosac Valley (Mass.) on Tuesday. Jake Parkinson scored eight goals and had three assists, while Connor Parkinson posted eight assists and three goals in victory.