Mount Greylock (Mass.) senior Michael McCormack got a little closer to becoming just the fourth-known player to reach at least 600 career points after a quarterfinal performance on Friday. He could become the second player this season to reach the impressive point total in his next game on Tuesday.
The Massachusetts lacrosse senior would join Zed Williams, Justin Anderson and Nathan Solomon as the only players to surpass 600 career points. Williams is the only known player to reach 700 career points.
As boys’ high school lacrosse players, teams and coaches earn a spot, and are reported, on our 2015 Best Known Lacrosse Performances list, LaxRecords.com posts a daily recap acknowledging the performance.
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Game Individual Performances
Mount Greylock (Mass.) senior Michael McCormack tallied the second-highest point total of the year when he amassed 15 points in a 22-8 win over St. Bernard’s (Mass.) on Friday. McCormack had 10 assists and five goals in the quarterfinals of the Central-West Division III boy lacrosse tournament. The total brings McCormack just four points shy of 600 for his career, which would make him just the fourth known player in history to reach that mark. The senior has 353 career goals and 243 career assists. He has amassed 171 points this season.