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It was an exciting week as several players topped the 11-point and eight goals marks this week. Also, another long winning streak came to an end and teams on the West Coast put up big goal numbers.
Which teams, players and coaches had the best statistical week? Stat Stars of the Week is a recap of the Top 3 known players and Teams in boys’ high school lacrosse for the week.
1. Jack Morelock from Providence (N.C.) totaled 13 points by scoring 11 goals and dishing out two assists against Butler (N.C.) on March 17. Morelock is now in second place for the most known goals scored in a game this season.
2t. El Segundo (Calif.) junior Cory Lund had quite the week. Lund posted back-to-back 12-point game against Redondo Union (Calif.) on March 23 and against Valencia (Calif.) on March 21. Lund dished out seven assists and scored five goals in the Eagles 16-12 win over Redondo Union. Against Valencia, Lund had six goals and six assists in a 15-12 win. According to MaxLaxLA.com, Lund has 32 points in his last three games.
2t. Sierra Canyon (Calif.) junior Miles Rosberg totaled 12 points against Redondo Union (Calif.) on March 18. Rosberg scored eight goals and had four assists to help the Trailblazers to a 19-9 win over Sea Hawks.
2t. Senior Elliot Carleton scored a career-high eight goals to lead Vashon Island (Wash.) to an 18 – 2 boys high school lacrosse win o1ver South Kitsap (Wash.) on March 19. With nine points including an assist, the attackman now has 14 points in two games.
2t. Ty Heuer scored a season-high eight goals as Stanwood (Wash.) defeated Friday Harbor (Wash.) 29 – 1 on March 22. The junior attackman finished the night with 11 points including three assists as the Spartans built an 11 – 0 lead in the first quarter then added another six in the second for a 17 – 0 half-time advantage. He was among 10 Spartans to find the net.
1. Brandon Carlin tallied seven assists for East Meadow (N.Y.) in a 13-9 win over Division (N.Y.). Carlin finished with eight points in the win.
2. Greenville (S.C.) senior Wilson Nickles earned his second spot on the Most Saves in a Game this season. Nickles recorded 21 saves against Montgomery Bell Academy (Tenn.) on March 20. Nickels made 21 saves against Mauldin (S.C.) on March 1. Nickles is approaching 500 career saves. In 39 career games he has 453 saves.
Wando (S.C.) continues to push the nation’s longest winning streak. The Warriors have now won 29 straight games. That streak will be tested this week as they have games against undefeated Lambert (Ga.) and Delaware power Salesianum (Del.).
Victor (N.Y.) pushed its winning streak to 23 games with a 16-6 win over Corning (N.Y.) on March 22. The Blue Devils have not lost since June 4, 2014.
Cherry Creek (Colo.) entered the list with a 2-0 start to their season. The Bruins now have a 15 game winning streak dating back to April 9, 2015.
Christian Brothers (Tenn.) ended the 20 game winning streak of New Orleans Jesuit (La.) with a 9-8 win on March 23. The Bluejays started this season 11-0 after winning their final nine games of last season.
Breyer Burford and Glenelg (Md.) ended a Howard’s (Md.) 19-game winning streak by with a 7-6 double-overtime victory. Burford scored two goals, including the game-winner in overtime. Howard went 19-0 last season en route to the Maryland Class 4A/3A state championship. It was the first loss to a Howard County opponent since 2013 for the Lions. Source.
1t. West Forsyth (Ga.) earned its second appearance on the Most Goals in a Game list with a 29 goal game on Friday, March 25. The Wolverines improved to 7-4 this season with a 29-5 win over North Forsyth (Ga.).
1t. Stanwood (Wash.) tied for second this season with a 29 goal game on March 22. The Spartans defeated Friday Harbor (Wash.) 29-1 on Tuesday for their second win of the season.
2. Westlake (Calif.) won their third straight game with a 28-2 win over Calabasas (Calif.) on March 23. The Warriors are one of seven teams this season to score at least 28 goals in a game this season.
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