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Player of the Week
Trevor Patschorke, Severna Park (Md.)
Patschorke scored six goals as Severna Park defeated Severn (Md.) on April 13. The senior had two goals in a win over Archbishop Spalding (Md.) on April 11. That was two wins over MIAA A Conference opponents to lead the Falcons to an 8-0 record.
“The Severn game was huge for us because we hadn’t beaten them in the last couple of years and my senior class has been beaten by them pretty bad the last two years. We knew this was our opportunity, so we came out fired up and got off to a hot start.”
For the year, the UMBC commit has 37 goals and five assists. Severna Park is the defending Public School Class 4A/3A champion.
The Falcons played both Severn and Spalding last season, but lost. Now, they have avenged those losses and are riding a 25-game winning streak, which is second-longest active streak in Maryland.
“This year everybody’s bought into what we’re doing. The effort in practice has picked up since last year and I think it’s always something when you lose to a team. And those are two rival high schools around here,” Patschorke said. “WE’ve been waiting for this opportunity to get a bit of revenge since last year.”
Prescott King, Episcopal Dallas (Texas)
King made 14 saves as the Eagles defeated Highland Park (Texas) 10-8 on April 13. The win kept the Eagles undefeated and kept alive a streak of 11-straight games in which ESD has not allowed more than nine goals in a game. King made four saves in the Eagles’ win over Skyline (Wash.) later in the week.
Ian Laviano, Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.)
Laviano scored four goals and had one assist against New Canaan (Conn.) in a 12-9 win. His fourth goal gave the Seahawks a 12-8 lead in the inter-state meeting of defending champions. He added nine more goals and three more assists later in the week. He had three goals against John Jay (N.Y.) on April 12 and six goals and three assists against Huntington (N.Y.) on April 15.
Logan McGovern, Darien (Conn.)
McGovern scored four goals as Darien defeated Manhasset (N.Y.) 12-8 on April 15. The attackman had four goals and three assists in the Blue Wave’s 23-5 win over Fairfield Ludlowe (Conn.) on April 12.
Asher Nolting, Cherry Creek (Colo.)
Nolting had six assists and one goal as the Bruins defeated Torrey Pines (Calif.) in a big inter-state matchup on April 12. The senior followed that up with a six-point game in a win over Columbine (Colo.) on April 15. Nolting has 53 points to lead the Bruins this season through eight games.
Brennan O’Neil, St. Anthony’s (N.Y.)
The freshman scored four goals as the Friars defeated Boys’ Latin (Md.) 12-9 on April 12. He scored three goals against Fairfield Prep (Conn.) on April 10.
Henry Savage, Cherry Creek (Colo.)
Savage had five goals and one assist in the Bruins 14-4 win over Torrey Pines (Calif.) on April 12. The junior followed that up with three goals in a 14-5 win over Columbine (Colo.) on April 15. Through the Bruins first eight games, Savage has 29 goals to lead the team.
Nicky Solomon, Centennial (Ga.)
Solomon scored 12 points for in a win over Martin Luther King (Ga.), becoming just the 70th-known player to reach 400 career points in the victory. Solomon is only the second player from Georgia to reach that mark – joining current Syracuse freshman and brother, Nathan Solomon. Nicky had eight assists and four goals in Friday’s win, giving him 114 points this season. For his career, he has 406 career points.
Kaleb Stroman, Legend (Colo.)
Stroman made 28 saves in a 12–7 win over Douglas County (Colo.) on April 14. The Denver commit allowed only four goals in 45 minutes. Stroman has made at least 20 saves in seven games this season, giving him 160 for the season. At this time, Stroman’s 28 saves is the most known and reported to LaxRecords.com in a single game in Colorado history.
2017 Players of the Week
|Feb. 12||Marc Galindo||Immokalee||FL|
|Honorable Mention: Jed Dalton, South Fork (Fla.); Brennen Fountain, The First Academy (Fla.); Matthew Keeler, Ponte Vedra (Fla.); Jack Phipps, Bolles (Fla.)|
|Feb. 19||Reid Smith||Ponte Vedra||FL|
|Honorable Mention: Mikey Berkman, West Orange (Fla.); Jacob Hicks, Oak Hall (Fla.); Matthew Keeler, Ponte Vedra (Fla.); Zack Pacheco, Marist (Ga.); Trent Parker, South Fork (Fla.); Nicky Solomon, Centennial (Ga.)|
|Feb. 26||Oliver Alpert||St. Andrew's||FL|
|Honorable Mention: Brad Baker, Tampa Jesuit (Fla.); Joey Guglielmo, St. Thomas Aquinas (Fla.); Matt Adams, St. Andrew's (Fla.); Chris Ryan, Monte Vista-Danville (Cailf.); Evan Vogel, Buchholz (Fla.); Payton St. Geme, St. Ignatius Prep (Calif.)|
|March 6||Alex Walker||Lambert||GA|
|Honorable Mention: Brad Baker, Tampa Jesuit (Fla.); Jack Goller, Marin Catholic (Calif.); Preston Lalicker, Apex (N.C.); Blake Lecky, Lake Norman (N.C.); Eric Overbay, Lambert (Ga.); Wyatt Peek, Mill Creek (Ga.); Peter Salit, Johns Creek (Ga.); Wyatt Schupler, Ponte Vedra (Fla.); Marty Shargel, Agoura (Calif.)|
|March 13||Kadin Kightlinger||Bishop O'Connell||VA|
|Honorable Mention: Matt Adams, St. Andrew's (Fla.); Jackson Lamb, Oak Hall (Fla.); Mason O'Hanlon, Loyola-Los Angeles (Calif.); Carson Sorrells, Allatoona (Ga.); Alderik van der Heyde, Torrey Pines (Calif.); Sean Voelkel, Chapel Hill (N.C.); Tim Vanderlinde, Creekside (Fla.)|
|March 20||Reed Babcock||Regis Jesuit||CO|
|Honorable Mention: Payton St. Geme, St. Ignatius Prep (Calif.); Tyler Hancock, Vail Mountain (Colo.); Jackson Harvey, Arapahoe (Colo.); Ian Krampf, St. Mary's (Md.); Jake Larkin, Green Hope (N.C.); Cory Lund, El Segundo (Calif.); Alex Rode, St. Paul's (Md.); Luke Shilling, Boys' Latin (Md.); Lex Voelker, Ardrey Kell (N.C.)|
|March 27||Clay Welch||Ponte Vedra||FL|
|Honorable Mention: Tyler Bradbury, Oak Park (Calif.); Jared Halverson, Jordan (Durham, N.C.); Gunner Kerig, Maurice J. McDonough (Md.); Logan Posner, St. Paul’s (Md.); Tommy Sopko, Conestoga (Pa.); Taylor Strough, Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.); Alex Trippi, Bullis (Md.); Jack Traynor, Malvern Prep (Pa.)|
|April 3||Alex Trippi||Bullis||MD|
|Honorable Mention: Eric Cecere, Centennial (Ga.); Kevin Crowley, St. Thomas Aquinas (Fla.); Jonathan Huber, St. Anthony's (N.Y.); Matt Rueter, Holy Ghost Prep (Pa.); Tom Sopko, Conestoga (Pa.); Evan Trizonis, Garnet Valley (Pa.)|
|April 10||TJ Malone||Haverford School||PA|
|Honorable Mention: Brett Baskin, La Salle College (Pa.); Mike Clibanoff, La Salle College (Pa.); Joey Epstein, Landon (Md.); Kevin Lindley, Darien (Conn.); Kyle Long, Springfield-Delco (Pa.); Jack Parr, McDonogh (Md.); Regan Quinn, Chaminade (N.Y.); Will Ramos, Nyack (N.Y.); Jackson Rieger, John Jay (N.Y.)|
|April 17||Trevor Patschorke||Severna Park||MD|
|Honorable Mention: Prescott King, Episcopal Dallas (Texas); Ian Laviano, Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.); Dalton Lucas, Riverhead (N.Y.); Logan McGovern, Darien (Conn.); Asher Nolting, Cherry Creek (Colo.); Brennan O'Neil, St. Anthony's (N.Y.); Henry Savage, Cherry Creek (Colo.); Nicky Solomon, Centennial (Ga.); Kaleb Stroman, Legend (Colo.)|
|April 24||Bryn Evans||St. Ignatius Prep||CA|
|Honorable Mention: Aleric Fyock, St. Mary's (Md.); Michael Hubbard, Lake Mary (Fla.); Brendan Curry, Calvert Hall (Md.); David Madril, St. Thomas Aquinas (Fla.); Carson Marano, Penn Charter (Pa.); Bryce Mumpower, Lake Mary (Fla.); Jack Ortolano, North Gwinnett (Ga.); Jack Phillips, Lake Highland Prep (Fla.); Keaton Roarick, Old Saybrook (Conn.)|
|May 1||Kevin Crowley||St. Thomas Aquinas||FL|
|Honorable Mention: Jacob Buttermore, Garnet Valley (Pa.); Joe Covino, Fair Lawn (N.J.); Jake Glatz, Boys' Latin (Md.); Cole Grant, Watertown IHS (N.Y.); Jacob Kelly, Calvert Hall (Md.); Logan Mitchell, Wando (S.C.); Jack Parr, McDonogh (Md.); Dom Pryor, Ward Melville (N.Y.); Jake Taylor, Regis Jesuit (Colo.); Sam Weis, Wando (S.C.)|
|May 8||Kevin Lindley||Darien||CT|
|Honorable Mention: JP Basile, Garden City (N.Y.); Ben DeBlauw, Southern (Md.); Peter Garno, Haverford School (Pa.); Austin Hudson, Gilman (Md.); Patrick Kavanagh, Chaminade (N.Y.); Logan Posner, St. Paul's (Md.); Owen Seebold, Highland Park (Texas); Donovan Welsh, Fayetteville-Manlius (N.Y.)|
|May 15||Justin Shockey||Landon||MD|
|Honorable Mention: Ryan Bannon, Hopkinton (Mass.); Hayden Frey, Lincoln-Sudbury (Mass.); Jacob Kelly, Calvert Hall (Md.); John Kiracofe, St. John’s (D.C.); Kyle Laforge, Tyngsborough (Mass.); Luke Millican, Dallas Jesuit (Texas); Evan Sibson, Absegami (N.J.)|
|May 22||Lance Tillman||Valor Christian||CO|
|Honorable Mention: Owen Caputo, Middle Creek (N.C.); Joey Cinque, Christ School (N.C.); Parker MacLean, La Costa Canyon (Calif.); Ryder Mora, Loyola-Los Angeles (Calif.); Nolan Moon, Lassiter (Ga.); Trevor Patschorke, Severna Park (Md.); Jordan Swoyer, Linganore (Md.); Joe Theuer, Loyola-Los Angeles (Calif.); Joe Wolf, Allentown Central Catholic (Pa.)|
|May 29||Logan McGovern||Darien||CT|
|Honorable Mention: JT Bugliosi, Calvert Hall (Md.); Brendan Curry, Calvert Hall (Md.); Ben DeBlauw, Southern (Md.); Greg Gatto, Ridgefield (Conn.); Nico Ipeker, Montgomery (N.J.); Jacob Kelly, Calvert Hall (Md.); Liam Powderly, McDonogh (Md.)|
|June 5||Ryan Brown||Central Bucks East||PA|
|Honorable Mention: Jamie Atkinson, Garden City (N.Y.); Harry Berg, Conestoga (Pa.); Brendan Harman, Avon Grove (Pa.); Eddie Munoz, Ward Melville (N.Y.); Tehoka Nanticoke, IMG Academy (Fla.); T Ridgeway, Georgetown Prep (Md.); Andrew Robbins, Ramapo (N.J.); Tom Schelling, Delbarton (N.J.); Taylor Strough, Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.); Dylan Watson, Hill Academy (Canada)|
|June 12||Matt Grillo||Ward Melville||NY|
|Honorable Mention: Zach Augustine, Avon Grove (Pa.); Colin Crowley, Delbarton (N.J.); Cameron Gould, Brother Rice (Mich.); Frankie Labetti, Moorestown (N.J.); Kyle Long, Springfield-Delco (Pa.); Kevin Lindley, Darien (Conn.); Jackson Miller, Woodson (Va.); Ryan O’Connell, New Canaan (Conn.); Taylor Strough, Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.); Jack Sutherland, Lincoln-Sudbury (Mass.)|