Each day boys’ high school lacrosse players, teams, and coaches earn a spot on the 2018 Stylax Stat Leaders and LaxRecords.com posts a daily item acknowledging the achievement.
Minimums for game stats are: 7 goals; 7 assists; 10 points; 25 saves; 65 percent of faceoffs won
Minimums for season stats are: 70 goals; 40 assists; 90 points; 250 saves; 65 percent of faceoffs won
Team Minimums: 15 Consecutive Wins; 25 Goals Scored; 4 Overtimes
Brooks Baro totaled 12 points for McIntosh (Ga.) in a 17–8 win over East Cowet (Ga.) on March 26. The sophomore scored six goals and six assists in the win. Through 14 games this season, Baro has 89 points.
Jake Crane scored 10 points for Hanover Park (N.J.) against Parsippany (N.J.). The senior scored eight goals and had two assists.
Joey Ferrera scored 10 points for Brick Memorial (N.J.) against Donovan Catholic (N.J.) on Wednesday. The senior scored five goals and dished out five assists.
With a 10pt game @ferrara_joey sets the school record for points in a game. @BMHSBLAX tops @DonovanGriffins 17–10. More pics can been seen at: https://t.co/b2TCODMM7T @ShoreSportsNet @JSZ_Sports pic.twitter.com/TgwQLopDGV
— Richard O'Donnell Photography (@ImprintWeb) March 29, 2018
Justin Williams scored eight goals and two assists for Montverde Academy (Fla.) in a 21–4 win over Olympia (Fla.).
Matt Gallo dished out eight assists for Pequannock (N.J.) against West Milford (N.J.). The senior also scored one goal.
Daniel Brady made 25 saves for Notre Dame (N.J.) against Princeton (N.J.) on Wednesday.
James Reilly was a perfect 13-for–13 on faceoffs for Conestoga (Pa.) in an 8–3 loss to La Salle (Pa.).
Gavin Tygh from Penn Charter (Pa.) won 17 of 23 faceoffs against Lawrenceville (N.J.).
Ben Tishgart won 12 of 17 opportunities for Harriton (Pa.) in an 8–7 overtime win against Plymouth-Whitemarsh (Pa.).
Jake Krefetz won 66.67 percent of his faceoffs to help Pennsbury (Pa.) to an 8–6 win over Interboro (Pa.).
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