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
John Hayden won the 300th game of his career with Apex (N.C.) with a 17–3 victory over Garner (N.C.) on March 27.
Jonathan Wishon won the 100th game of his career when Allatoona (Ga.) defeated Sprayberry (Ga.) 14–1 on March 15.
Ben Rubeor won the 50th game of his career with Loyola-Blakefield (Md.) when the Dons defeated Bel Air (Md.) on March 23.
Connor Florich surpassed 200 career points this week. The Newsome (Fla.) senior now has 135 career goals and 67 assists in his career.
Blake Storey scored eight goals for Notre Dame Prep (Ariz.) in a 15–5 win over Desert Vista (Ariz.) on March 28. According to ArizonaLacrosseLeague.com, Storey now leads the stage with 32 goals.
Tony Floyd won 91 percent of his attempts for Coronado (Calif.) in a win over St. Ignatius Prep (Calif.) on March 17. Floyd won 10 of 11 opportunities.
Jacob Jarosz won 23 of 26 faceoffs and had 12 ground balls for Severn School (Md.) in a 17–9 win over Severna Park (Md.).
Peter Chabot led Rye (N.Y.) by winning 16 of 18 faceoffs and scored three goals and one assist.
Matt Brock won 80 percent of his faceoffs for Perkiomen Valley (Pa.) against Haverford High School (Pa.) on Thursday.
Michael Ott won 13 of 17 for Central Bucks East (Pa.) in a 9–4 win over Wilson (Pa.).
Matt Rueter won 73.33 percent of his opportunities for Holy Ghost Prep (Pa.) in a 17–5 win over Upper Moreland (Pa.). Rueter also scored two goals in the victory.
Mike McShea won 62 percent of his chances for Radnor (Pa.) against Downingtown East (Pa.).
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