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.
Summit (N.J.) head coach Jim Davidson won the 350th game of his career with a 14–1 win over Old Bridge (N.J.) on March 28.
Dave Earl won game number 50 for Severna Park (Md.) with a 16–4 victory over Chesapeake (Md.) on April 4.
13: Anthony Cacace scored 10 goals and had three assists for Steinert (N.J.) against Nottingham (N.J.).
11: Jon Boan totaled 11 points for May River (S.C.) in a 21–4 win over Islands (Ga.). Boan scored eight goals and three assists in the victory.
11: Harrison Ike scored six goals and five assists for Allentown Central Catholic (Pa.) against Nazareth (Pa.).
11: Max Popilizio had seven assists and four goals for Hendrick Hudson (N.Y.) in an 18–8 win over Arlington (N.Y.).
10: Senior Mac Bredahl scored 10 points for Chatham (N.J.) against Morristown (N.J.).
10: JD Nozemack scored five goals and five assists for Hereford (Md.) against Eastern (Md.).
10: Dilon Smith scored six assists and four goals for Lindenhurst (N.Y.) in a 19–2 win over Copiague (N.Y.).
90.91: Peter Chabot won 10 of 11 for Rye (N.Y.) in a 14–1 win over Lourdes (N.Y.). Chabot also scored two goals in the win.
88.89: Tyler Kingsbury won 16 of 18 for Bishop Shanahan (Pa.) in a 19–1 win over Oxford (Pa.).
85.71: Jackson Harvey went 18-for–21 for Arapahoe (Colo.) in a 9–8 win over Kent Denver (Colo.). Harvey is winning 71 percent of his faceoffs this season.
79.31: Quin Crowley won 23 of 29 for Pelham (N.Y.) in a 14–11 win over Bronxville (N.Y.).
76.92: Mike Madayag went 10 for 13 for Golden (Colo.) in a 7–4 win over Ralston Valley (Colo.).
75.00: May River’s Casey Simmons went 15 of 20 on his faceoffs in the win over Islands.
73.91: Luke Roselli went 17 of 23 for Upper Dublin (Pa.) in a 13–8 win over Academy of the New Church (Pa.).
71.43: Garrett Carney won 15 of 21 for Pleasantville (N.Y.) in a 13–5 win over Byram Hills (N.Y.).
63.64: James Reilly went 7 for 11 in an 11–4 Conestoga (Pa.) win over Harriton (Pa.).
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