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.
26: MICDS (Mo.) won 26–0
25: East Forsyth (N.C.) won 25–0
Jeffrey Conner scored the 300th point of his career for Strath Haven (Pa.) against Lower Merion (Pa.) on Tuesday. The senior scored five goals and three assists to put him at 302 career points. He is the 24th player known to have reached 300 career points in Pennsylvania history. Conner has 50 points through seven games this season.
10: Jack Bauer, Friends (Md.), 9 goals, 1 assist
9: Davis Schiller, Cranbrook (Mich.)
8: Jack Daly, Haverford High School (Pa.)
8: Cam Hancock, Sr., Mountain Vista (Colo.), 8 goals, 1 assist
7: Sammy Carter, Indian Creek (Md.)
7: Gage Bartosch, St. Edward’s (Fla.), 7 goals, 2 assists
7: Kyle Hatcher, New Hanover (N.C.)
7: Andrew Stillman, North County (Md.), 2 goals, 7 assists
100.00: Tanner Strub, Sr., Darien (Conn.), 12 for 12
100.00: Michael Ott, Central Bucks East (Pa.), 15 for 15
100.00: Matt Brock, So., Perkiomen Valley (Pa.), 14 for 14
83.33: Landon Nolta, Sr., Mountain Vista (Colo.), 15 of 18
78.57: Connor Dunay, Fr., Hereford (Md.), 11 of 14
77.78: Liam Rosato, Germantown Academy (Pa.), 14 for 18
75.00: Gavin Tygh, Jr., Penn Charter (Pa.), 9 of 12
75.00: Nate Hammond, Avon Grove (Pa.), 9 of 12
73.68: James Reilly, Sr., Conestoga (Pa.), 14 of 19
71.43: Matt Young, Haverford High School (Pa.), 10 of 14
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