Today I'm catching up on a few days worth of Stylax Stat Leaders and while this is a big update, here are a few highlights from the last three days.
Colton Rudd scored 15 points for South Forsyth (Ga.) in a March 27 win over Alpharetta (Ga.). Rudd scored eight assists and seven goals in the victory.
Matthew McGannon scored 14 points on 12 goals and two assists for Shawnee Mission East (Kan.) in one game against Blue Valley North (Kan.).
Matt Palazzi from Mountain Lakes (N.J.) won 18 of 23 in an upset win over Don Bosco Prep (N.J.). Palazzi lost two of his first three faceoffs, then won 17 of the next 20 to help his team to victory.
Jack Gregory from St. Peter’s Prep (N.J.) won 29 of 34 faceoffs against Morristown (N.J.).
@CCHSCougarLax beat Carrboro 20-5 on the road last night! Thompson-9 PTs (7G/2A)+Bohmer-8PTs (7G/1A) led team. Daniels (2G/1A), Nedrich (1G/1A), Broom, Beebe, and Mayeux also scored! Tuttle had 4As! #Allin. @CCHSCougarsDen @CCHSCougarNews @LaxRecords @SCSportsReport @ILPreps
— CCHS Men's Lacrosse (@CCHSCougarLax) April 21, 2018
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.
25: Southwest Christian (Minn.)
106: Moises Ramirez, Immokalee (Fla.)
Aidan Callahan from Green Hope (N.C.) became the first player in program history to surpass 300 career points last week.
— Green Hope Lacrosse (@GHLacrosse) April 23, 2018
Brooks Baro broke the McIntosh (Ga.) program record for the most points in a season last week. The sophomore has 49 assists to surpass the previous record of 48 eld by Tyler Price. Through April 16, Baro has 104 points, which puts him past 200 for his career.
15: Colton Rudd, South Forsyth (Ga.)
14: Matthew McGannon, Shawnee Mission East (Kan.)
11: Jared Heller, Brimmer and May (Mass.)
10: Joe Carrozza, West Chester East (Pa.)
10: Trevor Crawford, Pope Francis (Mass.)
10: Jace Conley, OL St. Mary’s (Mich.)
10 : Kyle Sokol, Queensbury (N.Y.)
10: Ian Prezwodek, Jefferson (N.J.)
10: Ethan Shaw, Passaic Valley (N.J.)
10: David Mattia, West Windsor-Plainsboro South (N.J.)
10: Matt Ciotti, Vernon-Verona Sherrill (N.Y.)
10: Josh Hameline, Whitesboro (N.Y.)
8: Vincent Basile , Homer (N.Y.)
7: Vincent Cartelli, Somers (N.Y.)
8: Thomas Bragg, Cazenovia (N.Y.)
7: Bradley Thompson, Charlotte Catholic (N.C.)
7: Matthew Bohmer, Charlotte Catholic (N.C.)
7: Matt Marker, Allentown Central Catholic (Pa.)
7: Tyler Allcroft, Northhampton (Mass.)
7: Ben Walek, Parsippany Hills (N.J.)
7: Timothy O'Hern, Wall (N.J.)
7: Andrew Branson, Cape Henry Collegiate (Va.)
7: Connor Hopkins, Woodstown (N.J.)
8: Davis Moshier, Millburn (N.J.)
7: Matthew Cappello, Jefferson (N.J.)
7: Michael Cardinali, St. Joseph Metuchen (N.J.)
26: Harry Sykes, Utica Proctor (N.Y.)
100.00: Luke Roselli, Upper Dublin (Pa.)
100.00: Trevor Barber, Donovan Catholic (N.J.)
95.65: Michael Sisselberger, Southern Lehigh (Pa.)
94.74: Jason Heeley, Paint Branch (Md.)
93.75: Conor Halpin, Cranford (N.J.)
93.33: Dario Sirni, Wayne Hills (N.J.)
93.33: Dario Sirni, Wayne Hills (N.J.)
92.86: John Dugenio, Bridgewater-Raritan (N.J.)
92.59: Kollin Vaught, Central York (Pa.)
92.31: Aaron Ahr, North Brunswick (N.J.)
91.67: Zac Broomall, Springfield-Delco (Pa.)
90.00: Jake Krefetz, Pennsbury (Pa.)
89.47: Merrick Willeford, Winston Churchill (Md.)
88.24: Michael Ott, Central Bucks East (Pa.)
87.50: Nico Mattia, Queensbury (N.Y.)
87.50: Ryan Kellett, Wall (N.J.)
86.67: Hugo Spencer, Hanover Park (N.J.)
85.71: Angelo DeSalvo, Park Ridge (N.J.)
85.71: Mike Kinsel, St. Rose (N.J.)
85.29: Jack Gregory, St. Peter's Prep (N.J.)
84.62: Matt Rueter, Holy Ghost Prep (Pa.)
84.62: Conor Calderone, Smithtown West (N.Y.)
83.33: Kyle Mueller, Brick Memorial (N.J.)
80.95: Ben Ries, Phillipsburg (N.J.)
78.26: Matt Palazzi, Mountain Lakes (N.J.)
76.92: Gavin Tygh, Penn Charter (Pa.)
76.92: Jake Spaniak, West Chester Rustin (Pa.)
76.47: Jamie Zusi, Pingry (N.J.)
75.00: Ryan Hamburger, West Essex (N.J.)
75.00: Luke Rios, Cherry Creek (Colo.)
75.00: David Graham, Chatfield (Colo.)
73.33: Jason Heeley, Paint Branch (Md.)
72.41: Hunter Cronk, Jefferson (N.J.)
72.22: Dylan Pape, West Islip (N.Y.)
72.00: Matt Fermo, Caldwell (N.J.)
71.43: Zach Grassi, Washington Township (N.J.)
70.59: Andrea Fiorenza, Oratory (N.J.)
70.00: Claude Mitchell, Mount Olive (N.J.)
70.00: Matt Unger, Pequannock (N.J.)
68.75: Jake Spaniak, West Chester Rustin (Pa.)
68.75: Dan Tempone, Holmdel (N.J.)
68.42: Sebastian Lakouchevitch, Johnson (N.J.)
66.67: PJ Hewitt, Conestoga (Pa.)
66.67: Mike McShea, Radnor (Pa.)
66.67: Jacob Jarosz, Severn (Md.)
66.67: Matt Rueter, Holy Ghost Prep (Pa.)
65.22: Marco Fusari, Livingston (N.J.)
65.22: Joe Kassal, Regis Jesuit (Colo.)
65.22: Garrett Parker, Richard Montgomery (Md.)
65.00: Liam Rosato, Germantown Academy (Pa.)
65.00: Nikhil Ramakrishna, West Windsor-Plainsboro South (N.J.)
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