Player of the Week
Gavyn Pure, Dawson School (Colo.)
With three goals and one assist in a 10-9 win over Valor Christian (Colo.), Pure became the first player in Colorado history to score 400 points in a career.
The senior is two goals and three assists away from becoming the state’s all-time leader in all three scoring categories.
Pure entered the 2018 season as Colorado’s all-time scoring leader, surpassing Chad Kruezer from Monarch (Colo.) at the end of his junior year.
The attackman has been steady throughout his career, averaging 6.04 points per game. He has averaged 112 points per season.
With two goals he will pass Wilkins Dismuke as the all-time leader. Dismuke scored 226 goals in his career at Rock Canyon (Colo.). Michael Christman is the current assist leader. The former Monarch start tallied 188 assists from 2005 to 2007.
Jake Bonomi, St. Anthony's (N.Y.)
Bonomi scored six goals in a 12–8 win over Chaminade (N.Y.). St. Anthony’s came back from a 4–0 hole to defeat the No. 4 team in the nation. He followed that up with three goals and one assist in an 11–4 win over Fairfield Prep (Conn.) on Saturday.
Dylan Gergar, Severn (Md.)
Dylan Gergar tallied three goals and three assists in an 8–7 win over Boys’ Latin (Md.). It was the first time Severn defeated Boys’ Latin since 2002. He scored three more against Calvert Hall (Md.) later in the week.
Colin Hall, Centennial (Ga.)
Hall scored four goals and two assists in a win over Louisville Trinity (Ky.) to reach 300 career points. The senior also surpassed 200 career goals and 100 career assists with his performance. Hall has 82 points this season.
Zach Hobbes, Ward Melville (N.Y.)
Hobbes scored four goals in The Patriots 10–2 win over Smithtown West (N.Y.). Hobbes has 18 goals and eight assists this season.
Jack Myers, Gonzaga (D.C.)
Myers scored five goals and dished out one assist in the Purple Eagles 11–8 win over St. John’s (D.C.) on Friday. The game was the first time Gonzaga and St. John’s have met since the Cadets snapped the Purple Eagles eight-time WCAC championship streak last year.
Riley Seay, Oceanside Collegiate (S.C.)
Seay scored eight goals as Oceanside defeated Greenville (S.C.) 15–5 in the Class 4A state championship game. Seay finished his career with 163 goals after scoring 65 this season.
Jack Shipman, Wando (S.C.)
Shipman scored five goals to help Wando defeat Dutch Fork (S.C.) 15–8 in the Class 4A state championship game. Shipman’s performance gave Wando its second consecutive 4A title and fourth-straight state championship.
Nicky Solomon, Centennial (Ga.)
It was a big week for the UNC commit, becoming just the fifth player in history to surpass 600 career points. Solomon scored seven goals and two assists in a win over Woodward Academy (Ga.) to secure the honor. He added four assists and three goals against Louisville Trinity (Ky.) to bring his total to 608. The senior needs 15 points to tie his brother Nathan for Georgia’s all-time scoring leader.
Blake Storey, Notre Dame Prep (Ariz.)
The senior scored six goals and one assist in a 16–8 semifinal victory over Desert Vista (Ariz.) on Friday.
Gavin Tygh, Penn Charter (Pa.)
The junior has been dominant at the X this season and he was up to the task in an 8–7 win over Episcopal Academy (Pa.) last week. Tygh won 89 percent of his chances (17 of 19) to help his team to victory.
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