Parkside (Md.) head coach Jeremy Michalski earned the 200th win of his career with an 18-1 win over Wicomico (Md.) on May 2. First reported by Richard Pollitt at Delmarva Now, Michalski has been the Rams head coach since 2000. He has three conference championships, six region titles and one state championship (2005) in his career.
Nicky Solomon broke the tie for Georgia’s scoring lead with a four-goal, four-assist playoff performance Tuesday. The Centennial (Ga.) senior tallied eight points in a win over Etowah (Ga.) to give him 631 career points. That total is one behind Justin Anderson, who finished his career as the nation’s No. 2 career scorer.
Canyon Birch scored the 300th point of his career for Manasquan (N.J.) with an 11-point performance Tuesday. The junior scored nine goals and two assists to put him at 300 points in his three-year career. Birch has five games of at least 10 points this season, giving him a career-high 121 points.
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.
11: Canyon Birch, Manasquan (N.J.)
11: Ben Hull, Kennesaw Mountain (Ga.)
10: Will Baston, Haddonfield (N.J.)
10: Sean Beers, Gloucester Catholic (N.J.)
10: Sal Amaral, Taconic (N.J.)
10: Trevor Crawford, Pope Francis (Mass.)
10: AJ Van Voorhis, Hilliard Davidson (Ohio)
7: Dominic Lutz, General Brown (N.Y.)
100.00: Henry Reed, Shipley (Pa.)
93.75: Conor Calderone, Smithtown West (N.Y.)
90.00: Billy Kroeger, Ocean City (N.J.)
86.36: Harris Khawaja, North Brunswick (N.J.)
85.71: Hugo Spencer, Hanover Park (N.J.)
85.00: Tim Abbott, Morristown-Beard (N.J.)
84.21: Thomas Kelly, Mainland (N.J.)
81.82: Billy Germana, Egg Harbor (N.J.)
80.95: Tyler Kingsbury, Bishop Shanahan (Pa.)
80.77: Mike McShea, Radnor (Pa.)
80.00: Dane Armstrong, Pope John (N.J.)
80.00: James Parry, Rutgers Prep (N.J.)
78.95: Matt Brock, Perkiomen Valley (Pa.)
78.95: Dean Szatkowski, Notre Dame (N.J.)
78.57: Dean Weiss, Woodstown (N.J.)
76.00: Luke Roselli, Upper Dublin (Pa.)
72.22: PJ Hewitt, Conestoga (Pa.)
71.43: Sebastian Iakouchevitch, Johnson (N.J.)
71.43: Dylan Pape, West Islip (N.Y.)
70.59: Drew Chilson, Morristown (N.J.)
70.59: Dario Sirni, Wayne Hills (N.J.)
69.57: Hunter Cronk, Jefferson (N.J.)
66.67: Zach Stolz-Illge, Montville (N.J.)
66.67: Anthony Gash, Phillipsburg (N.J.)
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