Today's Stylax Stat Leaders features a first for Minnesota and it's coaching category, career goal mark by Adam Ritter, an impressive stat lines from Nicky Solomon and Paul Gilva.
With three goals against Devon Prep (Pa.), Adam Ritter scored the 200th goal of his Archbishop Carroll (Pa.) career on May 11. The High Point commit has 31 goals and 36 points this season. He is the 14th player in state history to reach 200 career goals. He has 350 career points (200 goals, 150 assists).
Nicky Solomon scored 12 points in an Elite 8 win Friday night to become the nation’s No. 2 leading scorer. The Centennial (Ga.) senior has 643 career points heading into the state semifinal against Lambert (Ga.) on Wednesday.
Brother Rice (Ill.) senior Paul Gilva made two lists today in one impressive game. Gilva scored 11 points on seven goals and four assists against Kaneland (Ill.) on Saturday. He also went 19 for 23 (82 percent) on faceoffs in the game.
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.
Bloomington Jefferson (Minn.) head coach Scott Cater became the first boys' lacrosse coach in Minnesota history to reach 200 career wins with a 15-6 win over Minneapolis (Minn.) on May 11. Cater has coached the Jaguars since 1997.
James Corasanti recorded the 500th save of his Fordham Prep (N.Y.) career on May 11.
— FordhamPrepLacrosse (@fordhampreplax) May 11, 2018
13: Griffin Westlin, Seton Hall Prep (N.J.)
12: Aaron Hemler, Dayton (Ohio)
12: Jack Zenkert, Red Bank Catholic (N.J.)
12: Nicky Solomon, Centennial (Ga.)
11: Doug Chase, Hicksville (N.Y.)
11: Joey Ferrera, Brick Memorial (N.J.)
11: Paul Gilva, Brother Rice (Ill.)
10: Salvatore Lentine, Hunterdon Central (N.J.)
8: J.J. Tolentino, Middle Creek (N.C.)
26: Freeman Whitaker, Oakwood (Ohio)
26: Harrison Clark, Lower Cape May (N.J.)
100.00: Mike Kinsel, St. Rose (N.J.)
91.67: Nate Hammond, Avon Grove (Pa.)
91.67: Merrick Willeford, Winston Churchill (Md.)
91.67: Matthew Angelo, Westfield (N.J.)
85.71: Nick Vallone, Cinnaminson (N.J.)
82.61: Paul Gilva, Brother Rice (Ill.)
80.00: Matt Rueter, Holy Ghost Prep (Pa.)
80.00: Will Spencer, Red Bank Regional (N.J.)
78.57: Tyler Kingsbury, Bishop Shanahan (Pa.)
78.57: Dario Sirni, Wayne Hills (N.J.)
78.57: Hugo Spencer, Hanover Park (N.J.)
77.78: Dylan Auerbach, St. Joseph Montvale (N.J.)
76.92: JT Holt, Cinnaminson (N.J.)
76.47: Deano Johnson, Cheyenne Mountain (Colo.)
76.47: Jason Heeley, Paint Branch (Md.)
73.91: Kyle Harms, Red Bank Catholic (N.J.)
73.68: Nick Matthews, Kinnelon (N.J.)
72.22: Keaton Young, Aspen (Colo.)
70.59: Zach Cole, Lenape (N.J.)
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