Every year there is a multitude of players who reach career milestones and the 2018 boys high school lacrosse season proved to be special.
There were players who surpassed 400 and 500 career points in addition to hundreds of players who reached at least 200 and 300 points.
Below are all the players reported and sent to LaxRecords who reached at least 300 career points.
Over the next few days, lists of players who hit 300, 400, 500 and even 600 career points will be released as part of the 2017 wrap-up.
The LaxRecords.com Player of the Year and All-LaxRecords Teams will release starting July 16.
Canyon Birch scored the 300th point of his career for Manasquan (N.J.) with an 11-point performance on May 8. The junior scored nine goals and two assists against Freehold Township (N.J.) 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.
Quentin Buchman from Santa Margarita (Calif.) crossed the 300-point and 200-goal mark after a 73-point senior season. The Notre Dame commit finished his career with 304 points.
Anthony Caporuscio might only be a sophomore, but he’s already surpassed 300 career points. The Crestwood (Pa.) rising junior is coming off an 195-point season to give him 321 career points. He now has 205 goals and 116 assists.
Adam Clark completed his Loveland (Ohio) career with 331 points. The Cleveland State commit scored 221 goals and 110 assists in four seasons, averaging 4.14 points per game.
Jack Delligatti scored 77 points for Greensboro Day (N.C.) this season, pushing his career total to 365. The Richmond commit scored 53 goals this season, pushing him among the nation’s Top 100 for career goals with 247.
Landon (Md.) senior Joey Epstein was already Landon's all-time leading scorer heading into the season, but he is now the first player in program history to reach 300 career points. Epstein's 336 points places him at No. 8 all-time in Maryland history. The previous Landon scoring record was 219 points help by Pat Kenna and was set in 2011.
Mike Fiorentino scored 334 points in his New Hartford (N.Y.) career. The senior scored 191 goals and 143 assists in four seasons.
Brennen Fountain from First Academy (Fla.) surpassed 300 career points with a seven-point game against Merritt Island (Fla.) on April 13 to propel him past 300. The attackman now has 315 career points. His 111 points this season are a career high.
Colin Hall from Centennial (Ga.) 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 completed his career with 219 goals and 105 assists for a grand total of 324 points. He scored 103 points for the Knights this season.
Calvert Hall (Baltimore) senior Jacob Kelly finished his career with two MIAA A Conference titles and among Maryland's Top 10 scorers. The UNC commit scored 338 points in his career on the strength of 161 goals and 177 assists.
Connor Rogers from Hargrave Military Academy (Va.).Connor Rogers averaged 7.85 points per game in his career at Hargrave Military Academy (Va.). Rogers finished with 361 points on 202 goals and 159 assists.
Chase Scanlan wrapped up his career at IMG Academy (Fla.) after playing in New York at Silver Creek (N.Y.) and Gowanda Central (N.Y.). The future Loyola player scored 63 points in 18 games for the Ascenders to finish his career with at least 334 points. Scanlan’s point total is possibly incomplete as his freshman totals are missing. His 334 is just from his sophomore to senior seasons.
Ryan Siracusa from Centennial (Ga.) surpassed 300 career points with 76 goals and 36 assists this season. Siracusa looks to be next in line for the 400 club. He starts his senior year with 314 points through first 52 games. The Maryland commit has 194 career goals and 120 career assists. The junior made up a trio of Knights that have at least 300 career points*.
Bobby Solomon completed his W.T. Woodson (Va.) career with a 131-point season on the strength of 88 goals. Solomon’s season pushed him past 300 career points and 200 career goals. He finished his career with 337 career point and 245 goals.
Whit Stopak moved past 300 career points for Hoover (Ohio) this season. The senior had 310 points as of May 4. Stopak scored 171 goals and 139 assists in his career.
Joseph Stuber from Lexington Catholic (Ky.) surpassed 300 career points after a 99-point senior year. The attackman finished his career with 200 career goals and 147 assists.
Linganore (Md.) senior Jordan Swoyer became the Lancers all-time leading scorer and the first player in program history to reach 300 points. Swoyer scored 97 points this season (47 goals, 49 assists) to finish his career with 316.
Hunter Vines reached 300 career points while helping Chirst School (N.C.) to its second-consecutive NCISAA championship. The senior wrapped up his Greenies’ career with 312 points on the strength of 203 goals. Vines’ final seven goals of his high school career came in the NCISAA championship. That goal total places him at No. 12 all-time for scoring in North Carolina.
Griffin Westlin passed 300 career points with a 10-point outing on May 5 for Seton Hall Prep (N.J.). The senior was on fire in May, posting four consecutive games with at least 10 points. He has a career-high 108 points this season to give him 314 for his career.
*Editors Note: It's worth noting that I have yet to find a team that can boast three, 300-point scorers on its roster at the same time. There are a few occasions where two players have that career point total, but I have yet to find three. If you know of any, please drop me a line.
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