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Bishop Verot (Fla.) scored the most points in Florida this season with a 25-goal performance on Tuesday.
12: Thomas Mencke, So., Highland Park (Texas)
11: Graham Bundy, Sr., MICDS (Mo.)
11: Eli Rosenberg, So., Lakeside (Ga.)
11: Matt Oswald, Sr., Pope (Ga.)
11: Mason Otto, Sr., Westfield (Ind.)
11: Jackson Price, So., Ardrey Kelly (N.C.)
11: Juette Renalds, Sr., New Covenant (Va.)
11: Sean Waterman, Sr., Mater Dei (Calif.)
11: Gunnar Wilson, Sr., Mauldin (S.C.)
10: Joe Connelly, Tahoma (Wash.)
10: Connor Harmon, Sr., Butler (N.C.)
10: William King, Jr., Flora (S.C.)
10: Dustin Marshall , Jr., Byrnes (S.C.)
10: Tommy Saueressig, Emerald Ridge (Wash.)
7: Nic Baker, So., Tates Creek (Ky.)
7: Ryan Chandler, So., Lutheran (Colo.)
7: Patrick McGraff, Sarasota Military Academy (Fla.)
7: Hutton Murdoch, Clayton (Mo.)
7: Ryan Cornell, Heritage (N.C.)
7: Cade Newton, Sr., South Elgin (Ill.)
100.00: Aiden Bullock, So., Douglas County (Colo.)
94.12: Tyler Gardner, Sr., Erie (Colo.)
90.48: Drew Elder, Jr., Lake Norman (N.C.)
88.89: Dawson Balmer, So., Rocky Mountain (Colo.)
88.89: Maxwell Williams, Jr., Spring Valley (S.C.)
88.24: Drew Elder, Jr., Lake Norman (N.C.)
88.24: Riley Bennett, So., Mount Pisgah Christian (Ga.)
87.50: Spencer Robicheaux, So., Savannah Christian (Ga.)
86.36: Clay Clements, Sr., Damien (Calif.)
85.71: Stuart Pollard, St. Margaret’s Episcopal (Calif.)
85.71: Cade Adamski, Sr., Bishop Sullivan (Va.)
84.00: Colin Seedorf, Sr., Trabuco Hills (Calif.)
82.61: Macon Sumner, Jr., Hoggard (N.C.)
82.35: Parker Hancock, Sr., Lake Minneola (Fla.)
81.25: Alex Noworol, So., South Elgin (Ill.)
80.00: Noah Ehinger, Sr., Laney (N.C.)
78.95: Byron Weber, Sr., Westfield (Ind.)
78.26: Carlos Ray, Sr., Evansville Harrison (Ind.)
76.47: Clay Clements, Sr., Damien (Calif.)
75.00: Lance Sell, St. Ignatius Prep (Calif.)
73.68: Michael Blakemore, Jr., Paul Laurence Dunbar (Ky.)
73.33: Aden Baldwin, Jr., Woodford County (Ky.)
71.43: Cameron Weeks, Jr., Oceanside Collegiate (S.C.)
70.59: Aden Baldwin, Jr., Woodford County (Ky.)
68.75: Henry Hancock, Jr., Vail Mountain (Colo.)
66.67: Tyler Draper, Fr., Fruita Monument (Colo.)
66.67: Cade Eldred, So., Shawnee Mission East (Mo.)
26: Anthony Arnoldo, Sr., Capistrano Valley (Calif.)
26: Avi Patel, Sr., Irmo (S.C.)
24: Cannon Cooper, Sr., Lakeside (Ga.)
24: Shane Friedman, Sr., Suncoast (Fla.)
24: Nolan Hayes, Sr., Grayson (Ga.)
24: Riley Graves, Jr., Englewood (Colo.)
23: John Mincey, Sr., Northern Durham (N.C.)
22: Andrew Joiner, Sr., Union Grove (Ga.)
20: Mac Bayless, Sr., Lakeland Christian (Fla.)
20: Bryson Miller, Sr., North Davidson (N.C.)
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