Danny McMinn from Briar Woods (Va.) became the program’s all-time leading scorer on Saturday. The senior entered the year with 211 points on 135 assists and 76 goals. The previous program record was 234 points which was held by Cole Pearsall (Class of 2017).
Cullen Robinette from Durango (Colo.) scored 11 points on eight goals and three assists in a win over Prairie View (Colo.) to make him the first player in program history to have 100 career goals and 100 career assists. He needs 33 points to set the program scoring record, which is held by his older brother Kyle. Robinette has 50 points through five games.
11: Cullen Robinette, Durango (Colo.), 8g, 3a
10: Garrett Nilsen, St. Mary's (Md.), 5g, 5a
10: Cullen Robinette, Durango (Colo.), 7g, 3a
10: Mike Harmeyer, Severna Park (Md.), 10g, 0a
10: Luke Campbell, Spring Mills (W.V.), 8g, 2a
10: Luke Walstrum, Council Rock North (Pa.), 6g, 4a
10: Jackson Birtwistle, Radnor (Pa.), 6g, 4a
8: Trent Akulschin, Peninsula (Wash.), 0g, 8a
93.75: Javon Felix, Nyack (N.Y.), 15-16
93.33: Andrew Greenspan, Scarsdale (N.Y.), 14-15
92.31: Macon Sumner, Hoggard (N.C.), 24-26
90.48: Wyatt Rumpf, Kennedy (N.Y.), 19-21
88.24: Riley Blackburn, South Mecklenburg (N.C.), 15-17
82.61: Dane Crowley, Pelham (N.Y.), 19-23
81.25: Connor Taff, Durham Jordan (N.C.), 13-16
81.25: Luke D'Alonzo, Lower Merion (Pa.), 13-16
80.95: Deano Johnson, Cheyenne Mountain (Colo.), 17-21
80.00: Jason Heeley, Paint Branch (Md.), 16-20
78.95: Drew Elder, Lake Norman (N.C.), 15-19
78.95: Aiden Bullock, Douglas County (Colo.), 15-19
75.00: Brett Reynolds, Chapel Hill (N.C.), 21-28
75.00: Tyler Kingsbury, Bishop Shanahan (Pa.), 12-16
73.68: Ryan Matsinger, Penncrest (Pa.), 14-19
72.22: Brady Beard, Spring Mills (W.V.), 13-18
70.83: Patrick Cullen, Radnor (Pa.), 17-24
70.00: Jake Spaniak, Baynard Rustin (Pa.), 14-20
69.23: Jacob Smith, Briarcrest Christian (Tenn.), 18-26
68.18: William Wagner, Alpharetta (Ga.), 15-22
66.67: Stewart Walter, Wake Forest (N.C.), 12-18
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