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In the last week of March, which is crazy to think, we saw a lot of exciting lacrosse across the Southeast. There were big plays and performances, as well as games that pegged some of the best teams in their respective state against each other.
Hilton Head (S.C.) junior attackman Max Boyer has been tearing it up for the Seahawks. The attackman leads the team in scoring with 76 points (43g, 33a) on the season. Boyer has helped lead Hilton Head to a 7-5 record. Last week he helped lead them to three straight wins against Beaufort (S.C.), Bluffton (S.C.), and Flora (S.C.).
Boyer tallied seven points (5g, 3a) against Beaufort, eight points (5g, 3a) against Bluffton, and seven points (6g,1a) against Flora.
In the win against Flora, Boyer tied his season-high in goals scored and he matched his season-high in points against Bluffton.
Storyline of The Week
One of the biggest storylines across the South coming into the week was the big games that were happening in multiple states.
In Georgia, Lambert (Ga.) and Centennial (Ga.) squared off in a rivalry game and rematch of last year’s 6A/7A GHSA state semifinals. Lambert took care of Centennial with a dominating 12-5 win on the road. With the win, Lambert moves their winning streak to 34 which is the longest winning streak in the region.
In Florida, two powerhouses battled as Ponte Vedra (Fla.), and Jupiter (Fla.) squared off. Ponte Vedra was able to dominate Jupiter, securing the 11-2 road win. Patrick Dotsikas had three goals and one assist while Dylan Hess scored three and two in the win.
Meanwhile, in Kentucky, Trinity (Ky.) and St. Xavier (Ky.) renewed their rivalry on the lacrosse field in a rematch of the past few KSLL state championship games. It was more of a match between Trinity and St. Xavier with St. Xavier edging Trinity with a 10-9 victory.
Team of The Week
Christ School (N.C.) has enjoyed a lot of success this season, and that continued this past week.
The Greenies boast an 11-0 record with wins teams over as St. Anne’s-Belfield (Va.), Wando (S.C.) and Oceanside Collegiate (S.C.). This past week the Greenies earned three wins last week, pushing their winning streak to 18.
The Greenies are led by junior attackman and Loyola commit Davis Lindsey.
Despite losing 10-5 at home against Bullis (Md.), Oxbridge Academy (Fla.) senior goalie Christian Tomei had a stellar showing. The Ohio State commit made 17 saves in the Thunderwolves loss on Wednesday, including an insane save where Tomei dove across the crease to keep the ball out of the net.
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