Justin Coppola, Garden City (N.Y.)
Coppola won 15-of-19 faceoffs to help Garden City control the ball and defeat St. Ignatius (Calif.) 14-3 last week. The Villanova commit also had one assist in the victory.
Coppola won 14 of 17 against Shoreham-Wading River (N.Y.) two days later to help the Trojans to a 12-5 win.
Garden City has now won 20-consecutive games after a 10-0 start. The defending Class B champions also have wins over Smithtown West (N.Y.), Salesianum (Del.) and Massapequa (N.Y.).
Player of the Week Honor Roll
Dylan Frankhouser, Jupiter (Fla.)
Frankhouser was the key to the Jupiter district playoff and championship wins vs Dwyer (Fla.) and The Benjamin School (Fla.). In the District semifinal, Dylan went 9-for-9 with four ground balls, one goal, and two assists. In the District Championship game against The Benjamin School, Dylan was 16-for-17 with 11 ground balls. Jupiter won the District Championship game and is now playingQuarterfinalsnal quarterfinals.
Jamie Grant, St. Paul’s (Md.)
Grant helped St. Paul’s to a 14-11 win over Gilman (Md.) in a crucial conference meeting by making 14 saves. Seven of those saves came in the first quarter. The win helped the Crusaders improve to 5-1 in the conference, which is tied for second with St. Mary’s (Md.).
Jacob Jones, St. Augustine (Fla.)
Jones had an impressive week in helping lead St. Augustine to the District 7 championship. In the championship game, the senior went 15-for-16 at the faceoff against Father Lopez (Fla.). For the week he went 31-for-33 with nine goals and two assists.
Sal Miccio, Northport (N.Y.)
Miccio scored four goals to help Northport pull a 7-5 upset win over Ward Melville (N.Y.). The senior scored with three minutes left in the second quarter to give the Tigers a 4-2 lead at halftime, then scored as part of a 3-0 run in the second half to extend the lead.
Jake Naso, St. Anthony’s (N.Y.)
Naso won 21 of 25 faceoffs in a 13-10 win over St. Ignatius (Calif.) to start his week.
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