Jupiter (Fla.) Offense
The Warriors ousted Cardinal Mooney (Fla.) 14-13 in overtime to reach the FHSAA Final Four and move one step closer to repeating as state champions.
The combination of Miles Jones, Trevor Sousa, Max Sanderson, Tyler Douglass and Chris Radice combined for 12 of the team’s 14 goals. Radice scored the game-winning goal with 2:36 left in overtime to put the defending champs back into the Final Four.
Jones scored four goals and an assist, Sousa scored three goals while Sanderson and Douglass scored two goals and two assists each. Radice put two in the back of the net.
Player of the Week Honor Roll
Tommy Bloom, Sanford (Del.)
Bloom surpassed the known-and-reported marks for the most points and goals in Delaware history last week. The senior scored six goals and two assists in a 14-6 win over Tower Hill (Del.) to bring his career totals to 336 career points on 212 career goals. The previous records were 325 points and 202 goals by Andrew Pettit of Tower Hill.
Michael Fox, Western-Davie (Fla.)
Fox wrapped up his high school career as Florida’s all-time leading goal scorer - posting 317 career goals in four seasons. Fox, who is headed to the University of Florida, tallied 428 points, which places him fifth all-time in state history. Fox passed former St. Andrew’s (Fla.) star Matt Bellando for the goal record. Bellando’s 308 goals had been the most in the state since 2010.
Kevin Groeninger, St. Margaret’s Episcopal (Calif.)
Groeninger became the new all-time leading scorer in California history. The Bryant commit scored two goals and two assists against Newport Harbor (Calif.) to surpass Anthony DeMaio for the distinction. Groeninger has 197 assists and 196 goals in his career and with 393 career points, could become the first player in California history to join the 400 Club.
MJ McMahon, Cardinal Mooney (Fla.)
McMahon scored seven points against Barron Collier (Fla.) in a regional semifinal on Tuesday to eclipse the 400 point mark for his career. The Utah commit’s 400th point was his first goal of the night in a 15-5 win. McMahon had four assists and three goals on the night.
Brennan O’Neill, St. Anthony’s (N.Y.)
O'Neill scored three goals and an assist, which included the game-winning goal in overtime to lead the Friars to a 12-11 overtime victory over Haverford School (Pa.). O’Neill scored the 300th point of his career in the game.
Jason Wiliams & Colin Asper, Upper Dublin (Pa.)
Asper and Williams combined to score six goals in a 12-11 win over Academy New Church (Pa.) on May 2. The win was the Cardinals fourth-straight and snapped the six-game winning streak of the Lions. Academy New Church has wins over Conestoga (Pa.), and Manheim Township (Pa.) this season.
Drew Wasserman, Episcopal School of Dallas (Texas)
Wasserman led all scorers with five assists and two goals as the Eagles defeated defending Texas state champion The Woodlands (Texas) to advance to the state semifinals. Caden Dundon scored four goals in the 12-4 win.
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