2019 All-LaxRecords Honors
2019 All-LaxRecords Third Team and Honorable Mentions
Tommy Bloom, Sr., Sanford (Del.), A
Bloom took over Delaware’s No. 1 spot for points, goals and assists among reported players this season. The Delaware commit scored 349 points, which put him ahead of Andrew Pettit (Tower Hill) for the top spot.
Eric Bua, Sr., Revere (Mass.), M/FO
But put together a complete career. The Franklin Pierce commit has the highest reported faceoff win percentage in state history (with at least 500 attempts) - winning 86.16 percent of his chances. Bua also completed his career with 404 points, which places him among Massachusetts Top 25 scorers of all-time.
Griffin Fries, Sr., Shawnee Mission East (Kan.), A
Fries leads all known-and-reported players in Kansas history with 371 points, 237 goals, and 134 assists. He helped the Lancers to its sixth state championship and averaged 4.42 points per game over his career.
Chandler Hake, Sr., York Catholic (Pa.), A
Hake finished his high school career No. 6 on Pennsylvania’s career goals list with 259. The Florida Tech commit earned York Area Offensive Player of the Year after scored 145 points and helping York Catholic to a 19-3 record. His 350 points place him 16th all-time in state history.
Garrett Meuninck, Jr., Starr’s Mill (Ga.), FO
Meuninck became Georgia’s all-time face-off wins leader this season with 764 career victories. Among reported players, he has the highest win percentage at 81.19 percent in state history.
Cade Newton, Sr., South Elgin (Ill.), A
Newton earned the top spot among Illinois’ all-time goal scorers after amassing 252 in his career. He is second among known players for points (390) and assists (138) behind AJ Fish (Grayslake North).
Van Parker, Sr., Broughton (N.C.), A
Parker’s 279 goals are second in state history behind Owen Caputo’s (Middle Creek) 298. He completed his high school career among the state’s Top 10 scorers of all time with 382.
Angelo Petrakis, Sr., Massapequa (N.Y.), FO
Petrakis won 82.55 percent of his faceoff attempts over the course of his high school career. The Cornell commit won 804 of his 974 attempts, which places him third among reported players in New York history.
Henry Scherb, Sr., New Trier (Ill.), A
The senior finished his career with 223 career points, placing him among Illinois’ Top 10 reported scorers of all time. He scored 98 points as a senior, leading the Trevians to the state championship.
Alex Slusher, Sr., Oregon Episcopal (Ore.), A
Among reported players in state history, Slusher is No. 2 for the most points in a career with 335. The Princeton commit wrapped his career with 217 goals and 118 assists, which also places him second in those categories.
Cole Schmitt, Sr., Prosper (Texas), A
Schmitt became the Lone Star State’s leader in points (397) and goals (260) this season. The attackman passed Nakeie Montgomery (Episcopal School of Dallas) for the goals lead and toppled Max Skibber (Episcopal Houston) for the points mark that was set in 2012.
Connor Shellenberger, Sr., St. Anne’s-Belfield (Va.), A
Shellenberger racked up 65 goals and 35 assists in 16 games this season and became the only player in St. Anne’s-Belfield history to score 100 points in a season twice. Shellenberger averaged 6.25 points per game as a senior and is a three-time US Lacrosse All-American in addition to being named an Under Armour All-American.
Seiver Utsey, Sr., Louisville Male (Ky.), A/M
Utsey completed his high school career atop Kentucky’s goals and assist leaders, surpassing Joseph Stubbier (Lexington Catholic) as the state’s known-and-reported leader. His 308 points place him 3rd all-time.
Chase Baker, Sr., Eureka (Mo.), A
Brooks Baro, Jr., McIntosh (Ga.), A
Michael Boehm, Jr., St. Ignatius (Ohio), A
Joe Cansfield, Sr., Delaware Valley (N.J.), A
Jared Cassel, Sr., Goshen (N.Y.), A
Thomas Colucci, Sr., Seton Hall Prep (N.J.), FO
Declan Connolly, Sr., James Robinson (Va.), A
Mike Doyle, Sr., Mars Area (Pa.), A
Matt Fermo, Sr., Caldwell (N.J.), FO
Aiden Glover, Sr., Brunswick (Maine), A
Evan James, Sr., Dublin Coffman (Ohio), A
Max Kane, Sr., South Forsyth (Ga.), M
Tyler Kingsbury, Sr., Bishop Shanahan (Pa.), FO
CJ LaBreck, Sr., Thornton Academy (Maine), M
Wyatt Malia, Crestwood (Pa.), A
Daniel Maltz, Sr., Riverside (Va.), A
Preston Meehl, Sr., Cape Fear Academy (N.C.), M
Thomas Niedringhaus, Sr., MICDS (Mo.), A
Eric Pacheco, Sr., Valor Christian (Colo.), FO
Zack Pacheco, Sr., Marist (Ga.), M
Kevin Ritter, Sr., Wakefield (N.C.), A
Robert Schain, Sr., Bullis (Md.), A
Joey Spallina, Fr., Mt. Sinai (N.Y.), A
Brendan Sigurdson, Sr., Archbishop Moeller (Ohio), A
Christian Tomei, Sr., Oxbridge Academy (Fla.), G
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