It’s not like Black Monday in the NFL, but since the 2019 boys high school lacrosse season ended there has been a number of head coaching changes around the country.
Michigan wrapped up the midwest last week as Brother Rice and Forest Hills Central each took back the top spots in the state.
This weekend’s Midwest high school lacrosse notebook focuses on championship weekend in three states and the end of an era in Michigan.
Most of the Midwest Region wraps up this week with the Indiana, Illinois and Ohio championship games on Saturday. Michigan wraps up its season on June 8.
This week’s Midwest notebook highlights two Ohio players who are working their way up the best-known records. We also follow up on the Michigan and Ohio playoffs where blowouts have been commonplace.
The Midwest is heating up with teams preparing for playoff pushes and players setting program records. This week’s Midwest notebook highlights some of those teams and players.
This week’s Midwest notebook features Culver Academy hoisting its third-straight Midwest Lacrosse Challenge trophy, a feature on Mariemont, close calls and a power meeting between state powers.
Indian Hill has players climbing the national and state record books and several teams are streaking in this week’s Midwest Region notebook.
This week’s Midwest notebook features several meetings with state champions along with teams in Ohio, Kansas and Wisconsin playing well.
A list of the best players’ faceoff percentage in boys’ high school lacrosse history. Players below won at least 80 percent with at least 200 attempts.