This week’s Mid-Atlantic notebook features a trio of Pennsylvania teams streaking, an upset in the MIAA, a new leader in Delaware and more.
Justin Coppola from Garden City (N.Y.) helped the Trojans to two impressive victories, including a win over a California power to earn Player of the Week. Eight players earn Honor Roll status.
Highlighting just some of today’s more than 50 player updates is a milestone victory from Bishop Shanahan (Pa.) head coach Jon Heisman. Included in today’s update are the latest players are the latest additions to the season and career leaders. New faceoff men have been added to the season list as well.
Today’s Stylax Stat Leaders features a few days worth of additions to the site in addition to a listing of the latest career records, including Danny McMinn setting a program record.
The playoffs are in full-swing across the country and star players are coming up big in the last few days. Here are just a couple of the highlights from today’s additions to the Stylax Stat Leaders.
The past month has seen several players reach milestones and today’s Stylax Stat Leaders is no different as two players reach career marks. Among today’s highlight performances is a perfect night for a Shipley (Pa.) faceoff man, Nicky Solomon breaks Georgia’s career mark and Canyon Birch reach earns a spot in the 300 Club.
Over the last few days, there have been numerous players with career and game performances. As a result, today’s Stylax Stat leaders is a combination of performances from the weekend and Monday, May 7.
After becoming just the fifth player in history to surpass 600 career points on May 28, Nicky Solomon scored 10 points against North Cobb (Ga.) to put him at 623 career points, which ties the Georgia state record.
Today’s Stylax Stat Leader features a career performance by Kyle Long and several performances by players from Seton Hall Prep (N.J.) and more.
It’s another week of four new teams entering the rankings this week. Half Hollow Hills East (N.Y.) makes its first appearance in the rankings, jumping all the way to No. 8.