If you followed boys’ high school lacrosse in 2016 like I did, then the thought of this past season should leave you with a smile on your face. It was…
LaxRecords.com continues with its Looking Ahead series with its California 2017 Boys’ Lacrosse Preview. This is an early look at just some of the teams expected to compete for section championships and a few of the underclassmen who can make it a special season.
Under Armour, Inc. and Corrigan Sports Enterprises announced today the Under Armour Underclass Rosters for the South, West and Southwest regions at the 2016 Under Armour Underclass Lacrosse Tournament.
Over the next few weeks, LaxRecords will look back at the 2016 season with notes on what happened in championship games, notable milestones and any surprises or fun facts that occurred. July will kick off our first-ever Looking Ahead features with an in-depth look at underclassmen to watch, what milestones could be reached and the teams to watch in 2017.
Boonton (N.J.) junior Frank Rao dishes out eight assists to be among the best known boys’ lacrosse players from Wednesday. Also today, Anthony DeMaio continues to add to his career totals and Riley McNulty leads Broadneck (Md.) to victory.
Today’s best known performers update has some usual suspects, Upper Dublin’s Michael Sowers, Gill St. Bernard’s Nick Cooper and Coronado’s Anthony DeMaio. In addition to them, players from Sachem East, Sachem North, Bay Shore and more earn spots after Wednesday’s games.
While LaxRecords.com was started as a place to house the history of boys’ high school lacrosse, there are a lot of performances that do not make the lists. But those performances deserved to be highlighted. The Around the Crease weekly notebook will attempt to spotlight the top players and performances.
With a total of 12 points, Lourdes (N.Y.) Dillon Rispoli led all known scorers on Thursday. Also today, catching up a little bit, Coronado (Calif.) head coach Alex Cade entered 2016 as California’s all-time wins leader and has added a few to his total this season.
Coronado (Calif.) senior Anthony DeMaio is now the new best known California all-time scoring leader in California high school lacrosse history. The Boston University commit scored three goals and three assists against Scripps Ranch (San Diego, Calif.) on Tuesday to give him 328 for his career.
Coronado (Calif.) Senior Anthony DeMaio Puts Up 20 points over the span of two games last week and is approaching a milestone for his career. Also today, a Sierra Canyon (Calif.) junior totals 12 points and West Forsyth (Ga.) puts up its biggest goal total of the season.