This week’s Northeast notebook features Tucker Garrity who became Newtown’s program leader, the region’s second-longest winning streak ending and news from New York and Connecticut.
Stu Pollard from St. Margaret’s Episcopal (Calif.) helped his team to two championships in one week and earn Player of the Week.
This week’s Mid-Atlantic notebook features a Pennsylvania coach earning his 500th win and two teams participating in a showcase event.
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.
This week’s Mid-Atlantic notebook features John Tucker moving back to the sideline to coach, big battles in Virginia and New Jersey and news from the region.
This week’s Mid-Atlantic notebook takes a look at the new national leader for faceoff wins, the possible No. 1 team in Virginia, undefeated teams in New Jersey, a fabulous freshman at Boys’ Latin and a record breaker in Ocean City.
The Mid-Atlantic featured a plethora of big games and results this week. This week’s notebook looks at a several teams with national rankings on the line, a Player of the Year candidate out for the season and Pennsylvania winning streak snapped a game stopped early and a coaching reaching a milestone victory.
Birch broke the best-known New Jersey record for the most points in a season after scoring 17 points in three games last week. Among this week’s Honorable Mentions are players from Malvern Prep (Pa.), Severna Park (Md.), Bishop Guertin (N.H.), Half Hollow Hills East (N.Y.) and Delbarton (N.J.).
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.
After last week’s round of upsets, the Week 4 Consensus Rankings features five new teams. Paul VI (Va.) gets the highest ranking after defeating Gonzaga (D.C.) last week, while Loyola-Blakefield (Md.) moves to No. 21. Other new teams include Upper Dublin (Pa.), Summit (N.J.) and Lincoln-Sudbury (Mass.).