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.
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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 a big Illinois matchup between Loyola Academy (Ill.) at St. Viator (Ill.) along with an interstate matchup between Carmel (Ind.) at Olentangy Liberty (Ohio).
There were high school lacrosse games that took place in either a college football or college lacrosse stadium last week and highlight this week’s notebook.
St. Ignatius (Ohio) traveled West to face two of the better teams in the midwest and showed its strengths. Plus more in this week’s Midwest Region notebook. Plus, Brother Rice impresses again and Michael Ward lists his Players of the Game.
With the midwest cranking up in every state, there are several teams that started the year with impressive victories or went to the East Coast to challenge themselves.
Michael Ward looks at the players and teams to watch as the 2019 high school lacrosse season gets underway in the Midwest Region.
Gabe Goforth helped lead Bishop Shanahan (Pa.) to its first PIAA championship after 11 goals in the final two games of the year. Also included in today’s Honorable Mentions are players from Garden City (N.Y.), Islip (N.Y.), Ridgefield (Conn.), Stone Bridge (Va.), Oakton (Va.), South Portland (Maine), Ward Melville (N.Y.), Manheim Township (Pa.) and Detroit Catholic Central (Mich.).
Jacob Hintermaier from Mount de Sales Academy (Ga.) posts one of the biggest games of the year in today’s Stylax Stat Leader update. Also featured are players from programs Detroit Catholic Central (Mich.), Comstock Park (Mich.), Jenison (Mich.), Middle Creek (N.C.), Cardinal Mooney (Fla.) and Boone (Fla.).