A duo from Trabuco Hills (Calif.) leads today’s 2019 High School Stat Leader update. California has the point and faceoff leaders for today’s update that includes 16 players and seven states.
Three players from South Carolina put up impressive numbers in several games last week and earn spots on the 2018 Best Known Performers list. Also today, several teams earn spots on the Most Goals in a Game list.
Today, LaxRecords.com looks back at the 2016 boys’ lacrosse season with Season Rewind: South Carolina, highlighting teams and players. 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.
As team’s win the various championships around the country, LaxRecords.com will post the entire list of 2016 champions, including runners-up and scores. New this year, there is also lacrosse championship recaps.
Among today’s highlights in the weekly notebook, St. Thomas Aquinas (Ft. Lauderdale) became the first team not named St. Andrew’s (Boca Raton) or Lake Highland Prep (Orlando) to win the FHSAA state championship since 2002. Also today, South Carolina gets a champion, Lambert (Ga.) dominates and two new lists make their appearance.
There is a race in Pennsylvania for which senior will end up the Keystone State’s all-time leading goal scorer. Lewisburg senior Matt Fedorjaka is closest, but Upper Dublin senior Michael Mullen is coming on strong with 52 goals this season. Also today, Ponte Vedra and Lake Highland square on in the Florida Final Four and a Rockhurst Jesuit freshman kicks off his high school career.
Justin Anderson has the second-most career goals in high school lacrosse history. Photo courtesy: UNC Athletics Larson Sundown from Akron (N.Y.) scored 202 points as a senior. Photo by: Onondaga…
Nicky Galasso played at West Islip (N.Y.) before moving on to UNC and Syracuse. Nathan Solomon scored more than 600 points in his high school career. Photo by: Syracuse Athletics…