The end of the season is fast approaching and with it two players in Florida join the 400 club, Texas gets its Final Four and more in this week’s notebook.
A huge update today as 136 entries are made in the 2019 High School Stat Leaders. Tanner Pohl from The First Academy (Fla.) and Nick Whittall from Murrieta Mesa (Calif.) leads the way with 14 points each in the last week. There are three faceoff men who went perfect from the X and Bill Bernal from Pennington has two entries of 27 saves.
Garrett Meuninck’s perfect night pushed him past 600 career saves, which highlights today’s 36-player update to the 2019 High School Stat Leaders.
Tanner Demling’s Southeast Region notebook highlights the viral goal scored by Maryland commit Ryan Siracusa that was featured on Sportscenter.
Players in Colorado and Virginia set program records on Saturday. They are among 33 players in today’s High School Stat Leaders update.
There are 57 new boys high school lacrosse players added to the 2019 High School Stat Leaders today. Thomas Mencke from Highland Park (Texas) leads all scorers, while Aiden Bullock from Douglas County (Colo.) leads the way for faceoff men.
Cullent Robinette from Durango (Colo.) and Dylan Frankhouser from Jupiter (Fla.) lead today’s High School Stat Leader update.
Kevin Groeninger from St. Margaret’s Episcopal (Calif.) earns Player of the Week for March 11. The Bryant commit scored the 300th point of his career. Honorable mentions are from California, Florida, Maryland, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania.
Today’s 2019 High School Stat Leader update features Macon Sumner from Hoggard (N.C.) who led all faceoff men, Cullen Robinette from Durango who led Colorado and 14 more players.
Jake Taylor came up big as the Raiders took on playoff teams from Colorado and Missouri last week. Among this week’s Honorable Mentions are players from Paul VI (Va.), Strath Haven (Pa.), Northwest Guilford (N.C.), Loyola-Blakefield (Md.), Hoggard (N.C.), Upper Dublin (Pa.), Palos Verdes (Calif.), Archbishop Carroll (Pa.), Immokalee (Fla.), Bullis (Md.) and McDonogh (Md.).