The All-LaxRecords team is not your typical All-America team. The players included on this team are among their state’s all-time leaders and in many cases set either state or national records.
LaxRecords.com has compiled a list of the boy’s high school lacrosse players who wrapped up their careers in a new century club with at least 200 career points.
This week’s Mid-Atlantic notebook highlights more Maryland champions, a one-eyed goalie in Virginia, New Jersey’s nine seeds dominating and firsts in Maryland and Virginia.
What are the odds of McDonogh (Md.) winning the MIAA A Conference championship after an 0-3 start? Also in this week’s notebook is the story of a Rutgers football commit making noise on the attack, and milestones achieved in Pennsylvania and Virginia.
Among today’s 26-player update to the 2019 High School Stat Leaders is highlighting Cade Newton from South Elgin (Ill.) on his milestone achievement.
The MIAA versus Inter-Ac rivalry renewed for another season, but which conference has the edge? This and more in the Mid-Atlantic notebook.
The LaxRecords Player of the Year is annually given to the player who makes a significant statistical contribution to high school lacrosse.
The Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association (VISAA) announced its 2018 Boys’ Lacrosse All-State Teams last week. Ricky Miezan from Episcopal (Va.) earned the Division I Player of the Year honor. Gray Pollock from North Cross (Va.) earned the Division II Player of the Year award.
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.).