Logan Santos from St. Paul’s (Md.) earns Player of the Week after joining the 300 Club last week. Ten players from five states earn Honorable Mention.
The LaxRecords Player of the Year is annually given to the player who makes a significant statistical contribution to high school lacrosse.
Teams did not waste time getting their seasons cranked to 11, despite being in the first week of some of their seasons. Around the nation, there were plenty of meetings between inter-state and intra-state powers, including Florida and Georgia. This week’s notebook looks at some of the players and teams off to a hot start towards the end of winter.
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Brooks Baro from McIntosh (Ga.) leads all known and reported players in points from Wednesday, March 28. The sophomore is one of 10 players included in today’s Stylax Stat Leaders update.
There were a lot of additions to the 2016 Best Known Performances this week, with new leaders getting added to several categories. Among the new players added are a South Carolina senior topping the Most Points in a Game list and an unknown Florida player reaching the top of the Most Goals in a Game list.
An Apopka (Fla.) junior leads the individual performance additions for today. Additionally, there are three new teams that earned a spot on the Most Goals in a Game list, including two teams that already etched their name on the season.
To recap the week, LaxRecords.com is doing its Top 5 Stat Stars of the week. Stat Stars of the Week is a recap of the best-of-the-best boys’ high school lacrosse performances of the week. A host of Florida players put their names on the Most Points and Most Goals lists, while McIntosh (Ga.) sprinted to the top of the Most Goals in a Game list.
It only took McIntosh one game into its 2016 season to set the mark for the most goals scored in a game. The Chiefs scored the most goals by a team since a Washington team scored 33 in 2015. The win got the Chiefs off to a 1-0 start this season.