LaxRecords has compiled a list of the boy’s high school lacrosse players who wrapped up their careers as the new save leaders in their states.
Red Bank Regional
Today’s Stylax Stat Leaders features a first for Minnesota, career goal mark by Adam Ritter, an impressive stat lines from Nicky Solomon and Paul Gilva.
Today’s Stylax Stat Leader highlights feature a championship performance, a season-high in Massachusetts and two perfect faceoff men. Also today, Darien (Conn.) and Derryfield (N.H.) make national history in the Northeast.
Among today’s Stylax Stat Leader update, Shoreham-Wading River (N.Y.) senior, Chris Gray, scored 11 points to lead all known players Monday. Also today, players from California, Delaware, Massachusetts, New York and New Jersey earn spots on the 2017 leader’s list. Read More »
Pete Schlendorf totaled 14 points for Donovan Catholic (N.J.) to lead all known scorers in today’s Stylax Stat Leader update. Overall, there are 17 total updates, 15 of which are players earning spots on the 2017 leaders’ for the most goals, assists, points and saves in a single game. Read More »
Among today’s Stylax Stat Leaders update, Jack Ortolano from North Gwinnett (Ga.) and Dom Scorcia from Carey (N.Y.) both score 13 points. Also today, there are 16 total updates, including another game added to the Most Overtimes list. Read More »
Stop in the Garden State With New Jersey kicking off its boys’ lacrosse season and four goalies earning a spot on the 2017 Stylax Stat Leaders, I took a look…
What a pair of players at Mystic Valley (Malden, Massachusetts) did in a single game is believed to have never been done before in high school lacrosse history. Also in today’s Around the Crease weekly notebook, a Red Bank Regional (New Jersey) goalie surpasses 1,000 career saves and LaxRecords follows up with last week’s career leaders.
This week’s Around the Crease is all about the goalies. Collegiate (Va.) senior Jack Rusbuldt passes 1,000 and St. Paul’s (Md.) junior sets a season record. Plus, New Jersey’s Jon Pierce and Joshua Murdy along with Pope (Ga.) senior Michael Oswald earn spots on the all-time saves list.
Players from Cedar Crest (Pennsylvania), New Hartford (New York) and West Windsor-Plainsboro South (New Jersey) all scored at least 10 points in a game on Thursday. Also among today’s best known performers are several goalies, including Jon Pierce from Red Bank Regional (New Jersey) who added 20 saves to his career total.