Highlands Ranch (Colo.) is making the lacrosse news for positive reasons with a stunning playoff run. Much of the West Coast is winding down its season, making for big news in Colorado, New Mexico and California.
St. Margaret’s Episcopal
Stu Pollard from St. Margaret’s Episcopal (Calif.) helped his team to two championships in one week and earn Player of the Week.
More than 2,800 miles separate Manasquan (N.J.) and St. Margaret’s Episcopal (Calif.), but the two coastal schools were joined over two days by two players becoming their respective state’s first.
The Warriors ousted Cardinal Mooney (Fla.) 14-13 in overtime to reach the FHSAA Final Four and move one step closer to repeating as state champions.
This week’s notebook highlights a story about a legally blind Division I commit, meetings of top-ranked teams in California and Minnesota and return to form for a top-rated junior.
Allen Hockenberry from St. Mary’s (Md.) earns Player of the Week for March 19. The junior helped the Saints to a 2-0 record over region powerhouses. Honorable mentions are from California, Canada, Florida, Maryland, Georgia, North Carolina, Washington, D.C., and Missouri.
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.
The LaxRecords Player of the Year is annually given to the player who makes a significant statistical contribution to high school lacrosse.
It’s been quite the season for many head coaches around the country and below you’ll find a summary of 19 coaches who hit milestones over the last month.
Tim Reidy from Rockhurst Jesuit (Mo.) earned the 100th victory of his coaching career as part of today’s Stylax Stat Leaders update. Also featured today, players from Shipley School (Pa.), St. Margaret’s Episcopal (Calif.), Centennial (Ga.), Tappan Zee (N.Y.), Cardinal Mooney (Fla.), Yorktown (N.Y.), Central Bucks West (Pa.), Germantown Academy (Pa.) and Calvert Hall (Md.).