Friday, March 23 was a big night across the nation in boys’ lacrosse, especially on the East Coast. Owen Caputo hit 400 career points in North Carolina. Jef Hewlings reached 300 career wins in Pennsylvania and Eric Malever set the season mark for most points in a game in Georgia. All this and more in today’s Stylax Stat Leaders update.
Of the players I am aware of, there are several that appear likely to be the next members of the 400-point club. Additionally, there are three that might be longshots but have a chance this season.
This story has been updated to reflect the 2018 boys high school lacrosse season. To view the original story click here. The 400-Point Club is one of the more elite…
Evan Sibson, who is approaching 400 career points, added 10 to his total last night as part of today’s Stylax Stat Leaders update. Also today are several teams that earned spots on the Most Goals in a Game list. Read More »
Nicky Solomon scored 12 points for Centennial (Roswell, Ga.) in the win over Martin Luther King (Lithonia, Ga.) on April 14. Those 12 points pushed the UNC commit over the…
Lambert (Suwanee, Ga.) gets two mentions in today’s Stylax Stat Leaders as the Longhorns won an early-season meeting with Centennial (Roswell, Ga.). Also today, a pair of Florida players have big goal games in their team’s victories. Read More >>
Today’s highlights include Centennial (Ga.) scoring at least 29 goals in a game for the third-straight game, teams from Georgia and Tennessee putting their names on the Most Overtimes list and a trio of players in the Southeast earning spots on the Most Goals in a Game list. Read More >>
We continue with Looking Ahead series with our Georgia 2017 Boys’ Lacrosse Preview Georgia. This is an early look at just some of the teams expected to compete for a state championship and the underclassmen who could make it a special season.
Today, LaxRecords.com continue’s its look back at the 2016 boys’ high school lacrosse season with Season Rewind: Georgia. Over the next few weeks, LaxRecords will look back at the 2016 season with notes on what happened in championship games, notable milestones and any surprises or fun facts that occurred.
Doug Shanahan is a name most in the lacrosse world immediately recognize, but maybe not as a high school coach. The 2002 U.S. World Lacrosse Championship team member and All-World and Championship MVP earned his 100th career high school lacrosse coaching win this week.