2012 Preview: Boys returning goal/save leaders
January, 4, 2012
By Mike Loveday | ESPN.com
Jimmy Hurlburt/ESPNHSESPNHS begins its 2012 season preview by looking at the top returning leaders from 2011.The 2012 season is slightly more than a month away in some states. In preparation to our 2012 season previews, ESPNHS is looking back at the 2011 statistical leaders.
In addition to the region previews, ESPNHS will release several packages, including a national leaders list that will be updated throughout the season and will highlight the current longest winning streaks in the nation.
Over the next few weeks, ESPNHS will release a listing of returning statistical leaders in goals, assists and points. Beginning Feb. 7, ESPNHS will release a new high school lacrosse region preview each week, culminating with the release of our State Rankings and POWERADE FAB 50 team rankings.
Region previews include Southeast, Midwest, West, East along with individual previews of Maryland, New York and Pennsylvania.
If we are missing an athlete, please e-mail Mike Loveday at Michael.Loveday@espn.com with the category, number and a verifiable source such as a newspaper or head coach so we can confirm the information.
Class designation refers to the player's 2011 season.
|Most goals scored, season (minimum 70)|
|84||Kieran Eissler, Soph., Coronado (Henderson, Nev.)|
|82||Cole Abourjilie, Jr., Northwest Guilford (Greensboro, N.C.)|
|82||Owen Demmerly, Jr., Shawnee (Medford, N.J.)|
|78||Robert Jacobs,Soph., The Benjamin School (Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.)|
|75||Reid White, Soph., Christchurch (Christchurch, Va.)|
|74||Steve Mussoline, Jr., Allentown Central Catholic (Allentown, Pa.)|
|73||Paul Major, Jr., Spring-Ford (Royersford, Pa.)|
|72||Duncan Morris, Soph., Christchurch (Christchurch, Va.)|
|71||Brandon Rothman, Jr., Newark Academy (Livingston, N.J.)|
|70||Grant Consoletti, Jr., Oak Park (Oak Park, Calif.)|
|70||Tyler Goglio, Jr., Heritage Christian (Milwaukee, Wis.)|
|70||Reid Weber, Jr., Germantown Academy (Fort Washington, Pa.)|
|Most Saves, season (minimum 200)|
|283||Brendan Supple, Jr., Mercersburg Academy (Mercerburg, Pa.)|
|251||Ryan Smith, Soph., Lassiter (Marietta, Ga.)|
|250||Zack McConnell, Soph., Darlington (Rome, Ga.)|
|240||Tyler Zickel, Soph., Hudson (Hudson, Ohio)|
|239||Brian Balkam, Jr., Smithtown East (St. James, N.Y.)|
|230||Tim Trickler, Soph., Mynderse (Seneca Falls, N.Y.)|
|228||Preston Andersen, Jr., Bethesda-Chevy Chase (Bethesda, Md.)|
|224||T.J. Ennis, Jr., Eastridge (Irondequoit, N.Y.)|
|221||Mick Baker, Jr., North Springs (Atlanta, Ga.)|
|219||Ahmed Iftikar, Jr., Detroit Country Day (Beverly Hills, Mich.)|
|213||R.J. Tischler, Jr., Linganore (Frederick, Md.)|
|206||Ryan Kelly, Soph., Central Bucks South (Doylestown, Pa.)|
|205||Merritt Bailey, Fr., Marcus Whitman (Rushville, N.Y.)|
|204||Dominic Camblin, Jr., Newark (Newark, N.Y.)|
|203||Pat Farrell, Jr., Flint Hill (Oakton, Va.)|