Commentary

Boys' soccer national stat leaders

Updated: February 5, 2010, 4:55 AM ET
By Sheldon Shealer | ESPNRISE.com

The following are the nation's top reported performances for the 2009-2010 school year. This list will be updated periodically throughout the season.

To add a performance to the national leaders list, have the head coach or official team statistician e-mail information to Sheldon Shealer

TOP BOYS PERFORMANCES

(2009-2010 school year)

TEAM PERFORMANCES

Consecutive Wins (Minimum 15)
36, Scarborough (Maine), 2008-2009*
31, St. Ignatius (Cleveland, Ohio), 2008-09
28, St. Thomas Aquinas (Overland Park, Kan.), 2008-09*
27, Reitz Memorial (Evansville, Ind.), 2007-2009
27, Jacksonville (N.C.)
25, Sacramento Jesuit (Carmichael, Calif.)*
24, Apple Valley (Minn.)*
20, Hurricane (W.Va.)
21, Parkland (Allentown, Pa.)
21, Jordan (Durham, N.C.)
18, Jesuit (New Orleans, La.)*
16, Broomfield (Colo.)
16, Half Hollow Hills West (Half Hollow Hills, N.Y.)*
15, Arlington (LaGrangeville, N.Y.)
15, Charlotte Latin (Charlotte, N.C.)
*-active streak

Consecutive Games Without A Loss (Minimum 20)
65, Reitz Memorial (Evansville, Ind.), 2007-2009
45, Episcopal High School (Alexandria, Va.)*
43, St. Ignatius (Cleveland, Ohio), 2008-2009
37, Jesuit (New Orleans, La.), 2008-2009*
36, Scarborough (Maine), 2008-2009*
28, Neuqua Valley (Naperville, Ill.)
27, Holt (Mich.)
27, Jacksonville (N.C.)*
25, Sacramento Jesuit (Carmichael, Calif.)*
24, Apple Valley (Minn.)*
24, Franklin (Elk Grove, Calif.)
24, Princeton (N.J.)
20, Churchill (Livonia, Mich.)
20, Hurricane (W.Va.)
20, Pike (Ind.)
*-active streak

Most Goals Scored, Season (Minimum 100)
135, Sacramento Jesuit (Carmichael, Calif.)
115, West Allegheny (Imperial, Pa.)
105, Hurricane (W.Va.)

Most Goals Scored, Game (Minimum 12)
20, Grace King (Metairie, La.) vs. Higgins (Marrerro, La.), Jan. 12, 2010 [Final: 20-0]
17, Florence (Miss.) vs. Mendenhall (Miss.), Jan. 5, 2010 [Final: 17-1]
15, West Allegheny (Imperial, Pa.) vs. Washington (Pa.), Sept. 17, 2009
13, Ocean Springs (Miss.) vs. Natchez (Miss.), Jan. 26, 2010 [Final: 13-0]
13, Sacramento Jesuit (Carmichael, Calif.) vs. Kennedy (Sacramento, Calif.), Sept. 21, 2009
13, Sacramento Jesuit (Carmichael, Calif.) vs. Monterey Trail (Elk Grove, Calif.), Oct. 7, 2009
13, Wakefield (Raleigh, N.C.) vs. Knightdale (N.C.), Aug. 17, 2009
12, Bossier (Shreveport, La.) vs. Benton (Shreveport, La.), Nov. 21, 2009
12, St. Ignatius (Cleveland, Ohio) vs. Garfield Heights (Ohio), Oct. 24, 2009
12, Watsonville (Calif.) vs. Seaside (Calif.), Jan. 27, 2010

Most Shutouts, Season (Minimum 15)
22, Sacramento Jesuit (Carmichael, Calif.)
20, Hurricane (W.Va.)
18, Princeton (N.J.)
17, Holt (Mich.)
15, Episcopal (Alexandria, Va.)

Most Shutouts, Consecutive (Minimum 8)
21, Rockhurst Jesuit (Kansas City, Mo.), 2008-2009
20, Hurricane (W.Va.) [1,637 minutes]<
11, Granite Hills (Apple Valley, Calif.)* (through Jan. 5)
8, Holt (Mich.)
8, Naperville North (Naperville, Ill.)

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES

Most Goals Scored, Season (Minimum 35)
76, Soony Saad, Dearborn (Mich.)
61, Robert Sandidge, Lee Christian (Sanford, N.C.)
53, James Weber, Hartford Union (Hartford, Wis.)
49, Tomek Kwiatkowski, Wallington (N.J.)
49, Brooks Nucilli, Fairmont (W.Va.)
43, Alex Priede, Summit Country Day (Cincinnati, Ohio)
42, Stephen Baker, McQuaid Jesuit (Rochester, N.Y.)
42, Tom Baker, Archbishop Wood (Warminster, Pa.)
41, Ben Beaver, New Trier (Winnetka, Ill.)
40, Joseph Schmid, Wyoming Valley West (Plymouth, Pa.)
40, Will Vitalis, South Oldham (Crestwood, Ky.)
38, Ryan Comiskey, Northern Lebanon (Fredericksburg, Pa.)
38, Brian Jarvis, Morristown (Ind.)
38, Brandon Reichart, Christopher Dock (Lansdale, Pa.)
37, Max Garcia, Dickinson (N.J.)
36, Matt Magana, Bolivar (Mo.)
36, Billy Sipos, Bethel-Tate (Bethel, Ohio)
35, Casey Courneen, Quaker Valley (Leetsdale, Pa.)
35, Tim Daniels, Wheaton Academy (Wheaton, Ill.)
35, Dylan Renna, Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey, N.J.)

Most Goals Scored, Game (Minimum 5)
6, Tanner Randle, Arvada West (Colo.) vs. Westminster (Colo.), Sept. 2009.
5, Keith Rose, Dighton-Rehoboth (Mass.)

Most Assists, Season (Minimum 20)
37, Nick Korarac, West Allegheny (Imperial, Pa.)
31, Robert Sandidge, Lee Christian (Sanford, N.C.)
29, Michael Hayes, South Side (Fort Wayne, Ind.).
27, Justin Laird, Hartford Union (Hartford, Wis.)
26, Tyler Veith, Reitz Memorial (Evansville, Ind.)
25, Donovan Fraser, Half Hollow Hills West (Half Hollow Hills, N.Y.)
25, Kyle Henderson, Marin Catholic (Kentfield, Calif.)
24, Kyle Simpson, Reading (Ohio)
22, Casey Caronis, Myers Park (Charlotte, N.C.)
22, Bryan Ciesiulka, Neuqua Valley (Naperville, Ill.)
22, Ray Lee, Park Hill (Mo.)
22, Mauricio Trujillo, Monett (Mo.)
21, Josh Butzke, Comsewogue (N.Y.)
20, Bryan Aguilar, Harrison (N.J.)
20, Austin Altimus, Lakewood Park Christian (Auburn, Ind.)
20, Will McGinnis, Charlotte Latin (Charlotte, N.C.)
20, Chris Pettiglio, Bishop Guetrin (Nashua, N.H.)

Most Assists, Game (Minimum 4)
4, Julio Arjona, Clarksburg (Md.) vs. Seneca Valley (Germantown, Md.), Oct. 7, 2009
4, Tyler Veith, Reitz Memorial (Evansville, Ind.) vs. F.J. Reitz (Evansville, Ind.), Aug. 27, 2009

Most Shutouts, Season (Minimum 15)
22, Jake Feener, Sacramento Jesuit (Carmichael, Calif.)
20, Noah Blackhurst, Hurricane (W.Va.)
18, Steve Hellstern, Princeton (N.J.)
17, Joe Kalt, St. Ignatius (Cleveland, Ohio)
15, Jamison McCaige, Holt (Mich.)