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And the winner is... MN Lacrosse Hub's top boys' lacrosse performer revealed

By Trevor Squire, SportsEngine, 04/24/18, 11:00AM CDT


See who was voted the top performer for April 12-21.

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Athletes are considered for the top performer poll only if their stats are entered on the MN Lacrosse Hub by 10 a.m. on Sundays. If any coaches or members of their coaching staff would like to be set up to enter stats, please email mnhubs@sportngin.com.

Fans' choice for top performer

Erick Bloom, White Bear Lake: Bloom was an offensive catalyst in the Bears’ first two games of the season. The sophomore scored four goals and dished five assists in an 18-0 win over Tartan on April 12. He followed up with a one-goal, eight-assist performance in a 17-2 victory over Robbinsdale Armstrong on April 21. 

Top Performer candidates

Jason Kraus, Holy Angels: Kraus quickly became the state frontrunner in points, with 17 goals and 11 assists in three games this season. The senior scored six goals and added five assists in a 14-11 victory over St. Thomas Academy in the Stars' season opener on April 13.

Luke Williams, St. Thomas Academy: The junior attackman helped the Cadets keep pace with Holy Angels in the loss to Holy Angels. He scored five goals and added four assists.

Derric Bergman, Spring Lake Park: The junior midfielder showed precise decision-making off the dodge, as he scored three goals and added three assists in an 18-2 victory over Southwest Christian on April 13.

Niko Reimann, Spring Lake Park: Reimann led the Panthers with five goals and an assist in the victory over Southwest Christian.

Jadon Kerry, Chanhassen: The Duke commit scored five goals and added an assist in Chanhassen’s 15-8 victory over Eagan on April 19. He then had a carbon-copy performance to help the Storm outlast Mahtomedi 11-10 on April 21. 

Stavros Koumontsis, Edina: In an impressive varsity debut, the sophomore led Edina to a 17-13 victory over Lakeville South on April 17 with four goals. He also notched two assists. 

Skyler Rust, Lakeville South: Rust scored three goals and had three assists in the Cougars’ loss to Edina.

*Stats and records as of April 22

MN Lacrosse Hub polls are for entertainment purposes only. 

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