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

By Trevor Squire, SportsEngine, 05/15/18, 10:00PM CDT


See who was voted the top performer for May 7-12.

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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

Isaac Peifer, Eagan: Peifer tallied seven assists and four goals in Eagan’s 23-0 shutout of Farmington on May 10.

Top Performer candidates

Jack Arvidson, Hastings: Arvidson found the net three times and assisted on four other goals in Hastings’ 17-8 win over Northfield on May 11.

Talon Heath, Elk River/Zimmerman: The sophomore posted four goals and three assists in a 19-9 throttling of Robbinsdale Armstrong on May 7. He followed that performance by leading the Elks to a pair of single-goal victories over Champlin Park (10-9 on May 9) and Maple Grove (11-10 on May 11). He recorded points on nine of the Elks' 21 goals in the two-game stretch. 

Tommy McGuire, Stillwater: McGuire led the Ponies to a 13-2 romping of White Bear Lake on May 7. He scored five goals and added two assists.

Tyler Braccini, Buffalo: The sophomore scored four goals and tallied five assists in the Bison’s 21-0 shutout of Hutchinson on May 8. He added another 11 points in wins over Sartell/Sauk Rapids (19-5 on May 10) and Holy Family (20-6 on May 11). 

Isaac Peifer, Eagan: Peifer tallied seven assists and four goals in Eagan’s 23-0 shutout of Farmington on May 10.

Lars Rostad, Anoka: The freshman goalie was vital in helping Anoka record its first win of the season. He stopped 28 of 33 shots in an 11-5 victory over Spring Lake Park on May 9.

Sean Mark, Roseville: Mark netted eight goals and two assists in the Raiders' 22-8 demolition of Providence Academy on May 12. 

Jack Mohler, East Ridge: Mohler scored three goals and distributed five assists in East Ridge’s 16-9 victory over Simley on May 12.

Kenneth Johnson, Owatonna: Days after leading Owatonna to a 6-5 win over Northfield, Johnson stopped all 15 shots he faced in a rematch with the Raiders. His stalwart effort in net helped Owatonna claim a 12-0 shutout victory over its Big 9 Conference rival.

Grant Glazier, Park of Cottage Grove: Glazier, a Lindenwood University commit, scored seven goals and dished four assists to lead the Wolfpack to a 15-10 victory over Mounds view on May 10.

*Stats and records as of May 14

MN Lacrosse Hub polls are for entertainment purposes only. 

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