North Jersey Lacrosse Player of the Week April 24-30

With another fun week of the high school lacrosse season behind us, it’s time to look back at the best performances and pick the best one.

Check out the players who stood out last week and let us know who you think should be North Jersey’s Player of the Week in the poll at the bottom of this page.

Closing of votes Thursday at 6 p.m.

Nick Muller

Bergen Catholic Main Striker

Muller joined the 100-point club on Saturday after tallying four goals and nine assists in three games last week. Lafayette’s commitment has proven to be a great setter as he leads North Jersey with 44 assists this season.

Ben Robert

Tenafly Main Striker

Roberts led Tenafly to their highest Bergen County tournament seed (11) in program history, then backed it up by scoring a season-high 10 points on Saturday in a first-round win over River Dell. He flourished in a recent stint in midfield with six goals, nine assists and 19 rushes in three wins last week.

Richard Sciaino

Junior Midfielder Mahwah

The Thunderbirds swept their three opponents last week behind a strong performance from Sciaino. He finished with nine goals and two assists, including a hat-trick against West Milford despite suffering from food poisoning.

Elizabeth Crames

Mahwah’s first-year goaltender

Crames helped the T-Birds to three more wins and their first league title since 2016. She saved 28 of 45 total shots and helped Mahwah advance to the Bergen County Quarter-Finals.

Kaitlyn Davies

Wayne Hills, senior midfielder

Davies leads North Jersey’s points list after having 15 goals, eight assists and 22 rushes in the Patriots’ three wins last week. In the aftermath, Florida’s commitment scored its 300th career point.

ryan doyle

Glen Rock sophomore midfielder

The Panthers midfielder scored seven goals on Saturday to send his side past Pascack Hills and into the Bergen County quarter-finals. She had 13 goals in three wins last week and played a factor in the draw with 25 checks.

Lexie Wolfe

Ramapo Senior Midfielder

Wolfe scored a season-high eight goals on Saturday to lift the Raiders past Holy Angels in the BCT Round of 16. She finished with 16 goals and 16 forced turnovers for the week.


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Sean Farrell is a high school sports reporter for For full access to live scores, breaking news and analysis from our Varsity Aces team, subscribe today. To get the latest news straight to your inbox, subscribe to our newsletter and download our application.

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