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Bo Lockwood Sets Records, Riverside (Va.) Off To Hot Start

by Mike Loveday

Riverside (Va.) snapped the longest winning streak in the nation with a 20-2 win over Briar Woods (Va.) on May 3.

Cole Jones led everyone with eight points (four goals, four assists). Carter Ash was second on the team with seven points (four assists, three goals). Nick Callis led all scorers with five goals. He also had one assist and was 14-for-15 on faceoffs. Evan Boswell added four goals and an assist in the victory.

Riverside is off to an impressive start. The Rams are 4-0 and scored 20 goals in each game while the defense has yet to allow a team to score more than three goals.

Riverside has gotten the best of Briar Woods in two of their last three meetings. The Rams’ only loss was in 2019, 14-12 on March 26.

Briar Woods was riding a 44-game winning streak, dating back to 2018. The Falcons’ streak started on April 11, 2018, after a 10-5 loss to Riverside on April 6, 2018.

Briar Woods opened the 2021 season with a 24-0 win over Rock Ridge (Va.) to extend their streak before falling to Riverside.

With Briar Woods’ loss, the longest active winning streak in the nation belongs to Westminster (Md.), which has a 38-game streak.

Locked In

Bo Lockwood, a junior at Hartland (Mich.) broke two state records during a May 10 victory over Howell (Mich.). The first record is for most assists in a game. The second was for most assists in a season.

He also tied the record for most points in a game and etched his name alongside some of the nation’s best individual games.

Lockwood totaled 19 points with 13 assists and six goals in a 28-0 victory. The assist record breaks the state’s previous No. 1, Drake Ringer from Tecumseh (Mich.) who had 11 assists against Bedford (Mich.) on May 14, 2018.

Lockwood’s 19 points tie the record for most in a game in state history. He ties Cole Smith from East Lansing (Mich.) who totaled 19 points against Swartz Creek (Mich.) on April 18, 2016.

On a national level, Lockwood’s performance ties him with five other players for No. 2 for the most points in a single game. His 19 points are the most scored in a high school lacrosse game since 2017 when Andy Davis from Whitney Point (N.Y.) scored 19 against Oneonta (N.Y.). The record for points occurred in 1961 when Jimmy Lewis scored 21 points.

His assist total puts him in a four-way tie for second all-time. The last time a player dished out at least 13 assists in a game was 2019 when two players accomplished the feat.

The Michigan commit also set the state record for most assists in a season with his performance. Through 15 games, Lockwood has 97 assists, breaking the previous record of 96 set by Tanyr Krummenacher from Saline (Mich.) in 2018.

With two games left in the regular season, Lockwood has 164 points (97 assists, 67 goals), which places him fifth all-time for the most points in a season. He will likely be alone in third place after the team’s next game at Brighton (Mich.) on May 12. He needs three points to pass Bryce Clay (Forest Hills Central) and Matthew Giampetroni (Cranbrook School) who each totaled 166 points in a season and are currently third.

The record for points is 202, set by Jay Penske from OL St. Mary’s (Mich.) in 1997. Tommy Mckee from Holt (Mich.) is second with 180 points during the 2010 season.

Lockwood is 39 points away from breaking the state record. He is averaging 10.9 points per game this season.

For his career, the attackman now has 276 points (143a, 133g) in 34 games. Lockwood totaled 112 points in 19 games as a freshman in 2019.

Another Streak Ends

Torrey Pines’ (Calif.) 21-game winning streak ended with an 11-9 loss to Corona Del Mar (Calif.). Ty Caffarelli led the team with four goals.

The last time the Sea Kings defeated the Falcons was on April 3, 2015, with a final score of 13-4.

The loss is the first in-state loss for Torrey Pines since an 8-6 loss to St. Ignatius College Prep (Calif.) on March 15, 2019.

Corner Canyon (Utah) now has the longest active winning streak in the West with a 21-game streak.

Quick Hits

Vestavia Hills (Ala.) junior Max Hull surpassed 200 career points last week. The attackman has 203 career points on 143 goals and 60 assists. This season, Hull has 92 points with 71 goals and 22 assists.

The season leaders section of the High School Stat Leaders updated this week with Florida and South Carolina. Players who have scored at least 50 points this season were added. Players are added to the season leaders section once a state’s season is complete.

Turner Ashby, a sophomore from H.B. Plant (Fla.) leads the way with 144 points this season. Forest (Fla.) senior Drew Flagg is second with 141 points.

Face-off and save leaders will be compiled and added within the week. To ensure players are added, either fill out this submission form or have the head coach or team statistician email Mike Loveday at