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Week 6 (May 6-May 12) Boys Lacrosse Player of the Week nominees (listed in alphabetical order)  


Kyle Aldridge, So., Midfield, CBA 

Aldridge banked eight goals and four assists in three games to lead CBA to a second straight appearance in the SCT championship game. He had three goals and one assist, including the game-winning goal, in an 8-7 win over Shore Regional in the SCT semifinals.


Connor Ard, Jr., Attack, Middletown South 

Ard scored six goals, including the game-winning goal in overtime, when the Eagles defeated Middletown North, 8-7, at MetLife Stadium.


Trevor Barber, Sr., Midfield, Donovan Catholic

Barber scored nine goals and added three assists to reach 100 career points, won 62 of 72 face-offs, and picked up 19 ground balls in three games. He helped the Griffins to wins over Toms River South (18-8) and Toms River East (10-9).


Canyon Birch, Sr., Attack, Manasquan

The senior attackman had another monster week with 15 goals and six assists in three games to break the New Jersey career goals record and lead Manasquan to a third straight Shore Conference Tournament title. Birch now has 371 career goals and 527 career points.


Kevin Clohosey, Sr., Midfield, Neptune 

Clohosey scored 16 goals and added two assists and 22 ground balls in three games. He delivered seven goals in a 12-6 win over Edison to set a new program single-season record with 51 goals while extending his program career record to 136 goals.


Rex Freeman, Jr., Attack, Brick Memorial

Freeman had nine goals and three assists as the Mustangs won three of four games. He had three goals and one assist during a 6-5 overtime win over Point Boro and scored four times in a win over North Brunswick that clinched a state tournament berth.


Isaiah Gonzalez, Jr., Attack, Long Branch 

Gonzalez scored four goals in a 12-0 win over J.P. Stevens which served as the Green Wave’s first shutout in program history and gave them two wins in a season for the first time in program history.


Andrew Xiques, Sr., Midfield, Toms River South

Xiques had his hair cut for the first time in six years as part of an effort to raise money for the American Cancer Society, then tallied two goals and three assists to help lead the Indians to a 10-9 overtime win over Marlboro on senior night.



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