Trabuco Hills boys lacrosse standout Holden Evans reached 300 points in his high school career Monday in the Mustangs’ 21-3 win over Servite.
“It’s an amazing accomplishment, and I’m extremely grateful,” Evans said via a direct message on Instagram.
Evans compiled 10 points against Servite on Monday — nine goals and an assist — giving him 96 points this season. In his career, Evans gradually increased his output each season, posting 44 points his freshman year, 65 points his sophomore year and 101 points last year for a three-year total of 210.
“Honestly, going into this season I didn’t think I would get to the 300 mark,” Evans said, “because I knew I’d need a lot of points, and that would be selfish to not play as a team. That was a big thing we decided as a team — to never play for ourselves and to play as a team, because we knew if we play together we have a good shot at having an unbelievable season.”
Evans is the 15th person from California to surpass 300 points. Kevin Groeninger of St. Margaret’s accomplished the feat earlier this year.
“There are a lot of people that I could thank for this accomplishment,” Evans said, “but if it weren’t for my family always pushing me to be the best I wouldn’t be here.”