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National Stat Leaders Update

St. Benedict’s (N.J.) 54 consecutive wins and Montverde Academy’s (Fla.) current run of 76 undefeated matches will stand as the best high school boys performances at the end of the school year, as will Bishop Kelley’s (Idaho) girls run 66 consecutive wins and undefeated matches.

Today, we share a glance of the national leaders for the 2012-2013 school year, with a link to the complete lists.

BOYS’ SOCCER

Longest Active Win Streak: 54, St. Benedict’s Prep (Newark, N.J.)
Longest Active Undefeated Streak: 76, Montverde Academy (Montverde, Fla.)
Most Team Goals Scored: 148, Sunlake (Land O’Lakes, Fla.)
Most Team Shutouts: 22, Bolles School (Jacksonville, Fla.)

Most Individual Goals Scored: 60, two tied
Most Individual Assists: 42, Fazlo Alihodzic, Bayless (St. Louis, Mo.)
Most Individual Shutouts: 21, Danny Hrenko, Sunlake (Land O’Lakes, Fla.)

COMPLETE 2012-13 BOYS’ SOCCER STAT LEADERS LIST

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Longest Active Win Streak: 66, Bishop Kelly (Boise, Idaho)
Longest Active Undefeated Streak: 66, Bishop Kelly (Boise, Idaho)
Most Team Goals Scored: 156, Greensburg Central Catholic (Greensburg, Pa.)
Most Team Shutouts: 23, Fleming Island (Fleming Island, Fla.)

Most Individual Goals Scored: 80, Dezirae Armijo, Socorro (Socorro, N.M.)
Most Individual Assists: 47, Jaden DeGracie, Highland (Gilbert, Ariz.)
Most Individual Shutouts: 23, Katie Nimitz, Fleming Island (Fleming Island, Fla.)

COMPLETE 2012-13 GIRLS’ SOCCER STAT LEADERS LIST

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