Boys' Latin senior attackman Shack Stanwick, who was named The Baltimore Sun's Male Athlete of the Year last week, has been named the C. Markland Kelly Award winner as Maryland's top high school lacrosse player.
Stanwick, who is headed to Johns Hopkins, was recognized at the 68th annual Kelly Lacrosse banquet at the U.S. Naval Academy on Sunday night.
He led the No. 1 Lakers to a perfect 18-0 season and the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship. They finished the season as the country's No. 1 ranked team.
Stanwick, a two-time All-American, set a new school record with 118 points (46 goals, 72 assists) and leaves as the program's all-time leading scorer with 334 points as a four-year starter.
He is the 13th player from Boys' Latin and the second straight Laker to win the award. Former teammate Colin Heacock was last year's recipient.