Palisadian and Harvard-Westlake senior Evan Meister broke the school's record for the most points scored in a lacrosse career last week.
Meister, the son of founder Charlie Meister, is the senior captain of the Harvard-Westlake varsity lacrosse team.
On April 24, Meister scored five points on two goals and three assists, leading to Harvard-Westlake's 8-7 win against Chaminade High School. His performance got him to a career 144 points on 70 goals and 74 assists, breaking the record of 140 points set by Cory Wizenberg last year.
The Wolverines beat Crespi Carmelite High School Monday night, which means they won the Mission League. They are now in the playoffs.
Meister played with the LA Lacrosse League and club lacrosse for the Westside Warriors in Pacific Palisades. He also played with the LA Lazers and WestCoast Starz.
According to Meister's father, he was recruited to play lacrosse at Colorado College and will begin studies there in the fall.
Charlie Meister and Steve Galluzzo contributed to this report.