Our Stat of the Week is an apparent one. We noticed the primary scholastic coach ever to get 1,000 wins in subject hockey, as Susan Butz-Stavin not solely earned that milestone, however received No. 1,001 a day later towards Easton (Pa.).
However there’s one other statistical prevalence which is beginning to come to a head this week. In maybe the most effective model of “Can You High This?” because the likes of Tracey Fuchs and Sharon Landau had been the highest scorers on Lengthy Island and within the Hudson Valley of New York, there are two subject hockey gamers who’ve each carried out some great work within the assault finish of the pitch.
Within the final week, each Ryleigh Heck of Voorhees Jap (N.J.) and Talia Schenck of Lawrence (N.J.) turned a part of a hallowed group of gamers to have ever scored as many as 10 objectives in a subject hockey sport. Schenck, as of Wednesday, had 203 objectives, which is amongst the High 10 all time for a profession. She leads the nation as of the shut of play Wednesday with 72 objectives.
Not thus far behind is Ryleigh Heck, who not solely was your nationwide scoring champion two years in the past as a sophomore, however had the best goals-per-game common ever recorded in subject hockey a yr in the past. SHe has 64 objectives this season, and 262 total.
I’ve seen each gamers this yr, and so they have their very own assorted strengths of their respective video games. They’ll carry loads to their faculty packages subsequent yr: Heck to North Carolina, and Schenck to Princeton.
Beneath is our normal weekly compilation of American scholastic subject hockey statistics, culled from, amongst different sources, MaxPreps, Berks Sport Day, the KHSAA, The St. Louis Submit-Dispatch, and Advance Media.
We particularly want to get as many coaches and different subject hockey individuals to register for the MaxPreps.com platform, and we encourage you to get your fellow teams as well as perhaps your conference, league, or your state governing body to enter field hockey information there, so that we can aim for as complete a statistical picture of the country as possible.
72 Talia Schenck, Lawrence (N.J.)
64 Ryleigh Heck, Voorhees Jap (N.J.)
40 Alana McVeigh, Higher Gwynedd Gwynedd-Mercy Academy (Pa.)
39 Molly Catchpole, Watchung Mount St. Mary’s Academy (N.J.)
35 Natali Foster, Elverson Twin Valley (Pa.)
32 Casey Lynn Dewald, Fleetwood (Pa.)
28 Julia Bressler, Studying Berks Catholic (Pa.)
27 Ava Zerfass, Emmaus (Pa.)
27 Reese Anetsberger, Glenbrook (Ailing.) South
27 Hadley Kuzmicky, North Oldham (Ky.)
31 Natali Foster, Elverson Twin Valley (Pa.)
29 Izzy Bianco, Voorhees Jap (N.J.)
25 Alexis Kociban, Emmaus (Pa.)
21 Emily Williams, Louisville Ballard (Ky.)
21 Riley Hudson, Voorhees Jap (N.J.)
19 Sammie Goin, Ashburn Independence (Va.)
19 Rachel Herbine, Emmaus (Pa.)
262 Ryleigh Heck, Voorhees Jap (N.J.)
203 Talia Schenck, Lawrence (N.J.)
142 Alaina McVeigh, Gwynedd Valley Gwynedd-Mercy Academy (Pa.)
116 Molly Catchpole, Watchung Mount St. Mary’s Academy (N.J.)
111 Natali Foster, Elverson Twin Valley (Pa.)
105 Julia Bressler, Studying Berks Catholic (Pa.)
103 Rachel Herbine, Emmaus (Pa.)
97 Victoria Griffiths, Woolwich Kingsway (N.J.)
92 Maci Bradford, Delmar (Del.)
84 Josie Hollamon, Delmar (Del.)
106 Natali Foster, Elverson Twin Valley (Pa.)
83 Izzy Bianco, Voorhees Jap (N.J.)
73 Ryleigh Heck, Voorhees Jap (N.J.)
71 Riley Hudson, Voorhees Jap (N.J.)
85 Delmar (Del.)
30 Emmaus (Pa.)
85 Delmar (Del.)
30 Emmaus (Pa.)
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