Field Hockey: Weekly stats update No. 1

Radnor's Lydia Sydnor leads Delco in goals.  PHOTO COURTESY OF WCEAGLESHOCKEY.COM

Radnor’s Lydia Sydnor leads Delco in goals.
PHOTO COURTESY OF WCEAGLESHOCKEY.COM

Took me long enough, amirite? Anyway, here’s the first edition of the Delco leaders through Friday’s games. You’ll find goals, assists, points, save percentage, saves and shutout leaders with the criteria to make it in each category clearly listed. Play your cards right and you might even get a Super 7 a little later on.

As always, these stats are tabulated according to the games reported to the Daily Times. I did have a few snafus with some games, which is why some of your stat totals will be off. If there’s a correction to be made, please don’t leave it in the comments. It will be deleted. Send it to mchandik@delcotimes.com.

One more thing: if your name is misspelled, please let me know by emailing me (again, that’s mchandik@delcotimes.com.) I try to get every name spelled correctly and sometimes, I miss one or two. Sorry in advance. Just kindly let me know if it’s misspelled or that’s what we’ll keep calling you in the paper.

Goals (Four or more)

Lydia Sydnor, Radnor – 14

Sierra Stretch, Bonner-Prendergast – 13

Marissa Cicione, Cardinal O’Hara – 12

Moira Putsch, Notre Dame – 9

Grace Boston, Cardinal O’Hara – 8

Sophia Tornetta, Agnes Irwin – 8

Katie Keyser, Garnet Valley – 7

Lucy Maguire, Agnes Irwin – 7

Eva Michaliszyn, Penncrest – 7

Margaux Paolino, Episcopal Academy – 7

Hannah Zubyk, Delco Christian – 7

Meredith Campbell, Archbishop Carroll – 6

Lexie Curry, Episcopal Academy – 6

Grace Midgley, Archbishop Carroll – 6

Taylor Dorrin, Ridley – 5

Lexi Kenneally, Radnor – 5

Alyssa Lemons, Archbishop Carroll – 5

Jess Randazzo, Cardinal O’Hara – 5

Gabby Sutter, Archbishop Carroll – 5

Brittany Talley, Garnet Valley – 5

Julianna Tornetta, Agnes Irwin – 5

Jess Campbell, Bonner-Prendergast – 4

Jordyn Crossan, Archbishop Carroll – 4

Nicole Dominick, Academy Park – 4

Taylor Eubanks, Ridley – 4

Bridget Johnson, Upper Darby – 4

Taylor Leonhardt, Notre Dame – 4

Abbey Romano, Haverford – 4

Jax van der Veen, Agnes Irwin – 4

Mary Anne Young, Bonner-Prendergast – 4

Assists (Three or more)

Grace Boston, Cardinal O’Hara – 10

Moira Putsch, Notre Dame – 9

Sophia Tornetta, Agnes Irwin – 8

Julianna Tornetta, Agnes Irwin – 7

Micaela Beaty, Bonner-Prendergast – 5

Margaux Paolino, Episcopal Academy – 5

Mady McLennan, Agnes Irwin – 4

Jess Randazzo, Cardinal O’Hara – 4

Sam Stuart, Archbishop Carroll – 4

Mary Anne Young, Bonner-Prendergast – 4

Becca Zamojcin, Archbishop Carroll – 4

Maddie Bacskai, Episcopal Academy – 3

Marissa Cicione, Cardinal O’Hara – 3

Jessika Daniels, Garnet Valley – 3

Dana Davis, Garnet Valley – 3

Maggie Fitzgerald, Notre Dame – 3

Taylor Leonhardt, Notre Dame – 3

Gracie McClatchy, Archbishop Carroll – 3

Eva Michaliszyn, Penncrest – 3

Molly Savage, Garnet Valley – 3

Points (Seven or more)

Grace Boston, Cardinal O’Hara – 18

Moira Putsch, Notre Dame – 18

Sophia Tornetta, Agnes Irwin – 16

Marissa Cicione, Cardinal O’Hara – 15

Sierra Stretch, Bonner-Prendergast – 15

Lydia Sydnor, Radnor – 15

Margaux Paolino, Episcopal Academy – 12

Julianna Tornetta, Agnes Irwin – 12

Eva Michaliszyn, Penncrest – 10

Katie Keyser, Garnet Valley – 9

Jess Randazzo, Cardinal O’Hara – 9

Hannah Zubyk, Delco Christian – 9

Meredith Campbell, Archbishop Carroll – 8

Lucy Maguire, Agnes Irwin – 8

Mary Anne Young, Bonner-Prendergast – 8

Micaela Beaty, Bonner-Prendergast – 7

Lexie Curry, Episcopal Academy – 7

Alyssa Lemons, Archbishop Carroll – 7

Taylor Leonhardt, Notre Dame – 7

Mady McLennan, Agnes Irwin – 7

Jax van der Veen, Agnes Irwin – 7

Save percentage (75 percent or better, saves/goals allowed, must be a starter)

Sarah Murray, Chichester – 32/2, 94.1 percent

Gianna Pileggi, Episcopal Academy – 20/2, 90.9 percent

Rachael Pope, Delco Christian – 48/5, 90.5 percent

Darriel Bennett, Academy Park – 60/9, 87 percent

Rosie Kalis, Agnes Irwin – 13/2, 86.7 percent

Gabby Carlini, Notre Dame – 25/4, 86.2 percent

Megan Peterson, Marple Newtown – 48/8, 85.7 percent

Cara Connors, Bonner-Prendergast – 73/13, 83.0 percent

Katie Wyman, Haverford – 51/12. 81.0 percent

Hailey Valerio, Garnet Valley – 55/13, 80.9 percent

Kerri Mountz, Archbishop Carroll – 27/7, 79.4 percent

Brielle McQuiston, Penncrest – 63/17, 78.8 percent

Jess Hinchey, Interboro – 40/11, 78.4 percent

Ally Scanlon, Springfield – 68/20, 77.3 percent

Ashley Gubernick, Radnor – 75/23, 76.5 percent

Kerri Rickards, Upper Darby – 65/21, 75.6 percent

Saves (20 or more)

Ashley Gubernick, Radnor – 75

Cara Connors, Bonner-Prendergast – 73

Ally Scanlon, Springfield – 68

Kerri Rickards, Upper Darby – 65

Brielle McQuiston, Penncrest – 63

Darriel Bennett, Academy Park – 60

Natalie Hrabrick, Sacred Heart – 57

Hailey Valerio, Garnet Valley – 55

Katie Wyman, Haverford – 51

Rachael Pope, Delco Christian – 48

Megan Peterson, Marple Newtown – 48

Jess Hinchey, Interboro – 40

Caroline Boyd, Strath Haven – 34

Kerri Mountz, Archbishop Carroll – 27

Gabby Carlini, Notre Dame – 25

Gianna Pileggi, Episcopal Academy – 20

Shutouts (Two or more)

* A goalie must play the entire game to be credited with a shutout

Cara Connors, Bonner-Prendergast – 4

Liz Piszker, Cardinal O’Hara – 4

Gabby Carlini, Notre Dame – 3

Kerri Mountz, Archbishop Carroll – 3

Sarah Murray, Chichester – 3

Gianna Pileggi, Episcopal Academy – 3

Rachael Pope, Delco Christian – 3

Darriel Bennett, Academy Park – 2

Jess Hinchey, Interboro – 2

Caitlin Johnson, Ridley – 2

Megan Peterson, Marple Newtown – 2

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