RECAP: Records aren’t everything, goals, points, and more

FAN is looking around Pennsylvania to check in on high school field hockey action.


Here are a few highlights from the week of September 25:


District 1

Conestoga still sports an undefeated 12-0 record. Their closest game was against PAISAA school, the Academy of Notre Dame. The Pioneers won, 4-3.


District 2

Abington Heights has had a schedule of almost entirely shutouts. The Comets have one tie (Lackawanna Trail, 1-1), four total goals scored against them, five shutouts currently on their record, and nine games still left in the regular season.


Honesdale also has six shutouts for the season and a total of 60 team goals. Their closest game was against Lake Lehman, 2-1, and the Hornets tied against Lackawanna Trail, 3-3.



District 3

The majority of undefeated teams across the state reside in District 3. Oley Valley (10-0, 1A), West Perry (11-0, 1A), Wyomissing (9-0, 1A), Palmyra (9-0-1, 2A), Susquehannock (8-0-1, 2A), and Penn Manor (10-0-1) all have yet to take a loss this season.


When it’s time to celebrate, it’s time to celebrate. Central Dauphin East earned its first tie of the season. While the squad is currently 0-9-1, these athletes show up for their teammates. And, as you can see by their smiles, it’s all about the journey. Congrats, CD East! (Featured photo.)


West Perry’s Jordan Byers recently announced her commitment to Iowa. The Hawks are the No. 1 team in NCAA Division I. Byers seemingly is ready to fit in as she recently achieved 200 points in her junior year.


District 4

Midd-West is currently at the top of the 1A rankings with an 8-1 record, but their one loss came to the fifth-ranked Central Columbia (8-2-1). The Bluejays shut out the Mustangs, 4-0.


District 7

Pine-Richland is undefeated overall and in section play. Their record, 11-0, is supported by the 76 goals they’ve scored while only allowing 2 from their opponents.


District 11

Emmaus has claimed ten shutouts and four games with a score of 13-0. Their only loss came from Oak Knoll in New Jersey, 2-1. The Hornets have scored a total of 98 team goals this season as opposed to the five goals scored against them. It’s the first time in many, many seasons that Emmaus lost a regular season game.


District 12

Cardinal O’Hara and Archbishop Carroll are both currently atop the Philadelphia Catholic League standings with 3-0 conference records. The PCL leaders will play each other at Archbishop Carroll on October 6.


Photos: CD East, submitted by coaches; West Perry’s Jordan Byers, submitted by Jordan Byers

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