Monday, October 23, 2017

Field Hockey: Streaks keep rolling, claim HWS title

Warren Hills' field hockey team has navigated its way through a rigorous schedule and is looking to stay on a championship course heading into the most important part of the season.

With the NJSIAA sectional playoffs set to get underway today, the Blue Streaks started their title run on Saturday with a 1-0 win over Hunterdon Central to earn the Hunterdon-Warren-Sussex Tournament championship at Morrison Field in Hackettstown.

Warren Hills celebrates its sixth HWS title. (Courtesy of Warren Hills)
Warren Hills (18-2), which has won 13 in a row and scored a 4-1 win over Hunterdon Central on Sept. 9, claimed the program's sixth tri-county title and fourth in five years, winning three in a row before a 2-1 loss to Central in last year's final. Amazingly, the Streaks are 31-3 all-time in the tournament's nine-year history.

"We looked good," said first-year Streaks coach Josie Potter, whose team hasn't lost since a 1-0 setback to Madison in an independent game on Sept. 20. "[Hunterdon Central] is a very solid team. I told them, a lot of our players were looking for redemption [for last year's loss]."

Sophomore forward Samantha Dugan scored the winning goal -- her 17th of the season -- with an assist from senior midfielder Tali Popinko -- her seventh assist in the past 10 games -- at the 23:21 mark of the second half. Freshman star Ashley Moskal, who plays left back and was instrumental in the win on both ends of the field, according to Potter, was named the tournament MVP.

"She's our flyer on corners and has phenomenal footwork on the left side," Potter said. "So much so that [Hunterdon Central] started attacking on the right side. Ashley probably played our most well-rounded and consistent game. We gave up just one corner midway through the second half, and we had 17 in the game."

With one championship tucked away, Warren Hills now sets its sights on wrapping up the Skyland Conference Raritan Division title. The Streaks (13-0 in conference play) can secure their 10th division title and fifth in six years with a victory over Voorhees (at home Tuesday) or Phillipsburg (away in Wednesday) in the final regular-season matchups before the North 1, Group 3 sectional playoff opener at home on Friday.

With a win on Tuesday, though rainy weather is in the forecast, Warren Hills can be the first team in program history to defeat Voorhees three times in a season -- posting 2-1 wins on Sept. 22 and on Oct. 7 in the HWS quarterfinals. The fierce rivals have met three times in a season on just six other occasions in a series dating to 1975. The Streaks won the first two meetings against the Vikings in 2012 before a 2-0 loss in the HWS semifinals.

"It's going to be a great game," Potter said. "We still haven't clinched the [division title] so we have some unfinished business in the conference. Then we'll worry about the [state tournaments]."

Warren Hills, which enters the week six shy of the program record for consecutive wins in a season, is undoubtedly playing its best field hockey of the season, outscoring its opponents 53-6 during this winning streak. Senior forward Rebecca Sigman (22 goals) is eight shy of the school's single-season goals mark. Defensively, if you take away 6-1 loss to state power West Essex on Sept. 15, the unit has allowed just 9 goals and held opponents to one or fewer in the other 19 games.

As the top seed, Warren Hills will have home-field advantage throughout the sectional tournament, unlike a year ago when it had to travel to West Morris for the title game. The Streaks earned a hard-fought 2-1 win for its 14th sectional title and fifth in a row. Despite being a heavy favorite to reach the Group 3 final for a sixth straight season, the Streaks aren't looking that far down the road.

"We have to be ready to play anywhere and take it one game at a time," Potter said. "We can't look past anybody because every team is gunning for us."

Flick-ins


No team in the HWS area will finish winless this season as Kittatinny and North Hunterdon got on the board last week.

Kittatinny (2-16) went back-to-back with victories over Scotch Plains-Fanwood (1-0 on Thursday) and 2-1 over Mountain Lakes (on Saturday). The Cougars, who went 2-15-2 last year, won consecutive games for the first time since September 2015.

North Hunterdon (1-15) got off the schneid with a 5-4 win at Watchung Hills on Thursday in a Skyland Conference Raritan Division clash. Senior forward Becca Baucom scored three goals and leads the Lions with six overall. North had scored just three goals all season before the victory -- the first under coach Maria Bachert, who was previously served as the head coach at Watchung Hills.

Belvidere (13-5), which has won 10 of its last 12 games, will be looking to end a 20-year sectional title drought in a very interesting North 1, Group 1 field. The County Seaters, who are the No. 3 seed and will face the Newton-North Warren winner in the quarterfinals on Oct. 30, own wins over both teams this season. In all, six HWS schools reside in this section.

Wallkill Valley (16-2), which has two wins over Newton, the three-time defending sectional champion, is the No. 2 seed in North 1, Group 1. Rangers senior forward Morgan Carr leads all HWS scorers with 37 goals and has at least one in all but one game this season -- an 8-0 loss to Hackettstown on Sept. 26.

Delaware Valley (13-3-1), which is enjoying one of its best seasons in recent memory, is the No. 3 seed in a very tough North 2, Group 1 section. The Terriers, who have never won a sectional title, will face either South Hunterdon or Point Pleasant Boro in the quarters on Oct. 30. The winner of that one will likely see No. 2 Madison (15 sectional titles) in the semifinals. Shore Regional, which has won 24 titles, is the No. 1 seed.

Sunday, October 22, 2017

Field hockey: HWS schedule for Oct. 23-28

Monday, Oct. 23


(All games 4 p.m., unless noted)

NJSIAA playoffs

North 1, Group 2

High Point at Jefferson, 3 p.m.
Parsippany Hills at Vernon
Sparta at Parsippany

Independent

Wallkill Valley at West Milford

Tuesday, Oct. 24


(All games 4 p.m., unless noted)

NJSIAA playoffs

North 1, Group 1

Kittatinny at Pequannock
North Warren at Newton, 2 p.m.
Mountain Lakes at Lenape Valley

North 2, Group 1

South Hunterdon at Point Pleasant Boro, 3:30 p.m.

North 2, Group 4

North Hunterdon at Westfield, 2 p.m.

Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference

Pope John at Roxbury
Sparta at Parsippany Hills

Skyland Conference

Voorhees at Warren Hills, 3:45 p.m.

Wednesday, Oct. 25


(All games 4 p.m., unless noted)

Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference

Newton at Hackettstown, 6 p.m.
North Warren at High Point
Wallkill Valley at Lenape Valley, 5:30 p.m.

Skyland Conference

Bridgewater-Raritan at Hunterdon Central
Warren Hills at Phillipsburg, 3:45 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 26


(All games 3:45 p.m., unless noted)

NJSIAA playoffs

North 2, Group 2


Voorhees at South Plainfield, 3 p.m.

Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference

Kittatinny at Vernon

Independent

North Hunterdon at Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 4:30 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 27


NJSIAA playoffs

North 1, Group 3

Montville-Passaic Valley winner at Warren Hills

North 2, Group 2

Holmdel-Cranford winner at Hackettstown

Saturday, Oct. 28


(All games 11 a.m., unless noted)

NJSIAA playoffs

North 1, Group 4

Mount Olive at Phillipsburg

North 2, Group 4

North Hunterdon-Westfield winner at Hunterdon Central

Non-Public North

Pope John at Montclair Kimberley

Friday, October 20, 2017

Field hockey: HWS starting lineups, facts, prediction

Who: Warren Hills Blue Streaks vs. Hunterdon Central Red Devils.

What: Ninth annual Hunterdon-Warren-Sussex Tournament championship.

When: Saturday, 3 p.m.

Where: Morrison Field, Hackettstown High School.

Records: Warren Hills 17-2; Hunterdon Central 12-5-1.
Hunterdon Central celebrates its first HWS title in 2016.

Coaches: Josie Potter (1st season, 17-2); Jennifer Sponzo (19th season, 268-133-17).

Series history: Warren Hills, which owns a 41-29-10 edge dating to 1967, including a 4-1 victory at home on Sept. 9, had won 11 straight meetings before a 2-1 loss to Hunterdon Central in last year's title game. It was the Red Devils' first win in the series since a 1-0 decision at home in 2007, and they hold a 6-3 edge in county tournament matchups dating to the former Hunterdon-Warren event. Blue Streaks prevailed 2-1 in the 2015 final. This is the third meeting on a neutral field.

Previous champions: Newton/Warren Hills co-champs in 2009 (final was never played); Voorhees in 2010 and '12; Warren Hills in 2011, '13, '14 and '15; Hunterdon Central in '16.

Note: Here's a closer look at both teams with probable starting lineups:

Warren Hills Blue Streaks

How they got here: Beat Lenape Valley, 11-0, in first round; Voorhees, 2-1, in quarterfinals; Delaware Valley, 4-0, in semifinals.

Previous tournament history: Beat Delaware Valley, 8-2, in 2009 first round, Beat High Point, 4-0, in 2009 quarterfinals, Beat Pope John, 3-0 in 2009 semifinals; Beat Sparta, 6-0, in 2010 first round, Beat Wallkill Valley, 4-1, in 2010 quarterfinals, Beat Newton, 2-1 in overtime, in 2010 semifinals, Lost to Voorhees, 1-0, in 2010 championship game; Beat North Warren, 9-0, in 2011 first round, Beat Newton, 5-0, in 2011 quarterfinals, Beat Wallkill Valley, 8-1, in 2011 semifinals, Beat High Point, 3-1, in 2011 championship game; Beat Lenape Valley, 5-1, in 2012 first round, Beat Pope John, 8-0, in 2012 quarterfinals, Lost to Voorhees, 2-0, in 2012 semifinals; Beat Kittatinny, 6-0, in 2013 first round, Beat High Point, 3-0, in 2013 quarterfinals, Beat Voorhees, 2-1, in 2013 semifinals, Beat Hackettstown, 1-0, in 2013 final; Beat Wallkill Valley, 6-0, in 2014 first round; Beat Hackettstown, 3-0, in 2014 quarterfinals; Beat High Point, 8-0, in 2014 semifinals; Beat Voorhees, 5-0, in 2014 final; Beat Phillipsburg, 4-0, in 2015 quarterfinals; Beat Voorhees, 2-1, on strokes in 2015 semifinals; Beat Hunterdon Central, 2-1, in 2015 final; Beat Newton, 1-0, in 2016 quarterfinals; Beat High Point, 3-2, in 2016 semifinals; Lost to Hunterdon Central, 2-1, in 2016 final. Overall HWS record: 30-3.

Probable starting lineup: Sr. F Rebecca Sigman (22 goals-11 assists-55 points); So. F Samantha Dugan (16-8-40); Sr. F Alyssa Appleby (10-5-25); Sr. MF Tali Popinko (13-9-35); Sr. MF Mikayla Dugan (9-9-27); Sr. MF Rebecca Lezon (1-2-4); Fr. D Ashley Moskal (2-4-8); Sr. D Sydney Moskal (0-1-1); So. D Kate Fenner (0-0-0); D So. Jess DeSanto (0-0-0); Sr. GK Maggie Titus (77 saves, 9 shutouts, .846 save percentage, 0.78 goals against).

Hunterdon Central Red Devils

How they got here: Beat Pope John, 5-1, in first round; Wallkill Valley, 5-2, in quarterfinals; Hackettstown, 3-2, in overtime in semifinals.

Previous tournament history: Lost to High Point, 2-1, in 2009 first round; Lost to Newton, 2-1, in 2010 first round; Lost to Wallkill Valley, 5-1 in 2011 first round; Beat Sparta, 4-1, in 2012 first round; Beat Phillipsburg, 2-1, in 2012 quarterfinals; Lost to High Point, 1-0, in 2012 semifinals; Beat Newton, 6-0, in 2013 first round; Beat Sparta, 2-1, in 2013 quarterfinals; Lost to Hackettstown, 4-3 in overtime, in 2013 semifinals; Beat Pope John, 5-1, in 2014 first round; Beat Lenape Valley, 2-1 in overtime, in 2014 quarterfinals; Lost to Voorhees, 1-0, in 2014 semifinals; Beat North Hunterdon, 6-0, in 2015 preliminary round; Beat Wallkill Valley, 3-0, in 2015 first round; Beat Newton, 2-0, in 2015 quarterfinals; Beat Hackettstown, 1-0, in 2015 semifinals; Lost to Warren Hills, 2-1, in 2015 final; Beat Belvidere, 6-0, in 2016 quarterfinals; Beat Voorhees, 2-1 on strokes, in 2016 semifinals; Beat Warren Hills, 2-1, in 2016 final. Overall HWS record: 18-7.

Probable starting lineup: Sr. F Brittany Bill (12 goals-20 assists-44 points); Sr. F Colleen Barrett (10-4-24); Jr. F Rachel Stone (7-3-17); Sr. F Kali Huck (6-1-13); Jr. MF Emily Brandt (11-1-23); Sr. MF Nikki Peppe (2-0-4); Sr. MF Alexa Zubalake (2-0-4); Sr. D Lauren Howarth (0-0-0); Sr. D Brooke Riedy (0-0-0); Sr. D Sadie Strober (0-0-0); Jr. GK Gabby Puskas (127 saves, 5 shutouts, .789 save percentage, 1.89 goals against).

Analysis: Warren Hills, which is the No. 3 seed, is making a tournament-record eighth finals appearance and fifth in a row since losing in the 2012 semifinals. The Blue Streaks, a tournament-best 30-3 overall in tri-county games, are red-hot right now, having won 12 in a row since a 1-0 loss to Madison on Sept. 20 and clinching at least a share of the Skyland Conference Raritan Division title with a 7-0 win over North Hunterdon on Tuesday. During the current win streak, the Streaks have outscored their opponents, 53-6, while posting six shutouts. Sigman, who has given the program a 20-goal scorer for the 13th time in its 53-year history and is eight shy of matching the school's single-season record, has at least one goal in 11 of her last 12 games, while Popinko, a Temple recruit, has notched at least one goal or an assist nine of the last 10 games. Hunterdon Central, which is the fifth seed, is playing in the program's third straight tri-county title game after three consecutive losses in the semifinals in 2012-14. The Red Devils, who are making back-to-back-to-back appearances in a county final since the program's three straight trips to the Hunterdon-Warren title games in 1996-98, have never won consecutive county championships. Central, which won five H-W crowns, notched its first title in either tournament since 2003 a year ago. Defense, which is giving up nearly two goals per game, will be key again in order for Central to pull off another championship. That won't be an easy task against a Warren Hills offense that likes to spread the ball around and is averaging just over four goals per game (81 total goals in 19 games) and has been held to just one goal or fewer twice this season. For the Streaks, shutting down Bill -- Central's biggest offensive threat who didn't play in the loss to Hills earlier this season -- will be a priority. Central is always well coached and you can expect this team to be ready for the challenge. The rematch will be much closer, but Warren Hills is playing its best hockey of the season. It's likely a one-goal margin until the Streaks pop one in late to seal it.

Pick: Warren Hills, 3-1.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Field hockey: HWS sectional playoff pairings, seeds

Pairings and seeds for the upcoming NJSIAA sectional tournaments involving 18 teams from the Hunterdon-Warren-Sussex area.

The tournaments begin with preliminary round games on Monday.

Warren Hills celebrates its North 1, Group 3 title in 2016.
Warren Hills (17-2), seeking the program's sixth straight sectional title and 15th overall, drew the No. 1 seed in North 1, Group 3, while Voorhees (12-4), which captured its first sectional title since 2006 last season, is the No. 5 seed in North 2, Group 2. Hackettstown (11-4), which dropped a 3-0 decision to top-seeded Rumson-Fair Haven on Oct. 3, is the No. 3 seed in that bracket.

Newton (8-6), which seeks a fourth straight sectional title, is the No. 6 seed in North 1, Group 1. Wallkill Valley (15-2), which hasn't won a title since 2006, is the No. 2 seed, while Belvidere (11-5) is the No. 3 seed in that section. Both teams own wins over Newton this season.

Pairings were determined using power points.

North 1

Group 4

(Games played on Oct. 24, Oct. 28, Nov. 1 and Nov. 3)

9-Hackensack at 8-Columbia, winner to meet 1-Morristown
5-Mount Olive at 4-Phillipsburg
6-Ridge at 3-Montclair
7-Morris Knolls at 2-Randolph

Group 3

(Games played on Oct. 23, Oct. 27, Oct. 31 and Nov. 2)

9-Montville at 8-Passaic Valley, winner to meet 1-Warren Hills
5-Wayne Valley at 4-Mendham
6-Wayne Hills at 3-Chatham
10-Roxbury at 7-Northern Highlands, winner to meet 2-West Morris

Group 2

(Games played on Oct. 23, Oct. 26, Oct. 31 and Nov. 2)

9-High Point at 8-Jefferson, winner to meet 1-West Essex
12-Parsippany Hills at 5-Vernon, winner to meet at 4-Westwood
11-Sparta at 6-Parsippany, winner to meet 3-West Milford
10-River Dell at 7-Demarest, winner to meet 2-Lakeland

Group 1

(Games played on Oct. 24, Oct. 30, Nov. 1 and Nov. 3)

9-Whippany Park at 8-Pompton Lakes, winner to meet 1-Ramsey
12-Kittatinny at 5-Pequannock, winner to meet 4-Boonton
11-North Warren at 6-Newton, winner to meet 3-Belvidere
10-Mountain Lakes at 7-Lenape Valley, winner to meet 2-Wallkill Valley

North 2

Group 4

(Games played on Oct. 24, Oct. 28, Nov. 1 and Nov. 3)

9-Franklin at 8-Montgomery, winner to meet 1-Bridgewater-Raritan
5-Piscataway at 4-East Brunswick
11-Watchung Hills at 6-Hillsborough, winner to meet 3-Old Bridge
10-North Hunterdon at 7-Westfield, winner to meet 2-Hunterdon Central

Group 2

(Games played on Oct. 23, Oct. 26, Oct. 31 and Nov. 2)

9-Somerville at 8-Raritan, winner to meet 1-Rumson-Fair Haven
5-Voorhees at 4-South Plainfield
11-Holmdel at 6-Cranford, winner to meet 3-Hackettstown
10-Matawan at 7-Governor Livingston, winner to meet 2-Bernards

Group 1

(Games played on Oct. 24, Oct. 30, Nov. 1 and Nov. 3)

9-Henry Hudson at 8-Bordentown, winner to meet 1-Shore
12-New Egypt at 5-Metuchen
13-Keyport at 4-Johnson
11-South Hunterdon at 6-Point Pleasant Boro, winner to meet 3-Delaware Valley
10-Florence at 7-Glen Ridge, winner to meet 2-Madison

Non-Public North

(Games played on Oct. 28, Nov. 1, Nov. 4 and Nov. 8)

9-St. Elizabeth at 8-Mount St. Dominic, winner to meet 1-Oak Knoll
12-Koinonia at 5-St. John Vianney, winner to meet 4-Pingry
11-Pope John at 6-Montclair Kimberley, winner to meet 3-Kent Place
10-Newark Academy at 7-Dwight-Englewood, winner to meet 2-Morristown-Beard

Complete tournament schedule:

Monday, Oct. 23 -- NJSIAA preliminaries Groups 2-3
Tuesday, Oct. 24 -- NJSIAA preliminaries Groups 1-4
Thursday, Oct. 26 -- NJSIAA quarterfinals Group 2
Friday, Oct. 27 -- NJSIAA quarterfinals Group 3
Saturday, Oct. 28 -- NJSIAA quarterfinals Group 4 and Non-Public preliminaries

Monday, Oct. 30 -- NJSIAA quarterfinals Group 1
Tuesday, Oct. 31 -- NJSIAA semifinals Groups 2-3
Wednesday, Nov. 1 -- NJSIAA semifinals Groups 1-4 and Non-Public quarterfinals
Thursday, Nov. 2 -- NJSIAA sectional finals Groups 2-3
Friday, Nov. 3 -- NJSIAA sectional finals Groups 1-4
Saturday, Nov. 4 -- Non-Public sectional semifinals

Tuesday, Nov. 7 -- NJSIAA state semifinals
Wednesday, Nov. 8 -- Non-Public sectional finals
Saturday, Nov. 11 -- NJSIAA Group finals at Bordentown

Monday, Nov. 13 -- Tournament of Champions play-in
Wednesday, Nov. 15 -- Tournament of Champions semifinals
Friday, Nov. 17 -- Tournament of Champions final at Kean University

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Field hockey: HWS schedule Oct. 16-21

Monday, Oct. 16


(All games 4 p.m., unless noted)

Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference

Mountain Lakes at High Point
Lenape Valley at Sparta
North Warren at Boonton, 6:30 p.m.
Morris Hills at Vernon, 6 p.m.
Morris Knolls at Wallkill Valley

Skyland Conference

North Hunterdon at Phillipsburg, 3:45 p.m.

Independent

Oak Knoll at Hunterdon Central, 5:15 p.m.
Stuart Country Day at South Hunterdon, 6:30 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 17


(All games 3:45 p.m., unless noted)

Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference

Kittatinny at Mendham, 4 p.m.
Sparta at Pope John

Skyland Conference

Bernards at Delaware Valley, 4:15 p.m.
Montgomery at Phillipsburg
South Hunterdon at Mount St. Mary
Voorhees at Watchung Hills
Warren Hills at North Hunterdon, 5:30 p.m.

Wednesday, Oct. 18


(All games 4 p.m., unless noted)

Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference

Hackettstown at Lenape Valley
High Point at Vernon
Wallkill Valley at Newton, 7 p.m.

Independent

North Warren at Belvidere, 6:30 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 19


(All games 4 p.m., unless noted)

Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference

Montville at Pope John
Sparta at Jefferson, 6 p.m.

Skyland Conference

Hillsborough at Hunterdon Central, 5:30 p.m.
Montgomery at Voorhees, 3:45 p.m.
North Hunterdon at Watchung Hills, 3:45 p.m.
Belvidere at North Plainfield, 3:45 p.m.

Independent

Scotch Plains-Fanwood at Kittatinny
Phillipsburg at Easton (Pa.)
Blair Academy at Delaware Valley, 4:30 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 20


Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference

Hackettstown at Morristown, 4 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 21


(All games 10 a.m., unless noted)

Hunterdon-Warren-Sussex Tournament

Hunterdon Central vs. Warren Hills in championship at Hackettstown, 3 p.m.

Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference

Mountain Lakes at Kittatinny
Morris Knolls at Lenape Valley

Skyland Conference

Phillipsburg at North Hunterdon

Friday, October 13, 2017

Field hockey: Hunterdon-Warren-Sussex standings

 (Through Friday's games)
Skyland Conference
Delaware Division
Overall
Division
x-Bridgewater-Raritan
(13-2)
(11-1)
Hunterdon Central
(10-4-1)
(7-4-1)
Pingry
(7-5)
(6-5)
Hillsborough
(5-8)
(4-7)
Ridge
(6-10)
(4-8)
Raritan Division
Overall
Division
Warren Hills
(15-2)
(12-0)
Voorhees
(11-4)
(10-2)
Montgomery
(6-9)
(5-7)
Phillipsburg
(6-8-1)
(3-7-1)
North Hunterdon
(0-11)
(0-10)
Watchung Hills
(0-13)
(0-11)
Valley Division
Overall
Division
y-Bernards
(15-1-1)
(9-0)
Delaware Valley
(13-1)
(7-1)
Somerville
(7-8)
(4-5)
Franklin
(3-9-1)
(1-7-1)
Mountain Division
Overall
Division
x-Belvidere
(10-5)
(7-1)
South Hunterdon
(5-7)
(4-5)
Mount St. Mary
(3-9-1)
(1-7-1)
North Plainfield
(0-10-2)
(0-7-2)
Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference
Freedom Division
Overall
Division
y-Hackettstown
(10-3)
(4-1)
Vernon
(8-5-2)
(2-1-2)
High Point
(4-6-2)
(1-3-1)
Lenape Valley
(5-7-1)
(1-3-1)
American Division
Overall
Division
Mount Olive
(8-5)
(5-0)
Jefferson
(8-6)
(4-1)
Sparta
(4-11)
(3-3)
Pope John
(3-12-1)
(2-4)
Morris Hills
(0-16)
(0-6)
Colonial Division
Overall
Division
y-Wallkill Valley
(13-2)
(5-0)
Newton
(7-5)
(4-1)
North Warren
(5-10)
(2-4)
Kittatinny
(0-14)
(0-6)
x-division champion
y-clinched share of division title

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Field hockey: HWS scoring leaders

(Through Tuesday's games)

Minimum 12 points

Player
School
Goals
Assists
Points
Morgan Carr
Wallkill Valley
25
5
55
Rebecca Sigman
Warren Hills
17
9
43
Brittany Bill
Hunterdon Central
11
17
39
Samantha Dugan
Warren Hills
14
7
35
Cassie Boyce
Voorhees
12
10
34
Kayla Cichar
Hackettstown
11
4
26
Erin Shaw
Voorhees
10
6
26
Tali Popinko
Warren Hills
9
7
25
Abby Bronico
Belvidere
12
1
25
Katie Yarussi
Pope John
10
5
25
Fiona Blake
Wallkill Valley
8
8
24
Laura Chen
Voorhees
9
5
23
Madeline Bill
Delaware Valley
6
11
23
Kelsey O'Connor
Delaware Valley
10
3
23
Melissa Kosar
Phillipsburg
11
0
22
Emily Brandt
Hunterdon Central
10
1
21
Ashley Zellars
Hackettstown
8
4
20
Colleen Barrett
Hunterdon Central
8
4
20
Mikayla Dugan
Warren Hills
7
6
20
Jordan Vandermark
Hackettstown
8
3
19
Brooke Hyland
Voorhees
8
3
19
Gabby Dudek
Phillipsburg
9
1
19
Megan Donnelly
Delaware Valley
6
6
18
Victoria Docherty
Newton
7
4
18
Angie Santini
Belvidere
8
2
18
Madison Hoskins
Hackettstown
5
7
17
Alyssa Appleby
Warren Hills
7
3
17
Maddie Call
Belvidere
5
6
16
Cameron Sacco
Pope John
7
2
16
Morgan Mendel
Newton
6
3
15
Carlie Van Tassel
Vernon
6
3
15
Rachel Stone
Hunterdon Central
7
1
15
Kristen Bill
Delaware Valley
5
4
14
Sarah Matyas
Voorhees
6
2
14
Olivia Zmyewski
Belvidere
5
4
14
Lauren Barbato
Newton
3
7
13
Megan Doyle
Hackettstown
5
2
12
Sarah Babcock
Delaware Valley
4
4
12
Emilee Hamler
Vernon
6
0
12