Thursday, October 30, 2014

Field hockey: HWS scoring leaders

   (Through Wednesday's games)

   Minimum 15 points

Player
School
Goals
Assists
Points
Kathryn Roncoroni
Voorhees
41
16
98
Sydney Muntone
Warren Hills
27
17
71
Carleen O'Connell
Pope John
22
7
51
Dani Profita
Warren Hills
18
15
51
Kendall Nickel
Hunterdon Central
20
8
48
Rhett Curran
Sparta
18
11
47
Alexis Ambrosino
Kittatinny
18
8
44
Nikki Profita
Warren Hills
15
12
42
Jessica Nissen
Warren Hills
18
5
41
Erin Sassaman
Belvidere
17
2
36
Kailey Dalgauer
Hunterdon Central
13
7
33
Maddie Freeman
Hunterdon Central
12
8
32
Hannah Ryan
Voorhees
13
4
30
Amanda Crampton
Warren Hills
8
13
29
Megan Thompson
Warren Hills
11
7
29
Kassidy Forik
Lenape Valley
12
4
28
Kelly Healy
Hackettstown
11
3
25
Jessica Towey
North Warren
8
8
24
Taylor Barrett
Hunterdon Central
9
6
24
Natalie Rivas
Newton
10
3
23
Holly Reznik
Kittatinny
10
3
23
Megan Stevens
North Warren
8
7
23
Alyssa Falleni
Lenape Valley
11
0
22
Hannah Schiavo
Voorhees
8
6
22
Morgan Carr
Wallkill Valley
9
4
22
Katie Thompson
Warren Hills
5
12
22
Kylie Marhold
Phillipsburg
8
6
22
Allie Brouhard
Warren Hills
8
5
21
Abby Tracey
Sparta
7
7
21
Molly Gorczyca
Hackettstown
6
8
20
Gretchen Bowie
Sparta
6
8
20
Jackie Hallack
Sparta
7
5
19
Danielle Seabeck
Wallkill Valley
8
1
17
Sally Olson
Lenape Valley
6
4
16
Kara Tipton
Belvidere
5
6
16
Christina Chernati
Kittatinny
5
6
16
Abby Flagler
Voorhees
4
8
16
Kayli Yeisley
Hackettstown
7
2
16
Baylee Vozza
Pope John
3
9
15
Ellie Zgoda
Phillipsburg
7
1
15

Monday, October 27, 2014

Field hockey: HWS schedule for Oct. 27-Nov. 1

Monday, Oct. 27


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

NJSIAA playoffs

North 1, Group 4

North Hunterdon at Columbia
Union at Phillipsburg, 2 p.m.

Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference

Pope John at Sparta
Vernon at Parsippany Hills

Tuesday, Oct. 28


(All first-round games 2 p.m.)

NJSIAA playoffs

North 1, Group 2

High Point at Lakeland

North 1, Group 1

North Warren at Belvidere
Mountain Lakes at Wallkill Valley

North 2, Group 1

Keyport at South Hunterdon

Regular season

Skyland Conference

North Hunterdon at Warren Hills, 5:15 p.m.
Franklin at Voorhees, 3:45 p.m.
Bridgewater at Hunterdon Central, 3:45 p.m.

Independent

Northern Highlands at Kittatinny, 3 p.m.

Wednesday, Oct. 29


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

Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference

Sparta at Mount Olive
Morris Hills at Vernon

Skyland Conference

Delaware Valley at Hunterdon Central, 3:45 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 30


NJSIAA playoffs

(Both quarterfinals 2 p.m.)

North 1, Group 3

Montville at Sparta

North 2, Group 3

Hopewell Valley at Warren Hills

Regular season

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

Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference

Newton at Pope John
Hackettstown at High Point
North Warren at Kittatinny
Lenape Valley at Jefferson

Skyland Conference

Somerville at Delaware Valley, 3:45 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 31


NJSIAA playoffs

North 1, Group 4

Phillipsburg at Randolph, 2 p.m.

North 2, Group 4

East Brunswick at Hunterdon Central, 3:45 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 1


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

NJSIAA playoffs

North 1, Group 1

North Warren at Newton
Pequannock at Kittatinny
Wallkill Valley at Lenape Valley

North 1, Group 2

Parsippany Hills-Parsippany winner at Hackettstown

Non-Public North

Mount St. Dominic at Pope John, 10 a.m.

NJSIAA preview: Streaks, Vikes eyeing bigger prize

If you want the rainbow, you must have the rain.

Voorhees' field hockey team must now find a way to weather the storm after Saturday's 5-0 loss to Warren Hills in the Hunterdon-Warren-Sussex final. At 16-2-2, coach Taylor Webb's team has plenty to play as the top seed in the North 2, Group 2 playoffs that begin later this week.

It's hard to believe, but it's been eight years since the Vikings won the last of their six sectional titles, beating Ocean Township, 1-0, on the road in 2006. Speaking of '06, that's also the last year for a title in Sussex County (Wallkill Valley in North 1, Group 2).

Without a top-tier team like West Essex standing in the way, this should be the year that Voorhees, ends the sectional title drought. Delaware Valley (7-9-1), which has two losses to Voorhees, 4-0 and 5-1, is the No. 4 seed in North 2, Group 2.

A rugged schedule, that included games over state powers West Essex, Shore Regional and Warren Hills, should have the Vikes primed for a deep run in the postseason.

"It's nothing we haven't seen before. It's just a matter of choosing to show up and play," Webb said following Saturday's loss. "We only have two losses [also a 2-1 defeat against Bernards on Oct. 14] to good teams. We need to adjust and move forward."

Junior forward Kathryn Roncoroni with her team-leading 39 goals, also the school's single-season record, lead an offense that was stymied in the HWS final. Senior Hannah Ryan and sophomore midfielder Hannah Schiavo are also talented players.

Senior goalie Lauren Pianucci anchors a very strong Voorhees defense that had produced 13 shutouts and had allowed just nine goals through 19 games until yielding five on Saturday. Despite the score against Warren Hills, Pianucci, whose older sister Kimmie was an outstanding goalie for the Vikes and is now at Columbia University, played a solid game, making 11 saves and keeping her team in the game until a second-half surge put it out of reach.

"Lauren is just so amazingly talented. She comes to play every game," Webb said. "She stopped direct shots and some great shots that would have been goals."

Warren Hills had heard it every year since 1996 -- when will the Warren County school claim its first Group 3 title. This year's Blue Streaks are bound and determined to end the 0-8 skid in state finals, starting with capturing its 12th sectional title.

Coach Laurie Kerr's team is the No. 2 seed in the North 2, Group 3 draw and will host either Hopewell Valley or Red Bank Regional in the quarters.

Senior forward Sydney Muntone made school history on Saturday with her record-setting 73rd career goal and 200th point. With 25 goals on the year, she needs three more to break Lindsey Schott's single-season mark of 27 set in 201, and Muntone is four assists away from unseating Niki Miller (57 from 2009-12) as the Streaks' all-time leader in that category.

"It feels almost better to do the work," Muntone said of helping to create the goal rather than to score. "Assists are very important."

Muntone wasn't even aware of her gawdy stats until recently and the Drexel commit is alongside some elite company when it comes to Blue Streaks' hockey, joining Schott and Miller atop the lists, which also include former stars Kate Alleger, Toni Popinko, Megan Springmeyer, Lori Toole, Gail Petteruti and a host of others.

"It's an honor. They're all amazing players," Muntone said. "It's great to know I'm up there as well. I could never have done this without the support of [my teammates]."

Seaters in North 1, Group 1 mix


Watch out for Belvidere in a wide open North 1, Group 1 draw. Despite being the No. 8 seed, coach Beth Franceschino's team, which captured its first Skyland Conference Mountain Division title on Saturday, is a dangerous opponent.

The County Seaters (10-7-1) will get a rematch with No. 9 North Warren in the opening round on Tuesday. The Patriots earned a 3-0 win in their regular-season meeting on Sept. 20, keeping Belvidere senior forward Erin Sassaman (17 goals) off the board. North Warren (9-7-1) is one of the hottest teams in the area having won five in a row -- including four straight shutouts -- since a 1-0 loss to Newton on Oct. 7.

The winner of that one advances to meet No. 1 Newton (9-5-4), which is seeking its ninth sectional title and first under veteran coach Lisa Bechtel, on Saturday. The Braves, who are tied with Vernon for the most titles in Sussex County with eight, won their last in 1986, and have beaten North Warren twice this season -- 3-0 on Sept. 5 and 1-0.

In addition, Lenape Valley (12-5) and Kittatinny (11-6-1) are the Nos. 2 and 3 seeds, respectively, in this section, while Wallkill Valley is the No. 7. It's been a strange year in the county as NJAC Freedom Division champion Lenape owns a win over Kittatinny, but has two losses to Newton. Conversely, Kittatinny has beaten Newton twice this season en route to winning the Colonial Division title.

Flick ins


Phillipsburg, the No. 5 seed, is hosting No. 12 Union today in the opening round of the North 1, Group 4 playoffs. A win for the Stateliners (6-10-2) would set up a rematch with No. 4 Randolph in the quarters. Last year, the Rams posted a 4-0 win at home.

Sparta, a No. 4 seed, aims to make its own history when it hosts No. 5 Montville in a North 1, Group 3 quarterfinal on Thursday at 2 p.m. The Spartans are the longest-running program in Sussex County and the only active one without a sectional title. It's been a great success story for third-year coach Kristin Lindsley, who inherited a team that was coming off an 0-16 season and had scored just two goals in 2011. Sparta can clinch its first NJAC American Division title with a win over Pope John today.

Counting the three titles won by Franklin (now Wallkill Valley), Sussex County teams have won 38 sectional titles overall, the last by Wallkill Valley in 2006. Lenape Valley is looking for its first since 1990, while Kittatinny hasn't won one since '95. Pope John, a No. 7 seed in Non-Public North, won its only championship in '96.

Hackettstown drew the No. 3 seed in North 1, Group 2, while High Point is the No. 9 seed in the section. The Tigers have never won a sectional title, while High Point has five, the last coming in 2002. The heavy favorites to win this year are West Essex and Madison, the Nos. 1 and 2 seeds, respectively. West Essex has won a state record 32 sectional championships, including 13 under current coach Jill Cosse, whose teams are 369-30-12 in her 18 seasons. Madison boasts 12, but the last was in 2009.

Hunterdon Central, which has won 13 sectional titles, is one shy of matching South Hunterdon for the overall lead among Skyland Conference schools. However, the Red Devils' task this year is more daunting with nemesis Bridgewater-Raritan in the same draw. Seems like this is the case every other year or so as the Panthers keep shuffling between North 1 and North 2, Group 4.

Central won North 2 titles in 2011 and '13, but lost to Bridgewater in the 2012 sectional semifinals. Coach Jenn Sponzo is 8-18-2 all-time vs. Bridgewater and ended a 13-game losing streak with a 2-1 win in the first of two regular-season clashes in 2013. The Panthers, who have claimed nine straight sectional titles since 2005, won their meetings in the Group 4 semifinals in 2011, '13 and '14.

The rivals will meet on Tuesday in a Skyland Conference Delaware Division clash. Bridgewater needs a win to clinch the title outright, while Central can gain a share with a victory. The Panthers scored a 7-2 victory at home in the last meeting on Oct. 7.

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Field hockey: Streaks storm past Vikes for HWS title

HACKETTSTOWN -- Dani Profita watched most of last year's Hunterdon-Warren-Sussex Tournament final from the bench after getting whacked just below her right knee with a stick and sustaining a laceration that required several stitches.

But the Warren Hills sophomore forward certainly gave her team a leg up this time around -- scoring three goals in helping the Blue Streaks repeat as champions in an impressive 5-0 win over archrival Voorhees at Morrison Field.

For her efforts, Profita was named the Most Valuable Player of the championship game. Her older sister, senior midfielder Nikki Profita, took home the honors after last year's 1-0 win over Hackettstown.

"I'm so happy. This is so great," said Dani Profita, who has worked back from an offseason ACL injury to regain her status one of the top young players in West Jersey. "I feel 100 percent and I was motivated to come back stronger for these moments. The team played so well."

Warren Hills (17-3) was on top of its game from the very start. Veteran coach Laurie Kerr's team came out on fire and got on the board early with Dani Profita's first goal -- one of three for the Streaks off penalty corners -- just 2:41 into the contest. What was expected to be a tight and hard-fought battle quickly went out the window when Nikki Profita, who assisted on the first goal, made it a 2-0 lead with her 14th goal of the season with 17:09 left in the second half.

"After we got the second goal, we kicked it into high gear," Dani Profita said.

The Streaks certainly did -- adding three more goals over the next 15 minutes to run away with the program's fourth title in the tri-county tournament's six year history. All of the titles have come in the expanded tourney after not winning any championships in the former Hunterdon-Warren version.

"In 2009, we got turf [on our home field] and it's helped us maintain a consistent level of play," said Kerr, now 10-17-3 all-time against Voorhees in her 15 seasons. "I feel like the program has continually gotten stronger. [Today] we had great execution and when we scored that second goal, I was able to take a deep breath. It seemed our intensity continued to skyrocket."

Voorhees (16-2-2) was unable to match that intensity and was never able to maintain any kind of pressure or rhythm, while playing well at times in short spurts. It was very uncharacteristic for coach Taylor Webb's team, which had tied state powers West Essex and Shore Regional earlier this season and was shut out for the first time this season while yielding a season-high five goals on Saturday.

It was the most goals ever scored by a Warren Hills team in the all-time series and the most lopsided result other than Voorhees' 4-0 win in 1993. In the 34 meetings since that one coming in, all were decided by three goals or fewer, sans three ties. The Vikes still own a 30-20-6 edge in the series dating to 1975.

"We lost today not playing our best and it's not a good feeling to have," said Webb, a former star player for the Vikings who also coached the 2010 and '12 teams to HWS titles on this field. "I'm at a loss. It's a matter of showing up and choosing to play. We just have to adjust and move forward.

"It was a mental switch we never turned on. [Early in the second half] we had an eight- to 10-minute span where we didn't capitalize on. I think this is the best Warren Hills team I've seen or played against."

Not to be lost in the shuffle was a record-setting day for Warren Hills senior forward Sydney Muntone, who became the program's career goals leader at 73 by notching her 25th of the season with 9:41 left to play to surpass Lindsey Schott's total of 72.

"To be completely honest, I didn't even know I was close until about a week-and-a-half ago," said Muntone, a Drexel commit who also supplanted Schott as the Streaks' all-time points leader (200) with that goal. I don't pay attention to stats. It's a team thing. It's not one person."

Defensively, Warren Hills was able to shut down Voorhees' leading scorer, junior forward Kathryn Roncoroni, who entered the game with a tri-county best 39 goals. Senior backs Amanda Crampton, Allie Brouhard and Amanda Oberly, along with junior Rachel Phillips, helped out sophomore goalie Jackie de Raismes by allowing just two shots-on goal the entire game.

"We work so well together," said Phillips, who admitted that there was no designed game plan to stymie Roncoroni. "We play better when we just play our game."

"We have a very strong defense," Kerr said. "We have three seniors and a junior, Rachel, who is a Division I prospect  and the others are all going to play at the next level. "We have a sophomore goalie, who stepped up and made some nice saves."

Leading just 1-0 at the half, Nikki Profita's goal gave Warren Hills, now 3-5 all-time against Voorhees in county games, some much needed breathing room.

"We wanted [the title] really bad this year," said Profita, a Rutgers commit whose teams have won three titles in her four years. "I couldn't be more proud of [sister Dani]. She had a great game."

Voorhees (16-2-2)                       0                  0              --    0
Warren Hills (17-3)                     1                  4              --    5

Scoring

First half -- WH, Dani Profita, 17th, (Nikki Profita), 27:19.

Second half -- WH, N. Profita, 14th, (Allie Brouhard), 17:09; WH, D. Profita, 18th, (Megan Thompson), 10:44; WH, Sydney Muntone, 25th, (M. Thompson), 9:41; WH, D. Profita, 19th, (Katie Thompson), 2:24.

Shots -- Voorhees 2; Warren Hills 16.

Saves -- Lauren Pianucci 11 (V); Jackie de Raismes 2 (WH).

Penalty corners -- Voorhees 4; Warren Hills 13.

Friday, October 24, 2014

Field hockey: HWS starting lineups, facts, prediction

Who: Voorhees Vikings vs. Warren Hills Blue Streaks.

What: Sixth annual Hunterdon-Warren-Sussex Tournament.

When: Saturday, 2 p.m.

Where: Morrison Field, Hackettstown High School.

Records: Voorhees 16-1-2; Warren Hills 16-3.

Coaches: Taylor Webb (fourth season, 59-15-3); Laurie Kerr (15th season, 257-70-12).

Series history: Voorhees owns a 30-19-6 edge dating to 1975, but has dropped four of the last six meetings, including a 2-1 loss at home in the last meeting between these rivals in the 2013 HWS semifinals. Warren Hills is 9-17-3 against its nemesis during Kerr's tenure. The Blue Streaks are 2-5 all-time against the Vikes in county tournament matchups.

Previous Champions: Newton/Warren Hills co-champs in 2009 (final was never played); Voorhees in 2010 and '12; Warren Hills in 2011 and '13.

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

Voorhees Vikings

How they got here: Beat North Hunterdon, 5-0, in first round; Newton, 4-0, in quarterfinals; Hunterdon Central, 1-0, in semifinals.

Previous tournament history: Beat Kittatinny, 3-0, in 2009 first round, Beat Hackettstown, 3-0, in 2009 quarterfinals; Lost to Newton, 2-1 in double overtime, in 2009 semifinals; Beat Delaware Valley, 3-0, in 2010 first round, Beat North Hunterdon, 1-0, in 2010 quarterfinals, Beat High Point, 1-0, in 2010 semifinals, Beat Warren Hills, 1-0, in 2010 final; Beat Kittatinny, 2-0, in 2011 first round, Lost to Wallkill Valley, 1-0, in 2011 quarterfinals; Beat Kittatinny, 2-0, in 2012 first round, Beat Wallkill Valley, 3-0, in 2012 quarterfinals, Beat Warren Hills, 2-0, in 2012 semifinals, Beat High Point, 1-0, in 2012 final; Beat Wallkill Valley, 3-0, in 2013 first round, Beat Lenape Valley, 3-2 in overtime, in 2013 quarterfinals, Lost to Warren Hills, 2-1, in 2013 semifinals. Overall HWS record: 16-3.

Probable starting lineup: Jr. F Kathryn Roncoroni (39 goals-14 assists-92 points); Sr. F Hannah Ryan (12-4-28); Sr. F Abby Flagler (3-8-14); Jr. F Jenna Smego (5-2-12); So. MF Hannah Schiavo (7-6-20); So. MF Isabelle Houser (2-10-14); Jr. MF-D Samantha Nicol (1-2-4); Jr. D Morgan McCord (0-1-1); Jr. D Hannah Parnham (0-0-0); Jr. D Gillian Panreck (0-0-0); Sr. GK Lauren Pianucci (56 saves, 6 1/2 shutouts, .918 save percentage, 0.26 goals against); Sr. GK Charlee Wood (14 saves, 6 1/2 shutouts, .737 save percentage, 0.29 goals against).

Warren Hills Blue Streaks

How they got here: Beat Wallkill Valley, 6-0, in first round; Hackettstown, 3-0, in quarterfinals; High Point, 8-0, 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. Overall HWS record: 19-2.

Probable starting lineup: Sr. F Sydney Muntone (24 goals-17 assists-65 points); So. F Dani Profita (16-13-45); Sr. F Jessica Nissen (15-5-35); Sr. MF Nikki Profita (13-10-36); Jr. MF Katie Thompson (4-11-19); Jr. MF Julie DeSanto (0-1-1); Sr. D Amanda Crampton (8-12-28); Sr. D Allie Brouhard (8-4-20); Jr. D Rachel Phillips (2-1-5); Sr. D Amanda Oberly (0-0-0); So. GK Jackie de Raismes (54 saves, 13 shutouts, .771 save percentage, 0.98 goals against).

Analysis: Finally the matchup we've been waiting for all season. These bitter rivals cruised to the championship game with neither squad yielding a goal in getting here. This game will boil down to whether Voorhees' stout defense can keep Warren Hills' high-powered offense in check. The Blue Streaks, who just claimed their fourth straight Skyland Conference division title on Thursday, have scored an impressive 109 goals this season for an average of 5.7 per contest. Leading the way is Muntone, a Drexel commit, who sports a team-high 24 goals (three shy of the school's single-season mark) and 17 assists. She enters this one tied with Lindsey Schott as the school's all-time record holders in goals and points with 72 and 198, respectively, and is three assists shy of matching Niki Miller for that all-time mark. Senior center midfielder Nikki Profita (Rutgers), along with Crampton (East Stroudsburg) and Brouhard (Sacred Heart) are also Division I recruits. Profita was the MVP of last year's title game, while junior forward Megan Thompson has scored 11 goals off the bench this season. Warren Hills' defense is also very strong, having allowed just three goals in the last nine games, just like its tri-county final opponent. Voorhees also can put the ball in the cage, as junior forward Kathryn Roncoroni has shattered the school's single-season goals mark of 33 that she shared with Colleen Boyce by scoring 39 to date. But it's defensively where the Vikes usually make their living and this year is no exception as the unit has yielded just nine goals all season while producing 13 shutouts in 19 games. Karma usually goes a long way in this rivalry so consider that both of Voorhees' tri-county titles were won on this field. This one should be another classic!

Pick: Warren Hills, 2-1 OT.

Field hockey: HWS scoring leaders

   (Through Thursday's games)

   Minimum 14 points

Player
School
Goals
Assists
Points
Kathryn Roncoroni
Voorhees
39
14
92
Sydney Muntone
Warren Hills
24
17
65
Carleen O'Connell
Pope John
21
7
49
Dani Profita
Warren Hills
16
13
45
Kendall Nickel
Hunterdon Central
17
6
40
Rhett Curran
Sparta
15
8
38
Erin Sassaman
Belvidere
17
2
36
Nikki Profita
Warren Hills
13
10
36
Alexis Ambrosino
Kittatinny
14
8
36
Jessica Nissen
Warren Hills
15
5
35
Maddie Freeman
Hunterdon Central
12
7
31
Hannah Ryan
Voorhees
12
4
28
Kassidy Forik
Lenape Valley
12
4
28
Amanda Crampton
Warren Hills
8
12
28
Kailey Dalgauer
Hunterdon Central
11
6
28
Megan Thompson
Warren Hills
11
4
26
Natalie Rivas
Newton
10
3
23
Alyssa Falleni
Lenape Valley
11
0
22
Jessica Towey
North Warren
7
8
22
Kelly Healy
Hackettstown
10
2
22
Taylor Barrett
Hunterdon Central
8
6
22
Holly Reznik
Kittatinny
9
3
21
Megan Stevens
North Warren
7
6
20
Hannah Schiavo
Voorhees
7
6
20
Allie Brouhard
Warren Hills
8
4
20
Molly Gorczyca
Hackettstown
6
7
19
Morgan Carr
Wallkill Valley
8
3
19
Katie Thompson
Warren Hills
4
11
19
Jackie Hallack
Sparta
7
4
18
Kylie Marhold
Phillipsburg
6
6
18
Sally Olson
Lenape Valley
6
4
16
Abby Tracey
Sparta
5
6
16
Gretchen Bowie
Sparta
5
6
16
Baylee Vozza
Pope John
3
9
15
Ellie Zgoda
Phillipsburg
7
1
15
Isabelle Houser
Voorhees
2
10
14
Ann Bill
Delaware Valley
6
2
14
Kara Tipton
Belvidere
4
6
14
Christina Chernati
Kittatinny
5
4
14
Abby Flagler
Voorhees
3
8
14