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Oct. 13, 2017 — Friday Statwatch for games played through Oct. 11

Welcome back to Friday Statwatch, our weekly ramble into the numbers that connect the past and the present, the East and the West, public and private.

This week we bore witness to a team working on a significant statistical milestone, one which has been a bit buried in our coverage, but we’ll bring it up now. Last Saturday, when Shrub Oak Lakeland (N.Y.) beat Mamaroneck (N.Y.) 4-2, it was the 108th consecutive game without loss for the Hornets.

Time was, the 106-game winning streak that the legendary Dorotha Edwards spun Oklahoma City Casady School (Okla.) from 1956 to 1969 was seen as well nigh untouchable. It was an era of 25-minute halves, grass pitches, leather balls, and long-toed sticks.

But when Lakeland beat Brewster (N.Y.) on Oct. 4th, it was the fourth time a team had strung together as many as 107 games without defeat, exceeding Casady’s old record. Voorhees Eastern (N.J.) has done it twice, and Watertown (Mass.) did it on its way to the current high-water mark for games without loss, 184.

It goes to show just how well that Lakeland, Eastern, and Watertown have been playing, and to be able to put out a consistent product game by game, year by year.

Below is our compilation of field hockey statistics from available sources. This includes the easy-to-use tool, and I encourage readers to contact their coaches, athletic directors, and student managers so that they may register for and use the 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.

So, here’s our imperfect list, thanks to, amongst others, MaxPreps, Advance Media,,, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch,, and the Washington Post:

59 Mackenzie Allessie, Mount Joy Donegal (Pa.) 
47 Leah Zellner, Emmaus (Pa.)
44 Alivia Klopp, Tulpehocken (Pa.)
43 Olivia Sahaydak, Bethlehem Liberty (Pa.)_

40 Sophia Gladieux, Oley (Pa.) Valley
38 Brianna Roskey, Oakhurst Ocean Township (N.J.)

37 Ellie McIntyre, Easton (Pa.)
37 Sarah Wilson, New Hope-Solebury (Pa.)
37 Charlotte DeVries, Tredyffrin Conestoga (Pa.)
36 Riley Baughman, Emmaus
36 Hailey Couch, Easton (Pa.)
34 Katie Schneider, San Diego Serra (Calif.)
34 Kara Heck, Voorhees Eastern (N.J.)

33 Katie Dixon, Cary (N.C.) Christian
33 Nicole Buckley, Cary (N.C.) Christian

32 Mackenzie Allessie, Mount Joy Donegal (Pa.)
31 Taryn Tkachuk, St. Louis Villa Duchesne (Mo.)
24 Nicole Buckley, Cary (N.C.) Christian
22 Kara McClure, Elverson Twin Valley (Pa.)
22 Hailey Couch, Easton (Pa.)
22 Olivia Perrone, Voorhees Eastern (N.J.)
21 Nicki McNamara, Chantilly Westfield (Va.)
21 Alyssa Maynard, Falls Church George C. Marshall (Va.)
20 Kacie Patton, Emmaus (Pa.)
20 Sara Stone, San Diego Westview (Calif.)

195 Mackenzie Allessie, Mount Joy Donegal (Pa.)
141 Riley Fulmer, Norfolk (Va.) Academy
141 Lily Croddick, Rumson-Fair Haven (N.J.)
133 Regan Dougherty, Haddon Township (N.J.)
122 Sammy Popper, Fort Washington Germantown Academy (Pa.)
122 Alivia Klopp, Tulpehocken (Pa.)
117 Ali McCarthy, Summit Oak Knoll (N.J.)

109 Elizabeth Romano, Madison (N.J.) Borough
101 Leah Zellner, Emmaus (Pa.)
89 Kara Heck, Voorhees Eastern (N.J.)
87 Erin Matson, Kennett Square Unionville (Pa.)*
85 Gabby Andretta, Summit Oak Knoll (N.J.)
* — inactive for 2016-17 seasons

101 Mackenzie Allessie, Mount Joy Donegal (Pa.)
90 Gabby Andretta, Summit Oak Knoll (N.J.)
64 Ali McCarthy, Summit Oak Knoll (N.J.)
62 Greer Gill, Norfolk (Va.) Academy
57 Riley Fulmer, Norfolk (Va.) Academy

106 Shrub Oak Lakeland (N.Y.)
81 Los Gatos (Calif.)
72 Emmaus (Pa.)

72 Los Gatos (Calif.)
69 Emmaus (Pa.)

We know we’re missing games here. This is where you come in. If you see something that needs correction, please feel to send us an email at Give us a name or a bit of documentation (a website will do) so that we can make the adjustment.

Thanks for reading and we’ll take another whack at it next week.