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May 18, 2018 — Friday Statwatch for games played through May 16

The major statistical story of the last week is the end of the longest winning streak in girls’ high-school lacrosse, and one which may also be the longest in any girls’ field-invasion team sport — the 198 games of Owings Mills McDonogh (Md.)

Now that the streak is over, who has the longest active streak of consecutive wins? As far as we can tell, it’s Upper Arlington (Ohio), the reigning OHSAA champions. I’ve seen Upper Arlington in the past, and they play good lacrosse. But they need another 7 1/2 years’ worth of supreme effort (and a bit of luck) to approach the McDonogh mark.

Below is our weekly compilation of girls’ lacrosse statistics through this past Wednesday from various sources including MaxPreps.com, NJ Advance Media, The Harrisburg Patriot-News, The Providence Journal, The Albany Times-Union, Long Island Newsday, The Worcester Telegram, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, MassLive.com, the Denver Post, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, MSG Varsity, the Ann-Arbor News, and The Washington Post.

I encourage all coaches, managers, athletic directors, and any influencers out there to convince your team, your school, league, or state governing body to adopt the easy-to-use MaxPreps.com platform, and we encourage you to get your fellow teams to enter their information there as well as whichever is your local news site, so that we can aim for as complete a statistical picture of the country as possible.

INDIVIDUAL GOALS, SEASON
140 Charlie Rudy, Novato (Calif.)
107 Kira Sides, Cape May Court House Middle Township (N.J.)
114 Molly Dankowski, Cumming Pinecrest Academy (Ga.)
110 Bailey Gehler, San Diego Our Lady of Peace (Calif.)
107 Kaitlyn Cumisky, New Providence (N.J.)
105 Camryn Rogers, Somerville (N.J.)
105 Kaylon Buckner, St. Louis Ladue Horton Watkins (Mo.)
103 Caitlyn Wurzburger, Delray American Heritage (Fla.)
102 Ryann Doyle, Seymour (Tenn.)
102 Jamie Level, Novato (Calif.)
101 Hennessey Evans, Mission Viejo Trabuco Hills (Calif.)
100 Colby Cooper, Upper Marlboro Henry J. Wise (Md.)
100 Kaia Evans, San Diego Del Norte (Calif.)

INDIVIDUAL ASSISTS, SEASON
109 Caitlyn Wurzburger, Delray American Heritage (Fla.)
97 Maddie Barber, Cape May Court House Middle Township (N.J.)
81 Reilly Casey, Alexandria Bishop Ireton (Va.)
81 Christie Coulter, Alexandria St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes (Va.)
73 Logan Dougherty, Fairfax W. T. Woodson (Va.)
73 Nicole Ferrera, Morristown (N.J.)
68 Ashley McLane, Grand Blanc (Mich.)
67 Megan Davis, Neptune Beach Fletcher (Fla.)
67 Hali Sibilia, Greenwood Village Cherry Creek (Colo.)
67 Shaylah Marciano, Princeton (N.J.)

INDIVIDUAL GOALS, CAREER
459 Charlie Rudy, Novato (Calif.)
374 Ryann Doyle, Seymour (Tenn.)
345 Camryn Rogers, Somerville (N.J.)
303 Caitlyn Wurzburger, Delray American Heritage (Fla.)
262 Braelie Kempney, Carthage (N.Y.)

INDIVIDUAL ASSISTS, CAREER
332 Caitlyn Wurzburger, Delray American Heritage (Fla.)
208 Braelie Kempney, Carthage (N.Y.)
183 Charlie Rudy, Novato (Calif.)
144 Ryann Doyle, Seymour (Tenn.)

CONSECUTIVE WINS
35 Upper Arlington (Ohio)
28 Pittsford (N.Y.)
27 Denver Colorado Academy (Colo.)

COACHING WINS
769 Kathy Jenkins, Alexandria St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes (Va.)
550 Deanna Knobloch, Moorestown (N.J.)

Here’s where you come in. If you see something missing, feel to send us an email at TopOfTheCircle.com. Give us a name or a bit of documentation (a website will do) so that we can make the adjustment.

Thanks for dropping by, and we’ll do it all again next week.

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