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June 1, 2018 — Friday Statwatch for games played through May 30

Greeting, folks, and welcome back to Friday Statwatch, a helping of lacrosse statistics from all over the U.S. of A.

With only a handful of states still playing the statistical picture nationwide is rounding into shape. However, there’s one player to watch as the season draws to a close. That’s senior Jane Earley of Falmouth (Mass.) Academy. She had a 13-goal game last week, which brings her to within shouting distance of the national lead in goals for this season (as far as we can tell, of course).

Below is our weekly compilation of girls’ lacrosse statistics through this past Wednesday from various sources including, 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,, 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 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.

147 Charlie Rudy, Novato (Calif.)
129 Kira Sides, Cape May Court House Middle Township (N.J.)
124 Jane Earley, Falmouth (Mass.) Academy
118 Camryn Rogers, Somerville (N.J.)
117 Kaitlyn Mead, Sparta (N.J.)
116 Kaitlyn Cumisky, New Providence (N.J.)
116 Kaylon Buckner, St. Louis Ladue Horton Watkins (Mo.)
114 Cody Butt, Lynn St. Mary’s (Mass.)
114 Molly Dankowski, Cumming Pinecrest Academy (Ga.)
114 Sydney Kilgore, Morrow Little Miami (Ohio)
112 Ally Largey, Colts Neck (N.J.)
110 Bailey Gehler, San Diego Our Lady of Peace (Calif.)
109 Colby Cooper, Upper Marlboro Henry J. Wise (Md.)
109 Ryann Doyle, Seymour (Tenn.)
107 Jamie Level, Novato (Calif.)
106 Madison Tare, Camp Hill Trinity School (Pa.)
105 Caitlyn Wurzburger, Delray American Heritage (Fla.)

114 Caitlyn Wurzburger, Delray American Heritage (Fla.)
109 Maddie Barber, Cape May Court House Middle Township (N.J.)
93 Christie Coulter, Alexandria St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes (Va.)
92 Reilly Casey, Alexandria Bishop Ireton (Va.)
83 Bailey Thomas, Dexter General Jacob J. Brown Central (N.Y.)
82 Nicole Ferrera, Morristown (N.J.)
80 Logan Dougherty, Fairfax W. T. Woodson (Va.)
77 Shaylah Marciano, Princeton (N.J.)
73 Sadie Albert, Katonah Harvey (N.Y.)
70 Hali Sibilia, Greenwood Village Cherry Creek (Colo.)
69 Adriana Ingarra, North Branford (Conn.)

466 Charlie Rudy, Novato (Calif.)
462 Jane Earley, Falmouth (Mass.) Academy
381 Ryann Doyle, Seymour (Tenn.)
358 Camryn Rogers, Somerville (N.J.)
305 Caitlyn Wurzburger, Delray American Heritage (Fla.)
269 Braelie Kempney, Carthage (N.Y.)

337 Caitlyn Wurzburger, Delray American Heritage (Fla.)
213 Braelie Kempney, Carthage (N.Y.)
184 Charlie Rudy, Novato (Calif.)
145 Ryann Doyle, Seymour (Tenn.)

37 Upper Arlington (Ohio)
29 Denver Colorado Academy (Colo.)

772 Kathy Jenkins, Alexandria St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes (Va.)
554 Deanna Knobloch, Moorestown (N.J.)

So, if you see something missing, 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 this space, and well try not to get the dropsies next week.

June 1, 2018 — A unified approach

So, most of you know this site is more than just a blog. There’s video, audio, social media, and, very soon, a custom mobile site for those of you on smartphones.

Before today, if you went to this site’s Twitter, Facebook, WordPress, and Instagram presences, you would have seen four different colors of this site’s logo. Twitter was gold, Facebook was green, WordPress was red, and Instagram was yellow.

But as a service to you, the reader (as well as to instill some self-discipline), you now are seeing the same logo (gold and purple) for all of the satellite sites. It’s a cleaner and more unified look than in the past, and I hope it makes the various parts of the site feel as though they fit together.