Field Hockey Standings, Stats, Playoffs

The 2019 season has come to an end. Here are the final standings and stats.

Northern Lebanon went undefeated 17-0. And they hold the highest ranking in District 3, Class 1A of LL League teams. Penn Manor won Section One again and are ranked No. 4 in Class 3A.

2019 League Playoffs
Quarterfinals: Tuesday, 10/15 doubleheaders at Donegal and Penn Manor, 5:00 & 7:00 pm
Semifinals: Thursday, October 17th, doubleheader at Hempfield, games at 6 and 8 pm
Finals: Saturday, October 19th at 1:00 pm at Conestoga Valley

Final 2019-20 Field Hockey Standings

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Final regular season stats:

Totals as of October 12, 2019

SECTION ONE

Scoring

1. Jasmine Miller, Penn Manor, 29 goals & 7 assists for 65 points

2. Anna May Barbusca, Penn Manor, 18 goals & 15 assists for 51 points

3. Tiana Edwards, Penn Manor, 17 goals & 14 assists for 48 points

4. Ellie Livingston, Conestoga Valley, 17 goals & 6 assists for 40 points

5. Malayna Kahl, Penn Manor, 11 goals & 17 assists for 39 points

6. Sophia Rockwell, Manheim Township, 12 goals & 7 assists for 31 points

7. Mallory Kline, Ephrata, 9 goals & 9 assists for 27 points

8. Lamya Mejias, Warwick, 12 goals & 2 assists for 26 points

9. Carli Eberly, Conestoga Valley, 9 goals & 7 assists for 25 points

10. Abby Morley, Conestoga Valley, 11 goals for 24 points

Goalkeepers

1. Vanessa Daniels, Manheim Township, 16 games played, 9 shutouts, 16 goals allowed, 108 shots, 96 saves, 88.89% save percentage.

2. Brooke Eberly, Conestoga Valley, 17 games played, 9 shutouts, 10 goals allowed, 73 shots, 63 saves, 86.3% save percentage.

3. Cecily Charles, 17 games played, 8 shutouts, 12 goals allowed, 63 shots, 51 saves, 80.95% save percentage.

SECTION TWO

Scoring

1. Daisy Frank, Lampeter-Strasburg, 18 goals & 15 assists for 51 points

2. Chloe Blantz, Lampeter-Strasburg, 19 goals & 10 assists for 48 points

3. Julia Smecker, Lampeter-Strasburg, 19 goals & 4 assists for 42 points

4. Kiera Baughman, Donegal, 15 goals & 4 assists for 34 points

5. Lily Sipel, Manheim Central, 10 goals & 13 assists for 33 points

5. Mackenzie Hammaker, Elizabethtown, 14 goals & 5 assists for 33 points

7. Lexi Hosler, Manheim Central, 13 goals & 6 assists for 32 points

8. Julz Garber, Lampeter-Strasburg, 9 goals & 10 assists for 28 points

9. Emma Miller, Donegal, 13 goals & 1 assist for 27 points

10. Kylie Kroesen, Maneheim Central, 8 goals & 4 assists for 20 points

11. Erin Gonzalez, Garden Spot, 4 goals & 10 assists for 18 points

Goalkeepers

1. Mikayla Regan, Manheim Central, 14 games played, 5 shutouts, 18 goals allowed, 117 shots, 99 saves, 84.62% save percentage.

2. Alaina Telenko, Elizabethtown, 18 games played, 3 shutouts, 33 goals allowed, 186 shots, 153 saves, 82.26% save percentage.

Here are District 3 rankings as of Oct 14th.

Class 3A
Number of qualifiers: 12 (Top 11 teams from the power rankings, plus the District Six champion)

Top team: Lower Dauphin (record: 15-0-2, rating: 0.801453)

Local teams in the playoff window: No. 4 Penn Manor (14-3, 0.727166), No. 8 Conestoga Valley (13-4, 0.688763), No. 9 Manheim Township (11-6, 0.672499).

Local teams on the outside: No. 13 Warwick (8-8, 0.588543), No. 18 Hempfield (5-12, 0.470061), No. 19 McCaskey (5-13, 0.382116), No. 22 Cedar Crest (1-17, 0.322704), No. 23 Lebanon (3-11-2, 0.317609).

Since last week: Defending champion Lower Dauphin took over the top spot as Wilson fell to No. 2; CV lost one spot; Warwick fell two spots, moving the Warriors out of the playoff picture; Cedar Crest dropped one spot, while Lebanon moved up a spot.

Qualifiers advancing to the PIAA tournament: 4

Class 2A
Number of qualifiers: 16

Top team: Palmyra (record: 15-3, rating: 0.767992)

Local teams in the playoff window: No. 6 Manheim Central (13-4-1, 0.660236), No. 8 Lampeter-Strasburg (12-4-1, 0.631003), No. 9 Donegal (12-5, 0.623995), No. 16 Cocalico (10-8, 0.525276).

Local teams on the outside: No. 18 Ephrata (6-12, 0.467529), No. 19 Garden Spot (8-10, 0.466621), No. 21 Elizabethtown (7-11, 0.455713), No. 28 Solanco (4-14, 0.371569).

Since last week: Central, Ephrata and E-town each moved up two spots, L-S dropped one place, while Cocalico lost two spots; Garden Spot fell four places, moving the Spartans out of the playoff picture; Solanco dropped three places.