Girls' lacrosse leaders through 4/29
- Spring Grove picked up a huge 19-11 win Monday against Central York, a team that the Rockets had lost to just a few days earlier.
In Monday's contest, it was Dana Myers and Lauren Grove who led the way scoring a combined nine goals.
With the win, the Rockets improve to 2-13 on the season.
- South Western seems to have righted the ship by turning a two-game losing streak into a two-game winning streak. The Mustangs defeated West York and Red Lion, scoring a combined 34 goals, including eight by Braxtin Reddinger against Red Lion.
So without further adieu, here are the goals and assist leaders in YAIAA through April 18 based on the results submitted to GameTimePA.com.
1- Morgan Day, Kennard-Dale: 105
2-Callie Kavanaugh, South Western: 63
3- Lyndsey Duty, Kennard-Dale: 59
4- Asley Valway, Susquehannock: 56
5- Seirra Donovan, Red Lion: 52
6- Carley VanLuit, Susquehannock: 43
7- Shannon Moore, York Catholic: 41
8- Erin Brown, South Western: 39
8- Braxtin Reddinger, South Western: 39
10- Rylie Toomey, Eastern York: 37
1- Morgan Day, Kennard-Dale: 43
2- Lyndsey Duty, Kennard-Dale: 42
3- Hannah Bracey, Kennard-Dale: 22
4- Ashley Valway, Susquehannock:21
4- Callie Kavanaugh, South Western: 21
6- Maddie Ellis, Susquehannock: 19
7 - Emmie Dressel, Kennard-Dale: 17
7- Shannon Moore, York Catholic: 17
9- Katelyn Welch, Susquehannock: 14
10- Lauren Schmidt, South Western: 12
(The statistics above If I have misspelled any names or if there is a discrepancy with the statistics, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get it corrected.)