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Another week, another slate of lacrosse action, so it’s time to check out the updated lacrosse leaderboards through the weekend, fully-equipped with a new category!!

After reading some of the feedback after last week's post (most of it was positive), I've added 'Save Percentage' as a category. Total saves are still there as well for goalies.

There was some shuffling at the top of a few categories. Eastern York's Conrad Rhein jumped into the top two in two different categories after having a big week and New Oxford's Braxtin Reddinger's 13-goal week moved her into the top three.

Below are the league leaders in goals, assists, save percentages and saves for both boys and girls. They will be updated weekly. Enjoy.

***Disclaimer: There are a few teams who have not reported stats for every game. Those limited, missing games are not factored into leaderboards. As we receive those games, these leaderboards are updated.***

BOYS

Name (School)                                         Goals

1. Anthony DeVincent (SW)                     41

2. Jack Allred (Susky)                               38

3. Jacob Norton (York Catholic)             33

3t. Brian Prats (Dallastown)                    33

3t. Conrad Rhein (Eastern York)            33

6. Sam Emig (Red Lion)                            31

7. Connor Hoch (Central)                        26

8. Aiden Kirkendall (Susky)                   25

8t. Cade Gold (Dallastown)                     25

10. Katon Yantek (Central)                      21

10t. Eli Doyle (York Catholic)                 21

Name (School)                                        Assists

1. Hunter Betz (West York)                     43

2. Conrad Rhein (Eastern)                      21

3. TJ Ross (Central)                                  20

3t. Tanner Reif (Red Lion)                      20

3t. Collin Riley (Susky)                            20

Name (School)                                        Saves

1. Nick Raynor (South Western)           164

2. Jorge Medina (New Oxford)             145

3. Jack Marks (Dallastown)                   109

4. Shane Silk (Susky)                                93

5. Pearson Hinkle (Central)                    90

Name (School)                                 Save Percentage

1. Shane Silk (Susky)                               68.8%

2. Jack Marks (Dallastown)                   64.8%

3. Nick Raynor (SW)                                  57%

4. Jorge Medina (New Oxford)             54.7%

5. Nick Serrano (Red Lion)                   52.6%

Girls

Name (School)                                          Goals

1. Morgan Day (Kennard-Dale)                51

2. Ashley Valway (Susky)                          45

3. Braxtin Reddinger (New Oxford)       39

4. Lauren Schmidt (SW)                           37

5. Peyton Shima (Red Lion)                     36

6. Addison Billings (Central)                   33

7. Erin Brown (SW)                                   30

7t. Katelyn Welsh (Susky)                        30

9. Gena Speights (Susky)                          29

10. Lindsay China (York Catholic)         27

10t. Emmie Dressel (K-D)                       27

Name (School)                                        Assists

1. Kayla Held (Susky)                                20

1t. Shannon Moore (York Catholic)       20

3. Katelyn Welsh (Susky)                         17

4. Anna Linthicum (York Catholic)       16

5. Emmie Dressel (K-D)                           15

5t. Jenna Godfrey (Red Lion)                 15

5t. Emily Robbins (Red Lion)                 15

Name (School)                                         Saves

1. Mary Eckert (Dallastown)                  110

2. Laura Silver (South Western)           103

3. Larissa Herbert (Red Lion)                89

4. Tori Gross (West York)                       84

5. Zabrina Enders (Spring Grove)         83

Name (School)                              Save Percentage

1. Clare Boone (K-D)                             60.6%

2. Laura Silver (SW)                              54.7%

3. Amber Orner (Susky)                        51.8%

4. Tori Gross (West York)                     51.6%

5. Mary Eckert (Dallastown)               46.2%

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