Paityn Wirth headlined a trio of all-state honorees from Class A champion Greenwood, and four Selinsgrove juniors were recognized by the Pa. High School Field Hockey Coaches Association.
While it's no surprise champion Selinsgrove was honored with the most Heartland Athletic Conference-I all-stars, Midd-West dominated the first team with five selections in a vote of division coaches.
WHITEHALL - Greenwood defeated Wyoming Seminary, 2-1, this morning to win Class A state field hockey title. Paityn Wirth and Leah Bryner scored for Wildcats in the win.
Perhaps the only thing Selinsgrove’s field hockey team did more than win games this season was cause murmurs in the crowd during pre-game introductions.
WARWICK — Paityn Wirth scored a pair of goals in the second half to help Greenwood defeat the Class A defending state field hockey champion, Moravian Academy, 2-1 on Saturday.
When the Selinsgrove field hockey team poured onto the Blue Jay Stadium turf to celebrate Tuesday's state playoff win, the Seals reveled in more than their quarterfinal berth.
ALMEDIA — Brooke Wilkinson carted her goalie equipment out of Blue Jay Stadium on Tuesday night at the end of a bittersweet season.
The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association has announced the sites and times for Saturday's quarterfinals of the state playoffs.
NEWTOWN — Freshman mid Leah Bryner knocked home the game-winner with 12:32 left in the game off an assist from Grace Lesh to lead Greenwood to a 2-1 victory over District 1 champion Gwynedd Mercy on Tuesday at Council Rock North High School in the first round of the Class A field hockey stat…
ALMEDIA — For a period of time in Tuesday’s state playoff game, Bermudian Springs appeared to be more than Line Mountain could handle.
As the bus carrying Mifflinburg’s field hockey team leaves the school later today and begins motoring toward suburban Allentown, Brianna Doebler will be parked in one of the seats — likely chatting with one of her Wildcats teammates.
HUMMELSTOWN — Since Greenwood’s girls were determined to go into the PIAA’s Class A field hockey tournament in a positive frame of mind, that meant Kent Houser’s Wildcats were left with one option — and only one.
Each week — and at some point today — a fresh coat of fire-engine red paint is applied to the bull's-eye marking Selinsgrove's field hockey team.
SELINSGROVE — Denise Seebold will always remember crawling toward the cage, relentlessly pursuing the ball that would give Mifflinburg another shot at an elusive district championship.
SELINSGROVE — After a mostly even first half, Southern Columbia came out with a seemingly different mindset to start the second half Tuesday.
SELINSGROVE — As if Line Mountain didn’t have plenty to worry about Tuesday with Nicci Piccioni guarding Midd-West’s goal, the Eagles had to contend with the cage itself.
Moments after a hard-fought win at archrival Mifflinburg recently, Lewisburg field hockey coach Jess Zeller said something few could have imagined even two months earlier.
SELINSGROVE — Any number of factors contributed to Selinsgrove’s astounding start Thursday: Senior Night, the last home game of the year, and caliber of competition, to name a few.
LEWISBURG — Lewisburg clinched the top seed in the District 4 Class A field hockey playoffs Thursday night with a 1-0 victory over Mifflin County.
SUNBURY — Midd-West scored three first-half goals on its way to a 5-1 victory over Shikellamy in the Mustangs’ regular-season field hockey finale.
MIFFLINBURG — It went virtually unnoticed a couple weeks ago when Lewisburg's coaches sparked their girls with continuous encouragement and infectious enthusiasm during a home loss to Selinsgrove.
MANDATA — Baylee Hawk scored three goals and Natalie Scheib added two as Line Mountain rolled to a 7-0 nonleague field hockey win over Shikellamy on Monday.
MIFFLINBURG — Last Thursday’s heavy rain might have been welcome to many in the area, just don’t count Mifflinburg coach Shelly Orren as one of them.
LEWISBURG — Lewisburg honored its seniors on Saturday at Pawling Athletic Conference, then senior Cassie West had a goal and an assist to help Lewisburg knock off Dallas 3-0 on Saturday in nonleague field hockey action.
Paityn Wirth scored twice, hitting the 40-goal mark for the second consecutive season, and Greenwood overwhelmed Newport for a 3-0 victory in the Tri-Valley League championship game.
COCOLAMUS — Emily Knepp scored a first-half goal, and Madison Beward made 10 saves to preserve East Juniata's 1-1 tie with Forbes Road in a nonconference field hockey game Wednesday.
DANVILLE — Lewisburg got two goals each from Izzy Zaleski and Katie Koch in a 5-0 Heartland Athletic Conference-Division I field hockey victory over Danville on Tuesday.
MUNCY — Jadyn Brezinski assisted junior classmates Ally Leiby and Meghan Longenhagen for corner-play goals in Southern Columbia’s 2-0 nonconference win over Muncy on Saturday.
MANDATA — Brooke Wilkinson withstood a barrage of Greenwood shots, and Natalie Scheib scored the game’s lone goal in Line Mountain’s 1-0 win in a key Tri-Valley League field hockey game Thursday.
LEWISBURG — Gaby Markunas scored a hat trick Tuesday and that was all the offense in the game as Lewisburg defeated Shikellamy 3-0 in Heartland Athletic Conference-Division I field hockey.
MILLERSTOWN — Paytin Wirth had four goals and Grace Lesh had three goals to lead Greenwood to an 8-0 win over Camp Hill in nonleague field hocckey action on Monday.
BLOOMSBURG — After a scoreless first half, Selinsgrove broke through with three goals in the second half to beat Bloomsburg 3-0 and remain unbeaten in Heartland Athletic Conference-Division I field hockey.