With the regular season starting to wind down, Irvington’s Mallory Toolan did her part on the offensive end to lead the Bulldogs to a 2-1 record in three games this past week.
Along the way, she hit a couple of milestones.
On Monday, the senior midfielder had eight goals and two assists in her team’s 20-13 win over Sleepy Hollow. In the first half, she scored her 300th career point.
After scoring six goals and one assist in a 19-17 loss to Pelham on Thurdsay, Toolan came back with another strong game on Saturday.
Against Ardsley, she scored seven goals and two assists in the team’s 15-9 win and became the program’s all-time leading goal-scorer. Toolan now sits at 274 career goals, passing the mark of 272 goals set by 2012 graduate Kristen Palese.
On the week, Toolan had 21 goals and five assists.
Toolan, who is committed to Union, has 59 goals and 16 assists in 13 games this season.
Sadie Albert, Harvey: The sophomore midfielder helped her team win all three league games on the week. The team’s main draw taker totaled 14 goals and 10 assists in the three games despite being consistently double-teamed.
Abby Carlin, Arlington: In league wins over Carmel and Lourdes, the junior midfielder totaled 12 goals, two assists, 13 draw controls, 13 ground balls, five caused turnovers and three interceptions.
Maddie Deegan, Putnam Valley: The sophomore midfielder continued her strong season with 11 goals and her team’s three games this week. She also won 15 draw controls on the week.
Mackenzie Porter, Hen Hud: The sophomore goalie has been a biggest part of Hen Hud’s stingy defense this year, with a season save percentage of 54 percent. She stopped 14 of the 23 shots she faced, two of her saves coming in overtime, in the team’s 10-9 double OT upset win over Brewster on Wednesday.
Caitlin Smith, Clarkstown North: The freshman attack had a big second half in her team’s 13-12 comeback win over rivals Clarkstown South on Wednesday. She finished with five goals and an assist in that game.
Week 1: Nicole DiFabio, Pleasantville
Week 2: Sammy Mueller, Hackley
Week 3: Lindsay West, Fox Lane
Week 4:Lauren Craft, Brewster
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