Twin Valley junior Hadley Munn

Not everyone is focused on scoring goals on the lacrosse field.  "I like setting up my teammates more," said Hadley Munn.  The Twin Valley junior has excelled at doing just that for the (19-6) Raiders.  Munn leads the BCIAA with 58 assists and 95 points.  The All-Berks selection dished out five assists in a 17-3 rout of Quaker Valley in the first round of the PIAA-2A playoffs.  Munn is improving at finding the back of the net.  Her hat trick on Tuesday increased her season total to 37 goals.  Sophomore Kylie Duke finished with a game-high five goals against the (16-6) Quakers.  Duke is the top goal scorer in Berks County this season with 72.  "I think she has a lot of potential and we work very well together. I'm super excited to see how far she goes," remarked Munn.  Anna Givens added three goals and three assists as the Raiders jumped out to an 11-1 advantage.  The game was stopped with 4:12 remaining in the first half due to the threat of a thunderstorm.  Kyra Gabriele picked up her second goal with thirty seconds left before halftime to pull Quaker Valley within 12-2.  The 5'3 senior midfielder has more than 100 career goals for the Quakers.  They traveled four and a-half hours from suburban Pittsburgh to Elverson.  Lucy Roig provided their lone goal of the second half.  The standout freshman racked up over 75 goals this year.  Kaitlyn Davis, Jessie Robinette, and Sam Rhoads had two goals apiece as Twin Valley extended its winning streak to seven.  Munn, who is an all-division field hockey player, scored twice in the second half.  Her mother, Kate, is one of the Raiders' assistant coaches.  "I love having her on the sidelines," Hadley told Paul Roberts of SV Sports.  They also talked about her favorite Netflix shows and country music singers.  Twin Valley takes on District 7 runner-up Blackhawk on Saturday at Penn State.  That state quarterfinal matchup will begin at 10am.  The Raiders have already captured Berks County and District 3 titles this season.  "We want to bring home every 'chip," said Munn. 


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