Jeffrey Conner scored five goals for Strath Haven (Pa.) Tuesday night, which pushed him beyond 400 career points, but his performance also helped propel Strath Haven into the PIAA 2A championship game.
Conner scored five goals, and one assist as Strath Haven defeated Mars (Pa.) 12-11 in overtime on Tuesday, June 5. The first goal of the game was the 400th point of his career.
The reigning LaxRecords.com Player of the Week finished with 405 points on 237 goals and 168 assists.
It has been a season of impressive stats for Conner, and his playoff run has been remarkable. Saturday’s quarterfinal performance against Springfield-Delco (Pa.) adds to the list.
The Virginia commit scored three goals, but with the game on the line, he scored an insurance goal to lead his team to a 12-9 win and put his team in the PIAA 2A semifinals.
Conner started the week with an eight-point game against Trinity (Pa.) in the first round of the playoffs. He scored four goals and four assists in the 19-5 win.
The senior is having the best year of his career. Through 23 games he has 153 points, which is 23 more than his previous career high. He is averaging 6.65 points per game this season.
In April, Conner scored the 300th Strath Haven (Pa.) Senior Reaches 300 in Today’s Stylax Stat Leaders Update) of his career.
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