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Meadow Testa breaks Del Val girls lacrosse record as a freshman

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Meadow Testa during a Del Val game, ready to receive the ball.

During the 2023 spring lacrosse season, 15 year old freshman Meadow Testa broke Delaware Valley Regional High School’s all time record for most points scored by a freshman: 60 points.

The previous record was set by Taylor Tavernite the prior year with 47 points. Points are made up of goals and assists. Testa’s points consisted of 35 goals and 25 assists.

Testa’s pursuit of the sport began at a young age when her parents signed her up for the Del Val Chargers Little Sticks team while she was still in preschool. Currently, Testa plays travel as part of Triple Threat Elite’s 2026 girls lacrosse team.

This remarkable achievement didn’t come easy for Testa; her journey was filled with tireless hours of dedication and patience for the game, along with a strong commitment of striving for perfection.

Del Val’s team finished the year with a record of 11-8, which wouldn’t be possible without Testa’s contributions, which allowed for many of the hard fought games to end in victory.

The season did not start well, as the Terriers faced two consecutive losses against Notre Dame and Bernards, but they swiftly recovered and won the following three games. Throughout the season, Del Val flip-flopped between wins and losses, however they persevered and topped off their season with a winning record.

Though this was not the season Testa expected, she will continue to hold this astonishing record until another athlete challenges it.

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Taylor is a sophomore first-year reporter for "The Delphi." In her free time she participates in Del Vals cross country, basketball and softball teams. During school, she part takes in the Computer Science Academy as well as the Engineering Academy. Taylor enjoys hanging out with her friends.
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