dr marten bag High school field hockey outlooks
It wasn’t hard for Annapolis coach Angela Carpita to find plenty of positive signs in her team’s game with on Thursday. For coach Gina Ward, despite the lopsided loss, some things.
OUTLOOK: The Eagles have a young team with some rising freshmen who show a lot of potential. Some key players returning will help hold down the midfield. AACS will start a new goalie, but some defenders return in the backfield. O’Hara says it should prove to be a challenging and growing season.
LAST YEAR: 17 4
KEY PLAYERS: Jenna Garden (Sr., A); Payton Kenney (Sr., M); Margot Lawn (Jr., A)
OUTLOOK: Spalding’s one question mark could be defense, as several defenders including four year starting goalie Megan Nemecek graduated. However, the Cavaliers have some strong candidates from last year’s squad as well as several talented girls coming up from JV. Spalding will host a Clash of the Shores tournament with and Kent Island on Sept. This year looks to be a change for , which graduated 11 seniors from last season’s squad. The Cougars will work hard in the county games to earn a high seed in the playoffs for a run at their second state championship. Fleig, a two time All County selection and last year’s leading scorer, will lead the offense.
COACH: Jami Wilt, 10th year
LAST YEAR: 17 2
KEY PLAYERS: Hope Wobbe (Sr., G); Maddie Hartnett (Sr., D); Sydney Holtzner (Sr., D); Abby Carpenter (Sr., M); Grace Boyer (Sr., M); Ella Kaufmann (Fr., M); Celina Kaufmann (Jr., A)