2021 HNIB Girls Major Showcase Magazine

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HNIB’s 27th Annual Girls Summer Showcase Welcome Players, Parents, Scouts To The 2021 Event

By Gary Demopoulos • HNIB

elcome players, parents, college scouts and fans to Hockey Night in Boston’s 27th annual Girls Summer Showcase, a top-flight tournament consisting of players from many different states and Canada. Last summer’s tournament saw a strong Northern New England entry win its first HNIB title, pulling away late for a 31 win over Mass. Public/Catholic in a great championship game. This year’s Showcase will certainly boast some exciting upand-down action, as the Showcase will field a record 20 teams, reflecting the amazing growth of womens hockey in this country Empire, Mass Public/Catholic, Metro, Mid-Atlantic and Rhode Island will be in the Red Division. The Bears Tier 1 North, Eastern, New England, NE Connecticut and Suburban make up the White Division. Bears Tier 1 South, Central, Coastal, Northeast and Southern NE are in the Blue Division, and Atlantic, Lakes Region, Mass Preps, Northern New England and Southeast will compete in the Green Division. Each team will play four first-round games, with the playoff rounds/crossover games taking place on Sunday, August 8. . The top team in each Division will enter into the semifinals and vie for the Girls Summer Showcase title. The remaining teams - 2nd place through 5th place in each division - will play a cross-over “playoff’ game. With the amazing growth womens hockey has seen, HNIB decided in 1995 to add the Girls Summer Showcase to its summer activities. 2021 marks the historic 47th year of HNIB’s nationally-known boys tournament, and the amazing 27th year of our Girls Summer Showcase. The Massachusetts Preps are in their 12th summer and were put together and will be coached by Jenelle Ries from Brooks School. The same formula held true for Frank Pagliuca, the coach of St. Mary’s of Lynn, who has put together a solid club representing the Massachusetts Public/Catholic schools for several years now. HNIB held a pair of Festivals, at the Bog in Kingston, MA, and at the Haverhill Valley Forum, where players were chosen to finalize seven teams, including Mid-Atlantic, coached by Corey Cooper of Hotchkiss, Southeast, coached by Canton Tourney Welcome HNIB Staff Showcase Schedule Showcase History 2010 Tourney Review HNIB Coaches Girls Showcase Profiles Atlantic Central Coastal

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High’s Dennis Aldrich, New England, headed up by Melissa Tetreau of Phillips Andover, Northeast, coached by Winchester’s Craig Seabury, Metro, coached by Worcester State’s Eliza Kelley, Coastal, headed by Boston College goaltending coach Moe Bradley, and Suburban, coached by former pro player Maddie Evangelous. Lawrence Academy coach Kevin Potter has put together the Eastern squad for the eighth straight summer. Central was put together and will be coached by Kevin Zifcak of Worcester Academy. Portsmouth Abbey head coach Kurt Carter has again constructed his two teams - Atlantic and Rhode Island - to compete. Berwick’s Kelly Souza is the architect of the Northern New England club. Back for their second summers at the HNIB Showcase after impressive debuts in 2020 are Southern New England, headed by Corey Cooper, Empire, which will be led by Millbrook head coach Erica Shapey, and Lakes Region, constructed by Chris Ladabouche. A new entry this summer to keep an eye on is NE Connecticut, put together by Pomfret School coach Shane Dunphy, and coached by Ari Shocket. And rounding out this year’s field will be two teams from the Black Bears Tier 1 Academy, entered by Alex Moody and featuring players from several different states. HNIB wishes good luck to all the teams. Have fun playing some competitive hockey.

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Girls Showcase Magazine Index Eastern Empire Lakes Region Mass Preps Mass Public/Catholic Metro Mid-Atlantic New England NE Connecticut Northeast

28-29 30-31 32-33 34-35 36-37 38-39 40-41 42-43 44-45 46-47

Northern New England Rhode Island Southeast Southern NE Suburban Tier 1 North Bears Tier 1 South Bears

48-49 50-51 52-53 54-55 56-57 58-59 60-61


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HOCKEY NIGHT IN BOSTON STAFF

27TH ANNUAL GIRLS SUMMER SHOWCASE 654 South Union St. 2nd Floor Lawrence, MA 01843 (978) 682-2425 E-Mail: info@PlayHNIB.com Web Sites: HNIBonline.com HNIBNews.com Twitter: @hnibonline Instagram: @hockey.night

Gary Demopoulos

HNIB SUMMER SHOWCASE STAFF

DIRECTOR/EDITOR GARY DEMOPOULOS ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR JAMIE CALLERY

ADMINISTRATION MOIRA MULLANEY ALEXIS DEMOPOULOS SALES•PROMOTIONS GARY DEMOPOULOS JAMIE CALLERY

FESTIVALS GARY DEMOPOULOS JAMIE CALLERY

REFEREE-ASSIGNOR TIM HOOTON

TRAINERS ANDY BERUBE KEVIN DUNHAM NAIRI MELKONIAN

CLOCK/STATISTICS JACK WRIGHT JEFF MAZZONE WALDA SMITH TIM BERUBE ALEXANDER CASEY CHARLIE ADDESA PATRICK ROACH CAM BERUBE MIKE DEMIRDJIAN

Six top players in this year’s HNIB Girls Summer Showcase are featured on the cover of this year’s Showcase Magazine. Top row (l to r): the Mass. Public/Catholic duo of Kathryn Karo (Hingham HS) and Jessica Driscoll (Tewksbury/Methuen), and Northern New England blue liner Kristina Allard from St. Paul’s School.

Jamie Callery

MAGAZINE/PROFILES GARY DEMOPOULOS KEVIN DOYLE JAMIE CALLERY

LAYOUT/DESIGN GARY DEMOPOULOS JAMIE CALLERY VIDEO/SOCIAL MEDIA TREVOR BLACKBURN

* Some teams may have added players after this publication went to press.

ON THE COVER

Bottom row (l to r): Northern New England forward Mia Langlois (Cushing Academy), Eastern defenseman Diana Bishopp (Deerfield) and Central forward Lauren Potvin (Worcester Academy).

Showcasing Scholastic Hockey Since 1972


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2021 HNIB Girls Showcase Schedule August 5-8, 2021 Haverhill Valley Forum - Haverhill, MA (Some games Friday at Lawrence Valley Forum)

RED DIVISION Empire Mass Public/Catholic Metro Mid-Atlantic Rhode Island

THURSDAY, AUGUST 5TH

WHITE DIVISION Bears Tier 1 North Eastern New England NE Connecticut Suburban

9:30 AM 11:30 AM 12:00 PM 1:30 PM 3:30 PM 4:00 PM 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 7:30 PM 8:00 PM

Mass Pub/Cath Central Coastal Suburban Rhode Island NE Connecticut Atlantic Coastal Southeast Suburban

Metro Bears Tier 1 South Northeast Eastern Empire Bears Tier 1 North Mass Preps Southern NE Northern NE New England

HVF-Blue HVF-Blue HVF-Gold HVF-Blue HVF-Blue HVF-Gold HVF-Blue HVF-Gol HVF-Blue HVF-Gold

8:30 AM 9:00 AM 10:00 AM 10:30 AM 11:30 AM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:30 PM 3:00 PM 4:00 PM 4:30 PM 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM

Mid Atlantic Lakes Region Southern NE New England Northeast Northern NE Mass Preps Mass Pub/Cath Rhode Island Coastal New England Mass Preps Southeast Mass Pub/Cath Suburban

Empire Southeast Bears Tier 1 South Eastern Central Atlantic Lakes Region Mid Atlantic Metro Bears Tier 1 South Bears Tier 1 North Northern NE Atlantic Empire NE Connecticut

Lawrence HVF-Blue Lawrence HVF-Blue Lawrence HVF-Blue Lawrence HVF-Blue HVF-Blue HVF-Gold HVF-Blue HVF-Gold HVF-Blue HVF-Gold HVF-Blue

FRIDAY, AUGUST 6TH

BLUE DIVISION Bears Tier 1 South Central Coastal Northeast Southern NE

SATURDAY, AUG 7TH

GREEN DIVISION Atlantic Lakes Region Mass Preps Northern NE Southeast

9:00 AM 9:30 AM 10:30 AM 11:00 AM 12:00 PM 12:30 PM 1:30 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 3:30 PM 4:30 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:30 PM 7:30 PM

Southern NE Northeast Metro Mid Atlantic Eastern Suburban Central Atlantic Northeast Metro Rhode Island NE Connecticut Southeast Eastern Northern NE

Central Bears Tier 1 South Empire Rhode Island NE Connecticut Bears Tier 1 North Coastal Lakes Region Southern NE Mid Atlantic Mass Pub/Cath New England Mass Preps Bears Tier 1 North Lakes Region

8:00 AM 8:15 AM 9:30 AM 9:45 AM 11:00 AM 11:15 AM 12:30 PM 12:45 PM 2:00 PM 2:15 PM 3:30 PM 5:30 PM

5th Red 5th White 5th Blue 5th Green 4th Red 4th White 4th Blue 4th Green Semifinal Game Semifinal Game 3rd Red 3rd White 3rd Blue 3rd Blue 2nd Red 2nd White 2nd Blue 2nd Blue CHAMPIONSHIP GAME ALL STAR GAMEHVF-Blue

SUNDAY, AUGUST 8TH

HVF-Blue HVF-Gold HVF-Blue HVF-Gold HVF-Blue HVF-Gold HVF-Blue HVF-Gold HVF-Blue HVF-Gold HVF-Blue HVF-Gold HVF-Blue HVF-Gold HVF-Blue HVF-Blue HVF-Gold HVF-Blue HVF-Gold HVF-Blue HVF-Gold HVF-Blue HVF-Gold HVF-Blue HVF-Gold HVF-Blue


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GIRLS SUMMER SHOWCASE TOURNAMENT HISTORY

2019 Showcase All Tournament Team F Abigail Holland (Mass. Pub/Cath) F Ciara Wall (Central) F Emily Hamann (Metro) F Madison Chagnon (New England) D Alicia Souliotis (Mass Preps D Kiley Erickson (Mass Pub/Cath) D Julia Holmes (Mass Preps) D Alyssa Berardino (Eastern) G Ava DiCincenzo (Eastern) G Kirsten DiCicco (Northeast)

1995

Kerry Maher (Mass)

1997

Jamie Hagerman (Mass)

1996

1998 1999

2000 2001 2002

2003

2004

2005 2006 2007

TOP DEFENSEMAN 2008

Jamie Hagerman (Mass) Kelli Halcisak (Midwest) Kim Greene (Mass)

2009

Tina Ciraulo (Midwest) Kate Michael (Gr. Lakes)

2010

Myria Heinhuis (Minnesota) Eliza Lane (Mass) Kate Michael (Midwest)

Melissa Jubinville (Mass) Eliza Lane (Mass) Emily McNamara (New Engl.)

Kacey Bellamy (Massachusetts) Ellen McNamara (Midwest) Kacey Bellamy (Massachusetts) Casie Hanson (Minnesota) Melanie Guillemette (Gr. Lakes)

MVP: Sam Taber (NNE) Top Forward: Carly Stefanini (Mass Preps) Top Defenseman: Kristina Allard (New England) Top Goalie: Kaia Hollingsworth (Mass Pub/Cath) Unsung Hero: Lauren Potvin (Central) Scoring Champ: Sam Taber (Mass Pub/Cath) ** NOTE: Due to Covid Protocols, no awards were given out in 2020

Courtney Kennedy (Mass) Aviva Grumet-Morris (Midwest)

Kristin Thomas (Mass)

2019 Showcase Award Winners

2011

2012

Gabie Figueroa (Mid Atlantic) Sammy Woodward (Mass.) Milica McMillen (Minnesota) Samantha Hippern (New England) Allison Graf (Minnesota) Francesca Panarelli (Mass.)

Milica McMillen (Minnesota) Kelly Lavallee (Mass Preps) Kelly McGrath (Mass. Preps) Julia Rodricks (Southeast) Shannon Cronin (MA Pub/Cath.) Ally Ensor (Jr. Shamrocks) Julia Rodricks (Southeast) Heather Mottau (Mass. Preps) Kelly McGrath (Mass Preps) Kelsey McIsaac (Shamrocks/Sel.) Savannah Quandt (Minnesota) Sidney Morin (Minnesota) Paige Haley (Minnesota) Cassie Hunter (Shamrocks) Laura Aptowitz (Northeast) Alicia Barry (Mass Preps) Martha Findley (Mass Pub/Cath) Martha Findley (Mass Preps) Brooke Matherson (Mass Pub/Cath) Jenna Rheault (Shamrocks)

2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Jackie Guy (TeamOne) Claire Manchenski (Minnesota) Tatiana Doucette (Mass Pub/Cath) Jackie Guy (TeamOne) Rachel Rockwell (Mass Preps) Megan Sweet (Minnesota) Charlotte Abrecht (Eastern) Brittany Colton (TeamOne) Jackie Leone (Mass Pub/Cath) Ali Peper (TeamOne) Madison Perry (Shamrocks) Tia Martignetti (Mass Pub/Cath) Jamie Comeau (Central) Brynn Puppe (Minnesota) Meghan Galanos (Shamrocks) Brianna Jewett (Mass Pub/Cath) Leslie Schwartz (Central) Madison Aumann (Rhode Island) Jenna Seibold (Eastern) Emily Purdy (Atlantic) Julia Holmes (Mass Preps) Claudia Vira (Mid Atlantic) Nicole Connor (Eastern) Julia Holmes (Mass Preps) Nicole Ness (Minnesota) Mady Hentosh (Mass Pub/Cath)

Perri Maduri (Massachusetts) Anne Dronen (Minnesota) Carole LeBlanc (New England)

Anne Dronen (Minnesota) Kelly Lewis (Minnesota) Sarah Ginson (Sweden)

Maggie Pendleton (Minnesota)

KACEY BELLAMY MASSACHUSETTS 2003, 2004 SELECTION

JACKIE GUY TEAMONE 2012, 2013 RECIPIENT

JULIA HOLMES MASS PREPS CHOSEN IN 2017, 2018


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GIRLS SUMMER SHOWCASE TOURNAMENT HISTORY 1995

Melissa Welton (Maritimes)

1997

Sarah Clark (Midwest)

1996

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

2003 2004 2005 2006

2007

2008

2009

TOP FORWARD

Nadine Muzerall (New England) Sarah Clark (Midwest) Sara Mahoney (Mass)

JESSIE JACQUES TEAM ONE 3-TIME RECIPIENT

Sarah Clark (Midwest) Jaime Van Massenhove (Midwest) Karine Bombardier (New Engl.and) Jessica Link (New York) Rush Zimmerman (Minnesota)

Heather Jackson (New England) Keaton Zucker (New England) Heidi Kletzien (Minnesota)

Sadie Wright-Ward (New England) Laura Brady (New England) Ashley Shaidle (Midwest) Sarah Feldman (Massachusetts) Micaela Long (Massachusetts) Jennifer Hitchcock (Midwest) Micaela Long (Massachusetts) Sarah Toupal (Minnesota) Genevieve Laing (New York) Anna McDonald (Minnesota) Sarah Toupal (Minnesota) Elizabeth Denis (New England)

Jill Vandegrift (Minnesota) Marie-Helene Plourde (Sweden) Lisa Sablak (Minnesota) Brittany Mills (Massachusetts)

Gina McDonald (Minnesota) Elsa Bruestle (Minnesota) Brittany Mills (Massachusetts) Ashleigh Kowtoniuk (Mid-Atlantic) Olivia Zebro (Minnesota) Bethany Brausen (Minnesota) Ariel DiPasquale (Mid Atlantic) Brittany Resendes (New England)

Elsa Bruestle (Minnesota) Haley Skarupa (Southeast) Courtney Winters (MA Pub/Cath.) Kate Schipper (Minnesota)

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

ALEX CARPENTER MASS PREPS 2010 SELECTION

Elizabeth Parker (Jr Shamrocks)

Alex Carpenter (Mass. Preps) Alanna McDonough (Mass Preps) Prentice Basten (Minnesota) Rachel Vigliano (Mid-Atlantic) Haley Skarupa (Southeast) Kate Schipper (Minnesota) Amy Menke (Minnesota) Savannah Quandt (Minnesota) Natalie Flynn (Mass Pub/Cath) Elizabeth Scala (Mid Atlantic) Eleanor Haines (Mid Atlantic) Kathryn Tomaselli (Shamrocks)

Jessica Jacques (TeamOne) Caitrin Lonergan (TeamOne) Isabella Pappapetros (Mass Preps) Alison Butler (Mass Pub/Cath) Gabrielle Schnepp (Midwest) Brittany Sticha (Minnesota) Sarah Robello (TeamOne) Danielle Doherty (Mass Preps) Shannon McIsaac (Mid-Atlantic) Alexa Scribner (Northeast) Jessie Jacques (TeamOne) Rebekah Kolstad (Minnesota) Erica Power (Minnesota)

Jessie Jacques (TeamONE) Veronica Alois (Mass. Pub/Cath) Amanda Conway (Mass. Pub/Cath) Julianne Sheehan (Eastern) Molly Shelton (Minnesota) Devan Taylor (TeamONE)

Amanda Conway (Shamrocks) Isabel Bianchi (Minnesota)

2016

2017

2018

HALEY SKARUPA SOUTHEAST 2009, 2010 PICK

Jordan Anderson (Minnesota) Ali O’Leary (Mass Pub/Cath)

Nicole Ness (Minnesota) Kelly Golini (Shamrocks) Rylee Glennon (Mass Pub/Cath) Mary Leys (Rhode Island) Micaela Sindoris (Central) Julianna Gong (Mass Preps)

Kat Nikolopoulos (Mass Pub/Cath) Jenna Letterie (Atlantic) Micaela Sindoris (Central) Julianna Gong (Mass Preps Kelly Golini (Shamrocks) Caroline Goffredo (Tri-State) Kat Paradis (Mas Pub/Cath) Mary Leys (Rhode Island) Julianna Gong (Mass Preps) Livia Hagopian (Northeast) Caroline Goffredo (Tri-State)

MICAELA SINDORIS CENTRAL 2016, 2017 RECIPIENT

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1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

2003

2004

GIRLS SUMMER SHOWCASE TOURNAMENT HISTORY Charlotte Davet (Mass)

Melissa Glaser (Midwest) Erica Killewald (Midwest)

2005

Amy Quinlan (Mass) April Stojak (Midwest)

2006

Amy Quinlan (Mass) April Stojak (Midwest)

Flora Vineberg (Maritimes) Susan Hargrove (New England)

Amy Thomas (Minnesota) Marissa Hourihan (New England) Christine Gauthier (Maritimes) Jana Bugden (Maritimes) Helen McCarthy (Mass) Lindsay Bonasso (Midwest) Katie Nichols (New England) Meredith Larson (Midwest) Danielle Ciarletta (Minnesota) Breanna Dobbe (Great Lakes)

Liana Bonanno (New York) Lindsay Bonasso (Great Lakes) Breanna Dobbe (Great Lakes) Rebecca Allen (Midwest) Liana Bonanno (New York) Sarah Bishop (New England)

2007 2008 2009 2010

2011

2012

TOP GOALTENDER

Alyssa Grogan (Minnesota) Amanda Rothschild (Mass)

Rachel Weber (Minnesota) Nicole Muske (Minnesota)

Paige Sasser (Mid Atlantic) Kelsey O’Sullivan (Mass.) Taylor Weaver (New England)

Paige Sasser (Mid Atlantic) Rachel Borchardt (Minnesota) Kylie Smith (Minnesota)

Paige Sasser (Southeast/Gulf) Taylor Niesen (Minnesota) Shenae Lundberg (Mass Preps) Lauren Slebodnik (Mass Preps) Sarah Foss (Mass. Pub/Cath) Shenae Lundberg (Mass. Preps) Katie White (Mass. Preps) Beth Futrell (Southeast) Taylor Niesen (Minnesota)

Sarah Foss (Mass Pub/Cath) Nicole Magee (Northeast) Taylor Niesen (Minnesota) Colleen Jacoby (Shamrocks) Molly Depew (Mass Preps) Ari Wernick (Shamrocks) Jessica Thulin (Mass Preps)

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

Kelcey Crawford (Northeast) Rose Pijaca (TeamOne) Erin O’Neil (Minnesota) Alex Barnes (New England) Emily Spencer (Northeast) Keri St. Denis (TeamOne) Katie Paulson (Minnesota)

Alex Barnes (Mid-Atlantic) Madison Scavotto (Mass Pub/Cath) Sydney Scobee (Minnesota) Kerri St. Denis (TeamONE) Amelia Murray (Minnesota) Marissa Anderson (Eastern) Devin Baylor (Mid-Atlantic) Sydney Scobee (Minnesota)

Julia Pelletier (Central) Emily Smith (Rhode Island) Katlyn Hathaway (Northeast) Gretchen Howard (Mass. Public/Cath)

Emma Barrick Benson (Atllantic) MaddoxAngerhoffer (Eastern) Sophie Goldberg (Tri-State) Madison Ramsey (Mass Pub/Cath)

Rieley Jessie-Gerelli (Atlantic) Caroline Kukas (Mass Preps) Leah White (Mass Pub/Cath) Kaleigh Laurendeau (MidAtlantic) Shelby Guinard (Eastern)

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GIRLS SUMMER SHOWCASE TOURNAMENT HISTORY 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

HNIB Girls Showcase Champions

Massachusetts New England Massachusetts Massachusetts Canadian Maritimes Minnesota New England New England Massachusetts

SCORING CHAMP

1995

1996

1997 1998 1999

Andrea Kilbourne (New York) Kathleen Kauth (New York) Nadine Muzerall (New England) Heather Cook (New England) Cindy Biron (New England) Sara Mahoney (Mass) Danielle Culgin (Mass) Kim Greene (Mass) Jaime Van Massenhove (Midwest) Sarah Clark (Midwest)

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Massachusetts Minnesota Minnesota Mid Atlantic Minnesota Mass. Preps Mass. Preps Minnesota Minnesota

Jessica Link (New York) Heather Jackson (New England) Daley Kirby (Midwest) Sarah Feldman (Massachusetts) Micaela Long (Massachusetts) Micaela Long (Massachusetts) Elizabeth Denis (New England) Jill Vandegrift (Minnesota) Gina McDonald (Minnesota) Brittany Resendes (New England) Haley Skarupa (Southeast) Alex Carpenter (Mass. Preps)

2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020

2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020

TeamOne TeamOne Minnesota Mass Public/Catholic Mass Public/Catholic Eastern Mass Public/Catholic Northern NE

Paige Haley (Minnesota) Caitrin Lonergan (TeamOne) Rebekah Kolstad (Minnesota) Emily Harris (TeamONE) Amanda Conway (Shamrocks) Nicole Ness (Minnesota) Kat Nikolopoulos (Mass Pub/Cath) Caroline Goffredo (Tri-State) Sam Taber (Mass Public/Cath) Sam Taber (Northern NE)

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GIRLS SUMMER SHOWCASE TOURNAMENT HISTORY Team MVP Award Winners

1997 Nicole Lewis Massachusetts New England Cindy Biron Maritimes Melissa Welton New York Jaci Kryzak Conn./MidAtlantic Catherine Elkins Mid West Whitney Gage 1998 Massachusetts Emily Hudak New England Amy Catlin Maritimes Susan Hobson New York Erin Neil Conn./MidAtlantic Tiffany Hayes Mid West Erin Gould 1999 Massachusetts Gretchen Anderson New England Cortney Lacey Maritimes Natalie Babony NY/Conn. Emily Smith Mid Atlantic Sarah Youlen Mid West Meredith Roth Pacific Gayle Shalloo Gr. Lakes/Minn. Rush Zimmerman 2000 Massachusetts Kerry Nugent New England Heather Jackson Maritimes Sarah Carlson New York Lindsay Hansen Conn./MidAtlantic Marissa Halligan Midwest Megan McLeod Minnesota Ashley Payton Great Lakes Gabrielle Stender 2001 Massachusetts Liz Keady New England Lindsey Glennon Maritimes Zoe Baldwin New York Amy Quirion Conn./MidAtlantic Caitlin Barnes Midwest Ashley Shaidle Minnesota Devon Nichols Great Lakes Kara Bachman 2002 Conn./Mid Atlantic Caitlin Sullivan Great Lakes Shelby Aldous Maritimes/NorthernElise Nichols New York Lauren Deeb Massachusetts Sarah Feldman Minnesota Abby Taylor Midwest Stephanie Couzin New England Jen McAleer

2003 Samantha Rowe Northern New England Laura Brady Minnesota Erin Blood Conn./Mid Atlantic Britney Russell New York Colleen Harris Midwest Katy Beach Great Lakes Hillary Braun Massachusetts Ali Schmidt

2004 Midwest Hillary Braun Conn/Mid Atlantic Gina Kearns New York Michelle Witz Great Lakes Katy Beach Northern Erica Christensen New England Elizabeth Denis Minnesota Whitney Naslund Massachusetts Kelsey Johnson 2005 Midwest Alina Rock Northeast Lizzie Chapman Conn/Mid Atlantic Brittany Skudder New England Lyse Rossignol Massachusetts Maria Nasta Minnesota Kelly McGinty 2006 Midwest Blair Connelly Mich/Gr. Lakes Sam Tatu Northeast Chelsey Locarno Mid Atlantic Christie Cicero New England Lauren Greer Sweden Sophie Westlund Massachusetts Michelle Ng Minnesota Autumn Stuntz

Midwest New England Northeast Massachusetts Mid Atlantic Minnesota

Northeast Mideast Mid Atlantic Massachusetts New England Minnesota

2007 Sami Tatu Courtney Carey Cristina Wiley Brittany Lyons Ariel DiPasquale Amanda Ryder

2008 Sarah Markey Courtney King Erica Drake Kaitlin McInnis Maeve Connolly Kayla Capistrant

Northeast New England Mid Atlantic Midwest Jr. Shamrocks Southeast Mass Pub/Cath. Mass Preps Minnesota

2009 Alison Quinn Natasha Klinoff Samantha Slotnick Toni Sanders Sarahanna Cavolo Meghan Huertas Samantha Woodward Emily Field Emily Kleidon

2010 Northeast Breanna Davis Shamrocks/Selects Kaitlynn Tomaselli New England Martha Findley Mid Atlantic Casey Leveille Southeast Arianna Rucker Mass Pub/Cath. Sabrina Iannetti Minnesota Krystal Baumann Mass Preps Alex Carpenter Francesa Panarelli

2011 Pennsylvania Hannah Bird TeamONE Caitrin Lonergan Shamrocks/Selects Sarah Robello Northeast Breanna Davis New England Amanda Fontaine Mid-Atlantic Rachel Vigliano Southeast Kelly Sherman Mass Pub/Cath. Erika Kelly Mass Preps Courtney Turner Minnesota Sidney Morin Midwest New England Keystone Selects Northeast Mid-Atlantic Mass Pub/Cath Mass. Preps Shamrocks TeamOne Minnesota

2012

Victoria Pelton Marita Alfieri Hannah Bird

Gabrielle Crugnale Laura Aptowitz Kayla Smith Alison Quinn Briana D’Avolio Katie Laughlin Alexis Joyce

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GIRLS SUMMER SHOWCASE TOURNAMENT HISTORY (Continued From Page 10)

Northeast Shamrocks Mass. Preps Eastern Mid-Atlantic Minnesota

Caroline Peterson Caroline Seibold Kyla Floresca Taylor Adams Holly Silva Timary Malley Maddie Kolbow 2016 Eastern Jamie Comeau Rhode Island Abbey Luth Shamrocks Julia Masotta Central Morgan Mordini Mass Preps Mia LaPlante Metro Gloria Bilafer New England Rylie Binette Northeast Cassidy Lariviere Mid-Atlantic Catherine Wilk Minnesota Alexandria Schreiber Mass. Pub/Cath McKinley Karpa

Mid-Atlantic Mass Preps

Atlantic Central Eastern Mass Preps Metro Mid Atlantic

2013 Mid-Atlantic Noelle Rosa New England Brittany Smith Shamrocks Erica Lissner Mass Pub/Cath Emily Loprete Keystone Selects Devin Strachan Mass. Preps Bella Papapetros Northeast Jillian Witwicki Minnesota Briana Johnson TeamOne Sara Robello

2014 Devin Baylor Michaela Boyle Maddie Evangelous Bobbi Strople LuLu Swartz Hollywood Hermanson New England Jillian Moffatt Mass. Pub/Cath Jessica Piracini TeamOne Nikki Friesen 2015 Amanda Piknick Lindsey Dumond

Shamrocks Mass. Pub/Cath Eastern Northeast New England Central Minnesota

2017 Lydia Anderson Morgan Mordini Madison McCaffery Allyson Watrous Margaret Sullivan Kirsten DiCicco

Team MVP Award Winners

Minnesota New England Northeast Rhode Island Shamrocks Tri-State Mass Pub/Cath Jr. Shamrocks Suburban Metro New England Central Mid Atlantic Atlantic Rhode Island Northeast Minnesota Mass Preps Tri-State Mass Pub/Cath Eastern

Nicole Ness Jayden Kelly Sadie Kuhn Abbey Luth Lauren Coccoluto Elizabeth McMurray Delaney Couture

2018 Aylah Cioffi Maddie Rego Josie Mendeszoon Meaghan Hogan Megan Powers Kerryn O’Connell Clara Griffin Shannon Bucci Kaitlyn Nadeau Brooke Power Carly Stefanini Joyce Sun Kaia Hollingsworth Jenna Seibold


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2020 GIRLS SUMMER SHOWCASE REVIEW

NNE Staves Off Mass Pub/Cath

Team Completes Perfect Run With 3-1 Win

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IN AN EXCITING CHAMPIONSHIP GAME, NORTERN NEW ENGLAND PULLED AWAY LATE FOR A 3-1 WIN OVER MASS PUBLIC/CATHOLIC TO TAKES ITS FIRST TITLE.

harlotte Wensley scored late in the second half to snap a 1-1 tie and Mass. Public/Catholic led 1-0 at the half thanks to a Northern New England went on to defeat Mass. Public/Catholic, 3- goal from Cailey Ryan, assisted by Christine Landry. 1, in the 2020 HNIB Girls Showcase championship game. Early in the second half, NNE’s Shea Verrier knotted It was the first title for Northern NE, which finished the tournament a the score at 1-1, with an assist from Annalise Matthews. perfect 6-0-0. Assisting on Wensley’s game-winner was Julia Cabral. Lily Brazis added an empty-net goal to seal the deal. Mass. Public/Catholic finished up the tournament at 41-1, having finished first in the Red Division.

A TOTAL OF 16 TEAMS PARTICIPATED IN THE 2020 HNIB GIRLS SUMMER SHOWCASE NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND TAKING THE CROWN.

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2020 GIRLS SUMMER SHOWCASE REVIEW 2020 GIRLS SHOWCASE SCORING LEADERS

G 1. Sam Taber (Northern NE) 4 2. Lily Brazis (Northern NE) 6 3. Anya Nichipor (Rhode Island) 5 4. Lara Beecher (Northern NE) 5 Kathryn Karo (Mass Pub/Cath) 4 Shea Verrier (Northern NE) 2 5. Sam Porazinski (Mass Pub/Cath) 5 Kaci Ryder (Central) 4 Alicia Souliotis (Mass Preps) 4 Charlotte Wensley (Northern NE) 4 Mia Langlois (Northern NE) 3 Lily Brook (Eastern) 3 Kelly Citera (Lakes Region) 3 Riley Esposito (Mid-Atlantic) 3 Sam Babbitt (Lakes Region) 3 Hannah Haxton (Rhode Island) 2 Isabelle Besser (Eastern) 0

A 6 2 2 1 2 4 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 5

Pts 10 8 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

2020 GIRLS SHOWCASE GOALTENDING LEADERS

1. Carolyn Durand (Southeast) Morgan Ainley (Suburban) Rhyan Pitari (New England) 4. Ava DiVincenzo (Eastern) 5. Isabelle Pomarico (NNE) Alexsa Caron (Metro) Kate Grivers (Atlantic) 8. Emma Budke (Mid-Atlantic) 9. Sydney Correa (Mass. Preps) Elise Rodd (Shamrocks) Maggie Hatch (Southern NE)

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MEET THE 2021 GIRLS SHOWCASE COACHES

Kevin Zifcak Central

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Central’s Potvin Relieved College Decision Is Done

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n a sense, the pressure is off for Worcester Academy’s senior defenseman Lauren Potvin – she has committed to Sacred Heart College in Fairfield, CT, freeing her up to fully focus on her final campaign with the Hilltoppers. “Making an early commitment has certainly taken some stress off my shoulders because of how pressuring the recruiting process can get. My commitment has not changed the fact that I'm heading into the season with the same goal as every year, which is to win the championship and play my hardest with my team,” said Potvin, a key cog for coach Kevin Zifcak. The decision to attend Sacred Heart came easily. “I chose Sacred Heart because of the close team dynamic, strong academics, and competitive hockey. I felt at home as soon as I stepped on campus,” said Potvin, who is leaning toward Exercise Science as a possible major. Her GPA is 3.4. All things considered, Worcester Academy did a remarkable job navigating its way through the pandemic last season. “COVID was a big adjustment for the team, but with coach Zifcak's commitment and our supportive team dynamic, we made the best out of it. At the end of the day, we all just wanted to play and were grateful and even more fired up for any chance we had to get on the ice together, “ Potvin said. This season presents a challenge of a different sort – the unpredictability of youth. “We are a younger team full of high-energy players that are all eager to compete. We push each other and will always expect everyone's best effort. I am very excited to be playing with this group and am fully confident in our team's skill and work ethic this season,” Potvin said with confidence. She said speed and high energy are key elements of her success (Continued On Page 17)


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y all accounts, Jessica Driscoll and her older brother Ryan had the best sort of sibling relationship – each was the other’s fiercest supporter and Ryan, older by two years, always had his sister’s back. Ryan, who starred in two sports at Central Catholic HS, tragically died in a car accident in June of 2019. When the Methuen/Tewksbury and Central Catholic girls teams squared off in the annual Ryan Driscoll Memorial Game this past January, Jessica honored her brother in the best way she could by scoring a hat trick and adding two assists in the Red Rangers’ 6-1 win. “I constantly followed Ryan and, as he would say, ‘copied’ him. As children, we would be in our driveway for hours shooting pucks and just trying to improve our skills. He was always giving me pointers and trying to help me improve as a player,” Jessica said. “After I lost Ryan, his influence on my career became even greater. In the past, I played hockey because of my love for the sport. After his accident, I began playing for him in order to continue his love for the game through me. Each time I step on the ice, Ryan is on my mind and I am able to play my heart out for him. I truly believe he is constantly watching over me and making me into the player that I am today. Without his influence, I never would have started playing hockey in the first place,” she continued. Jessica served as the Red Rangers’ sole captain as a junior and anticipates some sense of normalcy after the havoc wreaked by COVID-19 this past season. For example, the team was unable to use its locker room during the pandemic but still managed a respectable 7-5-0 record. “I think that one of the main keys to making sure that everyone’s ready to go for a full season is gaining a strong chemistry on the ice. Without that locker room friendship off the ice, the on ice chemistry is much harder to achieve. I hope to achieve that chemistry in this season,” she noted. “Going into my senior year, I would also love to see us make a deep run into the playoffs and possibly even make it to the Garden again.” (Continued On Page 17)


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Jessica Driscoll A Solid Offensive Performer (Continued From Page 16)

The off-season regimen includes keeping everyone on the ice and working on improving their skills as well as working on strength and conditioning in the weight room. One of the top scorers in Massachusetts, Driscoll has worked tirelessly to improve the velocity of her shot. As a sophomore she accounted for 23-9-32 totals and followed with a 13-5-18 line in essentially a half season this past year and should score her 100th career point early this winter, She said she is working hard to improve what a number of coaches have described as “an ugly stride – even though (it) works out for me personally.” She has clearly embraced her team leadership role. “I believe that I was able to help the younger players get used to varsity level play and help them feel comfortable on the team. I believe that I was also able to give support to the team and keep their spirits high even when we were losing or not playing well,” Driscoll explained. She can’t thank her parents enough for their unwavering support and “the thousands of miles” they drove all over New England so she could pursue her passion. “It was practically a rite of passage to learn how to play hockey, or at least how to skate. My father (Dennis) was a hockey goalie throughout his childhood, in high school and college as well. Although my mother (Lisa) never played hockey she was incredibly supportive of my decision to begin playing boys hockey at a very young age. She was much happier when I decided to make the switch over to girls’ hockey later. My parents’ continued support helped me to develop into the player I am today,” she said. Her favorite hockey memory occurred when M/T upset previously undefeated Austin Prep in double OT, 2-1, to win the 2019 MIAA Division One title at TD Garden. “The excitement that we all felt running across the ice to celebrate with one another was the greatest feeling and one none of us will ever forget,” she said. She skates once again for Mass/Public-Catholic team in this week’s Summer Showcase. She has not made a college commitment and, while personally not having a program preference, she does not want to venture not too far from home. She hopes to major in either Nursing or Criminal Justice and owns a 4.2 GPA.

Lauren Potvin Keys Central Attack (Continued From Page 15)

“Playing prep has taught me how to play upbeat and with intensity whenever I get on the ice. Being a smaller player has always required extra speed to make up for it but I know at the Division 1 level speed alone won't be enough and my size and strength have to continue to get better,” she noted. She counts her father and coach Zifcak as her biggest influences. “My Dad has taught me the accountability needed to play hockey at a high level and I will always be grateful that he introduced me to this game that we both love. Coach Zifcak has always been fully dedicated to making us better players; his coaching and constant support on and off the ice has impacted me a lot,” she said. Potvin’s favorite hockey memory dates back to her days as a Mite and “my Dad and I would drive to Pomfret to play while the sun was still rising.” Another favorite was a team road trip to the Hill School in Pennsylvania. “We all bonded during the trip and you could definitely tell it set the tone for a supportive and close team for the rest of the season,” she recalled. Potvin is a three-year Girls Summer Showcase veteran and will skate for the Central club this week. She anticipates a high level of competition as she prepares for her final season at WA.

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Karo A Key In Mass. Public/Catholic Charge Forward Ready For A Big Senior Year At Hingham

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lthough Hingham has been treading water around the .500 mark for the last two seasons, senior standout Kathryn Karo hopes the 2020 stunning firstround upset of No. 1 seeded HPNA in the D1 State Tournament was a harbinger of things to come. Ranked 32nd in the draw, the Harborwomen pulled off the upset in OT, 54. Karo, one of the state’s elite scorers, twice tied the game and carries a stat line of 82-55137 in 62 career games into her final season. “That night was so special to me and my team because our hard work throughout the season finally paid off. Even though it was only the first round of the tournament, it felt like we just won the championship,” Karo said. The expectations for this season are understandably higher. “We have a strong group of freshmen who are eager to play and be a part of the team. I know the other upperclassmen and I are excited to mentor and guide them throughout their first year of high school. As for our returning players who have experience and confidence, we look to be stronger and to play at a high compete level,” she said. Karo is hopeful of a return to some sense of normalcy after the chaos created by COVID-19 last season.

KATHRYN KARO MASS PUBLIC/CATHOLIC STAR FORWARD

HINGHAM’S KATHRYN KARO HEADS INTO HER SENIOR SEASON WITH 137 CAREER POINTS FOR THE HARBORWOMEN.

“Getting dressed in a tent outside or in a parking lot in below freezing temperatures was nowhere near ideal for us, Even though it was hard, we made the most of it. We found ways to make it special and bond as a team, like playing silly games during our off-ice warm ups. We were able to play 14 games, where we managed to develop and grow as a team,” she said. Her ability to score and sense of how to create opportunities for teammates comes from countless hours of work in the family basement as well as taking strength and conditioning workouts more seriously and doing them more frequently. "Since my freshman season, I’ve improved on all aspects of my game during offseason skill sessions and workouts. I’ve gotten stronger and faster every year,” said Karo, who considers her work ethic, hockey IQ, and being a supportive teammate to be her strengths. She also understands the need for continued improvement in every aspect of her game in order to advance to the next level. She has always admired and been influenced by members of the U.S. Women’s National Team, including current stars Hilary Knight and Kendall Coyne. “When I played U10 town hockey, a few of the girls, like Alex Carpenter, Kacey Bellamy, and Brianne McLaughlin came to run a practice at Pilgrim Arena and I’ve looked up to them ever since,” Karo said. A three-year Summer Showcase selection, she will skate for the Mass. Public Catholic squad this week and aspires to play D1 college hockey. “My goal is to find a school that I love and can call my second home. I want to feel comfortable and fit in with the school and people. I also want to find a team and coach that believe in me and will push me to be the best player I can be. I’d also love to pursue a career in medicine and health, something along the lines of a physician's assistant or nurse practitioner,” she said. She carries a 3.83 GPA at Hingham.


NNE’s Allard A Huge Blue Line Presence

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Northeastern Next stop For talented rearguard

NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND’S KRISTINA ALLARD IS ENTERING HER PAUL’S SCHOOL, AND HER SECOND SEASON AS A TEAM CAPTAIN.

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t. Paul’s School standout defenseman Kristina Allard beat the clock when she committed to Northeastern University as a freshman and is glad she did. The rule regarding communication and verbal offers by Division 1 coaches was changed to June 15 after the recruit’s sophomore year shortly thereafter. “I was fortunate enough to commit right before the NCAA rule change. Before committing, I was hounded with recruiting calls nearly every night. A lot of weight lifted off my shoulders, both in the classroom and on the ice. Knowing where I’ll be playing allows me to concentrate on my long-term goals,” Allard said. In her second year as a captain, Allard sees the program continuing as a primary contender under veteran head coach Heather Farrell. The Big Red won the 2020 D1 Patsy Odden Tournament championship.

St Paul’s looks strong for the 2021+ seasons. SPS has recruited several talented new players and we are expecting to do well in the NEPSAC tournament this coming season,” Allard offered. Following a year when COVID-19 curtailed, or wiped out, schedules, Allard is hoping for some sense of normalcy this season. “I think for all student athletes across the globe it was a difficult year. Although I do have to say I was feeling quite lucky during this because we were at least able to play [eight games]. Other prep schools in New England were not able to even touch the ice! I think St. Paul’s was able to make the most of it and I’m very appreciative of the people that were able to make it happen during this tough time,” she said. Speed, skating and toughness drive her game, integral components to her ability to create offensive zone chances. Scoring and stickhandling are skills she cited as needing improvement. She has a multitude of hockey memories but the one that tops them all was winning a 2020 State Championship while playing for Assabet Valley. “We only had 12 skaters on our team. It’s one of the biggest underdog moments I’ve ever been a part of. I learned a lot about how to face adversity and to overcome it with teamwork and dedication and is something I will truly never forget,” she said. A strong family unit has supported her every step of the way. “The biggest influence thus far has been my mom and my dad. They both have been the biggest driver in helping me to mature as a person and a player. They understand the level of hockey of which I want to obtain and they are always pushing me to improve. They have sacrificed so much to get me to where I am now and to help me improve, in order to reach my dreams. They’re the best!” Allard said. “My brother, Daven, has done so much to support me and continues to always put a smile on my face. It seems like he always knew the right thing to say. One thing that has always stuck with me that I remember him telling me was that, ‘The great ones are humble’. My Grandfather has been at almost every single thing I have done up to this (Continued On Page 20)


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he time to make a commitment will arrive soon enough but the process is now under way for Deerfield Academy’s stellar junior defenseman Diana Bishopp. She is on the clock, so to speak. “I purposely have held college commitment discussions off until now to continue to evaluate schools,” Bishopp said, noting the disruptive impact of COVID-19 on players born in 2004. “I have now been talking to a number of coaches since I will be going into my junior year. My goal is to commit to a D1 school that has high-level academics as well. I plan on going into business but it is still early so I am not yet set on my major.” Bishopp anticipates the Big Green will have a successful season. The team won each of the five games it played in 202021.“We have very high expectations this year as coach (Brooke) Fernandez is always looking to bring in talented players and we train as much as we can,” she said. “All the players have been very active in the off-season but COVID did change the outlook of what club team everyone plays on. We most likely will take extra time in the fall to prep for the season. Wherever she decides to enroll, that program will be getting an elite, multi-sport athlete. "New England prep schools became a very appealing option as they allowed me to play all my sports and still focus on hockey at a high school AND top National AAA level. As a Freshman I ended up being able to start for the varsity soccer, hockey and softball teams at Deerfield. Being the only freshman to do so, I was recognized as a Hale Scholar which is awarded to four individuals per class who have shown excellence in their sports, school, and character,” Bishopp said. Crunch the numbers since she began playing competitive hockey 10 years ago and Bishopp’s stat line of 72-265-337 to go with a plus-366 in 422 games as a defenseman takes a moment or two to digest. It’s no wonder she studies the legendary Bobby Orr, who forever changed how the position was played more than 50 years ago. In describing her own game, Bishopp cites her playmaking, the ability to read opponent’s breakout passes, and functioning (Continued From Page 19)

point. He enjoys being at games as much as I do. He is one of my biggest supporters and no matter how I play always sees the good in how I did. Outside of hockey he always helps me in school and in every situation he always has my back,” she continued. A four-year Summer Showcase veteran, Allard is skating for the Northern New England and expects a competitive week of games. “This tournament helps me develop skills at a fast pace before returning to St. Paul’s. A lot of prep school girls attend this high level tournament so it exposes me to the talent these schools have,” she said. Longer term, Allard is focused on earning a roster spot on the

DEERFIELD’S DIANA BISHOPP IS AN ELITE MUTI-SPORT THIRD SUMMER WITH THE EASTERN TEAM AT HNIB.

ATHLETE BACK FOR HER

essentially as a fourth forward to create scoring opportunites as strong suits. She is working to improve both her acceleration to max speed and he shot. She credits her parents for their support at all of her games and practices, regardless of the sport, as well as in the classroom. Her GPA currently sits at 4.0. Interestingly, her favorite hockey memory dates back to her first appearnce for Eastern in the Summer Showcase. She scored the tying goal in a semifinal win, had a goal and an assist on the GWG in the title game, and played in the All-Star Game. (Continued On Page 21)

allard leads northern ne charge

U.S. Olympic Team, whenever that may be. “Absolutely, I want to be able to have the honor of representing my country in the Olympics one day. My ultimate goal is to be a coach and to play Olympic hockey so I don’t know what major will assist those goals best,” she said. Allard attended Sanborn Regional High School in Kingston, NH before transferring to St. Paul’s for the 2018-19 academic year. An all-around athlete, she set seven individual track records at Sanborn, was 2018’s New Hampshire State Heptathlon champion and qualified for the New Balance Outdoor National Meet. She also owns five individual track marks at St. Paul’s.


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ISABEL HULSE MASS. PUBLIC/CATHOLIC MIA LANGLOIS NORTHERN NE

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Diana Bishopp Profile (Continued From Page 20)

“Overall, it was a great experience and it was my first glimpse of East Coast hockey and the reason I ended up looking into New England prep schools,” said Bishopp, who hoping for another successful week on the Eastern backline in the Summer Showcase. “I am not sure how many returners and new players there will be, but our team always seems to hold their own under the leadership of coach Potter. Overall, I am hoping to make it to the playoffs and possibly return to the finals. Personally, I hope to continue to improve my game impacts and get to know the new players on our team as well,” she concluded. And then she can begin dealing with those recruiters that will assuredly come calling.

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his team of players, whose majority of players reside in Rhode Island, Connecticut and Masssachusetts, hope to gel quickly and be a tough opponent to play against. This team was put together and will be coached by Kurt Carter, who leads the prep program at Portsmouth Abbey

School. Rhode Island state champion LaSalle Academy sends a pair of its forwards in senior Patrice Dafonte and junior Sofia Calabro, a returning HNIB player. A pair of forwards come from the prep ranks in Brewster Academy’s Christi Trudel, and Tilton School’s Mary Kelley.

CHRISTI TRUDEL

MIA SCHENENGA

JULIANNA BUCCI

KEIRA GOFFE

SAMANTHA HAUN

EMILY MOSKAL

SOFIA CALABRO

MARY KELLEY

PATRICE DAFONTE

SAMANTHA LEDIN

LILLY SHAUGHNESSY

AVA POMPOSELLI

LANEY HARROLD

MICHAELA BUCCI

GEORGIA CARRAGHER

AVA SULLIVAN

MEGHAN FALLS

LAUREN FALLS

ANNA FRIENDSHUH

KATARINA GARABEDIAN

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FORWARDS Julianna Bucci Sofia Calabro Patrice Dafonte Keira Goffe Samantha Haun Mary Kelley Samantha Ledin Emily Moskal Ava Pomposelli Mia Schenenga Lilly Shaughnessy Christi Trudel

DEFENSE Michaela Bucci Georgia Carragher Lauren Falls Meghan Falls Laney Harrold Ava Sullivan

# GOALIES 1 Anna Friendshuh 29 Katerina Garabedian

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN South County Storm /Saunderstown, RI LaSalle Academy/Johnston, RI LaSalle Academy/Cumberland, RI Smithfield HS/Cranston, RI South County Storm /Cranston, RI Tilton School/Manville, RI Mansfield/OA/Foxboro/Foxborough, MA Avon/Southington HS/Southington, CT Smithfield HS/Smithfield, RI East Greenwich/East Greenwich, RI Medfield HS/Medfield, MA Brewster Academy/Ipswich, MA

YR JR JR SR JR FR JR SR JR JR JR FR SO

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Portsmouth Abbey /Cary, NC Middlesex School/Maynard, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH SR 5'4" 125 8/13/03 Right SO 5'7" 130 1/8/06 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN South County Storm /Saunderstown, RI Boston Advantage /Hull, MA Smithfield HS/Smithfield, RI Smithfield HS/Smithfield, RI Brewster Academy/Sterling, MA Framingham HS/Framingham, MA

Coach: Kurt Carter - Portsmouth Abbey

The South County Storm high school co-op program is represented by a pair of its top stars in junior Julianna Bucci and a freshman to watch in Samantha Haun. Both senior Samantha Ledin out of the Mansfield/Oliver Ames/Foxboro program in Mass. and Emily Moskal for Avon/Southington in Connecticut have HNIB Showcase experience. Junior Keira Goffe and junior Mia Schenenga will look to contribute out of the Rhode Island HS ranks, Goffe from Smithfield and Schenenga from East Greenwich. Freshman Lilly Shaughnessy is ready to make an impact at Medfield HS this

coming Fall. Junior Ava Pomposelli from Smithfield HS will be in the offensive mix. On the blue line, junior Laney Harrold out of Sterling, MA plays her winter hockey at Brewster Academy. Sophomore Georgia Carragher is a member of the Boston Advantage womens program. Senior Ava Sullivan is a returning player out of Framingham, MA. Junior Michaela Bucci roams the blue line for the South County Storm. Sisters Lauren Falls (junior) and Meghan Falls (freshman) come out of Smithfield HS and the New England Pioneers.

YR JR SO JR FR JR SR

HT 5'9" 5'5" 5'6" 5'3" 5'1" 5'3" 5'0" 5'2" 5'2" 5'5" 5'7" 5'1"

HT 5"7" 5'3" 5'4" 5'3" 5'8" 5'7"

WT 130 130 145 130 115 118 110 115 130 116 140 160 WT 135 115 125 116 145 140

DOB SHOT 7/18/06 Left 6/1/05 Right 6/29/04 Right 12/11/06 Right 8/8/06 Left 6/21/06 Right 11/1/03 Right 5/29/05 Right 6/17/05 Right 12/1/04 Right 10/12/07 Right 4/25/05 Right DOB SHOT 7/18/06 Left 1/30/06 Right 8/30/05 Left 9/10/06 Left 8/20/05 Left 12/9/03 Right

Colors: Black/Red

In the nets, senior Anna Friendshuh tends goal for coach Carter and Porstmouth Abbey and hails from North Carolina. She will join up with Middlesex School sophomore Katerina Garabedian.

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eam Central is back for another go-around and should again be right in the mix.

The team was constructed and will be coached by Kevin Zifcak, the successful bench boss at Worcester Academy. A

unique flair to this team? It boasts four sets of sisters. One set of those siblings are from the Shrewsbury HS program, and all are forwards. Senior Kaci Ryder is a premier scorer and an HNIB Showcase veteran. Taylor Ryder (junior) and Mia Ryder (freshman) will should what they can do. A key to the offensive attack will be senior Lauren Potvin;

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FORWARDS Maribeth FitzGerald Ella Lefebvre Molly Lefebvre Madeline Mrva Erika Parenti Lauren Potvin Gina Richard Kaci Ryder Mia Ryder Taylor Ryder Toree St.Hilaire

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Worcester Academy/Boylston, MA St. Mark's School/Grafton, MA St. Mark's School/Grafton, MA Shrewsbury HS/Shrewsbury, MA Worcester Academy/Chateauguay, QUE Worcester Academy /Charlton, MA Worcester Academy/Northborough, MA Shrewsbury HS/Shrewsbury, MA Shrewsbury HS/Shrewsbury, MA Shrewsbury HS/Shrewsbury, MA Lewiston HS/Lewiston, ME

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HT 5'1" 5'4" 5'5" 5'11" 5'7'' 5'3" 5'6" 5'5" 5'2" 5'6" 5'9"

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DOB SHOT 11/24/06 Left 12/21/06 Right 2/24/05 Right 1/25/05 Right 8/28/04 Left 5/30/03 Right 8/19/04 Right 12/11/03 Right 1/5/07 Right 3/18/05 Right 10/30/06 Left

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DEFENSE Bridget FitzGerald Emily Long Meghan MacLean Lexye Payne Bailee St.Hilaire

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Worcester Academy/Boylston, MA Worcester Academy/Pembroke, MA St. Mark's School/Sudbury, MA Worcester Academy/Gardner, MA Worcester Academy/Lewiston, ME

YR FR SR FR SO JR

HT 5'3" 5'8" 5'4" 5'8" 5'6"

WT 115 140 120 130 135

DOB SHOT 11/28/06 Right 9/18/02 Left 10/13/05 Left 1/18/06 Left 8/16/05 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Worcester Academy/Mapleville, RI Worcester Academy/Leominster, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH JR 5'7" 165 1/4/05 Left FR 5'5" 130 7/28/06 Left

# GOALIES 1 Emmy Lacourse 29 Bella LaRoche

Coach: Kevin Zifcak - Worcester Academy

the Worcester Academy flash has committed to D1 Sacred Heart. Another Shrewsbury HS product that will figure into the team scoring will be junior Maddie Mrva. A second set of sisters on the club, also both forwards, are junior Molly Lefebvre and freshman Ella Lefebvre, both playing at St. Mark’s this winter. Senior Erika Parenti is a prep veteran, playing for coach Zifcak at Worcester Academy. The same holds true for junior Gina Richard. Two freshmen who look to have an impact are Worcester Academy’s MariBeth Fitzgerald and Toree St. Hilaire from Maine’s Lewiston HS. Senior Emily Long, another Worcester Academy product, will be a cornerstone on the Central blue line. Junior Bailee St. Hilaire heads to Worcester this winter after a strong career at Lewiston HS. Hoping to be key contributors to the Hilltoppers blue line

Colors: Maroon

this coming year are sophomore Lexye Payne and freshman Bridget FitzGerald. Meghan Maclean heads to St. Mark’s for a repeat freshman season after a solid year on the blue line at Lincoln-Sudbury HS. And in the nets for Central will be the Worcester Academy duo of junior Emmy Lacourse and freshman Bella Laroche.

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COASTAL

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New Club Will Jump Right Into It By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

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new entry to the HNIB Girls Summer Showcase, Coastal looks to jump right into the action and be a tough team to play against. Given the job of coaching this group will be Moe Bradley, a former UMass Boston player and a the goaltending coach at

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Boston College. Up front, Notre Dame Academy is well-represented by three forwards – all juniors. Lauren White, Ava O’Donoghue and Maggie Donahue all figure prominently is coach John Findley’s plans for 21-22. King Philip had a strong offensive club and got solid contribu-

LAUREN WHITE

AVA O’DONOGHUE

KIERA MODDER

JENNIFER BIROLINI

EMILY COUGHLIN

MAGGIE DONAHUE

JILLIAN HALLEE

KELLY HOLMES

CATHERINE KAMPERSAL

HAYLEY MCCARTHY

GRACE MOTTAU

SYDNEY O’SHEA

ISABELLE HAJJAR

AVERY ENGEL

LILY DONOVAN

LUCY VERDERBER

ANGELINA PALMER

ERIKA STANTON

ANNABELLE NAJARIAN

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COASTAL

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FORWARDS Jennifer Birolini Emily Coughlin Maggie Donahue Jillian Hallee Kelly Holmes Catherine Kampersal Hayley McCarthy Kiera Modder Grace Mottau Ava O'Donoghue Sydney O'Shea Lauren White DEFENSE Lily Donovan Avery Engel Isabelle Hajjar Angelina Palmer Erika Stanton Lucy Verderber

# GOALIES 1 Annabelle Najarian 29 Codi Pickering

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Pembroke HS/Pembroke, MA Notre Dame Academy/Marshfield, MA Notre Dame Academy/Marshfield, MA Berlin HS/Dummer, NH King Philip HS/Norfolk, MA Peabody-Lynnfield-NR /Lynnfield, MA Scituate HS/Scituate, MA Scituate HS/Scituate, MA Abp. Williams/Avon, MA Notre Dame Academy/Scituate, MA King Philip HS/Norfolk, MA Notre Dame Academy/Hanover, MA

YR FR FR JR SR SO SO SR JR JR JR SR JR

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN BB&N/Duxbury, MA Barnstable HS/East Falmouth, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH SO 5'5" 135 4/5/06 Left 8th 5'2" 106 11/19/07 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Abp. Williams/Weymouth, MA Notre Dame Academy/Westwood, MA Weymouth HS/Weymouth, MA Weymouth HS/Weymouth, MA Needham HS/Needham, MA Walpole HS/Walpole, MA

Coach: Moe Bradley - Boston College Goaltending Coach

tions from senior Sydney O’Shea and sophomore Kelly Holmes, both of whom look to continue that here this week. Senior Hayley McCarthy from Scituate has a flair for putting the puck in the net. Junior Kiera Modder is a teammate at SHS and is a returning HNIB Showcase player. Freshman Jennifer Birolini comes in with an abundance of offensive talent, coming off a 26-point season as an eighth grader, leading her Pembroke team to a 13-2-0 season. Fellow freshman Emily Coughlin is ready for an increased role at Notre Dame Academy

this winter. New Hampshire resident Jillian Hallee is a key forward at BerlinGorham HS. Sophomore Catherine Kampersal was a leading scorer for Northeastern Hockey League champion Peabody/Lynnfield/North Reading. Junior Grace Mottau is an offensive catalyst at Archbishop Williams. Weymouth sophomore Isabelle Hajjar and Notre Dame junior Avery Engel are returning HNIB Showcase performers and will bring that experience to the blue line. Lucy Verderber had an impressive defensive season at Walpole and will

YR FR JR SO FR SR JR

HT 5'4" 5'4" 5'8" 5'4" 5'5" 5'5" 5'9" 5'2" 5'4" 5'6" 5'8" 5'5"

HT 5'6" 5'6" 5'3" 5'5" 5'10" 5'4"

WT 110 120 150 125 135 128 135 130 135 150 135 140

DOB SHOT 4/3/07 Right 10/2/06 Right 5/17/05 Left 4/23/04 Left 9/8/05 Right 1/3/06 Right 10/25/03 Right 4/7/05 Right 11/17/04 Right 9/15/04 Left 5/21/04 Right 3/8/05 Right

WT DOB SHOT 135 3/6/07 Left 150 8/5/04 Left 125 10/18/05 Left 120 6/20/07 Left 135 2/13/04 Left 130 8/9/05 Right

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move on to Portsmouth Abbey in the prep ranks. Senior Erika Stanton is a rock on the blue line at Needham. Two freshmen ready to show their talents on defense are Weymouth’s Angelina Palmer and Lily Donovan of Archbishop Williams. Handling the goaltending duties for Coastal will be sophomore Annabelle Najarian from BB&N and eighthgrader Codi Pickering, who joins the program at Barnstable HS in the fall.

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EASTERN

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Squad Should Be Competitive Again

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By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

eemingly always in the upper echelon of teams in the HNIB Girls Showcase, things should be the same again this summer for Team Eastern. Lawrence Academy head coach Kevin Potter will coach this talented group.

The forward group features a quarter of players who will call Lawrence Academy home this winter. The lone returning player up front is senior Jordyn Remmes, who should figure prominently in Eastern’s scoring attack. Freshman Kayla Rice, who played in the HNIB Showcase last summer, heads to LA after being a go-to forward at Ursuline

REESE PEREIRA

KAYLA RICE

AYLA ABBAN

JORDYN REMMES

ISABELLE BESSER

JULIA WILLIAMS

AVA GLAB

JULIA HOLMES

EMMA HOLMES

ABBY FORAN

ABBY HOLMES

MADELINE RIVET

LAUREN CLOHERTY

HANNAH SQUIRES

DIANA BISHOPP

AUDREY FALLER

KATELYN MICHALS

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EASTERN

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FORWARDS Ayla Abban Isabelle Besser Ava Glab Emma Holmes Julia Holmes Reese Pereira Jordyn Remmes Kayla Rice Julia Williams

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Duxbury HS/Duxbury, MA Ponaganset HS/North Scituate, RI Lawrence Academy/Nanuet, NY Winthrop HS/Winthrop, MA Winthrop HS/Winthrop, MA Lawrence Academy/North Easton, MA Lawrence Academy/Wrentham, MA Lawrence Academy/Walpole, MA Billerica-Chelmsford/Chelmsford, MA

YR JR SR FR JR JR SO SR FR JR

HT 5'7" 5'6" 5'7" 5'9" 5'8" 5'7" 5'10" 5'7" 5'3"

WT 130 123 130 150 130 135 140 135 120

DOB SHOT 6/4/05 Left 1/14/04 Right 1/25/06 Left 12/1/04 Left 12/1/04 Right 4/13/05 Left 3/13/03 Right 2/17/06 Left 9/1/04 Right

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DEFENSE Diana Bishopp Lauren Cloherty Abby Foran Abby Holmes Madeleine Rivet Hannah Squires

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Deerfield Academy/Powell, OH Lawrence Academy/Boston, MA Thayer Academy/Hingham, MA Winthrop HS/Winthrop, MA Westford Academy/Groton, MA Lawrence Academy/Mattapoisett, MA

YR JR SR SR JR SO SR

HT 5'11" 5'7" 5'9" 5'8" 5'3" 5'4"

WT 150 160 135 135 135 140

DOB SHOT 3/6/04 Right 3/11/03 Right 5/15/04 Right 12/1/04 Right 8/31/05 Right 2/7/03 Right

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Lawrence Academy/Tampa, FL Lawrence Academy/Westwood, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH JR 5'10" 155 3/17/05 Left JR 5'5" 125 8/12/04 Right

# GOALIES 1 Audrey Faller 29 Katelyn Michals

Coach: Kevin Potter - Lawrence Academy

Academy. Two other new prep players for coach Potter will be sophomore Reese Perreira, coming from the Mansfield/Oliver Ames/Foxboro program, and freshman Ava Glab, a New York native. Junior Ayla Abban is coming off another big offensive year for Duxbury HS and has established herself as one of Mass. HS hockey’s top scorers. Junior Julia Williams returns to Eastern and was a key in her Billerica/Chelmsford’s team run to a title in the MVC this past winter. Back from last year’s team is senior Isabelle Besser from RI’s Ponaganset HS.

Sisters Julia Holmes and Emma Holmes, out of the program at Winthrop HS, will be contributors. An impressive blue line will be a strongpoint for Team Eastern. Junior standout Diana Bishopp, an Ohio native from Deerfield Academy, will be a leader on the blue line, which also returns senior Abby Foran out of Thayer Academy. Lawrence Academy book-ends Lauren Cloherty (Boston, MA) and Hannah Squires (Mattapoisett, MA) will keep things on an even keel in the defensive zone. Junior Abby Holmes, the third of the Holmes triplets, will have a key defen-

Colors: Teal

sive role, while sophomore Madeline Rivet is looking to get back into it at Westford Academy this winter. In goal, junior Katelyn Michals is back for Eastern and will be joined by fellow junior, and Lawrence Academy teammate in Audrey Faller.

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EMPIRE

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Impressive Club Primed For Big Week By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

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his squad reached the semifinal round at the HNIB Girls Showcase in its debut last summer, and with a lot of players returning, this will be a tough squad. The team consists of many players from the Millbrook School, and will be coached by Millbrook head coach Erica Shapey.

The forward lines feature a good mix of upperclassmen, and younger players. Seniors Thomasina Nash and Abigail Ainley, both Millbrook fixtures and returners, will help drive the Empire offense. Sophomore Caleigh Murphy also returns and will look to contribute along with fellow sophomore Abigail Brown; both

SOPHIE SCHWARTZ

ABIGAIL BROWN

THOMASINA NASH

BELLA SHAY

ABIGAIL AINLEY

LILLIAN AINLEY

NATALIA DANYLUK

PIPER SMITH

CALEIGH MURPHY

EMILY MORIN

LILA PANNACCIULLI

CAROLINE LEARY

SHAYE JASIEL

JULIA SCHERESCHEWSKY

NATALIE ZARCONE

CHARLEIGH NEWMAN

JAYLA STEVER

JULIA ZANGRE

JESSICA TROCCHIO

MORGAN AINLEY

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FORWARDS Abigail Ainley Lillian Ainley Abigail Brown Adriana Crepaldi Natalia Danyluk Shaye Jasiel Caleigh Murphy Thomasina Nash Julia Schereschewsky Sophie Schwartz Piper Smith

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Millbrook School/Cranston, RI Millbrook School/Cranston, RI Millbrook School/Ridgefield, CT Hoosac/Brick, NJ Millbrook School/Glen Rock, NJ Millbrook School/Poughquag, NY Millbrook School/Belle Harbor, NY Millbrook School/Point Pleasant, NJ Millbrook School/Washington, CT Millbrook School/Jericho, NY Millbrook School/Colleyville, TX

YR SR FR SO SR FR SO SO SR JR FR FR

HT 5'4" 5'4" 5'1" 5'7" 5'7" 5'2" 5'4" 5'3" 5'4" 5'6" 5'6"

WT 145 115 100 135 135 115 135 145 125 110 130

DOB SHOT 2/9/04 Right 7/22/07 Right 5/28/06 Right 8/26/04 Right 11/11/05 Right 1/4/06 Right 9/28/05 Right 1/2/04 Left 11/20/04 Left 4/15/07 Left 8/12/06 Left

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DEFENSE Caroline Leary Emily Morin Charleigh Newman Lila Pannacciulli Bella Shay Jayla Stever Julia Zangre Natalie Zarcone

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Millbrook School/Greenwich, CT Millbrook School/Oakland, NJ Millbrook School/Woodbury, CT Millbrook School/East Meadow, NY Millbrook School/Vail, CO Millbrook School/Patterson, NY Millbrook School/Ridgefield, CT Northwood School/Huntington, NY

YR SO FR SO SO SR FR SR SR

HT 5'3" 5'7" 5'4" 5'4" 5'4" 5'1" 5'6" 5'7"

WT 125 132 125 125 112 120 135 145

DOB SHOT 7/11/05 Right 8/30/06 Right 12/22/05 Right 9/15/06 Right 7/3/03 Right 5/25/06 Right 3/12/03 Right 6/15/04 Left

# GOALIES 1 Morgan Ainley 29 Jessica Trocchio

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Millbrook School/Cranston, RI Millbrook School/Holtsville, NY

Coach: Erica Shapey - Millbrook School

look to have big roles in Millbrook’s offense this winter. Hoosac stalwart Adriana Crepaldi will need to be watched closely. No less than four freshmen, all of whom will head to Millbrook this year, bring their talents to the Showcase in Sophie Schwartz (New York), Natalia Danyluk (New Jersey), Lillian Ainley (Rhode Island) and Piper Smith (Texas). Junior Julia Schereschewsky, returning to the club, and sophomore Shay Jasiel are equally adept at playing forward or defense. Both play at Millbrook as well. The defensive group is will be deep.

Anchoring the unit are three senior blueliners in Julia Zangre (Connecticut), Natalie Zarcone (New York) and Bella Shay (Colorado). Zangre and Shay are Millbrook products, Zarcone is from Northwood School. Two Millbrook School sophomores hoping to have a big part in Empire’s defensive success are Lila Pannacciulli (New York) and Caroline Leary (Connecticut). Sophomore Charleigh Newman, out of Woodbury, CT, is hoping to impress right away. Two more freshmen dot the defensive roster is Emily Morin (New Jersey) and

YR HT WT DOB CATCH JR 5'3" 135 7/31/05 Left SO 5'3" 125 6/25/05 Left Colors: White/Red/Royal

Jayla Stever (New York). The netminding duties will be taken care of by a pair of Millbrook School goaltenders in junior Morgan Ainley and sophomore Jessica Trocchio, both returning from last summer’s impressive club.

ADRIANA CREPALDI

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LAKES REGION

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Squad Wants To Continue Solid Play By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

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ack for its second summer at HNIB, Lakes Region played some solid hockey last year and looks to keep that going in 2021. The team will again be coached by Chris Ladabouche, who coaches the New England Wildcats U19 program in NH.

Two key returnees up front for Lakes Region project to be sophomores Geena Cookinham, who plays with the New England Wildcats, and Grace Adams, who plays at the prep level at Holderness School. Both had solid 2020 Showcase performances. The Tilton School program is represented by what should be a

GRACE ADAMS

GEENA COOKINGHAM

ISABELLA MARZANO

SOPHIE BREA

CAROLINE GATES

NORAH MORRIS

TESSA JONES

ELLA BATES

DEVON CAVALIERE

AINSLEY LONCZAK

CONLEY LADABOUCHE

CAITLIN SLIDER

JAYDA HAYES

ALANA GLEICHER

DIANA POLAND

MCKENZIE O’LEARY

LILY VAUGHAN

EVA JOSLIN

MAREN RILEY

ABAIGEAL FULS

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FORWARDS Grace Adams Ella Bates Sophia Brea Devon Cavaliere Geena Cookinham Caroline Gates Tessa Jones Ainsley Lonczak Isabella Marzano Norah Morris Conley Ladabouche

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Holderness/Vershire, VT Weymouth HS/Weymouth, MA Tilton School/Windham, NH St. Joseph-Trumbull/Stamford, CT NE Wildcats/Manchester, NH Natick HS/Natick, MA Westwood HS/Westwood, MA Kimball Union Acad./Lexington, MA Tilton School/Warwick, RI Choate/Babylon, NY Tilton School/Barre, VT

YR JR FR JR SR SO SR SO SO SR SO JR

HT 5'6" 5'2" 5'6" 5'2" 5'4" 5'6" 5'4" 5'3" 5'7" 5'1" 5’4”

WT 120 102 130 136 125 135 130 120 185 110 130

DOB SHOT 1/21/05 Left 7/19/07 Right 3/29/05 Left 2/24/04 Right 10/3/05 Right 3/31/04 Right 11/28/05 Left 10/16/04 Right 5/29/03 Left 1/24/05 Left 12/1/03 Left

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DEFENSE Alana Gleicher Eva Joslin Jayda Hayes Mackenzie O'Leary Diana Poland Caitlin Slider Lily Vaughan

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Lawrence Acad./Lincoln, MA Kimball Union Acad./Warren, VT NE Wildcats/Reading, MA Winchendon/Beverly, MA Tilton School/Middletown, RI Holderness/Thetford Ctr., VT Acton-Boxboro/Acton, MA

YR FR SO JR JR SR SO SO

HT 5' 7" 5'11 5'7" 5'5" 5'2" 5'5" 5'5"

WT 160 185 126 125 130 135 140

DOB SHOT 3/08/07 Right 2/5/05 Right 1/6/05 Left 9/25/04 Right 6/23/03 Right 2/10/05 Left 6/13/06 Right

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Drury HS/Williamstown, MA East Catholic HS/Wethersfield, CT

YR HT WT DOB CATCH SO 5'5" 160 3/12/05 Left SR 5'7" 155 4/15/04 Left

# GOALIES 1 Abaigeal Fuls 29 Maren Riley

Coach: Chris Ladabouche - NE Wildcats U19

a pair of its key offensive performers in senior Isabella Marzano and junior Sophia Brea. Sophomore Norah Morris, a New York native, looks for a big season at Choate in the prep ranks. Senior Caroline Gates is a key piece of the offensive puzzle at Natick (MA) HS, where she helped lead the Redhawks to an unbeaten season. Kimball Union’s Ainsley Lonczak moves to Lakes Region this summer and will be a help to the offense. More experience comes from senior Devon Cavaliere from the Trumbull/St. Joseph program in Connecticut.

Sophomore Tessa Jones is a vital forward for Westwood (MA) HS. Ella Bates, just a freshman, already has varsity experience under her belt at Weymouth (MA) HS. Junior Conley Ladabouche of Tilton will be a key presence. On defense, senior veteran Diana Poland returns from last summer’s Lakes Region outfit. She patrols the blue line at Tilton. HNIB veteran Jayda Hayes moves to Lakes Region after a couple of summers with the Mass Preps squad. Winchendon School junior Mackenzie O’Leary will be a force in

Colors: Kelly Green

front of the net. Kimball Union’s Eva Joslin comes highly-regarded. Freshman Alana Gleicher will be at Lawrence Academy this fall. Acton-Boxboro ace Lily Vaughan will have a big defensive say. Sophomore Caitlin Slider, out of the Holderness School, will be another solid rearguard. Senior Maren Riley, from Connecticut’s East Catholic co-op program, will handle the goaltending job, teaming up with sophomore Abaigeal Fuls, a native of Williamstown, MA who plans on being between the pipes for the BC Selects this winter. Page 33


MASS PREPS

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Team Is Young, But Has Some Experience

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By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

his year’s Mass Preps entry will be on the young side again, with six freshmen and five sophomores on the roster. Despite the youth, the team will have plenty of experience, as eight players return from last summer’s club. Jenelle Ries from Brooks School has again put this team

together and will be behind the bench. The team’s lone two seniors will be in the forward lines, and the pair, Zoe Tow and Kaylen Taddia, both are HNIB Showcase veterans and play their winter hockey at the Winchendon School. Juniors Maddie DiNardo and Michaela Littlewood are a

ISABELLA MONDOLFI

KATE NIXON

BELLA HACKER

ROWAN KENNEDY

ISABELLA KING

MAUDE NIEMANN

KAYLEN TADDIA

ZOE TOW

MADDIE DINARDO

MICHAELA LITTLEWOOD

KENSLEY GOODE

PEYTON WOLFE

MORGAN ROCHEFORT

ELLA FINEGOLD

ABBY MONETTE

KYLIE CORREA

KYLEIGH MATOLA

ELEANOR ROGERS

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MASS PREPS

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FORWARDS Maddie DiNardo Bella Hacker Rowan Kennedy Isabella King Michaela Littlewood Isabella Mondolfi Maude Niemann Kate Nixon Kaylen Taddia Zoe Tow

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Brooks School/Topsfield, MA Brooks School/Burlington, MA Brooks School/Centennial, CO BB&N/Bedford, MA Brooks School/Andover, MA Brooks School/Waltham, MA St. Paul's School/Weston, CT Phillips Exeter /Winchester, MA Winchendon/Tewksbury, MA Winchendon/Brookline, MA

YR JR SO SO FR JR FR FR JR SR SR

HT 5'4" 5'3" 5'6'' 5'4" 5'3" 5'5" 5'5" 5'8" 5'4" 5'8''

WT 150 140 130 129 125 120 120 156 120 130

DOB SHOT 11/25/04 Right 1/18/06 Right 1/3/06 Right 2/16/07 Left 6/2/05 Left 7/4/07 Left 12/14/06 Left 9/21/04 Right 11/19/02 Right 12/12/03 Left

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DEFENSE Kylie Correa Ella Finegold Kenzley Goode Abby Monette Morgan Rochefort Peyton Wolfe

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Brooks School/Georgetown, MA Brooks School/Andover, MA Cushing Academy/Nashua, NH Cushing Academy/Malone, NY Brooks School/Bangor, ME Tabor Academy/Framingham, MA

YR SO SO FR SO JR FR

HT 5'4" 5'7" 5'10" 5'6" 5'9" 5'1"

WT 125 130 110 145 135 125

DOB SHOT 9/19/05 Right 12/9/05 Right 10/13/06 Right 1/15/05 Right 7/22/04 Right 10/4/06 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Brooks School/Coventry, RI Brooks School/Locust Valley, NY

YR HT WT DOB CATCH FR 5'4" 173 11/9/06 Left JR 5'5" 120 2/7/05 Right

# GOALIES 1 Kyleigh Matola 29 Eleanor Rogers

Coach: Jenelle Ries - Brooks School

pair of Brooks products that will be relied on offensively, both returning to the Mass. Preps roster. Sophomore Bella Hacker is ready to have a big winter season at Brooks, as is fellow sophomore Rowan Kennedy, who hails from Colorado. A new freshman at Brooks for the coming season is Isabella Mondolfi, who should step right in. Junior Kate Nixon is another returner and brings her talents from Phillips Exeter. Two freshmen ready to make a splash in the prep ranks this winter are St. Paul’s School’s Maude Niemann and BB&N’s Isabella King. On the blue line, the strong program at Cushing Academy is

Colors: Gold

represented by a pair of its up-and-comers in sophomore Abby Monette and freshman Kenzley Goode. Junior Morgan Rochefort of Brooks is back and will provide leadership in the defensive zone. Brooks sophomore Kylie Correa is back as well, while a third member of the defense crew from Brooks is sophomore Ella Finegold. Tabor Academy freshman Peyton Wolfe should pay immediate dividends. Two goalies from Brooks will be in charge of the netminding duties in junior Eleanor Rogers, another Mass Preps returner, and freshman Kyleigh Matola.

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MASS PUBLIC/CATHOLIC

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Forward Depth Will Propel Team’s Chances

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By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

ass Public/Catholic, a finalist last summer and winners of three HNIB Showcase titles in the last five years, returns the bulk of its forwards and both goaltenders. It will have some new faces on defense. Hard-working St. Mary’s Lynn head coach Frank Pagliuca is

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back to lead the charges of his club again and anticipates another strong tournament. Hingham senior Kathryn Karo has the ability to fill up the net, as does Methuen/Tewksbury ace Jessica Driscoll, both back for a third year at HNIB. The talent doesn’t stop there. Senior Isabel Hulse spearheads

cailey ryan

Jules connors

lizzy Greeley

Jessica Driscoll

Kathryn Karo

Karaline o’toole

MaDDie KrePelKa

Jenna chaPlain

Ml Pineros

isabel hulse

MaGGie Pierce

MaGGie Milne

Kasey litwin

sarah francis

natasha neelon

taylor bucKley

bree anDerson

brynn MacPherson

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FORWARDS Jenna Chaplain Jules Connors Jessica Driscoll Lizzy Greeley Isabel Hulse Kathryn Karo Madeline Krepelka Karaline O'Toole Maggie Pierce ML Pineros Cailey Ryan Maggie Milne

DEFENSE Bree Anderson Taylor Buckley Sarah Francis Kasey Litwin Brynn MacPherson Natasha Neelon

# GOALIES 1 Lauryn Hanafin 29 Lily Prendergast

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN St. Mary's Lynn/Peabody, MA Notre Dame Academy /Kingston, MA Methuen-Tewksbury/Tewksbury, MA Matignon/Hyde Park, MA Austin Prep/Newburyport, MA Hingham HS/Hingham, MA Arlington HS/Arlington, MA Abp. Williams/Quincy, MA St. Mary's Lynn/Melrose, MA Woburn HS/Woburn, MA Acton-Boxboro/Acton, MA Arlington Cath./Burlington, MA

YR JR SO SR JR SR SR JR SR JR SR SR SR

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Austin Prep/Wilmington, MA Notre Dame Acad./Raynham, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH SR 5'4" 145 9/28/03 Left SO 5'9" 138 10/13/04 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Austin Prep/Danvers, MA Undecided/Woburn, MA Notre Dame Academy/Scituate, MA St. Mary's Lynn/Swampscott, MA Matignon/Revere, MA Hingham HS/Hingham, MA

Coach: Frank Pagliuca - St. Mary’s Lynn

the attack at Austin Prep. Junior standout Maddie Krepelka is the offensive leader at Middlesex League power Arlington. Junior Jenna Chaplain out of St. Mary’s will also be a factor offensively and is another of the returners from last summer’s club. Also back is senior Cailey Ryan, a key performer at ActonBoxboro. Two newcomers to the club ready to contribute right away are Woburn’s ML Pineros and Archbishop Williams’ Karaline O’Toole, both seniors. Matignon flash Lizzy Greeley is another newcomer to watch. Look for Notre Dame Academy’s Jules Connors

to get involved in a big way. Two more solid returning forwards to the fold are St. Mary’s Maggie Pierce and Maggie Milne of Arlington Catholic. On defense, senior Natasha Neelon returns and will be vital to the success at Hingham HS again this winter. Sophomore Taylor Buckley had a solid ninth-grade season at Woburn HS. Expect Notre Dame Academy’s Sarah Francis and Kasey Litwin of St. Mary’s to have key roles on the blue line here this week. Austin Prep freshman Bree Anderson is ready to show what she can do. Bringing her vast experience is

YR FR SO SO SO SR SR

HT 5'6" 5'3" 5'4" 5'2" 5'5" 5'5" 5'8" 5'7" 5'5 5'2" 5'8" 5'4"

HT 5'6" 5'10" 5'4" 5'5" 5'5" 5'6"

WT 125 130 135 112 125 150 150 140 122 110 145 125 WT 125 145 130 130 110 145

DOB SHOT 10/19/04 Right 10/20/05 Left 6/9/04 Right 2/15/05 Right 9/26/03 Right 9/29/03 Left 3/10/05 Right 1/14/04 Left 1/26/05 Left 12/7/03 Left 12/30/03 Left 10/27/03 Left DOB SHOT 11/23/06 Left 1/9/06 Right 10/6/05 Right 8/29/06 Left 11/21/03 Right 3/24/04 Left

Colors: Royal Blue/Red

Matignon rearguard Brynn MacPherson. Both goalies return for Mass. Public/Catholic, which will be huge. Senior Lauryn Hanafin tends goal for Austin Prep, while junior Lily Prendergast is a fixture in goal for Notre Dame Academy.

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METRO

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Impressive Group Could Cause Fits By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

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ith some key veterans and some impressive young talent, Metro could be a factor this summer.

Metro will be coached this summer by Eliza Kelley, who is the head coach at Worcester State University.

Plenty of offense for Metro should come from Williston Northampton sophomore Emily Hamann and Phillips Andover junior Gretchen Swartz, both back for another summer. Seniors Morgan Cunningham from King Philip and Morgan Peritz, a key for new varsity program Pope Francis this past year, also bring lots of experience to the offense.

GRETCHEN SWARTZ

EMILY HAMANN

MORGAN CUNNINGHAM

MORGAN PERITZ

ZOLA PIEKARSKI

CASSIE MCDONALD

CATHERINE HART

KELLIE HARRINGTON

ELSA WOOD

LAUREN CROCKER

BRIDGET MCLAUGHLIN

LIANA PATRICK

TORREY WINROW

AISLINN BENNETT

KYLIE BEERS

CAROLINE JUSTICZ

RACHEL KEATING

ALEXSA CARON

MICHELLE KUSMAUL

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FORWARDS Lauren Crocker Morgan Cunningham Emily Hamann Kellie Harrington Catherine Hart Cassie McDonald Liana Patrick Morgan Peritz Zola Piekarski Gretchen Swartz Elsa Wood

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Pope Francis/Pittsfield, MA King Philip HS/Wrentham, MA Williston Northampton/Marlborough, MA Pope Francis/Pittsfield, MA King Phillip HS/Norfolk, MA Medfield HS/Medfield, MA Dover-Sherborn/Hopkinton/Upton, MA Pope Francis/Bondsville, MA East Coast Wizards/Concord, MA Phillips Andover/Bolton, MA Marblehead HS/Manchester, MA

YR SR SR SO JR FR PG JR SR 8th JR FR

HT 5'3" 5'8" 5'8" 5'4" 5'5" 5'4" 4'10" 5'2" 5'4" 5'8" 5'2"

WT 135 135 150 115 122 118 105 120 120 110 108

DOB SHOT 12/25/03 Right 2/19/04 Left 8/24/05 Left 1/13/05 Right 10/10/06 Right 2/16/05 Right 4/6/05 Right 12/16/03 Right 11/3/06 Right 4/3/05 Right 10/12/06 Right

# 32 33 34 35 36 37

DEFENSE Kylie Beers Aislinn Bennett Caroline Justicz Rachel Keating Bridget McLaughlin Torrey Winrow

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Westford Academy /Littleton, MA Shrewsbury HS/Milford, MA Acton-Boxboro/Harvard, MA HPNA/North Andover, MA Shrewsbury HS/Shrewsbury, MA Lincoln Sudbury HS/Sudbury, MA

YR JR SR FR SO SO SO

HT 6'0" 5'9" 5'5" 6'0" 5'2" 5'10"

WT 155 150 140 210 118 155

DOB SHOT 2/8/05 Right 4/6/04 Right 10/19/06 Right 11/17/05 Left 4/27/06 Right 12/1/05 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN BB&N/Dracut, MA Methuen-Tewksbury/Tewksbury, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH SO 5'10" 145 9/22/05 Left SR 5'6" 130 3/24/04 Left

# GOALIES 1 Alexsa Caron 29 Michelle Kusmaul

Coach: Eliza Kelley - Worcester State

Two more key cogs in the building of the program at Pope Francis are senior Lauren Crocker and junior Kellie Harrington, both of whom hail from Pittsfield. Senior Cassie McDonald is integral to the success at Medfield HS. Junior Liana Patrick was a key offensive perfomer this past winter for the DoverSherborn/Hopkinton program. Keep an eye on Zola Pierkarski, just an eighth grader out of the East Coast Wizards U16 program who was at the USA Hockey U15 Development Camp. Freshman Elsa Wood is already a key offense fixture at Marblehead HS. Freshman Catherine Hart hopes to

have a big impact this winter at King Phillip. Senior Aislinn Bennett out of Shrewsbury HS projects to be a leader on the blue line for Metro. Shrewsbury teammate Bridget McLaughlin, a sophomore, looks to open some eyes. Junior Kylie Beers out of Westford Academy and sophomore Torrey Winrow from Lincoln-Sudbury are two more rearguards back for another HNIB summer. Freshman standout Caroline Justicz had a regular role for Acton-Boxboro HS as an eighth-grader. Sophomore Rachel Keating patrols the blue line for HPNA in the Mass. HS hockey ranks.

Colors: Gold

Team Metro will have confidence in goal with senior Michelle Kusmaul of Methuen/Tewksbury, returning for her third HNIB summer, and BB&N sophomore Aleksa Caron, a recent USA Hockey Select 15 camp participant.

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Experienced Club Will Work Hard By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

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ith the majority of the roster comprised of players from Connecticut, Mid Atlantic is ready to face each and every challenge. Corey Cooper, the head coach at Hotchkiss School, a top prep program, will be in the leadership role for this club.

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Look for senior Riley Esposito, from the Northwest Catholic/Mercy program to be a key fixture up front, returning from last summer’s Mid Atlantic club. Also back with another year of experience is junior Nina Herceg, a native of New York who plays in the winter at CT’s Greenwich Academy. Millbrook School senior Brysha Schmidt will be a big con-

RILEY ESPOSITO

NINA HERCEG

BRYSHA SCHMIDT

SIENNA CHIN GERDING

NATALIE EWALD

SOPHIA NOWER

MADELINE KLOUD

ORLA O’DRISCOLL

NICOLE PARTRIDGE

ALEXANDRIA YOST

ALI GRICE

ALLISON GUYER

MOLLY WALSH

SHELBY LITTLE

ANNA KAHL

KENDALL CONLEY

KALEY MERKLE

ANNABELLE PACHECO

KAITLYN O’BRIEN

MARY CENTRACCHIO


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FORWARDS Sienna Chin Gerding Riley Esposito Natalie Ewald Alexandra Grice Allison Guyer Nina Herceg Madeline Kloud Sophia Nower Orla O'Driscoll Nicole Partridge Brysha Schmidt Alexandria Yost DEFENSE Kendall Conley Anna Kahl Shelby Little Kaley Merkle Anabella Pacheco Molly Walsh

# GOALIES 1 Mary Centracchio 29 Kaitlyn O'Brien

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Smithfield HS/Smithfield, RI Northwest Cath.-Mercy/Enfield, CT Suffield Co-op/Ellington, CT Mid-Fairfield Stars/Prospect, CT Northwest Cath.-Mercy/Deep River, CT Greenwich Academy/Irvington, NY New Canaan HS/New Canaan, CT Avon-Southington/Wethersfield, CT Quincy-No. Quincy/Quincy, MA Avon-Southington/Wethersfield, CT Millbrook School/Cortlandt Manor, NY Bishop Stang/Swansea, MA

YR SO SR JR FR SO JR SR JR JR JR SR JR

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Warwick Co-op/Warwick, RI Simsbury HS/Simsbury, CT

YR HT WT DOB CATCH JR 5'5" 130 5/17/05 Left SR 5'8" 135 8/14/03 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Trumbull-St. Joseph/Trumbull, CT Simsbury HS/Simsbury, CT Avon-Southington/Avon, CT Dover-Sherborn-Hopkinton/Hopkinton, MA East Catholic Co-op/Glastonbury, CT Simsbury HS/Simsbury, CT

Coach: Corey Cooper - Hotchkiss School

tributor. Junior Natalie Ewald is an offensive catalyst from the Suffield Co-op program. The Avon/Southington Nighthawks co-op program in Connecticut has two its top forwards ready to go in junior Nicole Partridge and junior Sophia Nower. From the Massachusetts HS ranks comes junior Alexandria Yost, a big piece of the offense at Bishop Stang, and Orla O’Driscoll, part of the highscoring offense at Quincy/North Quincy. RI Sting sophomore Sienna Chin Gerding will look to chip in some points on the scoresheet.

Senior Madeline Kloud will be a player to watch out of the high-powered program at New Canaan HS. Ready to contribute in a big way are sophomore Allison Guyer from the Northwest Catholic/Mercy co-op and Northern Lights, and freshman Alexandra Grice out of the MassConn United Team 1 program. Defensively, the Simsbury HS (CT) veteran tandem of Molly Walsh and Anna Kahl returns intact to give opposing forwards fits. Avon/Southington senior Shelby Little is another key component of the defense back for another summer.

YR JR SR SR JR JR SR

HT 5'2" 5'8" 5'8" 5'6" 5'6" 5'3" 5'3" 5'4" 5'8" 5'3" 5'0" 5'2" HT 5'4" 5'6" 5'7" 5'3" 5'5" 5'4"

WT 115 135 150 135 170 125 130 137 145 125 115 140 WT 135 140 160 115 115 135

DOB SHOT 2/22/06 Left 7/22/04 Right 5/11/05 Left 5/26/07 Left 8/17/06 Left 9/21/04 Right 1/27/04 Left 3/13/05 Right 9/26/03 Right 9/13/05 Left 2/3/04 Right 7/18/05 Right DOB SHOT 7/21/05 Right 9/20/04 Right 7/14/04 Right 6/3/05 Left 1/4/05 Right 9/22/03 Left

Colors: Gray/Navy

Trumbull/St. Joseph junior Kendall Conley will look to fit in. East Catholic’s Anabella Pacheco, a junior, will have a key role. Another junior on the defensive unit is Kaley Merkle from the DoverSherborn/Hopkinton co-op in Mass. Simsbury HS backstopper Kaitlyn O’Brien, a senior, and Mary Centracchio, a junior from Rhode Island’s Warwick Co-op, will handle the Mid Atlantic goaltending.

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Solid Mix Of Talent Could Pay Dividends By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

team that features a solid mix of prep school and high school players, don’t sleep on Team New England.

Leading the way for this outfit will be Melissa Tetreau, a long-time member of the coaching staff at Phillips Andover.

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Up front, senior Caitlin Burke out of Phillips Exeter, and junior Jenna Lynch from NH D1 state champion Bishop Guertin will be looked upon for scoring prowess. Freshman Brooke Harb, coming off a big year at Methuen/Tewksbury, is headed of to the prep ranks at Cushing, where she should contribute right away. Sophomore Marissa

JENNA LYNCH

SAGE SMITH

BROOKE HARB

CAITLIN BURKE

LUCY MACLEAN

MARISSA LAFFERTY

ELLA MAHER

MIKAYLA TALBOT

RAQUEL WALECKA

NATALIE LESSARD

MARIA CANTINO

ABIGAIL BRENNAN

JULIA SCHUSTER

SHEA FROST

AMBER BANKS

GABRIELLA WOODS

TAYLOR BARBOUR

AVERY CALLISON

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FORWARDS Caitlin Burke Brooke Harb Marissa Lafferty Natalie Lessard Jenna Lynch Lucy MacLean Ella Maher Sage Smith Mikayla Talbot Raquel Walecka Maria Cantino

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Phillips Exeter/Stoneham, MA Cushing Academy/Atkinson, NH Holderness/Dunbarton, NH Oyster River HS/Durham, NH Bishop Guertin HS/Brookline, NH Andover HS/Andover, MA Proctor Academy/Lebanon, NH Masconomet/Boxford, MA Cheverus HS/Lincolnville, ME Ursuline Academy/Stoughton, MA Pembroke HS/Pembroke, MA

YR SR FR SO SR JR FR JR SR SO SO SO

HT 5'4" 5'7" 5'5" 5'10" 5'9" 5'4" 5'1" 5'7" 5'4" 5'4" 5’7”

WT 145 130 120 145 140 110 117 145 130 130 120

DOB SHOT 7/21/03 Right 7/12/07 Left 9/1/06 Left 5/15/04 Left 2/3/05 Left 6/2/07 Left 12/26/04 Right 8/12/04 Left 3/1/06 Right 11/16/05 Right 10/7/05 Right

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DEFENSE Amber Banks Taylor Barbour Abigail Brennan Shea Frost Julia Schuster Gabriella Woods

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Lawrence Academy/Andover, MA NE Wildcats/Exeter, NH NE Wildcats/Rochester, NH Cushing Academy/Andover, MA Lawrence Academy/Groton, MA Cushing Academy/Maynard, MA

YR JR JR FR SR JR FR

HT 5'3" 5'3" 5'8" 5'9" 5'7" 5'8"

WT 120 130 165 145 140 150

DOB SHOT 10/17/04 Left 7/31/05 Left 1/29/07 Right 7/27/04 Left 11/19/04 Right 10/26/06 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN New Hampton/Acton, MA Northfield Mt. Hermon/Rockport, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH JR 5'9" 141 9/29/04 Left FR 5'7" 135 8/30/06 Left

# GOALIES 1 Avery Callison 29 Avery Olson

Coach: Melissa Tetreau - Phillips Andover

Lafferty comes from the competitive Holderness School program. Senior Natalie Lessard is a veteran presence for NH’s Oyster River HS program. Junior Ella Maher out of Proctor Academy will have a key role, as will sophomore Mikayla Talbot out of the Cheverus HS program in Maine. Ursuline HS sophomore Raquel Walecka should impress. Masconomet senior Sage Smith is an offensive leader for the Chieftains. Lucy Maclean, just a freshman, looks to jump right in at Andover HS this season. Sophomore Maria Cantino helped Pembroke HS to a huge year this past

winter. Backboning the defense for New England will be Cushing senior Shea Frost, already committed to Boston College. She will get some help from a pair of Lawrence Academy standouts in junior Julia Schuster and junior Amber Banks. Junior Taylor Barbour will bring her talents; she plans a season this winter with the New England Wildcats. Freshman Abigail Brennan is also part of the Wildcats program; she hails from Rochestern NH. Another talented freshman on her way to Cushing Academy is Gabriella

Colors: Orange

Woods out of Maynard, MA, coming out of the North Shore Vipers program. New Hampton’s Avery Callison is one of Team New England’s goaltenders. The second is freshman Avery Olson, bound for Northfield Mt. Hermon in the fall out of Rockport, MA.

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Team Fully Expects To Be Competitive By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

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eing competitive right from the outset will be the focus for the Northeast team this summer.

Behind the bench this year for Northeast will be Craig Seabury, the head coach at Winchester HS.

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Thayer Academy senior Ainsley Campbell will be a leader at forward. She returns for another summer, as does senior Danielle Cimino, out of the power Wellesley HS program, and Natick senior Colleen Quirk. Middlesex School sophomore Siena Berardinelli will have a say in the team’s offense.

AINSLEY CAMPBELL

COLLEEN QUIRK

DANIELLE CIMINO

JULIA LAMBERT

ALLISON CORREIRI

FAITH STEINER

AVA ENRIGHT

GABRIELLE OAKES

SIENA BERARDINELLI

KYLIE MCDONALD

KAYLEE CRONIN

ISABELLA NAPPI

CHARLOTTE HINCKLEY

GABY NAGAHAMA

MAEGAN CRONAN

CAITLYN O’DONNELL

CAROLINE MELANSON

DANIELLE DEJON

RHYS PITARI


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FORWARDS Siena Berardinelli Ainsley Campbell Danielle Cimino Kaylee Cronin Ava Enright Julia Lambert Kylie McDonald Isabella Nappi Gabrielle Oakes Colleen Quirk Faith Steiner

DEFENSE Allison Corrieri Maegan Cronan Charlotte Hinckley Caroline Melanson Gaby Nagahama Caitlyn O'Donnell

# GOALIES 1 Danielle DeJon 29 Rhyan Pitari

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Middlesex School/Burlington, MA Thayer Academy/Westwood, MA Wellesley HS/Wellesley, MA Stoneham HS/Stoneham, MA Boston Latin/Brighton, MA St. Mary's Lynn /Wilmington, MA Austin Prep/Stoneham, MA Rome U16/Utica, NY St. Mary's Lynn /Boxford, MA Natick HS/Natick, MA Austin Prep/Burlington, MA

YR SO SR SR SR FR 8th SO SO SO SO FR

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Malden Catholic/Cambridge, MA Brewster Academy/Methuen, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH JR 5'6" 128 11/4/04 Right SO 5'9" 165 3/19/06 Right

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Acton-Boxboro/Devens, MA Bishop Feehan/North Dighton, MA Middlesex School/Weston, MA Austin Prep/Wakefield, MA Pingree School/Winchester, MA Governor's Academy/Revere, MA

Coach: Craig Seabury - Winchester HS

Two newcomers to the St. Mary’s program are looking to get a head start. Sophomore Gabrielle Oakes moves over from Masconomet, while eighthgrader Julia Lambert is primed to step right in for the Spartans. Perennial Mass. HS power Austin Prep is represented by a pair of its younger talent in sophomore Kylie McDonald and freshman Faith Steiner. Senior Kaylee Cronin out of Stoneham is ready to show what she can do in the offensive zone. Freshman Ava Enright was a key contributor as an eighth-grader at Boston Latin. New York native Isabella Nappi plays her winter hockey with the Rome

U16 program. Defensively, senior Gaby Nagahama is a cornerstone on the blue line at Pingree School. The same holds true for junior Charlotte Hinckley at the Middlesex School. Junior Caroline Melanson eyes a big season this winter at Austin Prep. Sophomore Maegan Cronan brings her talent from the up-and-coming program at Bishop Feehan. Freshman Caitlyn O’Donnell is ready for prep hockey action at Governor’s Academy. Sophomore Allison Correiri is a steady rearguard out of ActonBoxboro. In the nets, sophomore Rhyan Pitari

YR SO SO JR JR SR FR

HT 5'3" 5'6" 5'3" 5'0" 5'7" 5'3" 5'6" 5'1" 5'6" 5'5" 5'6" HT 5'2" 5'6" 5'8" 5'1" 5'4" 5'4"

WT 120 120 130 120 120 135 115 105 135 145 140 WT 140 125 150 130 125 110

DOB SHOT 4/30/06 Left 11/15/03 Left 2/8/03 Right 3/10/04 Left 5/23/07 Right 7/17/08 Right 6/20/06 Right 3/25/06 Right 1/28/06 Right 5/17/04 Right 8/14/07 Right DOB SHOT 5/6/06 Right 10/28/05 Right 12/10/04 Left 11/29/04 Left 12/29/03 Left 5/7/07 Left

Colors: White/Red/Royal

had a solid showing at HNIB last summer and anticipates a big year at Brewster Academy. Also in the mix is talented Malden Catholic junior Danielle DeJon.

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New Club Hopes To Start Fast By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

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new entity in this year’s Girls Summer Showcase is NE Connecticut. The club is made up of players either already at, or heading to the Pomfret School this coming year. Ari Shocket, who played at Nobles and Boston College, has

been given the task of coaching this group, which looks to challenge from the get-go. Senior Emma McLean, who has played in the Showcase on a handful of occasions, will be a leader up front, along with junior Lily Brook and junior Grace Long. Junior Maya Shocket (Walpole, MA), junior Alexandra

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FORWARDS Lily Brook Ivy Dowdle Bridget Fallon Alexandra Hendrickson Grace Long Emma McLean Maya Shocket Anna Weaver Erin Wiehn

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Pomfret School/Newton, MA Pomfret School/Charlton, MA Pomfret School/Duxbury, MA Pomfret School/Hull, MA Pomfret School/Milton, MA Pomfret School/Burlington, MA Pomfret School/Walpole, MA Pomfret School/Westford, MA Pomfret School/Northbridge, MA

YR JR SO JR JR JR SR JR SO JR

HT 5'7'' 5'7" 5'11" 5'4" 5'7" 5'8" 5'9" 5'4" 5'5"

WT 145 155 145 160 126 135 145 125 120

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DEFENSE Paige Anderson Erin Barbakoff Dava Dudek Keira O’Brien Riley Millard Tara Valas

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Pomfret School/Edgartown, MA Pomfret School/Parkton, MD Pomfret School/Middletown, CT Pomfret School/Storrs, CT Pomfret School/Chester, CT Pomfret School/Raleigh, NC

YR SO SR JR FR JR JR

HT 5'5" 5'6" 5'8" 5'8" 6'0" 5'9"

WT DOB SHOT 120 5/3/05 Right 120 10/30/03 Left 120 3/4/05 Left 145 5/5/07 Left 170 2/9/04 Right 130 5/24/05 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Rye Country Day/Rye, NY Pomfret School/Haverhill, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH SR 5'9" 135 6/4/04 Left SO 5'5" 120 5/12/05 Left

# GOALIES 1 Emma Budke 29 Avery Valente

Coach: Ari Shocket

Hendrickson (Hull, MA) and junior Erin Wiehn (Northbridge, MA) all will be key contributors to the offensive attack. Bridget Fallon, a junior, hails from the hockey hotbed of Duxbury, MA. Sophomore Ivy Dowdle also plays club hockey with the Rhode Island Sting. Sophomore Anna Weaver heads off to Pomfret after playing at Westford Academy in MA. A senior veteran - Erin Barbakoff is at Pomfret via Parkton, MD and will be a cornerstone. Freshman-to-be Keira O’Brien will hope to show what she can do. Junior Tara Valas hails from Raleigh, NC and joins fellow junior Riley Millard (Chester, CT) on the blue line for coach Shocket. Sophomore Paige Anderson, who skated with Martha’s Vineyard HS this past winter, is also a returning HNIB Showcase participant. Junior Dava Dudek, out of Middletown, CT, hopes to open some eyes with her defensive

DOB SHOT 11/17/04 Left 6/15/05 Right 2/15/05 Left 4/11/05 Right 7/25/04 Right 11/5/02 Right 4/12/04 Right 12/1/04 Left 2/26/05 Left

Colors: Light Blue

play. In goal, NE Connecticut will go with Pomfret sophomore Avery Valente, and senior Emma Budke, a poised netminder who plays at Rye Country Day in New York.

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Defending Champs Solid Once Again By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

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he defending champions return several key pieces which would make them a serious contender again this summer.

Back again to coach this Northern New England team is Kelly Souza, the head coach at Berwick Academy.

MIA LANGLOIS

CHARLOTTE WENSLEY

JULIA CABRAL

HAILEY TULLO

SHAUNA VADEBONCOEUR

ASHLYN LIBBY

LOUISE ROPER

ANNIE DINGES

KRISTINA ALLARD

ADRIANA URBAN

GABRIELLA MARTINIELLO

REESE FENDELET

ISABELLA POMARICO

EVE STONE

ISABELLA

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A pair of seniors ready to lead the offensive attack are Mia Langlois of Cushing Academy, a Northeastern University commit, and Lara Beecher from Buffalo, who plans on skating this winter with the Mississauga Jr. Hurricanes, a University of Vermont commit. St. Paul’s School sophomore Charlotte Wensley will be a big

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FORWARDS Lara Beecher Julia Cabral Annie Dinges Mia Langlois Ashlyn Libby Louise Roper Hailey Tullo Shauna Vadeboncoeur Charlotte Wensley

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Mississauga Jr. Chiefs/Buffalo, NY Berwick Academy/Lee, NH Deerfield Academy/Woodstock, CT Cushing Academy/Windham, NH Berwick Academy/Scarborough, ME Berwick Academy/Kennebunkport, ME Westminster/Southwick, MA Phillips Exeter/Brentwood, NH St. Paul's School/Dover, NH

YR SR JR SO SR JR SO JR JR SO

HT 5'6" 5'6" 5'6" 5'7" 5'7" 5'6" 5'7" 5'6" 5'4"

WT 125 120 140 140 125 135 135 130 140

DOB SHOT 11/10/04 Right 4/20/05 Right 4/27/05 Right 3/23/04 Left 6/20/04 Right 2/11/06 Right 12/25/03 Left 3/18/04 Right 8/29/05 Right

# 32 33 34 35 36 37

DEFENSE Kristina Allard Gretchen Dann Reese Fendelet Gabriella Martiniello Isabella Mazza Adriana Urban

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN St. Paul's School/Kingston, NH Kimball Union Acad./Hanover, NH Berwick Academy/Greenland, NH St. Paul's School/Salem, NH Berwick Academy/Madbury, NH Hoosac/Monroe, NJ

YR SR SR JR SO JR JR

HT 5'5" 5'9" 5'10" 5'8" 5'6" 5'7"

WT 125 155 135 130 140 132

DOB SHOT 5/15/03 Right 9/13/03 Left 3/11/05 Right 10/18/05 Left 3/22/04 Right 8/24/05 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Berwick Academy/Brentwood, NH Rivers School/No. Billerica, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH JR 5'5" 125 10/16/04 Left SR 5'7" 140 11/18/03 Left

# GOALIES 1 Isabella Pomarico 29 Eve Stone

Coach: Kelly Souza - Berwick Academy

factor up front, as will junior Hailey Tullo of of the Westminster School, and junior Shauna Vadeboncouer from Phillips Exeter, who returns from last year’s title club. Junior Julia Cabral is another offensive weapon to watch Fellow junior Ashlyn Libby will chip in as well. Both play in the winter at Berwick Academy. Deerfield Academy sophomore Annie Dinges makes her HNIB Showcase debut and should fit right in with the NNE offense. Berwick Academy sophomore Louise Roper is another offensive option. On the blue line, senior veteran Kristina Allard, a Northeastern commit

from St. Paul’s School, is back for her fourth summer at HNIB. Senior Gretchen Dann is a rock in the defensive zone at Kimball Union. Both were keys to last year’s title run for NNE. Two Berwick juniors coach Souza is very familiar with are Reese Fendelet and Isabella Mazza, two steady rearguards who also were part of last summer’s NNE team. Keep an eye on St. Paul’s School sophomore Gabriella Martiniello, who brings her good sense. Junior Adriana Urban is another solid defenseman out of the Hoosac School program. Rivers School standout Eve Stone, a senior, and Berwick Academy netmin-

Colors: Red/Black

der Isabella Pomarico, a junior, are back to take of things between the pipes.

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Solid Nucleus Key To Team’s Chances

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By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

ith a solid nucleus of players who have played in the HNIB Showcase in the past, this is a squad that no team can take lightly. Eleven players are back from last summer’s Rhode Island entry. Portsmouth Abbey head coach Kurt Carter will be behind the

bench for this team, which has group of players from the Abbey. Up front, Lawrence Academy junior Anya Nichipor will be a catalyst, while Portsmouth Abbey junior Danielle Longuemare will certainly be a sparkplug. Senior Lillee Dougherty, juniors Sara Desousa and Ashtyn Bringardner, sophomore Cassidy Cross, all play for coach

CHRISTINE OAR

ZOE ROSENBERG

SARA DESOUSA

CASSIDY CROSS

DANIELLE LONGUEMARE

MEGHAN AZZATO

ANYA NICHIPOR

LILLEE DOUGHERTY

MEGAN CROYLE

HANNAH HAXTON

ASHTYN BRINGARDNER

GWENN HOSMER

SOPHIA CAPONE

ERIN MCNAMARA

ISABELLA DIREDA

DAKOTA ORMISTON

JACKIE MARTIN

MARY KCKIERNAN

SOFIA CEBRERO

KATE GRIVERS

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FORWARDS Meghan Azzato Ashtyn Bringardner Cassidy Cross Meghan Croyle Sara DeSousa Lillee Dougherty Hannah Haxton Danielle Longuemare Anya Nichipor Christine Oar Zoe Rosenberg

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN St. George's/East Falmouth, MA Portsmouth Abbey/Raynham, MA Portsmouth Abbey/Rehoboth, MA East Catholic HS/Somers, CT Portsmouth Abbey/Cumberland, RI Portsmouth Abbey/Wakefield, RI Lawrence Academy/Wakefield, RI Portsmouth Abbey/Pembroke, MA Lawrence Academy/East Greenwich, RI Thayer Academy/Scituate, MA Portsmouth Abbey/New York, NY

YR JR JR SO SR JR SR JR JR JR JR SO

HT 5'4" 5'7" 5'5" 5'2" 5'4" 5'4" 5'4" 5'5" 5'3" 5'4" 5'3"

WT 130 120 120 125 145 125 130 140 130 140 120

DOB SHOT 9/23/05 Right 1/11/05 Right 10/24/04 Right 3/29/04 Right 11/28/03 Left 12/20/03 Right 3/2/05 Right 1/22/04 Right 6/3/04 Right 1/2/04 Left 3/31/05 Right

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DEFENSE Sophia Capone Isabella DiReda Gwenn Hosmer Jacqueline Martin Mary McKiernan Erin McNamara Dakota Ormiston

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Portsmouth Abbey/Cumberland, RI Portsmouth Abbey/Oxford, MA St. George's/Westfield, MA Portsmouth Abbey/Smithfield, RI East Catholic Co-op/Glastonbury, CT Portsmouth Abbey/South Kingstown, RI Portsmouth Abbey/Issaquah, WA

YR SO JR SO SR SR JR SO

HT 5'5" 5'6" 5'5" 5'3" 5'8" 5'5" 5'6"

WT 120 160 150 120 150 140 130

DOB SHOT 6/1/05 Left 10/31/03 Left 2/3/06 Right 4/8/04 Right 4/29/04 Left 11/16/04 Right 4/16/06 Right

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Portsmouth Abbey/Hudson, NH LaSalle Academy /Attleboro, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH JR 5'6" 125 4/8/04 Right JR 5'8" 137 9/24/04 Left

# GOALIES 1 Sofia Cebrero 29 Kate Grivers

Coach: Kurt Carter - Portsmouth Abbey

Carter at Portsmouth Abbey, and all return from last summer’s club with another year of experience. Look for junior Hannah Haxton, bound for Lawrence Academy, to have a big say on offense. Junior Christine Oar also has prep school pedigree, playing her hockey at Thayer Academy. Junior Meghan Azzato, a Falmouth MA native, plays in the ISL at St. George’s School and will have to be watched. Senior Meghan Croyle brings her talents from the East Catholic coop program in Connecticut. Sophomore Zoe Rosenberg is another player who calls Portsmouth Abbey home. The defensive group also has a strong Portsmouth Abbey flavor. Senior Jacqueline Martin is the lone senior of the group and will be a leader. Fellow Ravens Erin McNamara (junior) and Isabella DiReda (junior), like Martin, return from last summer’s Rhode Island entry.

Colors: Red/Black

Sophomore Sophia Capone, a Cumberland, RI native, will look to chip in. Headed to Portsmouth Abbey in the fall is sophomore Dakota Ormiston, who hails from Issaquah, WA and had played with the U14 Seattle Sno-Kings. Senior Mary McKiernan is a solid blue liner from the East Catholic program in Connecticut. Sophomore Gwenn Hosmer plays at the St. George’s School. A pair of juniors will get the call between the pipes. Sofia Cebrero tends goal at Portsmouth Abbey. Kate Grivers backboned LaSalle to the Rhode Island state championship, winning playoff MVP honors along the way. Follow us on Twitter all year long!

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By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

ade up top players from the South of Boston, with the majority hailing from Cape Cod, Southeast is looking to make a name for itself this summer. Back to coach this club is Dennis Aldrich, the veteran mentor at Mass. HS power Canton HS.

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The team features five forwards returning from last year, including the duo of Finley Crosby and Grace Holden, offensive leaders for Barnstable HS this past season. Falmouth had a great year and a big reason why was the play of senior Sam McKenzie and Ryann McDonald. McDonald will move on this winter to the Kent School. Canton senior Tess

FINLEY CROSBY

GRACE HOLDEN

SAM MCKENZIE

RYANN MCDONALD

TESS KHOURY

CAROLINE BARRETT

CLAIRE HAZARD

GRETTA HULBIG

CAROLINE KELLEHER

ADRIANNA KELSCH

KYLIE LICK

EMMA MCPHERSON

OLIVIA O’BRIEN

ALLIE MCCABE

MEGHAN BARRETT

MAYA BATTISTA

RYLEY KING

DABRY ROUNSEVILLE

CAROLYN DURAND

LUCY ARMOUR


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FORWARDS Caroline Barrett Finley Crosby Claire Hazard Grace Holden Gretta Hulbig Caroline Kelleher Adrianna Kelsch Tess Khoury Kylie Lick Emma MacPherson Ryann McDonald Samantha McKenzie DEFENSE Meghan Barrett Maya Battista Ryley King Allie McCabe Olivia O'Brien Darby Rounseville

# GOALIES 1 Lucy Armour 29 Carolyn Durand

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Sandwich HS/Sandwich, MA Barnstable HS/Osterville, MA Barnstable HS/Centerville, MA Barnstable HS/Centerville, MA MA Spitfires/Foxboro, MA Martha's Vineyard HS/Edgartown, MA Sandwich HS/Bourne, MA Canton HS/Canton, MA Duxbury HS/Duxbury, MA Sandwich HS/Sandwich, MA Kent School/East Famouth, MA Falmouth HS/East Falmouth, MA

YR SR SO SO SO 8th JR SO SR JR 8th SO SR

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Falmouth HS/N Falmouth, MA Canton HS/Canton, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH JR 5'7" 140 4/28/05 Right JR 5'6" 175 3/26/05 Left

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Sandwich HS/Sandwich, MA Canton HS/Canton, MA Barnstable HS/Marstons Mills, MA Canton HS/Canton, MA Sandwich HS/Sandwich, MA Sandwich HS/South Dennis, MA

Coach: Dennis Aldrich - Canton HS

Khoury is another solid returner up front. The town of Sandwich is represented by a trio of forwards. Both senior Caroline Barrett and sophomore Adrianna Kelsch were keys to the Blue Knights success. Emma MacPherson, a talented eighth grader, will skate with the Boston Breakers U14. Junior Kylie Lick is part of the forward group at Mass. HS power Duxbury. Sophomore Claire Hazard from Barnstable HS will show what she can do. Junior Caroline Kelleher comes to HNIB from Martha’s Vineyard. Another eighth-grader to watch is Gretta

Hulbig, a member of the Mass. Spitfires program. Defensively, returners Allie McCabe (senior) of Canton, and Olivia O’Brien (junior) of Sandwich will be cornerstones for Southeast. Two more Sandwich High products in the lineup to watch are sophomore Meghan Barrett and freshman Darby Rounseville. Junior Maya Battista is another in a long line of impressive blue liners at Canton HS. Sophomore Ryley King is a key on defense at Barnstable HS. Goaltending should be a strong point. Canton junior Carolyn Durand returns after a solid showing last winter at

YR SO JR SO SR JR FR

HT 5'6" 5'6" 5'5" 5'0" 5'6" 5'4" 5'3" 5'5" 5'10" 5'3" 5'8" 5'7" HT 5'4" 5'4" 5'6" 5'9" 5'2" 5'7"

WT 155 145 135 132 120 130 130 135 160 120 130 135 WT 133 145 130 145 120 125

DOB SHOT 6/15/04 Right 10/18/05 Right 4/12/06 Left 6/5/06 Right 8/11/07 Left 9/14/04 Left 1/9/06 Left 9/30/03 Left 5/13/05 Right 6/12/08 Left 7/4/05 Right 8/19/03 Left DOB SHOT 1/4/06 Left 8/18/05 Left 9/3/05 Right 2/20/04 Right 5/25/05 Right 3/12/07 Left

Colors: Gray

HNIB. Joining her in the rotation is junior Lucy Armour from Falmouth.

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Solid Club Will Be Tough To Deal With

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By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

his squad made a solid debut in the HNIB Girls Showcase last summer and looks to be at least as competitive this year, eyeing a playoff berth. Hotchkiss School coach Corey Cooper put together this team, which is comprised primarily of players from Hotchkiss.

In the forward ranks, a quartet of players, all from Hotchkiss, return from last summer’s entry in juniors Caroline Bergin and Sofia Marcktell, and the sophomore duo of Beatrice Garvey and Briana Rockwood. All will be key offensive players. A pair of forwards from a strong Taft School program to watch are junior Angelica Megdanis, and junior Erin Lonergan.

BRIANA ROCKWOOD

SOFIA MARCKTELL

BEATRICE GARVEY

LUNA LU

CAROLINE BERGIN

CAROLINE BLISS

ANGELICA MEGDANIS

DAPHNE BARRETT

REBECCA WHITE

ERIN LONERGAN

REAGAN COMORA

SADIE PANARO

CAROLINE HOLM

CHARLOTTE MOODY

CATHERINE MARTIN

ANNABEL RAFFIN

ZOE FROIMOVITZ

STEPHANIE IONESCU

LIZE TAKOUDES

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FORWARDS Daphne Barrett Caroline Bergin Caroline Bliss Beatrice Garvey Caroline Holm Erin Lonergan Luna Lu Sofia Marcktell Angelica Megdanis Sadie Panaro Briana Rockwood Rebecca White DEFENSE Reagan Comora Zoe Froimovitz Catherine Martin Charlotte Moody Rowyn Pemrick Annabel Raffin Ashley Wright

# GOALIES 1 Stephanie Ionescu 29 Lize Takoudes

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Hotchkiss/Poughkeepsie, NY Hotchkiss/Fair Haven, NJ Bellows Free Acad./West Charlton, NY Hotchkiss/New Ashford, MA Choate/Cheshire, CT Taft School/Mendham, NJ Hotchkiss/Ottawa, ONT Hotchkiss/Simsbury, CT Taft School/New Canaan, CT Hotchkiss/Wappingers Falls, NY Hotchkiss /Pleasant Valley, NY Milton Academy/Orono, ME

YR SO JR SO SO SO JR JR JR JR FR SO FR

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Hotchkiss/Fairfield, CT Hotchkiss/Needham, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH SO 5'6" 120 1/18/05 Left SR 5'7" 125 7/16/03 Right

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN New Hampton /Wilton, NY Hotchkiss/Ambler, PA Hotchkiss/Darien, CT Hotchkiss /Darien, CT Hotchkiss/Middle Grove, NY Hotchkiss/Woodbridge, CT Taft School/Milford, CT

Coach: Corey Cooper - Hotchkiss School

Southern NE also boasts three more forwards out of the Hotchkiss School. Junior Luna Lu, sophomore Daphne Barrett and freshman Sadie Panaro all hope to contribute in a big way. Sophomore Caroline Bliss is a New York native, and plays her winter hockey at Vermont’s Bellows Free Academy, where she was an All Star this past winter. Freshman Rebecca White is ready to make a splash at Milton Academy in the fall. Sophomore Caroline Holm comes from Choate. A trio of Hotchkiss School blue liners, all back from last summer’s SNE club, will be key on defense. They are senior Catherine Martin, junior Charlotte Moody and sophomore Annabel Raffin. Junior Ashley Wright is a key player for both Taft and Mid Fairfield U19. Freshman Reagan Comora, from New

YR FR SO SR JR FR SO JR

HT 5'2" 5'9" 5'2" 5'6" 5'2" 5'4" 5'6" 5'5" 5'7" 5'2" 5'10" 5'9" HT 5'3" 5'6" 5'7" 5'11'' 5'5" 5'4" 5'2"

WT 105 140 145 140 110 125 135 130 148 115 150 140 WT 115 130 135 150 112 130 130

DOB SHOT 1/23/06 Right 3/23/05 Left 12/21/05 Left 5/16/06 Left 12/16/05 Right 11/22/04 Left 8/26/05 Left 10/15/04 Left 1/26/04 Left 1/14/07 Right 5/11/05 Right 10/24/05 Left DOB SHOT 2/2/06 Right 5/10/06 Left 3/19/03 Right 10/5/04 Left 6/24/06 Right 4/3/06 Left 8/3/04 Right

Colors: Navy Blue/Gold

York, is bound for New Hampton in the Fall. Sophomore Zoe Froimovitz is another key Hotchkiss rearguard. Joining the Bearcats for the coming year is freshman Rowyn Pemrick. Goaltending duties will be handled by the Hotchkiss duo of senior Lize Takoudes and sophomore Stephanie Ionescu. Follow us on Twitter all year long! @hnibonline

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New Squad Features Wide-Ranging Roster By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

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nother new entry this summer in the HNIB Girls Showcase is Team Suburban, made up of players from a wide variety of areas. Getting the task of molding this group into a cohesive unit is Maddie Evangelous, a former Worcester Academy and Elmira

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College standout and womens pro hockey player. In the forward lines, a trio of players from New York state hope to have a big say offensively. Senior Erin Anderson from the Adirondack Northstars and junior Emily Speck from the Troy-Albany Ice Cats are returners to the HNIB Showcase, while freshman Meghan Crowley out of the Rome U16 pro-

EMILY SPECK

ERIN ANDERSON

MEGAN CROWLEY

MEGAN MEOLA

EVE CLEMANS

AMANDA LEPORE

ADRIANA REGINA

BAILEY MCDEVITT

TORI APOSTOLAKES

KENDALL LARIVERE

MATILDA PETHRICK

SOLANA ZIZZO

KATIE SULLIVAN

QUINN MURRAY

EMILY FLORES

JORDAN POND

ALLIE PERKINS

MIA GONSALVES

NIKOLA BARKWELL

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FORWARDS Erin Anderson Victoria Apostolakes Eve Clemans Meghan Crowley Kendall Lariviere Amanda Lepore Bailey McDevitt Megan Meola Amanda Regina Emily Speck Ellie Perkins

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN Adirondack Northstars/Ballston Spa, NY Billerica-Chelmsford /Chelmsford, MA Florida Alliance 16U/Richmond, VA Rome U16/Baldwinsville, NY HPNA/Bradford, MA Canterbury/Trumbull, CT Wakefield HS/Wakefield, MA Newark Ironbound Elite/Long Valley, NJ Canterbury /Milford, CT Troy Albany Ice Cats /Mechanicville, NY Taft/Greenwich, CT

YR SR JR SO FR FR SO SR FR JR JR JR

HT 5'8" 5'6" 5'5" 5'10" 5'1" 5'6" 5'6" 5'2" 5'9" 5'6" 5’9”

WT 128 148 120 140 103 150 150 110 160 145 138

DOB SHOT 5/11/04 Left 12/29/04 Right 10/6/06 Right 11/26/06 Right 1/12/07 Left 6/6/05 Right 1/26/04 Right 7/24/07 Right 4/22/04 Right 5/25/05 Right 11/17/04 Left

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DEFENSE Emily Flores Quinn Murray Matilda Pethrick Jordan Pond Kate Sullivan Solana Zizzo

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN CD Jets /Watervliet, NY Albany Academy/Stuyvesant, NY Northfield Mt. Hermon/Stratford, CT Hoosac School/Gardner, MA Woburn HS/Woburn, MA Rome U16/Manlius, NY

YR SR JR JR SR FR SO

HT 5'4" 5'7" 5'8" 5'8" 5'4" 5'5"

WT 120 125 165 150 112 125

DOB SHOT 8/15/04 Right 12/2/04 Left 5/27/05 Right 12/3/03 Right 3/25/07 Left 10/30/06 Right

2021-2022 TEAM/TOWN St. Paul Academy/St. Paul, MN Holderness/Billerica, MA

YR HT WT DOB CATCH JR 5'6" 110 10/17/05 Left FR 5'6" 140 2/27/06 Left

# GOALIES 1 Nikola Barkwell 29 Mia Gonsalves

Coach: Maddie Evangelous - Formerly Elmira College/NWHL

gram will be making her debut. Canterbury School sends two of its key offensive performers in junior Amanda Regina and sophomore Amanda Lepore. Keep an eye on the play of sophomore Eve Clemans, who plans to skate this coming year with the Florida Alliance 16U program. Freshman Meghan Meola from the Newark Ironbound Elite program will impress scouts with her play. Junior Tori Apostolakes helped power her Billerica/Chelmsford team to a league title in Mass. HS hockey. Wakefield HS senior Bailey McDevitt will look to contribute to the cause, as will freshman Kendall Lariviere, who will play with the HPNA co-op program this winter. On defense, Albany Academy junior Quinn Murray is another returning Showcase player, as is senior Emily Flores, out of the CD Jets program in New York. Sophomore Solana Zizzo is another Gotham Stater who is with the Rome U16 program. Junior Matilda Pethrick will be

Colors: Navy Blue/Gold

a key force on the Suburban blue line. Senior Jordan Pond is a Mass. native who plays her scholastic hockey at Hoosac School. A youngster looking to impress is freshman Kate Sullivan, out of Woburn HS. Junior Nikola Barkwell, out of St. Paul Academy in Minnesota, will be one part of the team’s two-goalie rotation. Also here is Mia Gonsalves, headed for Holderness after backboning Billerica-Chelmsford to an impressive 20-21 campaign.

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Talent From All Over Has Team Excited By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

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ith players from 13 different states and Canada, the Tier 1 North Black Bears hope to have a good showing in their debut here at the HNIB Showcase. Coaches Alex Moody, Emme Ostrander and Bridgette Prentiss will be in charge of this group.

Senior Taylor Nelson skates with the Sun Valley U19 club in her home state of Idaho. Danica Glass, also a senior, has played with the CDA Hockey Academy and is a native of Texas. Junior Pilar Dugard, from California, played prep hockey with Hoosac School this winter. Junior Savannah Barber hails from South Dakota and plays for the Brookings Rangers.

LAUREN SUNDGREN

ALEXANDRIA CHISDAK

SAVANNAH BARBER

BRYLIE BEDDELL

GRACIA MUNOZ

HAILEY MCDOUGALL

JALYNN CASTRO

LILY ABRAHAM

NANCY MOORE

TAYLOR NELSON

PILER DUGARD

DANICA GLASS

LILY WOJCICKI

SIERRA STEPHENS

BROOKLYN NIMEGEERS

TESS BARRETT

JESSICA FITZGERALD

RYLEE TANNER

BELLE KELLEY

ANABELLE THOMAS

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FORWARDS Lily Abraham Savannah Barber Gabriella Batchen Brylie Beddell Jalynn Castro Alexandria Chisdak Pilar Dugard Danica Glass Hailey MacDougall Nancy Moore Gracia Munoz Taylor Nelson Lauren Sundgren

DEFENSE Tess Barrett Jessica FitzGerald Brooklyn Nimegeers Sierra Stephens Rylee Tanner Lily Wojcicki GOALIES Belle Kelly Anabelle Thomas

HOMETOWN Oregon South Dakota Wyoming California New York Montana California Texas Ontario, CAN British Columbia, CAN Minnesota Idaho Minnesota HOMETOWN Massachusetts Nevada Saskatoon, CAN Nevada Illinois Washington HOMETOWN Minnesota New York

2021/22 SCHOOL YEAR Sophomore Junior Sophomore Senior Junior Junior Junior Senior Senior Senior Freshman Senior Senior Senior Junior Sophomore Sophomore Senior Sophomore Senior Senior

Coach: Alex Moody / Bridgitte Prentiss / Emme Ostrander (Black Bears Academy) Colors: White/Black/Gray Coming from Minnesota are senior Lauren Sundgren (Rosemount HS) and up-and-coming freshman Gracia Munoz (Woodbury HS). Important cogs in the lineup are senior Hailey MacDougall of the Hamilton Hawks, and senior Nancy Moore from the Northern Capitals. Junior Jalynn Castro is from the Syracuse Nationals out of NY. Junior Alexandria Chisdak hails from Montana, but plays prep hockey in the winter at St. Paul’s School. Looking to contribute to the offensive attack are sophomore Gabriella Batchen (Wyoming), sophomore Lily Abraham (Oregon) and senior Brylie

Beddell (California). In the defensive zone, look for senior Tess Barrett, from St. Mark’s to be a cornerstone. Senior Rylie Tanner looks to be a key for Team Colorado in the winter season. A pair of blue liners come to HNIB from Nevada in junior Jessica FitzGerald and sophomore Sierra Stephens. Rounding out the blue line group are sophomore Lily Wojcicki from the SnoKings program in Washington state, and sophomore Brooklyn Nimegeers from the Regina Rebels. Goaltending will be key and this Bears North team will rely on a pair of seniors.

Annabelle Thomas plays for the boys varsity at Rye (NY) HS. Belle Kelly bring her talents from the Breck School in Minnesota.

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Hard-Working Club Looks For Big Things By Gary Demopoulos - HNIB

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t will be interesting to see how this team fares this week. Put together by the Middlesex Black Bears Academy, it will feature a group of players from all over. Coaches Alex Moody, Emme Ostrander and Bridgette Prentiss have the task of molding this group into a cohesive

unit. At forward, a pair of skaters hail from Minnesota. Looking to show what they can do are senior Avery Farrell (Rogers HS) and junior Kate Ness. Sophomore Sophie DeFalco has experience with the Ironbound program out of her native New Jersey. Senior Kaila

AVERY FARRELL

ELLA BERNARD

JASMINE KOHL

KATE NESS

SOPHIE DEFALCO

REBECCA LARSON

KEELEY COMBO

TAYLOR KLASSEN

KATHERINE DEVLIN

KAILA BOOTH

ABBY GLANDON

SAGE KRACKE

CHARLOTTE MANGANARO

TEAGAN BRUSH

JULIA WEINER

MARY KATE HEWITT

MARGOT BETTMAN

ERICA FIJALA

ALLYSON HUNDLEY

BREANNA CESAVICE

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FORWARDS Ella Bernard Kaila Booth Keeley Combo Sophie DeFalco Katherine Devlin Avery Farrell Abby Glandon Taylor Klassen Jasmine Kohl Sage Kracke Rebecca Larson Kate Ness Sophie Zerlli

DEFENSE Margot Bettman Teagan Brush Erica Fijala Mary Kate Hewitt Charlotte Manganaro Julia Weiner GOALIES Breanna Cesavice Allyson Hundley

HOMETOWN Michigan Pennsylvania Idaho New Jersey Massachusetts Minnesota Ottawa, CAN North Dakota Saskatoon, CAN North Dakota Michigan Minnesota Massachusetts HOMETOWN Illinois New Jersey Manitoba, CAN Minnesota Massachusetts Massachusetts HOMETOWN Pennsylvania Michigan

2021/22 SCHOOL YEAR Junior Senior Junior Sophomore Senior Senior Junior Senior Junior Junior Junior Junior Sophomore Senior Senior Junior Junior Senior Senior Senior Senior

Coach: Alex Moody / Bridgitte Prentiss / Emme Ostrander (Black Bears Academy) Colors: Royal Blue/Gray Booth, from Pennsylvania, has played with the Little Flyers organization. Two forwards travelled here from North Dakota. Senior Taylor Klassen and junior Sage Kracke are high school teammates there with Fargo Davis HS. Junior Abby Glandon (Ottawa Lady Senators) and Jasmine Kohl (Prince Albert Bears) play their winter hockey in Canada. Ella Bernard, a junior, is here from Michigan, as is fellow junior Rebecca Larson. Junior Keeley Combo skates with the Idaho Vipers in her native state. Two Massachusetts girls on the roster are Walpole’s Kate Devlin and Sophia Zerilli out of Marblehead HS. On defense, senior Charlotte Manganaro is another Bay Stater, a key member of the Cape Cod Furies. Her teammate, senior Julia Weiner, is also on the club’s roster. Senior Teagan Brush skates with the boys program at New

Jersey’s Notre Dame HS. Junior Mary Kate Hewitt is with Benilde St. Margaret’s out of Minnesota. Team Illinois’ Margot Bettman, a senior, will have a key role on the blue line. Junior Erica Fijala will have a big presence as well. Two seniors will handle the goaltending chores in Michigan’s Allyson Hundley and Pennsylvania’s Breanna Cesavice.

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Check Out Some Exciting Action From The 2020 Girls Showcase!

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DYNAMIK SPORTS OWNER Mark Doherty presented 20-21 Middlesex League MVP Awards to (l to r) Arlington’s Maddie Krepelka, Woburn’s Jonathan Surrette and Brendan Fennell of Melrose.


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