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2014 Field Hockey All-Scholastics

Acton-Boxborough took home the Division 1 state title.

Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe

Acton-Boxborough took home the Division 1 state title.

Players of the Year

Leah Cardarelli

Division 1: Acton-Boxborough

Leah follows sister Eleana in earning Player of the Year honors. Cardarelli led A-B to the state title, scoring 25 goals and adding 33 assists. She finished her career with 74 goals and 64 assists and is a three-time All-Scholastic and two-time state champion.

Alexandra Doggett

Division 2: Watertown

A repeat All-Scholastic selection, Doggett finished her high school career without a loss and with four state titles. She had 24 goals and 18 assists this fall and finished with 62 goals and 67 assists. She will continue her career at Boston University.

Emily Loprete

Division 2: Watertown

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Four-year varsity starter, four state stampionships, and not a single loss. Loprete is a repeat All-Scholastic selection who finished the season with 20 goals and 13 assists. For her career she had 66 goals and 42 assists. She'll play next fall at Holy Cross.

All-Scholastics

Maggie Bettez, Acton-Boxborough, senior

Another star of the Colonials Division 1 state championship team, Bettez had 12 goals and 10 assists this fall as A-B finished the season 23-0-1. A Best of 60 team telection, Bettez was also the Colonials’ captain. She also plays lacrosse and ice hockey.

Caroline Bono, Dover-Sherborn, senior

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The senior forward led D-S to back-to-back South sectional titles. She had 25 goals and 23 assists this fall and finished with career totals of 34 goals and 42 assists. Bono is a three-time Tri-Valley League All-Star and she'll play next fall at Holy Cross.

Rachel Bossi, Chelmsford, senior

The Merrimack Valley Conference Division 1 MVP, Bossi led the Lions to a 16-4-1 record. She scored 13 goals and added 14 assists to bring her career totals to 46 goals and 49 assists. Bossi also plays ice hockey and lacrosse and will attend UNH.

Allie Brinkhaus, Needham, junior

The Bay State Carey MVP this fall, the junior left forward had 22 goals and 8 assists as the Rockets finished the season 14-6-1. A two-time conference all-star, Brinkhaus has 49 goals and 20 assists in her career. She also plays ice hokcey and lacrosse.

Rachel Campbell, Watertown, senior

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In Campbell’s three years as a starter, Watertown won three Division 2 state championships and didn’t lose a game. This fall she had 18 goals and 14 assists to finish her career with 58 goals and 36 assists. She'll continue her career at Northeastern.

Elizabeth Dennehy, Weston, senior

The Boston College-bound Dennehy is making her third All-Scholastic appearance after a season in which she scored 27 goals and added 13 assists. An All-American selection, she finishes her career with 108 goals and 61 assists. She’s also a Dual County All-Star in ice hockey and lacrosse.

Bailey Fanikos, Lynnfield, senior

The Cape Ann League Player of the Year for a second straight year, the senior center-mid had 31 goals and 11 assists in leading the Pioneers to a 16-2-2 record. Lynnfield’s captain, Fanikos finished her career with 84 goals and 34 assists. She'll attend Virginia.

Abigail Gannon, Dover-Sherborn, senior

The two-time Tri-Valley League MVP makes her second All-Scholastic appearance. This fall she led D-S to its fourth straight TVL title and second straight Division 2 South sectional title, scoring 9 goals with 15 assists. She'll play at Providence College next fall.

Caty Gilman, Cohasset, senior

A three-time South Shhore League All-Star Gilman had 16 goals and 14 assists in leading the Skippers to a 16-3-1 season. The forward finished her career with 77 goals and 35 assists. She is also captain of the lacrosse and ski teams.

Madison Haberl, Falmouth, senior

A repeat All-Scholastic selection, the senior midfielder had 25 goals and 18 assists this fall as Falmouth finished 17-2-2. She was the Atlantic Coast League’s leading scorer and a Best of 60 team memeber. Also a hockey All-Scholastic, she'll play field hockey at Fairfield.

Taylor Hosseini, Apponequet, senior

The senior forward and left inner led the Lakers to a South Coast Conference title and No. 1 seed in the Division 2 South tournament with a 15-1 mark. Hosseini had 30 goals and 8 assists to finish her career with 49 goals and 19 assists.

Nicole Martin, Sandwich, senior

A three-time Atlantic Coast League All-Star, Martin had 17 goals and 2 assists this fall in leading Sandwich to a 12-4-4 mark. It took three overtimes to eliminate Sandwich in the sectional semifinals. She finished her career with 55 goals and 15 assists.

Allison Skinner, Mansfield, senior

The Hockomock MVP led Mansfield to a 14-4-2 record and the Kelley-Rex division title. She’s a member of the Best of 60 team and a two-time Hockomock All-Star. She also plays lacrosse and is a member of the National Honor Society.

Kacie Smith, Norwood, senior

The Bay State Herget MVP broke the Norwood school scoring record with 39 goals and 13 assists. For her career, she had 59 goals and 25 assists. She also broke the school scoring record in lacrosse and was the team MVP in hockey. She'll atend Stonehill.

Rachel Thomson, Reading, senior

The senior forward broke the Reading single season and career scoring record while leading the Rockets to a 15-2-1 record. Thomson scored 28 goals with 15 assists and finished her career with 73 goals and 29 assists. She'll play next fall at UNH.

Coaches of the Year

Janice Sundell

Division 1: Oliver Ames

In Sundell’s 18th year coaching field hockey, the Tigers finished went 13-0-3 in the competitive Hockomock League, and won the league title for the first time since 1986. In the Division 2 South tournament OA advanced to the sectional final before falling to D-Y.

Eileen Donahue

Division 2: Watertown

With 15 state championships overall, including six in a row, Donahue leads a program that finished the season with a 138-game unbeaten streak, second longest all-time in the nation. Her career record is an amazing 574-30-45, including this fall’s 23-0 mark.

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