Julia Canario, Greater Lowell — The senior keeper earned a pair of shutouts, increasing her season total to five. Canario stopped five shots in a 2-0 triumph over Innovation Academy before turning away four in a 2-0 victory against Whittier.
Ally Johnson, Blue Hills – The sophomore has recorded a program-record 11 shutouts this season, following victories over Westport (4-0), Bristol Aggie (3-0), and Old Colony (3-0).
Heidi Lawrence, King Philip –– A six-goal, seven point week by the Bentley-bound senior propelled the No. 7 Warriors to a pair of wins. Lawrence scored four times and added an assist in a 7-3 Hockomock League victory against Millis, and then two tallies in a 5-0 league win over North Attleborough.
Claire Murray, Hingham –– A senior central midfielder committed to the University of Illinois, she scored six times in two matches. In a 2-1 Patriot League Keenan win against Whitman-Hanson, Murray potted both goals. After being held scoreless in the next two contests, Murray exploded for a four-goal performance in a 4-1 win over Duxbury.
Georgia Prouty, Danvers –– The junior increased her season goal total to 22 with five tallies. She capped a three-goal effort with the winner with two minutes left in a 3-2 Northeastern Conference victory against Beverly. Prouty followed with a pair of tallies in a 3-2 nonleague win over North Andover.
Kayla Scannell and Amanda Schneider, Masconomet –– The junior attackers led the Chieftains to two triumphs. Schneider, with two goals and an assist, and Scannell (2 goals) were the catalysts in an 8-0 nonleague win against Lincoln-Sudbury. Then Scannell pounced for another two goals and Schneider contributed a goal and an assist in a 3-0 Northeastern Conference victory over Marblehead. They each have 23 points this season.
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