2017-18 GIRLS’ HOCKEY | PLAYERS TO WATCH
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■ Gracie Bruno, Needham: She notched 24 goals and 38 assists as a sophomore for a high-powered Needham squad that fell one game short of an unbeaten season.
■ Jillian Cosgrove, Duxbury: The forward tallied 20 points (13 goals, 7 assists) for the Dragons last season. As a captain, she takes a central role in her senior campaign.
■ Kendra Currier, Austin Prep: Last year’s Catholic Central League MVP, the senior is a premier defender and has a solid scoring touch (2 goals, 17 assists).
■ Kelly Golini, Methuen/Tewksbury: A goal-scoring machine, Golini has 198 career points, including a 45-goal, 27-assist campaign in 2016-17.
■ Kat Keith, Westwood: With 24 goals and 26 assists, she spearheaded a Westwood run to the Division 2 semifinals last season.
■ Colleen Kelleher, Canton: The senior has recorded 18 shutouts with a 1.10 goals against average and a .945 save percentage over her first three seasons.
■ Madison Micciche, Winchester: The senior (18 goals, 25 assists) will be the focal point of a Sachems squad that will look to unseat Woburn in the Middlesex League.
■ Erin Murray, Notre Dame Hingham: She burst onto the scene as a freshman, posting seven shutouts and a .950 save percentage in helping the Cougars to an undefeated season and Division 2 title.
■ Kat Nikolopoulos, Burlington: A talented scorer with a baseline expectation of 50 points per season, she will look to lead a talented Burlington attack.
■ Georgie Santullo, Woburn: The senior paced the Tanners to the Division 1 title with 38 goals and 27 assists, bringing her career goal count to 72 through three seasons.
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