Vote for Hometeam Field Hockey Player of the Week
There were plenty of strong performances last week in Central Mass. Field Hockey action, so we’ve rounded up a handful of the best for readers to vote for Hometeam Field Hockey Player of the Week.
Congratulation to Alyssa MacNeil of Hopedale for taking first place in last week’s pollregistering 1,782 votes to edge out Sydney Carlson of Wachusett (1,149 votes).
Zoe Abdella, Tahanto Regional
The junior tallied three goals and two assists in a pair of wins.
Olivia Bower, Hudson
The elder had back-to-back hat tricks and added an assist in wins over Tyngsborough and Maynard to help the Hawks extend their winning streak to four games.
Kendall Gilmore, Uxbridge
The freshman, who ranks among Central Mass.’s leading scorers, scored twice, including the winner with 10 minutes remaining, to lift the Spartans past Doherty and hand the Highlanders their first loss. She added a hat trick against Northbridge to help Uxbridge move to 13-0.
Katie Hearn, Valley Technician
The elder tallied four goals to lead the Beavers to two wins and extend their unbeaten streak to six games.
Léa Joinville, Notre-Dame Academy
The senior scored four goals, including a hat trick against Nipmuc Regional, to lead the Rebels to two wins.
Madelyn Lo Verme, Leicester
LoVerme made 15 saves in a 1-0 win over Auburn.
Lindsey McGurl, Wachusett Regional
The junior scored in the Mountaineers’ win over Acton-Boxborough and assisted on all three goals in a triumph over Central Catholic to help Wachusett extend his winning streak to five games.
Ruby Reid, Fitchburg
The junior scored four goals in the Raiders’ 1-1-1 week.
Ava Varakis, Clinton
The rookie scored four goals in two wins and helped the Gaels stay unbeaten.
Olivia Viens, Grafton
The second scored three goals to lead the Gators to their first two wins of the season.