November 21, 2012

Girls' hockey: 15 Players to Watch

By Kevin Thomas
Staff Writer

Drew Barry, senior, defenseman, Portland/Deering: All-State player, moves the puck well and scores (20 goals/13 assists last year).

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Katie Roy has had a rousing career for Cheverus, and is hoping to close it out with a rousing senior season for the Stags.

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Kirsten Mazur will be looking to replicate her sophomore season, her first as the Falmouth starting goalie, when she helped the Yachtsmen reach the Class B state championship game.

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Eliza Brooks, senior, forward, Brunswick: All-State player who creates opportunities and finishes (40 points last year).


Olivia Drew, senior, goalie, York: Steady, seasoned veteran who has performed in big games for the playoff-tested Wildcats.


Meg Finlay, senior, forward, Greely: Led the Rangers with 15 assists last year, while adding nine goals.


Devan Kane, junior, goalie, Scarborough: Two-time All-State standout (0.83 goals-against average last year).


Rachel Litif, senior, defenseman, Gorham/Bonny Eagle: Led the Rams in scoring in each of the previous three seasons.


Rachel Moroney, senior, forward, Brunswick: All-State player who led the Dragons with 23 goals and 16 assists.


Sarah Martens, senior, forward, Scarborough: Veteran leader and a first-team All-West selection last year.


Kirsten Mazur, junior, goalie, Falmouth. Helped Yachtsmen to the state title game in her first season as a starter.


Mary Morrison, sophomore, defenseman, Greely: Solid defender who adds an offensive punch (24 points last year).


Abby Payson, senior, forward, Falmouth: Top forward on regional champion last year and a first-team All-West pick.


Ariel Potter, junior, forward, Yarmouth/Freeport: First-team All-East pick who helped Clippers to playoffs last year.


Katie Roy, senior, forward, Cheverus: Four-year regular, consistent scorer, first-team All-West player last year.


Tori Stocks, senior, defenseman, York: Strong skater who controls the puck well and will help keep York a contender.


Paige Tuller, senior, forward, Greely: All-State player with an all-around game (11 goals/13 assists).


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Whatever Portland needed, Drew Barry, front, delivered last season, and the team will be hoping for more of the same.

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