September 11, 2013

Girls’ soccer: 25 players to watch

By Paul Betit pbetit@pressherald.com
Staff Writer

Amanda Arnold, Thornton Academy senior, forward: Arnold scored 24 goals and dished out nine assists to earn All-New England honors last season.

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Ainsley Jamieson of Scarborough is a tenacious defender and is a standout player in one-on-one situations.

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Cassie Symonds, in white, of Windham is a junior midfielder who provides a solid link between the defense and the front line.

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Emily Baker, North Yarmouth Academy sophomore, midfield: The quick, talented Baker has the ability to control the back line or play in the middle of the field.

Ciera Berthiaume, Windham sophomore, forward: A fast, physical player, Berthiaume led the Eagles with 18 goals during her rookie season.

Katherine Clark, Cape Elizabeth junior, striker: Clark, who led the Capers with 20 goals last season, possesses amazing speed and skills.

Anna Cowan, Brunswick junior, midfield: Named to KVAC Class A South Division's first team, Cowan led the Dragons in scoring with 29 goals and nine assists.

Abby Dubois, Old Orchard Beach junior, forward: Her incredible speed has enabled Dubois to lead the Gulls in scoring during her first two varsity seasons with a total of 26 goals.

Alexis Elowitch, Deering senior, forward: An SMAA all-star, Elowitch led the Rams in scoring last season with 14 goals and six assists.

Morgan Fogg, Sanford senior, midfield: Fogg, who scored seven goals last fall, is expected to step up offensively for the Spartans.

 

Elizabeth Harris, Portland senior, back: Harris has the speed, endurance and vision to provide the Bulldogs with a dependable defensive anchor.

Juliana Harwood, Waynflete junior, goalie: During her first two varsity seasons, Harwood is 25-5-3 with 17 shutouts.

Ainsley Jamieson, Scarborough senior, back: A tenacious defender, the tall, athletic Jamieson is nearly impossible to beat one-on-one.

 

Jade Jordan, Sacopee Valley sophomore, back: In her second varsity season, Jordan appears in control at sweeper.

Katie Labbay, Mt. Ararat junior, striker: After playing in the midfield for the Eagles the past two seasons, Labbay is taking her offensive skills to the front line.

Katherine Lake, McAuley senior, back: An extremely versatile player capable of playing any position, Lake also possesses outstanding leadership skills.

Sydney Martin, Scarborough senior, goalie: In net for 10 shutouts last fall, Martin is a clutch performer who continually comes up with the big save.

Cara McCluskey, Kennebunk junior, striker: A quick, intelligent player, McCluskey is sliding up front to play a new role for the Rams.

Meghan Miller, Falmouth senior, midfield: A versatile, physical player, Miller has the ability to distribute or come forward and score.

Jocelyn Mitiguy, Greely sophomore, midfield: A second-year varsity player, Mitiguy is expected to be a major contributor in the center of the field for the Rangers.

Rachel Pease, Camden Hills junior, goalie: The 6-foot-1 Pease blossomed toward the end of her first varsity season, allowing a total of five goals in her last seven games.

Edie Pallozzi, Deering senior, midfield: An excellent playmaker, Pallozzi scored 10 goals and had seven assists for the Rams last season.

Jessica Rexrode, Gorham senior, midfield: After anchoring the defense at center back, Rexrode moves forward to bolster the offense.

Emma Rohrer, York junior, goalie: After spending one season at Kimball Union Academy in New Hampshire, Rohrer returns home to take over in net.

Cassie Symonds. Windham junior, midfield: A hard-to-cover Symonds provides a solid link between the defense the front line.

 

Emma Torres, Yarmouth junior, forward: After starting in back during her first two varsity seasons, Torres takes her skill and athleticism to the front line.

 

Miracle Trimble, Morse sophomore, forward: Trimble led Western Class B with 32 goals to help propel the Shipbuilders to their second consecutive appearance in the regional final.

 

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