April 19, 2010

15 Girls' Lacrosse Preview Players to Watch

Amy Allen, Waynflete, senior, attack: A top offensive threat, Allen is expected to be an impact player at both ends of the field.

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Laura Fay, a junior on the Falmouth girls' lacrosse team, is a speedy and skilled midfielder who directs the transition game from the center of the field.

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Camille Auger, Kennebunk, junior, defense: The key to the Rams' transition game, Auger won 30 ground balls last season and scored six goals.

Lizzy Conley, Westbrook, senior, goalie: Conley allowed just 7.9 goals per game last year, tops in the SMAA.

Courtney Dumont, NYA, senior, attack: A bulldog on offense, Dumont had 51 goals last year.

Laura Fay, Falmouth, junior, midfield: Speedy and skilled, Fay plays center, directing the transition game.

Lindsay Hagerman, Scarborough, senior, attack: A high scorer who's also a playmaker, Hagerman likely will be one of the top setup players in the state.

Jacki Kelly, Brunswick, senior, midfield: A strong defender with lightning speed, Kelly should have a big year.

Nancy McAdam, Portland, senior, midfield: McAdam had 55 goals last year at attack along with 18 assists, and should be a top threat on offense once again.

Leila Mills, Brunswick, senior, attack: A talented offensive player who can score and set up teammates, Mills had 60 goals last year as the Dragons went undefeated.

Ellie Morin, Scarborough, senior, midfield: Morin had 56 goals last year while anchoring the midfield.

Mia Rapolla, Gorham, junior, midfield: Rapolla sets the tempo for the Rams and is the team's high scorer, with the finesse to maneuver for a clear shot.

Maddie Spagnola, Cape Elizabeth, senior, defense: A four-year varsity starter, Spagnola anchors the defense.

Danielle Torres, Yarmouth, junior, midfield: Torres is expected to exceed her breakout sophomore year when she scored 29 goals and snagged 49 ground balls.

Lilly Wellenbach, NYA, senior, attack: She is a top scorer for the Panthers and an important cog in the offense.

Morgan Woodhouse, Waynflete, senior, midfield: A strong two-way midfielder, Woodhouse is expected to lead the Flyers on both ends of the field.


- Jenn Menendez


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