2022 high school field hockey preview for SouthCoast

Even despite the fact that many coaches try to determine the place to position their gamers with some new faces, there are high hopes for SouthCoast field hockey groups this autumn with some taking a look to contend for convention titles and qualify for the playoffs.

Here’s a take a look at SouthCoast’s seven groups coming into 2022: 


Head trainer: Cindy Cuthbertson 

Last 12 months’s document: 4-10-4

Top returners: Hannah Procaccini, Sr., M; Sadie Pires, Sr., M; Jessica Miller, Sr., HB; Emilia Keane, Sr., F; Julia Freitas, Sr., HB; Ella Fisher, Sr., F/HB; Shay Saltzman, Sr., all-around; Taylee Vasques, Jr., F; Jill Moura, Jr., F; Kristina Jorge, Jr., S; Addie Taylor, So., F; Allison Arruda, So., GK. 

Key newcomer: Cynthia Morales, So., M. 

Outlook: Even despite the fact that the Lakers function a senior-laden workforce, there are a number of new faces around the field. “Right now we’re trying to figure out our identity,” Cuthbertson stated. “I don’t want to say we’re young because we have a lot of seniors. We’re inexperienced so we’re trying to figure out the puzzle where everyone goes. They’re hard working and they want to get better.” 

Bishop Stang's Sydney Plouff drives the ball towards goal.


Head trainer: Kara Caron

Last 12 months’s document: 7-10-2

Top returners: Ava Pacheco, Sr., F; Sydney Plouffe, So., F; Olivia Brousseau, Sr., M; Hannah Fortin, Sr., M; Ava Meehan, Sr., LB; Teal Galligan, Jr., CB; Isabella Caldwell, Sr., RB; Kailey Araujo, Jr., S. 

Key freshmen: Molly Kearney, Jr., F; Julia Caron, Jr., G; Avery Halstead, So., F; Lily Duclos, So., F. 

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