The 2013 All-Courant high school field hockey team package:
Kiley Anderson, Haddam-Killingworth, Sr.
Megan Evans, Enfield, Sr.
Emma Farrel, Cheshire, Sr.
Sabrina Guzzi, Suffield, Sr.
Brenna Hobin, Hand-Madison, Sr.
Allison Sheahan, Haddam-Killingworth, Sr.
Rachel Andreana, Farmington, Sr.
Kylie Delos, Canton, Sr.
Leyna DiMarco, Glastonbury,Jjr.
Michelle Federico, Cheshire, Sr.
Krista Iwanicki, Granby, Jr.
Jessica Jordano, Northwest Catholic-West Hartford, Jr.
Olivia Johnson, Granby, Jr.
Caroline Schaefer, Avon, Sr.
Allie Woodruff, Simsbury, Sr.
Mackenzie Hilton, Hand, Sr.
Rebecca Schroder, South Windsor, Sr.
Kathleen Keegan, Hall-West Hartford, Sr.
Maddie LaRusso, Enfield, Sr.
Forwards: Danielle Bellantonio, Cheshire, Sr.; Katie Calnan, Granby, Sr.; Madison Mortillaro, Northwest Catholic, Sr.; Lauren Pascoe, Old Saybrook, Jr.
Midfielders: Kelsey Burton, Avon, Sr.; Lili Dickey, Westbrook, Jr. Hannah Leckey, Hand, Jr.; Marci Macsata, Fermi-Enfield, Sr.
Backs: Audrey Gallo, Farmington, Sr.; Emily Hogan, Farmington, Sr.; Annabelle Iler, Simsbury, Jr.; Bea Lynch, Hall, Sr.; SarahKatherine Mascoli, Avon, Sr.; Mariah Peck, Suffield, Sr.; Alison Ricci, Granby, Sr.; Ashley Sanzaro, Glastonbury, Sr.
Goalkeepers: Jillian Lapponese, Fermi, Jr.; Christina Wilson, Northwest Catholic, Jr.; Meghan Cerino, Haddam-Killingworth, So.
STORY LINES OF THE SEASON
Darien (21-1-1) won a state title for the sixth time in seven years by beating Cheshire 3-1 in the Class L final.
Wilton (21-2) won its third straight M title, over Lauralton Hall-Milford 1-0 in OT.
Stonington coach Jenna Tuccio last won a state championship when she was a freshman at Stonington in 1987. This year, her team beat Granby 1-0. Granby advanced to its 18th Class S final.
Cheshire's Michelle Federico was an All-American; Emma Farrel broke the career points and assists records.
Northwest Catholic (15-3-1) had its best season, advancing to the Class S semifinals, losing to Granby.
Haddam-Killingworth coach Patsy Kamercia won her 400th game. ... Branford coach Cathy McGuirk, the state's winningest public school field hockey coach, ended her season at 499.
CIAC CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS
Class L: Darien 3, Cheshire 1
Class M: Wilton 1, Laurlaton Hall-Miford 0 (OT)
Class S: Stonington 1, Granby 0
FINAL STATE COACHES POLL
First-place votes, team records in parenetheses, followed by total points. (Compiled by Janet Dickey)
1. Darien (7) (21-1-1-0) 140
2. Wilton (21-2-0-0) 124
3. Cheshire (20-3-0-0) 106
4. Stonington (18-2-0-0) 100
5. Lauralton Hall-Milford (20-1-2-0) 90
6. Granby (14-6-0-0) 68
7. Avon (13-4-2-0) 67
8. Greenwich (15-4-0-0) 59
9. Hand-Madison (18-3-1-0) 52
10. Northwest Catholic-West Hartford (15-3-1-0) 30
Also receiving votes: Simsbury (14-2-2-1), 12; Thomaston (16-2-0-1), 7.
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