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Field hockey: First team

Brooke Adler

Garrison Forest, forward, sophomore

• Leading scorer with 16goals, eight assists

• Good field vision

• Can score from anywhere

• Beautiful stickwork in tight situations

• Very composed.

Marissa Balleza

Severna Park, forward, sophomore

• Speed is name of her game

• 21 goals, six assists in 19games

• Great stickwork and field vision

• Used her skills and finesse to manipulate ball through defenders

Paige Duncan

Broadneck, foward, forward, senior

• Her 16goals and 16assists led Anne Arundel County in total points

• Coaches' first-team All-County selection

Dynamic, fast, highly skilled with terrific dodging ability

• Four-year starter and captain; finished with 45goals, 33 assists

Kayleigh Hinkle

Glenelg, forward, senior

• Her 85 points (34 goals and 19 assists) put her second only to Player of the Year Parker

• Has uncanny ability to play goalies' pads for rebounds and goals

• Co-captain, third stroker, hitter on corners, seven-a-side team

• At Maryland Coaches Association All-Senior game, scored two goals

Meghan Macera

Westminster, forward, senior

• Carroll County and Owls leading scorer with 25 goals, 10 assists

• Carroll County Player of the Year

• Kind and considerate off field, Macera plays with passionate aggression

• Clever at getting open around the goal and leads by example

Jill Remenapp

Century, midfielder, senior

• Three-year varsity captain

• Went from being Carroll County's leading goal scorer (22 goals) to the county's leading assist maker with 13

• First-team All-County and All-Conference for 2008, 2009, 2010

• Was in charge on field, calling corner plays and setting up teammates with her clear field vision

Caroline Seats

Roland Park, midfielder, senior

• 13 goals, eight assists despite being double- and triple-teamed

• Four- time IAAM AConference All Star

• Major force and anchor in team's winning season

• In Senior All-Star Game, assisted on team's only goal

Pauline Shih

River Hill, midfielder, junior

• Two-year varsity starter who produced at both ends

• Six goals, one assist, including game-winning penalty shot in 3A title game

• Superior stick skills and field sense; key player as season advanced

• Major factor in all regional and state postseason wins

Josie George

Bryn Mawr, midfielder-defender, junior

Defensive right mid who could also score (three goals, five assists)

•Was "fly" on defensive corners

• Has ability to read another team or player, thereby cutting off opponents and making steals

•Strong stickwork and great ability to see field and make things happen

Stacey Mackintosh

South River, defender, junior

• Three-year varsity player and captain

• Had four defensive saves as well as 11 goals and five assists

2010 and 2009 first-team Anne Arundel coaches' All-County pick

• Defensively, playing with great finesse she takes balls from opponents with ease

Gabby Brooks

Patterson Mill, goalie, senior

• Great leader on the field

• Consistent in net, with .940 save percentage

• Game-changing weapon when using her clearing punt

• Produced eight shutouts

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