Field Hockey - JV Girls
The JV Field Hockey team started off the fall season strong with over 25 girls coming out for the team, including 3 goalies. You never really know how well players will mesh together as a team until seeing them play as a unit in the team's first game. The first opponent was Tabor, who the team beat handily, 5-0. As the season progressed, it became increasingly apparent that the girls were a really strong second half team which kept the goalies were pretty well-protected! At Lawrence the team faced a tough opponent and playing coniditions considering the team plays the bulk of their practices and home games on field turf. The performance was not the team's strongest by far, but the team proved they had the talent and grit to pull out yet another win and shut-out! The team's biggest challenge came when they traveled to Southborough on a Wednesday to face a historically well-skilled St. Mark's. Thayer was able to spark some early energy by scoring in the first half and rally the defense in the second half to clentch the win, 1-0.
While this group of girls has obvious talent, they became a team by working together and persevering with a lot of determination and relentlessness! Whether an underclassman, an upperclassman, or a coach; the excitement for this undefeated, un-scored upon 10-0-1 title was felt by each member of this squad!
JV field hockey won today 1-0! It was a tie game until the last 10 minutes. We were out playing them with both small ball and big ball. Then it all changed when Cameron Walker, captain, grade 10 from hingham, passed the ball to Reedie, 9th grade, and then Katie McDevitt, 9th grade tipped it in. Bayden had 5 defensive saves 2 of them were off defensive corners.
We won 2-1, first corner was scored in the end of the first half by Claire Kennedy. And the second goal was scored off a corner in the last 5 minutes of the second half, an assist from Cameron Walker and Katie McDevitt with the tip in.
|0||Bayden Ibrahim||2019||Randolph, MA|
|1||Isabella Bodio||2021||Ashland, MA|
|2||Ella Green||2020||Scituate, MA|
|3||Olivia Lenaghan||2020||Hanover, MA|
|4||Molly Fitzpatrick||2020||Norwell, MA|
|5||Healy O'Donnell||2021||Cohasset, MA|
|6||Kate Pulgini||2021||Milton, MA|
|6||Jovanna Walker||2021||Hyde Park, MA|
|7||Emily English||2021||Hingham, MA|
|8||Kaitlyn Freeley||2021||Hanover, MA|
|9||Jenna Hersh||2019||Canton, MA|
|10||Erin Farmer||2021||Hingham, MA|
|11||Giana Carrozza||2020||Norton, MA|
|11||Katherine McDevitt||2021||Milton, MA|
|12||Caroline Corcoran||2021||Milton, MA|
|14||Reedie Warwick||2021||Hingham, MA|
|17||Hannah Pauly||2020||Milton, MA|
|18||Cameron Walker||2020||Hingham, MA|
|19||Lindsay Tucker||2021||Hingham, MA|
|20||Sydney Langenhagen||2020||Cohasset, MA|
|21||Anna Bagley||2021||E Bridgewater, MA|
|21||Emma Hoffman||2021||Wellesley Hills, MA|
|22||Rivers Morris||2020||Braintree, MA|
|24||Claire Kennedy||2021||Marshfield, MA|
|25||Victoria Gibson||2021||Bridgewater, MA|
|27||Kaitlin Donovan||2020||Hingham, MA|
|28||Eileen Gooding||2021||North Easton, MA|
|30||Michaela Pace||2021||Cohasset, MA|
Bridget LarsonCo-Head Coach
Coach Larson graduated from Hull High School in 2011. She played field hockey for 3 years there. Bridget attended Ann Maria College where she played field hockey for 4 years. During her time at Ann Maria her team on the NECC conference championship in 2012 & 2013. She received her bachelors in Human Development services. She currently works at Inly in Scituate as a toddler teacher and as a head counselor at Thayer summer camp.
Haley ThompsonCo-Head Coach
Coach Thompson grew on the North Shore and attended Pingree School '09 and went on to Trinity College where she played both lacrosse and field hockey for four seasons. While at Trinity her lacrosse team won the NESCAC in 2011, 12 & 13, and winning the NCAA in 2012. She received her Bachelors in American Studies She was an assistant coach at Conn College for 2013, before moving to Boston to pursue a career in finance at Brown Brothers Harriman.