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December 7, 2013

Daily News Field Hockey All-Stars


Amanda Schell

Amesbury, Sr.


Along with being a captain and scholar with a 4.3 GPA, Schell was selected for the “Best of 60” game. She scored both goals in a 2-1 victory over Georgetown. She cites her mother as her role model for being her biggest fan.

Maddie Severance

Amesbury, Sr.


Severance maintains a 4.84 GPA. On top of that, she was named a CAL All-Star. She cites her game-winning goal against North Reading as her season highlight. Her role model is her Mom, who always encourages her to work hard.

Meghan Stanton

Newburyport, Jr.


Stanton credits her success on and off the field to coach Lauren Hefferan and her sister, Maddy. While maintaining a 3.87 GPA, Stanton also was named an All-Star. She plans to study nursing and play field hockey in college.

Kristen Sydlowski

Amesbury, Sr.


The CAL All-Star received the Most Improved Award for Amesbury. She maintains a 3.47 GPA and serves as a class representative for the senior class. Her season highlight was preventing goals and helping a first-year goalie. She lists her mother as her role model.

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