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Local Roundup: Four Make N.H. Twin State Field Hockey Classic Roster

  • Diana Schwarz

  • Katie Pushee

  • Bella Kondi, junior fh

  • Lois Schwarz



Tuesday, November 06, 2018

Londonderry, n.h. — Two members each from the NHIAA Division III champion Mascoma Royals and D-II runner-up Hanover Marauders will suit up for the New Hampshire roster in next summer’s Twin State Field Hockey Classic.

Mascoma’s Bella Kondi and Katie Pushee will be joined by Hanover sisters Diana and Lois Schwarz on the Granite State roster. Their selections came after tryouts held on Sunday involving more than 70 senior field hockey standouts.

Kondi and Pushee both played key roles in the Royals’ recent run to D-III state honors, the school’s first such championship since 1983. Kondi marshalled a defense that surrendered just nine goals over a 16-1-0 campaign and produced 12 shutouts, including seven in a row to cap the season. Pushee was an important part of Mascoma’s 61-goal attack, working the midfield for four goals and a team-best 12 assists, a figure that ranked second in the region.

Mascoma won its last 12 games consecutively after a 4-0 loss to Hanover on Sept. 12 at Merriman-Branch Field. The Marauders reached the D-II final before dropping a 1-0 decision to Derryfield on Oct. 28.

The Schwarz siblings had a lot to say in Hanover’s run. Diana Schwarz led the Marauders and finished second in the Upper Valley in scoring, amassing 16 goals and 11 assists from her forward position. Lois Schwarz, who missed her sophomore season two years ago while recovering from knee surgery, provided significant linking work at midfield, adding fivegoals and four assists.

The Twin State Field Hockey Classic will be staged on June 21 at Saint Anselm College.

All-CVL Teams Released

Wells River, Vt. — Three members of the Rivendell Academy boys soccer team landed on the all-Central Vermont League first team to highlight Upper Valley inclusion on the league’s soccer and cross country squads.

Rivendell forwards Zach Gould and Johnny Vogelien were both names to the all-league first team, and Raptors midfielder AJ DeBois earned an honorable mention. White River Valley goalkeeper Sam Fisk and midfielder Carder Stratton were chosen for the first team with Sharon’s Olly Skeet-Browning; WRV defender Gavin Turner and TSA right back Jackson Nichols received honorable mention.

In girls soccer, Jenna Gilbert and Mikayla Stever were awarded all-league for Rivendell, while Moria Hachnel and Thessalie Butler achieved honorable mentions.

White River Valley had two players, Lily Hudson and Sylvie Coltey, make all-league along with Sharon’s Rory Livingston. The Phoenix’ Jasmin Johnson made the honorable-mention squad.

WRV’s Laurel Marshia was the only Upper Valley athlete chosen all-league in cross country.

Men’s Soccer

Two Chargers Named To GNAC Third Team

New London — Colby-Sawyer College seniors Noah Camelo and Yannick Gonsalves were named to the Great Northeast Athletic Conference all-league third team on Monday.

Camelo finished his Chargers career with 19 goals and four assists. The captain also helped Colby-Sawyer record three shutouts during the regular season and one more in the GNAC postseason.

Gonsalves started in all 17 matches as a midfielder for the Chargers in his senior season. He recorded two goals and one assist.

Women’s Soccer

Four Chargers All-GNAC

New London — Seniors Hannah Fields and Amanda Martin were named to the all-GNAC second team on Monday, with classmates Morgan Keene and Abbie Sansoucy making the third team.

Fields totaled 10 goals and three assists this season, with game-winning goals against Saint Joseph and Anna Maria. Martin, a Colby-Sawyer captain, had six goals and two assists while in all 15 of the team’s games this season.

Sansoucy was also captain for the Chargers and finished with five goals and three assists. Keene made her impact on defense for Colby-Sawyer the past two seasons, helping the Chargers record four shutouts this fall.