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All Delco Field Hockey Teams

Posted On: Friday, December 07, 2018
By: ldevlin

Congratulations to the following Central League field hockey players on being named to the All Delco teams.

 

1st Team

Sydney Corcoran, Haverford: Old Dominion is getting a good one. Corcoran’s play in midfield was critical to Haverford’s success. The Fords went 10-1 in the Central League for the third year in a row and finished 16-2-1 overall. The only league loss was a 2-0 setback to Conestoga. Defense was Haverford’s forte, and Corcoran’s ability to transition from defense to offense and back was integral to that. She finished the season with six goals and two assists.

Olivia DeCain, Radnor: DeCain was one of several juniors who were key to Radnor’s success. A three-year starter, she was the backbone of the defense, which earned her team MVP honors. One of her strengths, according to head coach Katie Maguire, is her ability to break down her steps and calmly come away with the ball. DeCain has committed to play at Richmond.

Carly Gannon, Haverford: It wasn’t numbers that made Gannon so valuable to the Fords. It was her intensity. Coach Christa Taylor said she has never seen a player with such drive, and a third straight 10-1 season in the league and a 16-2-1 mark overall was the result. The senior forward played at the bottom of Haverford’s diamond formation and was the flyer on corners. Gannon scored four goals and had five assists. She will continue her field hockey career at Penn State.

Page Lowry, Radnor: The Raiders have had more than their share of good players over the years, but none scored more goals in a season than Lowry. The two-year captain set the program record with 32 tallies to earn first-team All-Central League honors and help Radnor finish the regular season on a 14-game winning streak and earn the No. 1 seed in the District 1 Class 2A tournament. She will play collegiately at Fairfield.

 

2nd Team

Mary Grace DePlato, Haverford Sr. GK

Brigid Lowry, Radnor Jr. M

Megan Phillips, Haverford Sr.

Lauren Weaver, Garnet Valley Sr. D

 

Honorable Mention

Garnet Valley: Kendall DiCamillo, Simi Kolodka, Tina Rawa, Claire Wolfe

Haverford: Caroline Boornazian, Ellie Kent, Kelsey Knapp, Shannon Quaile

Marple Newtown: Ava Abatangelo, Morgan Battista, Kylie Gioia, Anna Lemaster

Penncrest: Margaret Howe-Consiglio, Sadie King, Abby Race

Radnor: Barb Civitella, Genevieve Mehra, Phoebe Proctor

Ridley: Mary Kate Cowan, Megan Frame, Meghan Lynch, Julia Meeley

Springfield: Bianca Caceci, Eliza Donaldson, Sara Lofland, Dana Mirigliano, Arden Turner

Strath Haven: Tess Bailey, Gillian Brennan, Ashley Hassell, Sarah McAndrews

Upper Darby: Maria Ngam, Marie Smith, Sarah Sullivan

 

Radnor defender Olivia DeCain, right, battles Conestoga’s Annie Hirshman for the ball in a game this season. DeCain anchored a defense that paced the Raiders to 14 straight wins. (Pete Bannan/Digital First Media

Radnor defender Olivia DeCain, right, battles Conestoga’s Annie Hirshman for the ball in a game this season. DeCain anchored a defense that paced the Raiders to 14 straight wins. (Pete Bannan/Digital First Media

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