Players to watch 1993 high school field hockey preview

September 09, 1993|By Rich Scherr

Jennifer Bacon, Dulaney, Sr. -- Her aggressive play and great stickwork make this center-link the rock of the Lions' defense, and one of the best in Baltimore County.

Danielle Baker, Kenwood, Sr. -- She was one of the top scorers in Baltimore County last season and was named first-team All-County at forward. She is known for her aggressiveness.

Colleen Bess, Kenwood, Sr. -- Her slide-tackling makes her one of the best goalies around. She was named honorable-mention All-County last season.

Peggy Boutilier, Roland Park, Sr. -- She has great speed and stickwork. She was All-Metro last year at link and played in the U.S. Olympic Festival. She was also an All-American in lacrosse.

Trish Cummings, Notre Dame Prep, Sr. -- She is aggressive and a good scorer at forward. Coach Kathleen Bathon calls her game sense "unbelievable."

Tennille Foster, Perry Hall, Sr. -- She was a second-team &L All-County back as a junior. Her attributes include quickness and aggressiveness.

Caryn Kahler, Catonsville, Jr. -- She is a steady defensive player with great stickwork. She will be counted on to help the Comets reach the .500 mark.

Rikki Kohli, Woodlawn, Sr. -- She earned first-team All-County honors as a junior with 140 saves in goal. She has speed and agility, but her biggest attribute is aggressiveness. She's not afraid to come out of the goal.

Brent McCallister, Roland Park, Sr. -- This All-Metro link scored two goals in last year's AIS A final against Friends. She possesses fine stickwork and skills.

Aubin McCarthy, Friends, Sr. -- The stopper on defense, she reads plays well, showing good anticipation. She also provides leadership.

Catherine Passano, Roland Park, Sr. -- This forward is a workhorse on offense. She tied for the team scoring lead last season.

Naomi Schneider, Lansdowne, Sr. -- The leader of the Vikings' defense, she plays intelligently, reads plays well and, above all, is consistent.

Liza Shoemaker, Garrison Forest, Sr. -- This three-sport athlete was named a first-team AIS A all-star at forward. She's a good scorer and aggressive in the circle.

Cho Toung, Loch Raven, Sr. -- She had a 98-percent save percentage in goal, allowing just eight goals all season as Loch Raven won the Class 2A state championship.

Lauren Volk, Loch Raven, Sr. -- She earned All-Metro honors last year by scoring and leading the Raiders to the Class 2A state title.

Jen Widmer, Oldfields, Sr. -- This three-sport athlete is one of the best backs in the AIS. She was an all-star last year and should provide leadership.

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