Players to watch 1993 high school field hockey preview

September 12, 1993|By Mark Hoeflich

Daina Burton, Fallston, Sr. -- Burton begins her third season on the varsity and is the Cougars' strongest runner. She dictates the midfield well in transition.

Lisa Fotia, Edgewood, Sr. -- Fotia is one of the best athletes to play at Edgewood during coach Renda Respess' 10 years. Fotia has a lot of natural ability and excellent skills. She could be a big nTC scorer.

Pam Gauss, Fallston, Sr. -- Gauss is a major part of Fallston's strong returning attack. She finished second on the team a year ago with six goals and four assists.

Renee Grainger, Havre de Grace, Soph. -- Grainger, a transfer from New Hampshire, is the quickest player on the squad and

looks to play a key role at the link position.

Jamie Kunkel, Bel Air, Sr. -- Kunkel is one of the Bobcats' strongest players, who coach Phyllis Hemmes said has matured quite a bit from last season since attending summer camp. She is the anchor of the team at midfield and on defense.

Susan Mackley, Fallston, Sr. -- Mackley led the Cougars with 11 goals and six assists last season.

Diana Rice, C. Milton Wright, Sr. -- An aggressive player, Rice has improved her stick skills, which should make her an even better player. She was an All-County selection a year ago.

Susan Schwartz, Aberdeen, Jr. -- Schwartz has a lot of natural talent, speed and finesse. A disciplined player, Schwartz always seems to be in the right place.

Jamie Vanderwarka, Joppatowne, Sr. -- Vanderwarka is a persistent player with good skills and an excellent work ethic.

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