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Field hockey: A look at some of the state’s top performers

Field hockey: A look at some of the state’s top performers

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Raegan Bailey, Cheshire: The senior recorded her first hat trick in a rematch against Mercy on Monday, a 7-2 Rams win. Cheshire (8-0) won the first meeting 6-0.

Lauren Buck, Trumbull: The senior forward scored two goals in the Eagles‘ 5-0 victory over St. Joseph on Friday. Buck, All-FCIAC last season, leads Trumbull (8-0) with six goals (12 points).

Morgan DeMattie, Sacred Heart Academy: In rare back-to-back games, on Oct. 19 DeMattie had two goals in a 4-0 SCC win over Shelton and on Oct. 20 she had an assist in a 5-0 win over Shelton. DeMattie also had two goals in a 6-0 SCC win over cross-town rival Hamden as the Sharks improved to 7-1.

Lisa van Gompel, Ridgefield: She had 25 saves to hold four-time CIAC Class L defending champion Staples to a scoreless tie after regulation. The Wreckers ended up handing the Tigers a 1-0 overtime loss. In a rematch with Staples, van Gompel had 19 saves in a 2-1 loss to the Wreckers. In another game last week, the defense made it a bit easier for van Gompel who needed no saves in a 3-0 win over Norwalk.

Lauren Horne, Westbrook: The senior, one of the state’s top goalies, had 11 saves to preserve a 1-1 tie with Shoreline Conference rival Valley Regional. She was a Regional All-American last season.

Kelli Jacobson, North Branford: The senior midfielder had three goals in a 3-0 win over Shoreline Conference rival Westbrook. The Thunderbirds improve to 6-0 and have outscored opponents 24-3.

Shannon Kelleher, Newtown: The junior right midfielder scored the winning goal in overtime in a 2-1 SWC victory against Pomperaug. Coach Ellen Goyda calls Kelleher a “tenacious, strong defender who is vital to our defense.” She has five goals and three assists this season.

Gigi Ranoldo, Cheshire: The sophomore showcased the Rams’ strength on offense with three goals and two assists in an 8-0 win over SCC rival Sheehan. Cheshire has outscored opponents 38-5.

Megan McCarthy, Trumbull: The senior goalie has recorded seven shutouts this season, including a 10-save effort in a 1-0 victory over Fairfield Warde on Oct. 21. McCarthy has allowed one goal in eight games this season for the undefeated Eagles.

Reagan Schoen, Newtown: The junior forward uses her blazing speed and stick-handling ability to initiate breakaways on the right wing and contributes in scoring and playmaking. She has six goals and five assists including a goal last week in a 2-1 win over New Fairfield. Newtown is 9-0.

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