South Jersey High School Field Hockey Honor Roll: Week 4
Are you tired of the goal scorers getting all the glory? We’re betting the 15+ players on the South Jersey High School Field Hockey Honor Roll this week are.
This week we are putting the offense aside and celebrating the most athletic part of the sport, goalkeepers.
Burlington County League
Madison Clevenger, Florence
It is no coincidence that the Flashes are at 8-1. With three shutouts, Clevenger has yet to allow more than one goal this season.
Veronica Diaz, Rancocas Valley
The Red Devils have already thrown seven shutouts this season and Diaz is a huge reason for that.
Tiffany Tolomeo, Riverside
All four of the Rams’ wins have been shutouts. Tolomeo gives Riverside a chance every time they play.
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Cape Atlantic League
Nora Bridgeford and Taryn Dolka, Ocean City
You are likely to see both CO goaltenders play every time they play and both give the opposing offense almost no chance, with seven shutouts in eight wins.
Rebecca Macchia, Egg Harbor
In 10 games, the Eagles are perfect, with Macchia making five shutouts and allowing just eight goals.
Julia Tola, Our Lady of Mercy
The villagers enjoyed great success with Tola behind them, securing five shutouts including two draws.
Moira Geiger, Haddonfield
With four shutouts to date, it would be hard to find a bigger reason for the Dawgs’ success early in the season.
Lindsay Naulty, catwalk
The Gators have recorded four shutouts in their six wins, thanks in large part to Naulty.
Grace Weachter, Township of Haddon
Four shutouts, four wins for Hawks goaltender Weachter.
Sarah Crysler, Cherokee
In any type of game, Crysler is the keeper goal teams want behind them.
Susie Miller, East
There are whole games where Miller has nothing to do, but when called up there are few better in the cage.
Madison DiLemme, Bishop Eustache
An Olympic schedule can be a minefield for a goalie, but DiLemme makes even the toughest saves seem effortless.
League of three counties
Maddy Ferry, Kingsway
In the Dragons’ nine wins in nine tries, Ferry allowed just one goal in Severna Park, Md..
Amber Piernikowski, Schalick
Three of the Cougars’ five victories came by shutout, thanks to Piernkowski.
Ella Roberts, Woodstown
The Wolverines’ safety net had allowed three goals and recorded five shutouts in eight wins.
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