Starting tomorrow, until June 26, field hockey players from around the country will travel to Spooky Nook, Pennsylvania, to compete at USA Field Hockey's National Futures Championships, the pipeline to USA Field Hockey's National Team.
New Hampshire will be represented by 12 athletes from the U16 & U19 divisions.
The U19 consist of four players, the Caron twins Sky and Finn, who are from NH, but attend private school in Massachusetts. Then the two best players that play high school in our state, St. Paul's Josie Varney and Derryfield's Lindsey Stagg.
The U16s have the remaining eight players. Maddie DiPietro who's from NH but attends Central Catholic in Massachusetts, Winnacunnet's next star Samantha Crochetiere, and half of Pinkerton's star duo, Mari Shea, will all play together on one team.
Then Souhegan's future star Cadence Summers, Hanover's star goalie Ella Edmonds, Bishop Guertin's superstar Sarah Coyle, Windham's superstar and the state's best goal scorer, Kate Blaisdell, and Windham's up and coming young star Amy Lanouette, will all play together on the Northeast Region's other team.
We wish all our players the best, as they try to bring home a National Title, not only for New Hampshire but also for the entirety of New England.