Last week MAX Field Hockey released their annual "Player Rankings," for the Class of 2021, listing their Top 5, 50, and 100 players for the country.
Alana Richardson who's not from NH, but plays her club field hockey here, with Seacoast United, was named in the Top 5 players in the country for the Class of 2021.
Maddie Mullaney and Ashley Hart who are also not from NH, but play their club field hockey here, Mullaney with Seacoast United, and Hart with Northeast Elite were named on the list, Mullaney in the Top 50, and Hart in the Top 100.
Katherine Wimmer, who was going to be one of the up and coming goalies in NH, for Windham, but ended up going to private school at Phillips Andover Academy, was also named in the Top 100.
Samantha Crochetiere of Winnacunnet was named to the Top 50. The Boston College commit, started off slow as a freshman, but quickly moved into a starting midfield position, for the D1 powerhouse, helping them to an eighth consecutive final four.
Kate Blaisdell of Windham was also named to the Top 50, after her incredible freshman campaign. Leading the state in goals, and points, breaking the Windham single-season scoring record and picking up a state championship.
Not too bad having six players that play in or are from NH, named in the Top 100 players in the country for the Class of 2021, including four in the Top 50, and one in the Top 5.