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Hometeam Sports Awards
Hometeam Sports Awards

The following is a list of Hometeam field hockey all-stars, as selected by the staff at the Telegram & Gazette.

These also are all nominees for the field hockey player of the year for the Central Mass High School Sports Awards, presented by DCU, to be held in the spring. The winner will be the announced at the show. More details about the program are coming soon.

During the live show, these nominees will be honored, along with the top three finalists and the player of the year. All official nominees can receive a free ticket. Check back later in the year for information on how to RSVP.

The Central Mass High School Sports Awards show is part of the USA TODAY High School Sports Awards, the largest high school sports recognition program in the country.

Nashoba Regional field hockey all-star Lela Boermeester.
Nashoba Regional field hockey all-star Lela Boermeester.

Lela Boermeester

Nashoba Regional

Senior, Forward/Midfield

With 21 goals and 10 assists, Boermeester led Mid-Wach A in scoring and helped the Wolves to the Division 2 state final. Beating Masconomet, 3-2, in a shootout in the state semifinals was her most memorable moment of the season. She scored one of the shootout goals. Nashoba fell to Westwood in overtime in the final. Boermeester earned Mid-Wach A first-team honors and NFHCA All-Region accolades. She made 79 starts in four years and finished her career with 50 goals and 25 assists. She is also a member of the lacrosse team. In the fall, she will attend Lehigh University, where she will study population science and play field hockey. She is the daughter of Patricia Pishock and David Boermeester of Bolton.

Uxbridge field hockey all-star Elyse Bouchard.
Uxbridge field hockey all-star Elyse Bouchard.

Elyse “Ellie” Bouchard

Uxbridge High

Freshman, Forward

Bouchard ranked among the top scorers in Central Mass. and helped lead the Spartans to the Division 4 state championship, which was her most memorable moment of the season. Bouchard finished with 30 goals and seven assists. Two of her goals came in Uxbridge’s 6-0 victory over Manchester-Essex in the state semifinals. She scored four goals in the Spartans’ season-opening win over Quaboag Regional, and Uxbridge rolled from there, winning eight straight and finishing the year 20-0-2. Bouchard scored the tying goal in a 2-2 draw with Doherty. She was a SWCL first-team all-star. She is the daughter of Lauren Bouchard of Uxbridge.

Doherty field hockey all-star Maggie Dowd.
Doherty field hockey all-star Maggie Dowd.

Maggie Dowd

Doherty High

Senior, Center Mid

Dowd earned her second straight Super Team honor after helping Doherty to the Inter-High title, a 14-3-2 record and a thrilling upset win in the Division 1 state tournament. The 24th-seeded Highlanders defeated No. 9 Hingham with two second-half goals. The victory was Dowd’s most memorable moment of the season. A team captain, Dowd finished with 11 goals and three assists and earned Inter-High all-star honors for the third time. Over the last three seasons, she helped the Highlanders to a 46-4-3 record. In the fall, she will attend UMass-Lowell, where she will study nursing and play field hockey. She is the daughter of Jane and Bill Dowd of Worcester.

Sutton field hockey all-star Emma Farrell.
Sutton field hockey all-star Emma Farrell.

Emma Farrell

Sutton High

Senior, Center Forward

With 16 goals and 15 assists, Farrell topped the Dual Valley Conference in scoring and ranked among the leaders in Central Mass. She led the Suzies to an undefeated regular season and overall record of 18-1-1. In the Central Mass. Athletic Directors Association Division 3 final, she scored the winning goal 12 minutes into the second half to lift Sutton to a 1-0 victory over Littleton. The victory was her most memorable moment of the season. She also scored the winning goal, with seven minutes left, in Sutton’s second-round win over Hamilton-Wenham in the second round of the Division 4 state tournament. She was the DVC Player of the Year. She is undecided on college, but plans to study nursing and play field hockey. She is the daughter of Christina and Stephen Farrell of Sutton.

Uxbridge field hockey all-star Chloe Kaeller.
Uxbridge field hockey all-star Chloe Kaeller.

Chloe Kaeller

Uxbridge High

Senior, Forward

During a record-setting season, Kaeller led the Spartans to the Division 4 state championship. Celebrating the 1-0 win over Ipswich with her teammates was her most memorable moment of the year. Kaeller established program single-season marks with 37 goals, 18 assists and 55 points, and the Uxbridge all-time mark with 70 career goals. She led Central Mass. in scoring and helped the Spartans to a 20-0-2 record. Kaeller scored a pair of goals in Uxbridge’s dominating 6-0 win over Manchester-Essex in the state semifinals. Kaeller was a team captain and will serve in that same capacity for the basketball team this winter. In the fall, she will attend Assumption University, where she will play field hockey. She is the daughter of Lisa and Paul Kaeller of Uxbridge.

Auburn field hockey all-star Reese Levansavich.
Auburn field hockey all-star Reese Levansavich.

Reese Levansavich

Auburn High

Senior, Center Midfield

Levansavich scored 13 goals and added 12 assists to rank among the leaders in SWCL A. She finished her career with 50 goals and 39 assists in 60 games. Levansavich registered three hat tricks this fall, but the most memorable moment of the last four years came during her freshman season, when her sister, Grace, assisted on her first career goal. Levansavich served as captain this season. She is a two-time SWCL all-star and member of the Cape Ann Field Hockey Club. In the fall, she will attend St. Anselm College, where she will major in marketing and play field hockey. She is the daughter of Kim and Rich Levansavich of Auburn.

Doherty field hockey all-star Eleanor Murray.
Doherty field hockey all-star Eleanor Murray.

Eleanor Murray

Doherty High

Senior, Forward

Murray capped her career with her third straight Super Team selection. This fall, she ranked among the top scorers in Central Mass. with 17 goals and 15 assists and led the Highlanders to the Inter-High title and a 14-3-2 record. In the Division 1 state tournament, Murray scored a key second-half goal to help No. 24 seed Doherty upset No. 9 Hingham, 2-1. The thrilling win was her most memorable moment of the season. Murray was a team captain and earned Inter-High all-star honors for the third time. She finished her career with 144 points. In the fall, she will attend Assumption University, where she will play field hockey. She is the daughter of Colleen and Kevin Murray of Worcester.

Doherty field hockey all-star Hannah Murray.
Doherty field hockey all-star Hannah Murray.

Hannah Murray

Doherty High

Sophomore, Forward

With 26 goals and nine assists, Murray led the Inter-High in scoring and ranked second in Central Mass. She helped the Highlanders to a league title and a 14-3-2 record. In the Division 1 state tournament, No. 24 seed Doherty upset No. 9 Hingham, 2-1, and the victory was her most memorable moment of the season. As a freshman, Murray scored 30 goals and added five assists. She opened this season with a hat trick against Burncoat and later in the year had back-to-back four-goal games. Her interests include skiing. She is the daughter of Colleen and Kevin Murray of Worcester.

Shrewsbury field hockey all-star Maddie Mrva.
Shrewsbury field hockey all-star Maddie Mrva.

Maddie Mrva

Shrewsbury High

Junior, Center Midfielder

Mrva, a team captain, totaled 18 points and led the Colonials to the quarterfinals of the Division 1 state tournament. Shrewsbury finished 14-3-3 and captured the CMADA Division 1 championship in dramatic style. In overtime, Mrva sent a penalty corner that teammate Kiera Hurley redirected into the net as time expired and Shrewsbury beat Nashoba Regional, 2-1. The victory was Mrva’s most memorable moment of the season. Mrva earned Mid-Wach A MVP honors. As a sophomore, she was a Super Team selection in ice hockey. She is the daughter of Carrie and Matt Mrva of Shrewsbury.

Grafton field hockey all-star Anneliese Oetsen.
Grafton field hockey all-star Anneliese Oetsen.

Anneliese Oetsen

Grafton High

Senior, Right forward

With 13 goals and eight assists, Oetsen ranked among the scoring leaders in SWCL A. She served as team captain and led the Gators to an 11-7 record. Her most memorable moment of the season was Grafton’s 2-1 overtime win against Nauset in the Division 2 state tournament. The No. 21 seeded Gators trailed No. 12 Nauset at halftime, but Oetsen scored the tying goal in the 58th minute and the winner five minutes into OT. Celebrating the victory was her most memorable moment of the season. She is undecided on her college plans, but she would like to study education or communications/media studies and teach abroad. She is the daughter of Krista and Bert Oetsen of Grafton.

Quabbin Regional field hockey all-star Michelle Tremblay.
Quabbin Regional field hockey all-star Michelle Tremblay.

Michelle Tremblay

Quabbin Regional

Senior, Midfield

Tremblay, the Mid-Wach B MVP, scored six goals, added six assists and helped the Panthers post eight shutouts and finish with an 8-7-3 record. Her most memorable moment of the year was her senior night, and another top moment for her was in the preliminary round of the Division 3 state tournament when she scored the winning goal to lift the Panthers past Smith Academy, 2-1. Tremblay was a two-time Mid-Wach B all-star selection. Her interests include skiing. In the fall, she will attend the University of New England, where she will study nursing, with a focus in pediatric care, and play field hockey. She is the daughter of Noreen Tremblay and Martin Tremblay of Barre.

Nashoba Regional field hockey all-star Abigail Zacchini.
Nashoba Regional field hockey all-star Abigail Zacchini.

Abigail Zacchini

Nashoba Regional

Junior, Center Midfield

Zacchini scored eight goals and added eight assists to lead the Wolves to an appearance in the Division 2 state final. Beating Masconomet, 3-2, in the semifinals following two thrilling overtime periods and a shootout was her most memorable moment of the year. Like she was all season, Zacchini was a force on offense and defense in the Wolves’ 1-0 overtime loss to Westwood in the final. She powered the midfield in Nashoba’s 3-0 win over Holliston in the state quarterfinals. Nashoba finished 17-4-1. Zacchini collected numerous postseason awards, including Mid-Wach A first-team accolades and NFHCA All-Region honors. She is verbally committed to Rutgers University, where she will study psychology and criminal justice and play field hockey. She is the daughter of Lori and Edward Zacchini of Bolton.

Honorable Mention

Division 1

Abby Antonelli, Doherty

Taylor Breen, Shrewsbury

Lindsey Brown, Algonquin

Anna Crockett, Wachusett

Ella Grady, Wachusett

Emma Gnaidek, Doherty

Kathryn Guertin, Wachusett

Katie Hitchcock, Shrewsbury

Kiera Hurley, Shrewsbury

Emerson Johnson, Wachusett

Lilly Johnson, Wachusett

Lexi Kent, Shrewsbury

Kaylie McGurl, Wachusett

Lily Zvaras, Doherty

Division 2

Gray Dallaire, Leominster

Cassie DeBlieck, Grafton

Elise DiTullio, Nashoba

Katelyn Fairhurst, Grafton

Abby Feidler, Westborough

Rebecca Frogel, Westborough

Annaka Gendron, Fitchburg

Abby Hennessey, Marlborough

Madi Hernandez, Grafton

Allie Jones, Nashoba

Emma Miller-Ayala, Leominster

Gabriella Santucci, Leominster

Graham Straface, Nashoba

Anna Warry, Leominster

Division 3

Katie Boissoneau, St. Bernard's

Ava Bouttone, Oakmont

Olivia Bower, Hudson

Kylie Casey, Quabbin

Peyton Collins, Oakmont

Avery Duteau, Oakmont

Allyson Foley, Oakmont

Maddi Langevin, Notre Dame

Lucie Nicholson, Nipmuc

Kendall O'Brien, North Middlesex

Madi O'Brien, Oakmont

Olivia O'Brien, Nipmuc

Sophia O'Brien, Oakmont

Sydney Sims, Notre Dame Academy

Haley Vadenais, Blackstone-Millville

Delaney Wojnarowicz, Notre Dame

Division 4

Amelia Blood, Uxbridge

Elizabeth Boone, Lunenburg

Izzy Cahill, Valley Tech

Julianna Casucci, Uxbridge

Gabi Couture, Sutton

Kaia Dziekiewicz, Valley Tech

Sophia Garzoli, Hopedale

Kendall Gilmore, Uxbridge

Hannah Goss, Gardner

Devyn Goyette, Gardner

Jenni Gramstorff, Sutton

Audrey Hayes, Sutton

Jessica Hanoy, Lunenburg

Katie Hearn, Valley Tech

Nora Hodgens, Hopedale

Jordan Hoover, Bromfield

Brittany Iverson, Littleton

Emily Johns, Clinton

Maeve Kelly, Northbridge

Marissa Laflamme, Valley Tech

Caraline Lambert, Sutton

Maddie Macgraf, Gardner

Ariana Masterjohn, Quaboag

Carley McCaie, Narragansett

Tessa Medeiros, Sutton

Olivia Narkevicius, Narragansett

Malia Ruggiero, Lunenburg

Meghan Smith, Uxbridge

Autumn Tibbetts, Lunenburg

Bella Uva, Tahanto

Caitlin Ware, Lunenburg

Sarah Young, Tahanto

Amanda Yurkoski, Littleton

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