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Team: Roxbury Girls Lax

Coach: Kevin Bewalder

Season’s with the Team : Entering 15th season

2019 Record: 14-6

Anticipated Varsity Players:

Returning-Emily Stanich, Tara Roumes, Fiona Sparano, Allie Fleming, Meagan Byrne, Mary Piccitto, Lauren Tom, Lauren Ernst, Heather Blanchard, Deanna Maugeri, Lauren Byrne, Emily Christiansen, Nicole Lisa, Nikki Tedesco, Mackenzie Pickett, Zoe Pickett

New-Lauren Byrne, Julia Fedorko, Tina Koenig, Isabella Hughes, Natalie Zolnierczyk, Megan Roddy, Paige Metje

Players on the Rise:

Paige Metje (11) and Lauren Byrne (12) return from ACL injuries, Lauren Tom (12), Emily Christiansen (11) and the Pickett sisters, Mackenzie (11) and Zoe (10) will take on a larger role in the attack

Coach’s Outlook:

We earned a share of the Freedom North Conference Championship with Morris Knolls last year, and although we only graduated 4 seniors, 3 of them were instrumental in our attack and the 4th was an anchor of our defense and two of them went on to play D1 athletics (one field hockey and one lacrosse). It’ll be tough to replace their athleticism, stick skills and leadership. Morris Knolls returns most of their offensive fire power so I look at them as the favorite in our conference, but the conference is very competitive year in and year out, where on any given day anybody could knock another team off.

George Muha has been covering high school sports since 2006. He feels high school scholar-athletes are the most important part of the community and highlighting their achievements on the field, in the classroom and within the community is his personal mission.

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