Maddie Anagnou

Middle Township, Sr.

Anagnou is a three-sport athlete (field hockey,

swimming and lacrosse). Anagnou scored a school-record 28 goals in field

hockey last fall. She scored 59 goals in lacrosse this spring and finished her career with 223 goals. Anagnou also set several school swimming records.

Corrine Etter

Millville, Sr.

Etter excelled at field hockey and lacrosse for the Thunderbolts. She finished her field hockey career with a school-record 85 career goals. Etter was The Press Female Lacrosse Player of the Year. She scored 128 goals this season and 341 for her career. Etter will play lacrosse at Philadelphia University, a Division II school.

Kelly Hanna

Ocean City, Jr.

A lacrosse and field hockey standout, Hanna was The Press Field Hockey Player of the Year. She scored 21 goals and had 15 assists to lead the Red Raiders to the state Group III championship. Hanna scored 76 goals this lacrosse season. She already has verbally committed to attend Rutgers University on a field hockey scholarship.

Amber Jenkins

Egg Harbor Township, Sr.

Jenkins was a dominant defender in soccer and one of South Jersey's top sprinters in track and field. Jenkins won the Cape-Atlantic League and Atlantic County 100-meter dash championships. She will continue her track and field career at La Salle University in Philadelphia.

Gabriella McKeown

Lower Cape May Regional, Sr.

The Press Girls Soccer Player of the Year. She scored 27 goals and had 20 assists last fall. She finished her career with a school-record 90 goals. McKeown played goalie for the Caper Tigers lacrosse team this spring. She will play soccer at Temple University in Philadelphia.

 

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