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Thayer Academy Girls Soccer Wins 2017 Class B New England Championship

Nov. 20 2017

Thayer girls soccer beat Pomfret School in dramatic fashion Sunday to win the Class B New England Championship--a first for girls soccer. Ally Sentnor '22 scored Thayer's first goal off of a corner kick in the first half, and Pomfret answered back, tying the game 1-1. The teams played two 10-minute overtime periods, and Brittany Raphino '19 scored the winning goal.
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Rivers School Girls Soccer: 2015 NEPSAC Class B Champions

The 2015 Rivers School girls’ varsity soccer team entered the NEPSAC Class B Tournament as the No. 1 seed after finishing the regular season atop the Independent School League. Wins over Middlesex and Pingree on Wednesday and Saturday, respectively, earned the Red Wings a shot at their fourth New England title.
However, standing in their way was a formidable Tabor Academy team that had stormed through tournament play as the No. 7 seed, knocking off the No. 2 and No. 3 seed en route to the final – a rematch of the 2013 championship game that ended in a 0-0 tie. Maggie McCabe ’16 and Kendall Trovato ’16 scored on either side of halftime while Brook Heinsohn ’16 posted another shutout in what was a fitting end to both this season and this particular group of seniors’ careers.
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Rivers Girls' Varsity Soccer Claims 2015 ISL Championship

There have been nicer afternoons in Weston than Wednesday November 11, but for the Rivers girls’ varsity soccer team there haven’t been many better ones. The Red Wings notched a 4-0 victory over Noble & Greenough School to clinch their first outright ISL Championship.
In what amounted to a de facto championship game, the Red Wings (13-0-3) and Bulldogs played nearly 60 minutes of soccer before either team was able to find a breakthrough. With just over 20 minutes to play, Maggie McCabe ’16 found the back of the net to give the Red Wings the 1-0 lead and kicked off an impressive offensive performance over the final quarter of the game.
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Rivers' Brooke Heinsohn '16 Named to U-18 National Team For Upcoming Training Camp

Rivers senior goalkeeper Brooke Heinsohn ’16 was named to the United States U-18 Women’s Soccer National Team for an upcoming training camp in Mexico City, where they will play two games against Mexico’s U-20 Women’s National Team.

The training camp will take place from August 8-16 with the games being played on August 13 and 15 in Mexico City. All 20 players that were named to the roster were born in 1998 and this trip starts the group’s push to qualify for the 2018 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in France.
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Photo Credit: Jon Chase
Groton Girls' Soccer: 2014 NEPSAC Class B Champions!

Groton’s girls soccer team clinched the NEPSAC Class B championship Sunday with a decisive 2-0 win over Wilbraham & Monson.

The girls delivered a one-two punch in the first half, with Dorrie Varley-Barrett ’15 scoring the first goal and Caitlyn DiSarcina ’17 putting another into the net about two minutes later. Caroline Morss '15 assisted on the first goal, and Carrie Moore '17 got the assist on the second.
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Liz Webber '16 of The Rivers School Named NSCAA All-American

The Rivers girls’ soccer team has experienced extraordinary success over the past few seasons, thanks in large part to the Red Wings play on defense. Coaches both in the ISL and across the country have taken notice of one particular cog in the Rivers machine, honoring Liz Webber ’16 with both the 2014 ISL Defensive Player of the Year award and National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-American recognition.
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Maclaine Lehan '14 and Trevor Davock '15 of The Rivers School Named NSCAA All-Americans

Two Rivers athletes earned All-American distinction from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) for their play this fall. Maclaine Lehan ’14 and Trevor Davock ’15 were each recognized on Nov. 18 during the weekly all-school assembly by Director of Athletics Jim McNally.
Maclaine adds the NSCAA All-American honor to her list of accomplishments alongside the 2013 Independent School League (ISL) Defensive Player of the Year award and a NEPSAC Class B Championship. This is the second consecutive season in which Maclaine has won the Defensive Player of the Year award, completing a two-year run in which Rivers allowed just nine goals and completed two undefeated regular seasons.
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