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HS Girls’ Previews: Inter-Ac’s Episcopal Academy, Penn Charter

Monday, 22nd March 2021

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Previews  
 

(This is one of a series of HS girls’ previews for the 2021 scholastic season)

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/22/21

The Episcopal Academy

League: Inter-Ac

Coaches: Head Coach- Josie Tomaino (8th season at EA, 118-26 Record), Assistants- Kim Piersall, Siena Childs, Lis Zuern 

2019 Record: 18-1, Inter-Ac Champions (EA’s 20th Championship!)

Key Players: Sarah Groark (SR-Attack), Alexa Capozzoli, Brooke Stocku (JR- Attack), Jordan Morley, Bella Piselli (JR- Midfield), Madison Vetterlein (SR- Defense)

Others to Watch: Kendal Elison, Grace Schnyder (JR- Defense), Molly Delaney (SO- Defense), Alexis Ventresca (SO- Attack)

Coach’s Outlook for 2021: “Having lost a strong class to graduation, our biggest challenge will lie in many players across all positions stepping up to lead and compete on a daily basis. We certainly have a ton of individual talent but our greatest strength will still be in our ability to play well and work together as a team. “Today, Together.” is our slogan for the 2021 season and will serve to remind us to take it one day at a time, and focus on what we can accomplish together daily.”

William Penn Charter

League: Inter-Ac

Coaches: Colleen (Magarity) Kelly, 6th Season as Head Coach, Record: 47- 41, Assistant Coaches: Deb White and Kirsti Mettin

2019 Record: 13-11, Finished our season strong with our first ever win against Episcopal in the last league game.

Key Players: Kaylee Dyer, Darcy Felter, Charlotte Hodgson, & Maddie Shoup 

Others to Watch: Mia Ferraro, Ava Coyle, Maggie Turner, and Grace Turner

Coach’s Outlook for 2021: “I am very excited to be back out on the field. Last season would have been the first time since I have been coaching that every position on the field is extremely strong and we have the same thing for this 2021 season. My girls are working hard and getting better every single day. We have a lot of potential and athleticism.”

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