Central Catholic Raiders Girls Soccer '07

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2006 record: 15-2-3, lost in Division 2 North quarterfinals

Returning starters (7): Jackie Vienneau, Sr., midfield; Ashley Evangelista, Jr., forward; Gia O'Connor, Jr., midfield; Mallary Forzese, Sr., forward; Kelley Mikus, Jr., defense; Rachel Bourque, Soph., midfield; Sarah Lattrell, Sr., defense

Returning lettermen: Marielle Elie, Jr., defense; Nicole Rogers, Jr., goalie; Adelle Dagher, Jr., forward

Newcomers: Jill Lane, Frosh., forward; Mikayla Hickey, Frosh., defense; Danielle Goglia, Frosh., defense; Alyssa Reilly, Soph., defense; Lauren Hoole, Soph., goalie; Megan Jowett, Soph., midfield; Michaela Poulin, Jr., midfield Candidates in all grades: 75

Captains: Sarah Lattrell, Jackie Vienneau, Mallary Forzese

Returning leaders: Ashley Evangelista 20 goals, Rachel Bourque 4 goals Gia O'Connor 2 goals

Returning honorees: Ashley Evangelista Eagle-Tribune MVP, Gia O'Connor MVC All-Star, Kelley Mikus MVC All-Star

Assistants: Katie Sullivan, varsity assistant; Casey Grange, JV A coach; Jen Griffin, JV B coach

Opener: Thursday Sept. 6, at Haverhill 7 p.m.

Odds and ends: Junior Marielle Elie returns from a knee injury that kept her out all of last year. She played well for Central her freshman year. ... Although Central has ample experience, its hopes may lie with how much three freshmen and three sophomores | all newcomers | can contribute. ... Freshman Mikayla Hickey of Salem is ranked among the top 40 players in the East in her age-group.

Coach Anne Marinaro (4th year, 38-16-5): "We have a good nucleus coming back with seven starters. Ashley Evangelista is clearly a go-to player for us. She's got great work ethic and coachability, and there's a very good team around her. She'll get a lot of hype, but we have some strong, strong players on our team. I think Gia O'Connor is one of the best in the league. We do have a couple of weak points, and we've adjusted our preseason so that we could fine-tune and tweak the team to help them."

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