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Annie Ettenhofer of Winchester is named Player of the Week by EMass field hockey

Annie Ettenhofer of Winchester is named Player of the Week by EMass field hockey

Shaw Downing, Franklin Roosevelt, and Franklin Shaw, Downering. Dank to Downing's trademark defensive play, the Panthers, who are 12-1 this season, have allowed just four goals. The junior has been a playmaker on the other side of the field, scoring two goals and providing an assist in the last week.

Maggie Driscoll, Watertown, Maggie, Dr. Drascol, Watertown and Reading were goalless late in their Monday matchup in the Middlesex League, when the junior saved the day by scoring the winner off a corner as time expired.

Annie Ettenhofer, Winchester, was a Winfield resident until recently. Thanks to excellent defense, Winchester has kept opponents scoreless an astounding seven times this season. Ettenhofer is one of those tenacious defenders who can score two goals on offense. She is also a key player on Winchesters squad.

Lauren Rothwell, Somerset-Berkley, Lauren-Rothwell Rothford, The midfielder has been a key component for the Blue Raiders in their four-game winning streak. In their 4-1 win over Dighton-Rehoboth, She scored two second-quarter goals. The senior is expected to play at Bryant next fall.

Delaney Woekel, Newburyport Delaine Woecke, Delalney Woolek, The sophomore lit up the Clippers' score sheet over the last week. She scored twice and added an assist against Georgetown, as well as a hat trick on Monday against Rockport.

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