There will be some local flavor in the Twin State field hockey game as Division III state champion Windsor has placed two players on the team. Angelina Bigwood and Hayley Fortin will represent the Yellow Jackets, and will be joined by Bellows Falls’ Meagan Kelley for the Terriers.
The Twin State Field Hockey Game that features the top recent high school graduates from Vermont against their counterparts from New Hampshire shifts back to Vermont for 2020 with the site to be determined. Vermont defeated New Hampshire 3-0 in this year’s game played at St. Anselm College.
Hartford also has two players on the team with the high-scoring duo of Kennedy Mullen and Greer McCarty carrying the colors for the Hurricanes.
Woodstock boasts forward Mackenzie Yates and, as an alternate, goalie Maggie Parker.
Rounding out the team are Rice’s Kate Buckley, Burlington’s Lejla Delahmetovic, Colchester’s Meghan Lehoullier, Rice’s Caroline McLintock, Spaulding’s Morgan Mast, South Burlington’s Danielle Sleeman, Mount Mansfield’s Ava Stotz, Rice’s Kristen Varin and CVU’s Maggie Warren
The goalies are Colchester’s Ciera Morse and South Burlington’s Ainsley Hultgren.
The head coach is Colchester’s Katie Comeau.
The New Hampshire team includes: Kate Bennett, Pinkerton; Abbey Bevens, Pelham; Sarah Coyle, Bishop Guertin; Sarah Collins, Pinkerton; Macy Curtis, Hanover; Maddie Davis, Exeter; Ella Doherty, Concord; Laura Dreher, Oyster River; Eva Drummond, Kennett; Ella Edmonds, Hanover; Shannon Gifford, Goffstown; Demetria Gonzalez, Merrimack; Alannah Johnson, Mascenic; Marley Mailloux, Pinkerton; Livi Manchester, Windham; Kylie Nelson-Marois, Dover; Courtney Shay, Londonderry; Mari Shea, Pinkerton; Jessica Slaton, Pelham; Sydney Spenard, Manchester Memorial; Lindsey Stagg, Derryfield; Amelia Wilson, Mascoma Valley
Head coaches are Kelli Braley, Souhegan, and Katie Blair, Windham. Assistant coaches are Allie Buschmann, Hollis/Brookline, and Steve Christensen, Newport.
NOTES: Vermont has won the last two games but New Hampshire leads the series 22-10-3. The most goals by a team came in 2016 when Vermont won 7-1.There have been six overtime contests. The game will be played Friday, June 26.