In 2018 the reform Tri-6 conference hit the stage with a great first season. In 2019 several teams will look to make an even bigger splash.
The Jaguars return leading scorer Carson Gronbach (76G, 3A, Bryant) from last year’s 9-8 team. Athens Drive will need more players, like seniors Shelby Hinshaw and Kaylianne Reyes, to step up to make a move up in the conference ranks.
Green Hope finished 2018 as the Tri-6 runner up and 10-5 overall. Juniors Meghan O’Mara (32G, 20A) and Cameron Peele (31G, 8A) will look to be the offensive leaders as they replace Alicia Brunetti (46G, 28A), Michelle Ramsey (25G, 11A), and Kaylie Mosser (26G, 10A) The Falcons will be looking for senior Julianna DeFalco to lead the defense in front of goalkeeper Hannah Cieza .
[EDIT]We did not get any information from Cary. And Max Preps was shown to be erroneous.
The Pirates return most of their scoring from 2018’s 4-9 team. They will hope for bolstered numbers to continue growing the program.
Panther Creek went undefeated in conference play in 2018. In 2019, however, they will have to defend their title without Abbi Pagano (36G, 20A), Mack Shulmistra (44G, 10A), or Riley Gilmore (5G, 11 CT). The Catamounts do return their top two scorers in Claire Reist (40G, 31A, 201 DC, Cincinnati) and Ashley Fink (51G, 12A, Wofford). A young defense for Panther Creek is a year older and sophomores Regan Terrell and goalie Morgan Dodson will have to step up to balance the offensive firepower.
Jordan loses Lindy Charles (45G, 5A) from a very young team in 2018. Junior Ellie Mayer (45G, 20A, Bucknell) will look to lead a host of underclassmen looking to climb the Tri-6 ladder. Senior Delaney Parfitt will take on a bigger offensive role as well. Elsie Ruhara will take over in goal for the Falcons.
- Panther Creek
- Athens Drive
- Green Hope
- Jack Britt
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