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Four Chargers named to the Charlotte Observer's "All-Observer" Field Hockey team
Posted 01/09/2019 03:04PM

 Monday, December 24, 2018
by Jay Edwards and Langston Wertz, Jr.

All Charlotte Observer Field Hockey Team


Megan Frost, Myers Park, Sr.: Stanford commit led Mustangs scored 34 goals and had 25 assists to lead Myers Park to a perfect 19-0 record, NCFHA state title.

Caroline Juckett, Charlotte Latin, Sr.: Two-time all-state performer had 28 goals, 15 assists to help the Hawks to a fourth straight NCISAA state championship in a row.

Sarah Perkinson, Myers Park, Jr.: Mustangs’ first-team all-conference pick another potent offensive weapon with 22 goals, six assists.

Jacquelyn Ives, Providence Day, Sr.: Chargers’ all-state forward led Providence Day offense with 15 goals, nine assists.

Moira Darling, Charlotte Catholic, Jr.: second-team all-state performer led Cougars with 33 goals while adding 15 assists on a NCFHA state semifinalist team.


Julia Chaverin, Charlotte Catholic, Jr.: Another potent weapon for the Cougars’ offense with 27 goals and 13 assists.

Reagan McCrossan, Marvin Ridge, Sr.: University of Richmond commit a versatile performer for Mavericks.


Myah Pease, Charlotte Latin, Sr.: Dartmouth College commit, three-time all-state pick had 13 goals, six assists.

Cece Colombo, Charlotte Latin, Sr.: University of Tampa lacrosse commit is also an all-state field hockey player who had two goals, two assists and was a lockdown defender, holding Myers Park’s Frost scoreless in their two matchups this season.

Caroline Wick, Myers Park, Sr.: second-team all-state selection another big weapon for Mustangs with nine goals, five assists.

Molly Firr, Providence Day, Sr.: Davidson College commit, all-state performer had nine goals, nine assists

Mary Thompson Charlesbois, Charlotte Country Day, Sr.: Bucs’ all-state performer had six goals for the NCISAA state runner-up team.


Katie So, Charlotte Country Day, Jr.: Yale University commit, all-state pick had four goals, seven assists.

Grace Stokes, Providence Day, So.: All-state defensive center midfielder had four goals, three assists; was named one of the top 100 sophomores in the country by maxfieldhockey.com.

Sarah Minges, Myers Park, Jr.: first-team all-conference pick had four goals, two assists, and was critical piece to Mustangs’ defense.


Sutton Orndorff, Charlotte Latin, Sr.: University of Richmond commit named NCISAA and CISAA player of the year; a three-time all-state pick led a Hawks’ defense that allowed only 10 goals all season, won their fourth straight NCISAA state title.

Caroline Page, Myers Park, Sr.: Mustangs’ first-team all-conference pick, defensive stopper also had two assists.

Arden Davies, Charlotte Country Day, Jr.: Bucs’ all-state defender a key player on a unit that gave up only 17 goals in 18 games.

Bennett Ann McIver, Providence Day, Sr.: Chargers’ all-conference center back helped a defense that had 10 shutouts.


Colette Morgan, Charlotte Catholic, Sr.: All-state goalkeeper is a Fairfield University commit who was also the NCFHA’s Western Conference defensive player of the year.

Grace Crutchfield, Charlotte Latin, So.: All-conference goalkeeper helped Latin defense to 13 shutouts in 19 games.

Read the entire article from the Charlotte Observer at:  https://bit.ly/2RfBQUL

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