HOCKOMOCK SPORTS FIRST TEAM
- Sam Jones – Franklin – Defense
Franklin senior defender Sam Jones was the leader of the league’s best defensive unit and helped Franklin to another undefeated league title and to the program’s second D1 East title in three years. The University of Charleston commit was among the league leaders with 42 ground balls, but her contributions went beyond stats, as she was the vocal leader of the defense, calling out slides and switches to keep the Panthers organized. This is her second time on the HockomockSports.com First Team and she was voted a league all-star.
- Kenzie Pleshaw – Franklin – Midfield
Franklin senior Kenzie Pleshaw emerged as the top scoring threat for the Panthers during their undefeated league campaign and their run to the Div. 2 East title, including the game-winning goal in the East final against Acton-Boxboro. The Stonehill College commit scored 50 goals and had two assists for Franklin this spring and was also among the league leaders with 45 draw controls in the regular season. Pleshaw was chosen as the Hockomock MVP and an all-star by the league’s coaches.
- Julia Jette – Franklin – Attack
Franklin senior attacker Julia Jette had another excellent season in the offensive zone for the Panthers, who completed another unbeaten league campaign and won the Div. 2 East title for the second time in three years. The University of New Haven commit was second on the team with 43 goals and added 24 assists for a team-high 67 points, which was good for seventh in the league. Jette is a two-time first team selection and was also chosen as an all-star by Hockomock League coaches.
HOCKOMOCK SPORTS SECOND TEAM
- Emily Spath – Franklin – Midfield
Franklin senior midfielder Emily Spath provided key contributions for the Panthers during their undefeated Hockomock season and their second sectional title in the past three seasons. The Assumption College commit finished with 32 goals and 11 assists in the regular season and gave Franklin a consistent weapon in the midfield when teams focused on Franklin’s other attackers. Spath was also a key part of the pressure defense that the Panthers preferred. She was selected as an all-star by the league’s coaches.
- Kendall Reardon – Franklin – Attack
Franklin junior attacker Kendall Reardon backed up her 2015 Underclassman of the Year campaign with an even better season for the league champion Panthers this spring. Reardon finished the season with 28 goals and 17 assists for Franklin and also added 34 ground balls. She gave an extra layer of control and passing ability to the Panthers in attack, as they made a run to a sectional title and the state semifinal. Reardon was chosen as a Hockomock League all-star by the league’s coaches.
For the full listing of Hockomck awards for girls lacrosse