NJ high school field hockey: Shore Conference stars from Week 2

The Asbury Park Press is highlighting the top Shore Conference field hockey performances each week during the 2023 season.

Here are those stars from Week 2:

Kaitlin Brice, Wall

A senior midfielder, Brice had two goals in each of the Crimson Knights' wins on the week. Wall defeated Ocean 3-0 and Howell 3-2.

Marielle Montenegro, Shore

Montenegro, a freshman midfielder, had the game-winning goal in the fourth quarter of the Blue Devils' 2-1 win over Southern. She also had two goals in Shore's 9-0 win over St. John Vianney.

Jessica Schlindra, Colts Neck

A senior forward/midfielder, Schlindra had two goals in the Cougars' 3-1 win over Manalapan.

Colleen Ragan, St. Rose

Ragan, a senior forward/midfielder, had five goals and an assist in St. Rose's two matches last week. The Purple Roses defeated Howell 5-1 and Red Bank Catholic 7-0.

Sylvie Notine, Rumson-Fair Haven

Notine, a junior midfielder, had eight goals and two assists in the Bulldogs' two games on the week. Rumson-Fair Haven defeated Holmdel 12-0 and Red Bank Catholic 6-0.

Ella Gardner, Middletown South

Gardner, a junior goaltender, had six saves in the Eagles' 2-0 win over then No. 3 ranked Toms River North.

Emma Korenthal, Southern

A sophomore goaltender, Korenthal stopped 26 shots in the Rams' three matches last week, including 13 in a 2-1 defeat to Shore.

Caroline DeKenipp, Point Pleasant Boro

DeKenipp, a senior midfielder/forward and a Rutgers University-recruit, had seven goals in the No. 1 ranked Panthers' two matches on the week. Point Boro defeated Lacey 6-0 and Toms River South 7-0.

Point Pleasant Boro's Caroline DeKenipp (left) was one of the top performers in Shore Conference field hockey last week.
Point Pleasant Boro's Caroline DeKenipp (left) was one of the top performers in Shore Conference field hockey last week.

Evelynn Sernotti, Donovan Catholic

A senior goaltender, Sernotti stopped 29 shots in the Griffins' three matches. Donovan Catholic defeated Pinelands and Brick 2-1 and tied Jackson Liberty 1-1.

Ava Bocchiaro, Jackson Liberty

Bocchiaro, a junior goalkeeper, had six saves in the Lions' 1-1 tie with unbeaten Donovan Catholic and had 11 saves in two matches on the week.

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