By Chris Paul
The New Hampshire Field Hockey Coaches Association recently made their selections for their Division I All-State teams and three Londonderry High School Varsity players were recognized for their efforts on the field this fall season.
Lancer junior, Taylor McKinnon, was selected as one of the 15 girls chosen to the All-State First Team. McKinnon was a key component to the Londonderry defense this season.
Londonderry senior forward, Meghan Daileanes, was also recognized by the coaches association for her efforts near the goal and her ability to find the back of the goal and assist to her teammates throughout the 2022 season. Daileanes was chosen to be a member of the All-State Second Team.
Freshman Alison Chambers was given Honorable Mention for her efforts at mid-field.
Offensive Player of the Year honors went to Addison MacNeil of the Exeter High School Blue Hawks.
Exeter was the eventual Division I championship team with a 2-0 win over the Winnicunnet Warriors in the DI finals.
The Defensive Player of the Year was given to Kaitlyn Tello of the Nashua South High School Purple Panthers.
Coach of the Year went to Bill Larkins who guided the Manchester Central-West team this year.
The Lady Lancers finished their season with a 7-10 record and wound up as the number nine seed in the NHIAA Division I Playoffs.