For PEISAA Senior Girls Field Hockey League provincial championship tournament
CHARLOTTETOWN – Reilly Doucet of the Three Oaks Axewomen has been chosen an all-star for the P.E.I. School Athletic Association Senior Girls Field Hockey League provincial championship tournament.
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Reilly Doucet in action for the Three Oaks Axewomen during a P.E.I. School Athletic Association Senior Girls Field Hockey League game at Eric Johnston Field earlier this season.
Doucet, who plays defence, was the only member of the Axewomen selected.
“She (Doucet) is a very skilled player, one who could take the ball from one end of the field to the other,” said Three Oaks field hockey head coach Sue Thomson. “She also reads the game like a veteran, and she plays and practises with passion.
“She has the potential to take her game to the next level, and she is only in Grade 11.”
Abbey MacLellan of the Charlottetown Rural Raiders was named the tournament most valuable player.
Also selected as all-stars were Hana Stevenson of Bluefield; Jessie McCarthy and Morganne Rice of Montague; Emma MacKinnon of Colonel Gray, and Jacklyn MacKinnon of Charlottetown Rural.
Rural edged Montague 1-0 in the gold-medal game at UPEI on Wednesday night.