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Peabody’s Hailee Lomasney named NEC Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year

Peabody's Hailee Lomasney has been named the Northeastern Conference Player of the Year for girls lacrosse. (Item File Photo)

Peabody senior attack Hailee Lomasney was all over the field during her final high school season this spring, and her stellar play was rewarded this week when she was named the Northeastern Conference Player of the Year for girls lacrosse. 

Lomasney was a massive contributor on the offensive end for the Tanners, scoring 47 goals and dishing out 37 assists. She also scored her 200th career point during the course of the season, notching it in a four-goal, five-assist performance against Beverly on June 1. 

The Peabody girls team took home other NEC honors as well, with Head Coach Dennis Desroches being named NEC Coach of the Year after the Tanners finished 10-4 and earned a first-round bye in the Division 1 North tournament. 

Peabody’s other big offensive threat of 2021, Amber Kiricoples, was named to the NEC All-Conference Team, as was Tanners goalie Olivia Lavalle. 

Swampscott had three All-Conference selections in seniors Harper Clopton, Reese Robertson and Elizabeth Green. All three will be off to play college lacrosse next year, with Clopton (University of Cincinnati) and Robertson (Kent State University) off to Div. I and Green (Ithaca College) off to Div. III.

Two All-Conference picks came out of Marblehead in star goalie Elizabeth Driscoll and leading scorer Maddie Erskine — both of whom are seniors. 

Masconomet led the league with four All-Conference picks in Megan Bovardi, Emma Flynn, Emmy Clark and Robin Seymour, while Danvers’ Ashley Curcuru rounded out the All-Conference Team. 

The rest of the NEC girls lacrosse all-stars were Hailey Baker and McKayla Fisher (Peabody); Mae Colwell and Josie Poulin (Marblehead); Coco Clopton, Broghan Laundry and Jordan Waters (Swampscott); Breanna Stead (Salem); Eliana Anderson and Grace Brinkley (Danvers); Sarah Bernier, Jolie Dalton and Maggie Sturgis (Masconomet); Nora Kersten (Beverly).

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