Newspaper article The Record (Bergen County, NJ)

All-North Jersey Field Hockey

Newspaper article The Record (Bergen County, NJ)

All-North Jersey Field Hockey

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OFF: KASSIDY SHETLER

Ramsey, junior

Ramsey's offensive talisman totaled 35 goals and 22 assists, leading the area in both categories. She earned North Jersey Player of the Year honors for a Ramsey team that stormed through its season. Shetler will serve the same role for the Rams next season.

OFF: GABBY PONTONE

Northern Highlands, junior

Pontone was an important element of Northern Highlands in 2014, but she took a huge leap this season. She was an elite forward in Group 3, with 28 goals and 13 assists. It likely could be Pontone and Ramsey's Kassidy Shetler competing for the goals title next year.

OFF: HARLEE YORK

Pompton Lakes, senior

Pompton Lakes is returning to its former glory and York is a driving force for the Cardinals. She was a key facilitator, earning six assists. She only scored once, which reflects her unselfishness. Though she will be difficult to replace, the team's youngsters learned a great deal from her.

OFF: SARAH ANTHONY Lakeland, senior

Anthony was one of the most consistent players over the course of the season, with a point in five September games and five October games. She finished up the year with eight goals and five assists, being a part of more than a third of her team's 38 goals.

OFF: LIA DIPIAZZA

Ramsey, senior

DiPiazza was one of the top playmakers in both North Jersey and in Group 2, totaling 11 goals and 10 assists. She had at least one goal or one assist in 17 of Ramsey's 22 games, including two, two- goal games. Few programs replenish talent as well as Ramsey, but DiPiazza's skill set will be hard to replace.

DEF: SYDNEY ZAHN

Dwight-Englewood, junior

Zahn led a Dwight-Englewood defense that was the biggest reason for a team that was quietly one of the most improved teams in North Jersey in the 2015 season. Though winless in the conference, the Bulldogs allowed their opponents a goal or less in seven of their 17 games and had four shutouts, three of which were on the road.

DEF: LIZ BYRNE

Wayne Hills, junior

Byrne was one of her team's heroes in the Passaic County championship game and was an unsung hero throughout the season. She did not have prolific stats, but few players had such an impact on their team. She will be a critical part of Wayne Hills' defense next year. …

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