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December 6, 2012

2012 Salem News Girls Soccer All-Stars

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Peabody Senior

Defense

Immense foot skills and sense helped this three-time Salem News all-star lead a defense that allowed less than a goal per game ... Captained Tanners to a fourth straight Northeastern Conference title and several weeks as national No. 1 ... NEC all-star is adept at breaking up counter runs ... Committed to play at Merrimack College, where she hopes to study business.

ERIN CASSIDY

Swampscott Senior

Striker

The Big Blue’s leading scorer also had a knack for scoring in the most critical situations ... Scored on a free kick to help Swampscott tie Marblehead ... Scored 10 times and had 10 assists, factoring in nearly two-thirds of Swampscott’s total goals ... Captained the Big Blue to the state tournament ... NEC all-star and team MVP hopes to study nursing and play soccer in college.

KARA DIGIACOMO

Peabody Senior

Defense

Northeastern Conference Large MVP impacted the game in all three thirds of the field ... Excellent defender helped Peabody allow less than a goal per game ... Set piece specialist added five goals and eight assists ... Most memorable goal came on a free kick against Danvers ... NEC and EMass all-star ... Shared captain’s band with twin sister and fellow all-star Victoria.

VICTORIA DIGIACOMO

Peabody Senior

Striker

Four-year starter became the sixth member of Peabody’s 100-point club, joining older sister Erika ... NEC and EMass all-star scored 26 goals, surpassing 25 for the second straight season ... Graduates with 126 career points ... Speedy, disciplined striker shared captain’s band with twin sister and fellow all-star Kara ... Ranks No. 20 in Peabody’s senior class ... Two-time Salem News all-star will play for Division 2 national champion College of St. Rose.

CHAR ESTY

Pingree Freshman

Striker

Enjoyed a smashing high school debut season, leading the Eastern Independent League in scoring with 19 goals ... Added 11 assists for a team-high 30 points ... Helped the Highlanders reach the second round of the New England tournament ... Newbury native had a three-goal, two-assist effort in a win over Concord Academy ... An EIL all-star selection.

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