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Girls on Fire: Nassau/CHSAA Players of the Week
Meg Gulmi, Syosset
There was the 19-save performance in a 12-6 win over Calhoun, the 10 saves in a 10-9 victory over East Meadow. Then Gulmi outdid herself on Saturday, making a season-high 22 saves in a 14-5 win over Mineola.
Natalie Sulmonte, Island Trees
The freshman had career highs with eight goals and five assists in Island Trees' 18-13 win over Carle Place on Monday. She scored four goals in their loss to North Shore.
Liz Stutzman, Garden City
The defender played well on Monday, stifling Connecticut's Darien, and was one of Garden City's few bright spots this weekend in losses to McDonogh and Bryn Mawr in the NY-MD Challenge.
Kathryn Flanagan, St. Mary's
She scored eight goals, including the winner in sudden-victory, to lead St. Mary's in a 16-15 win over St. Francis Prep on Saturday.
Alexandra Bruno, Garden City
She had seven goals and three assists in an 18-7 win over Darien (Ct.) on Monday and two goals and three assists in Thurday's 18-3 win over South Side. Bruno scored Scored three goals in Saturday's loss to McDonogh.
Morgan Jaycox, St. John the Baptist
The sophomore had three goals and three assists in a loss to Sacred Heart, and followed up with three goals and a career-high eight assists in Saturday's non-league win over Plainview JFK.
Tori Holland, St. Anthony's
The goalie has been consistent all season and was put to the test last week. She's made 42 saves in the last four games, including 13 each against the Maryland opponents in the NY-MD Challenge. Holland helped St. Anthony's dominate John Carroll (Md.), 13-3 on Sunday.
Ashley Gomes, Freeport
She scored nine goals in a win over Elmont and followed that up with six goals and an assist in Thursday's victory over Valley Stream District as Freeport clinched the Conference V title.
Kaitlyn Montalbano, St. John the Baptist
She had seven goals and four asssits against Sacred Heart, and then had four goals and four assists in the victory over Plainview JFK. (If we go back a little further, she had a goal and three assists, having a hand in each of the Cougars' goals in an 18-4 loss to St. Anthony's.)
Ariana Cavallone, Glen Cove
Scored six goals, including the last two, in a 15-13 upset of Floral Park on Wednesday.
Becky Conto, Sacred Heart
She had six goals and two assists in a win over Kellenberg; five goals and five assists in a win over St. John the Baptist; three goals in a win over Holy Trinity. The Spartans, now ranked 13th, have been winning a lot and Conto has been scoring a lot.