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Mike Mathews - Sports

January 26, 2009

Graham, Dayton, McGinnis, Hegman head of the class


Also first-team All-AMAC, she was fourth in the conference in scoring with six goals, two assists and a 2.33 mark.

• Fazenbaker had a big sophomore season at Mountain Ridge, with her 27 goals tying Graham’s area record for most goals by a sophomore.

Fazenbaker finished second in the area in scoring with 27 goals and five assists for 59 points and a 3.68 average.

Also first-team All-AMAC, the speedy, second-year starter was runner-up in the conference in scoring with 12 goals, two assists and a 3.71 average in seven games.

• Ferree, a senior captain, was a four-year varsity player (two years at Mountain Ridge and two at Beall), and led her teams to a 49-11-4 record and area championships in 2008 and 2006.

A wing most of her career, Ferree was especially effective with crossing passes that provided numerous scoring opportunities for teammates. She was 11th in the area in scoring with seven goals and six assists for a 1.25 average.

Ferree was also first-team All-AMAC, and had a goal and three assists in conference play.

• Nicol, a senior defender, regained her starting spot this year after missing most of her junior season with an injury.

A starter as a sophomore, Nicol’s strong defensive play led a Mountain Ridge defense that registered 13 shutouts. Her all-around ball skills made her a threat to create an offensive run anytime she gained control of the ball.

Nicol was also first-team All-AMAC, leading the Miners to the conference title and a defense that allowed just two regular-season goals.

• Harvey, a senior at Northern, proved to be one of the area’s top goalkeepers during her three years as a starter.

This year, she made 100 saves and allowed only 15 goals to rank second in save percentage at .869. She also was second in the area in shutouts with seven.

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