Five girls lacrosse players to watch

GRACE FALLON, RED BANK CATHOLIC: Last year’s Asbury Park Press player of the year put on a show for the Caseys in her junior season. Fallon led the Shore Conference in total points (162) after netting 63 goals along with 93 assists. For her career she has 144 goals and 195 assists for the Caseys. Before continuing her career at Duke next year, Fallon will look to lead the Caseys to another 20-plus win season and their third Shore Conference Class B North title.

BRIDGET CURRAN, RUMSON-FAIR HAVEN: A first team All-Shore selection last season, the University of North Carolina-bound senior will look to bring back the high-caliber offense from last season for the Bulldogs. Curran scored 49 goals, including the 100th of her career last season and added 28 assists. Curran had two goals and two assists in Rumson’s Shore Conference Tournament title win last season.

JOJO REILLY, MANASQUAN: The senior made her first appearence on the All-Shore first team last season for the Warriors. Despite being out a few games with an injury, Reilly still led her team in scoring with 47 goals and 12 assists. After orally committing to play at Rutgers in the fall, Reilly will look to add to her high shool career numbers of 115 goals and 38 assists.

AMANDA CASTEN, RED BANK CATHOLIC: Casten will start her fourth year on the varsity level for the Caseys this season. She was selected to the All-Shore first team last season. She finished with 93 goals and 15 assists and was a big part of the Caseys’ second consecutive trip to the Shore Conference Tournament title game. Casten has 116 career goals along with 20 assists, and has also orally committed to play at Rutgers next year.

NICOLETTE DUNPHY, RUMSON-FAIR HAVEN: Dunphy was a second team All-Shore selection last season and has committed to play at Lehigh next season. She will be important to the Bulldogs this season, as they look to capture another Shore Conference Class A Central title. The Bulldogs will also look to repeat as Shore Conference Tournament champions after defeating Red Bank Catholic last season.

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