|Three From Miss Hall's School Named All-League|
|04:58PM / Tuesday, December 12, 2017|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Miss Hall’s School announced Tuesday that that three of its student-athletes have been named league all-stars, recognizing their performances during the fall athletics season.
Senior Emily Hunter, of West Stockbridge, and junior Merriam Lrhazi, of Lee, were named all-stars for the Women’s Western New England Prep School Soccer Association, while senior Emma Genovesi, of Rome, Italy, was named an all-star for the Western New England Prep School Volleyball Association.
A four-year varsity starter and a team captain, Hunter played center defense for the Hurricanes, anchoring the squad’s defense. She is also known among her teammates as “Jedi” Hunter, because she is incredibly powerful and virtually unbeatable. A three-sport varsity athlete, she also excels at basketball and tennis for the Hurricanes.
Lrhazi is a three-year starter in goal, where her athleticism and work ethic have earned her the respect of teammates and opponents alike. She recorded 158 saves in 11 games this season. When late-season shoulder troubles kept her out of net, Merriam showed her versatility by playing middle left defender. A three-sport varsity athlete, Merriam also plays basketball and lacrosse.
Both Emily and Merriam played in the league all-star game held Nov. 12 at the Ethel Walker School in Simsbury, Conn.