Sarah Dawson, Bridgewater-Raynham, softball
Jill Miller, Apponequet, Softball
Kayla Sullivan, Hopkinton, Softball
Carly Wenzel, Millis, Softball
Leslie Denis – Case softball – Boston Herald All-Scholastic
Kelly Reading – Taunton girls softball – Boston Herald All-Scholastic
( Boston, MA,06/17/15) Alissa Karjel, Apponequet, softball. All Scholastic. Wednesday, June 17, 2015. (Staff photo by Stuart Cahill)
Gabby Vachon, Newton North, Softball.
06/17/15-Boston,MA. All Scholastic Erin Garczynski, of Norwood softball. Staff photo by Mark Garfinkel
All Scholastic Allie Piergustavo, of Milford Softball.
All Scholastic Julia DaCosta, of Bishop Feehan Softball.
Aimee Kistner, Taunton, Softball
Michaela Reeves, Reading Memorial, softball.
Sabrina Palermo, Revere, softball.
Jacqueline Arndt, Chelmsford, softball.
Maddy Barone, Silver Lake, softball.
Emily Critch, Silver Lake, softball.
Ashley Eisnor, Medford, softball.
Kayleigh Forgetta, Methuen, softball.
Emma Kraus, Wakefield Memorial, softball.
Emily Kurkul, Bridgewater Raynham, softball.
Jennifer Lee, Woburn Memorial, softball.
Kathleen LeFebre, Methuen, softball.
Kali Magane, King Philip, softball.
Methuen starting pitcher Kayleigh Forgetta, pitching during the MIAA Division 1 State Final game, Sunday, June 14, 2015, at Martin Park in Lowell.
THE HERALD TEAM
Jacqueline Arndt Sr. P Chelmsford
Maddy Barone Jr. P Silver Lake
Emily Critch So. C Silver Lake
Julia DaCosta So. SS Bishop Feehan
Sarah Dawson Sr. P Bridgewater-Raynham
Leslie Denis Sr. P Case
Ashley Eisnor Jr. P Medford
Kayleigh Forgetta Sr. P Methuen
Erin Garczynski Sr. C Norwood
Alissa Karjel Sr. SS Apponequet
Aimee Kistner Jr. P Taunton
Emma Kraus Sr. 3B Wakefield
Emily Kurkul Sr. C Bridgewater-Raynham
Jennifer Lee Sr. OF Woburn
Kathleen LeFebre Jr. C Methuen
Kali Magane Jr. P King Philip
Jill Miller Sr. 1B/3B Apponequet
Kelly Nelson Fr. P Norton
Mia Nowicki So. P St. Mary’s
Sabrina Palermo Sr. P Revere
Allie Piergustavo Sr. 1B Milford
Kelly Reading Sr. OF Taunton
Michaela Reeves Sr. P Reading
Kayla Sullivan Sr. OF Hopkinton
Gabby Vachon Jr. P Newton North
Carly Wenzel So. P Millis
The co-Player of the Year in the Merrimack Valley Conference, the senior pitcher had a 9-3 record with 139 strikeouts and four shutouts in 81 innings to lead the Lions to the league championship. Arndt’s season included a 21-strikeout game. A three-year starter, Arndt ended the season with a 0.78 ERA. A National Honor Society member, she will attend Stonehill College in the fall where she will play softball.
The Most Valuable Player of the Patriot League, the junior pitched the Lakers to a berth in the Division 1 state final and a 24-3 record. Barone finished the year with 234 strikeouts, a 0.38 ERA and 10 shutouts, while also hitting .407 with 23 RBI. A three-time Herald All-Scholastic, she has 55 career wins and 601 strikeouts. Barone has committed to play softball at Southern New Hampshire University.
The Lakers’ sophomore catcher ?was instrumental in leading Silver Lake to the program’s first Division 1 state title appearance. She finished the season with a .433 average, seven home runs and 38 RBI, giving her 12 home runs in two years. ?She struck out just twice in 109 plate appearances. A two-time Patriot League All-Star, and the team’s captain, the honor roll student has plans to play softball in college.
The sophomore shortstop led Bishop Feehan in batting average (.519), slugging percentage (.861), runs scored (36), hits (41), and total bases (68), while also hitting four home runs for the 16-5 Shamrocks. An Eastern Athletic Conference All-Star, DaCosta holds the school record for consecutive games with a hit with 24. A National Honor Society student, she already is verbally committed to Villanova.
A two-time Herald All-Scholastic, Dawson was one of the premier pitchers in the state this past season. She posted a 17-3 record with 170 strikeouts and an ERA of 0.60. A year ago, Dawson was 23-1 with 196 strikeouts to help the Trojans win the Division 1 state title. For her career, the Pittsburgh-bound ace was 66-6 and cracked the 600-strikeout mark late in the season, finishing up with 614.
The senior pitcher finished with a 19-3 record, compiling 183 strikeouts and recording a 0.95 ERA as Case won the South Coast Conference regular-season championship and earned a berth in the Division 2 tournament. A multi-threat, Denis also hit .419 with a .585 on-base percentage and 26 RBI. A two-time league all-star and two-time team MVP, she will attend Post University in Waterbury, Conn., in the fall.
A three-time Most Valuable Player in the Greater Boston League, the junior led the Mustangs to an 18-7 record and a berth in the Division 1 North finals, finishing with 216 strikeouts and a 1.04 ERA. Eisnor also contributed at the plate with six home runs. In three years, she has 572 strikeouts and 10 home runs. A GBL All-Star in both basketball and volleyball, she plans on playing softball in college.
The Merrimack Valley Conference Player of the Year, Forgetta pitched Methuen to the Division 1 North title. She finished with a 20-3 record, with 80 strikeouts and a 1.32 ERA. She closes her career with a 34-8 mark, 174 strikeouts and a 1.71 ERA. Forgetta also batted .311 with 10 RBI. A member of the National Honor Society, Forgetta will study criminal justice at UMass-Lowell in the fall.
The Bay State Conference Herget Most Valuable Player, Garczynski batted .656 with three home runs and 32 RBI in leading the Mustangs to a 20-2 record and a berth in the Division 1 quarterfinals. A four-year league all-star, she led the team in hitting in each of those four seasons. A member of the Student Advisory Board and an honor roll student, she will attend Southern New Hampshire University in the fall.
A three-time Herald All-Scholastic, the senior shortstop batted .425 with 18 RBI and 22 runs scored this season. She finished her career with a .470 average, 100 runs scored, 92 RBI, and also had 40 wins on the mound with a 0.95 ERA. A National Honor Society member and an MIAA student ambassador, she will play shortstop at St. Bonaventure University in the fall.
The junior pitcher went 20-2 this season with 108 strikeouts and a 1.74 ERA in leading Taunton to a berth in the Division 1 South championship game. At the plate, she batted .494 with 26 RBI. A Hockomock League All-Star, the National Honors Society student also is a member of the volleyball and swimming teams. She would like to major in criminal justice in college.
A two-time Middlesex League Freedom Division Player of the Year, the senior third baseman finished with a .499 average, three home runs, 37 RBI, 36 runs scored and 20 stolen bases as Wakefield ended the year 14-6. A four-year starter and three-time league all-star, Kraus holds the school record for RBI (98), walks (54), OBP (.722) and stolen bases (71). Kraus will play softball at Smith College in the fall.
The senior catcher closed out her career by batting .493 with three home runs, 29 RBI and no strikeouts this season as Bridgewater-Raynham finished 18-3 and won the Old Colony League title. Defensively, she had a fielding percentage of .995, making one error this season. A National Honor Society student, she will study engineering and play softball at Merrimack College in the fall.
The Most Valuable Player of the Middlesex League Liberty Division, the senior centerfielder batted .681 with 12 home runs and 43 RBI in leading Woburn to a berth in the Division 1 North tournament. She ended her career with a .525 average, 22 home runs and 131 RBI. An All-State indoor track champ in the shot put, the National Honor Society student will compete in that sport at UMass-Lowell in the fall.
A Merrimack Valley Conference All-Star, the junior catcher helped Methuen to the Division 1 North championship after hitting .375 with 29 RBI and an OPS of 1.048. For her career, she’s hitting .382 with 75 RBI, 46 runs scored and an OPS of 1.025. She’s committed just two errors in 67 games behind the plate. An MVC All-Star in hockey, LeFebre will return as a key component for the Rangers softball program in 2016.
The King Philip ace went 14-1 with 159 strikeouts ?and a 0.28 ERA in 991⁄3 innings during her junior season while leading the Warriors to a Hockomock League title and a berth in the Division 1 South semifinal round. She spun a no-hitter and perfect game along the way. Magane also contributed offensively, hitting .410 with a .606 slugging percentage. She is a high honors student and National Honor Society member.
A two-time Herald All-Scholastic and four-time South Coast Conference All-Star, the senior first baseman/third baseman hit .523 with three home runs and 28 RBI, leading Apponequet to the tournament. In four years, Miller batted .556 with 153 hits, 97 RBI and six homers. Apponequet won 57 games during her career and she drove in the game-winning run 31 times. She will play softball at UMass-Dartmouth.
A Tri-Valley League All-Star as a freshman, Nelson pitched Norton to the Division 2 South sectional championship, finishing the season at 22-3 with a 0.90 ERA and 278 strikeouts in 172 innings. Her team’s MVP, she also threw a perfect game and a no-hitter and fanned 10-or-more 17 times. She batted .360 with 31 hits. A high honors student, she also plays volleyball and is vice president of her class.
ST. MARY’S (LYNN)
The Catholic Central League Most Valuable Player, the sophomore pitcher had 187 strikeouts and an ERA of 0.63 in 103 innings pitched. Nowicki led St. Mary’s to an 18-5 record, a league title and a berth in the Division 3 North semifinals. She also contributed at the plate with two home runs and 12 RBI. In the last two years on the mound, she has 306 strikeouts. Nowicki is also an honor roll student.
A two-time Herald All-Scholastic, the Northeastern Conference Most Valuable Player went 16-6 with 156 strikeouts and an ERA of 1.56. A three-time league all-star, she led Revere to back-to-back NEC titles and finished her career with 698 strikeouts, a 2.06 ERA and four postseason shutouts. She will attend Arizona State University in the fall.
The senior first baseman led Milford to a 19-4 record and a Hockomock League Davenport title. She finished with a .463 batting average, six home runs and 30 RBI. Piergustavo was a key member of Milford’s Division 1 state title teams in 2012 and 2013 and closes her career with a .391 average and 72 RBI. A team MVP in swimming, the National Honor Society student will play softball at St. Bonaventure University.
The Hockomock League Most Valuable Player, Reading was a force in the leadoff spot for the Tigers. She batted .462 while leading the team in hits and keying Taunton to a 20-2 mark en route to a spot in the Division 1 South final. The team captain was a two-time league all-star. An honor roll student, she will study forensic science and political science while playing softball at Cedar Crest College in Allentown, Pa., in the fall.
The Rockets ace and team captain went 21-2 with 115 strikeouts and a 1.46 ERA. She also hit .404 with four triples and 11 RBI to lead Reading to the league title, the Division 2 North championship and a berth in the state finals. The Middlesex League All-Star also ran cross country. An honor roll student, Reeves will study special education while playing softball at Simmons College in the fall.
The Tri-Valley League’s Most Valuable Player, Sullivan led Hopkinton to a 20-2 record, a league title and a berth in the Division 1 South quarterfinal round. The senior outfielder batted .516 with six home runs, 36 RBI and 30 runs scored. A team captain and league all-star in field hockey, the National Honor Society student will study nursing at Quinnipiac University in the fall.
The junior pitcher/third baseman earned Bay State Conference Carey Most Valuable Player honors after going 13-1 with 117 strikeouts and a 0.93 ERA in the circle. She also hit .394 with four home runs and 29 RBI. Vachon led the Tigers to a conference title and a berth in the Division 1 North quarterfinal. In her career, she’s hitting .386 with a record of 32-7. Vachon verbally has committed to Southern New Hampshire University.
The sophomore went 9-5 with 109 strikeouts in the circle, while batting .475 with 32 RBI at the plate to lead Millis to the Division 3 South title and a berth in the state championship game. She was dominant in the postseason, hitting .478 with 10 RBI and pitching every inning, recording 44 strikeouts and throwing three two-hit, complete games. A member of the Bay State Blaze, she is also an honor roll student.
SOFTBALL LEAGUE ALL-STARS
ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE
Kathleen Desmond, Kelly Ferreira (Falmouth); Kaylen McClarey, Autumn Brown, Meghan Doyle, Katherine Meuse, Ellie Fleming (Marshfield); Courtney Ladner, Kelley Fitzgerald (Sandwich); Natalie Keagul (Nauset); Patty Newhard, Maggie Johnson, Sammi Feinstein, Taylor Conley, Kiley Chapasko (Dennis-Yarmouth)
BAY STATE CONFERENCE
Kasey Nolan (Braintree); Samantha Girard, Jenn Wadman (Dedham); Taylor Hogan, Alex Leombruno (Framingham); Caroline Johnson (Milton); Kayla Finacchiaro (Natick); Julia Ritcey, Lucy Colarusso, Emily Rizzo (Needham); Gabby Vachon, Liv Sloane, Caitlin O’Hanley, Caroline Bass (Newton North); Katie O’Donnell, Erin Garczynski, Taylor Reed (Norwood); Lindsey Bruen (Walpole); Emily Dudek (Wellesley); Emily Cronin, Cassidee Fall (Weymouth). MVPs: Gabby Vachon, Erin Garczynski
Sarah Hope, Alexandra Soqui, Ashtyn Phaneuf, Hannah Greany, Sarah Reed (New Bedford); Jackie Dumont, Katelyn Banalewicz (Durfee); Caroline Golding, Courtney Francis, Nicole Shaw, Elizabeth Buckley, Samantha Landry (Brockton)
BOSTON CITY LEAGUE
Vicky Brown, Julianne Coleman, Olivia McGrath (Latin Academy); Cassidy Aiello, Yessica Correa, Rosbelly Martinez (Brighton); Johenny Del Jesus, Olecia Dos Reis, Ivanilde Semedo (Boston International); Arminda Carvalho, Erica Vieira, Stacy Weens (Burke); Alisha Cooper, Jasmine Sudhu (Dorchester); Anna D’Argento, Danielle Elliott, Francesca Marifiote (East Boston); Karina Abreu, Christal Cruz, Stephanie Torres Barrea (Boston English); Shamaine Darden, Laura Escolero, Loren Escolero (Fenway); Julissa Hernandez, Rebecca Sarvia, Paige Sullivan (Madison Park); Katy Kostigen, Brianna Milligan, Ana Pimental (New Mission); Shaelyn Devlin, Maeve Fittz, Amanda Leyton-Nolan (O’Bryant); Jailine Fontes, Lily Joyce, Amiracle Ogarro (South Boston); Madelis Mejia, Samantha Rincon (Snowden); Lastarrahs Bradham, Rocely Gomez, Monique McPherson (West Roxbury)
CAPE AND ISLANDS
Fallon Cutler (Cape Cod Tech); Hadley Tate, Jackie Smith, Samantha Carlowicz (St. John Paul); Rachel Gardner, Mimi Crowley, Mary Kane (Sturgis West); Kezia Duarte, Samantha Stewart (Nantucket); Deja Andrews (Sturgis East). MVP: Hadley Tate
CAPE ANN LEAGUE
Autumn Kligerman, Hayley Catania, Maddie Napoli (Amesbury); Kylie Hayward (Georgetown); Carly Coughlin (Ipswich); Annika Han (Lynnfield); Bailey Graves (Manchester-Essex), Shelby O’Brien (Newburyport); Kendra Butner, Carly Swartz (North Reading); Kassidy Kenneflick (Pentucket); Jess Collins, Kayla Parisi (Rockport); Julia Hartman (Triton). MVPs: Kendra Butner, Autumn Kligerman
CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE
Large: Molly Doyle, Casandra LaFauci, Vanessa VanBuskirk, Michelle Hamill, Mia Nowicki (St. Mary’s); Emily Arrendondo, Samantha Kenmny, Shannon Svenson, Melissa Rodgers, Erin Lane (Arlington Catholic); Kyleigh O’Donnell, Katryna Veasey, Katie Meehan, Erin Murphy (Archbishop Williams); Caty Flagg, Kendra Currier, Logan MacDonald (Austin Prep); Lily Demers, Lizzy Maher, Lydia DePina (Cardinal Spellman); Mikayla Porcaro, Katie O’Brien, Gaby Hart (Bishop Fenwick); Natalia McAllister, Shayna Fondini (Matignon). MVP: Mia Nowicki
Small: Maddie Medina, Emily Carbonneau, Laura Stucchi, Paige Fournier, Hailey Lowell, Andrea Cervizzi (Lowell Catholic); Courtney Daly, Carolyn Sistrand, Tatiana Torres (Marian); Sarah Smith, Nina Forcellati, Natalie Fitzpatrick, Sam Chaisson (St. Joseph’s); Janne Merritt, Jannelle Kampman, Candace Alexander (Cathedral); Christine Puccio, Jessica Popken, Kaitlin Anderson (St. Clement). MVP: Andrea Cervizzi
Noelle Sass, Katherine Nolan, Jessica Olivieri (Fontbonne); Maeve Moynihan, Grace Roberto (Ursuline); Kaleigh MacDonald, Hillary Dole, Alexandra Doll, Hannah Coulter (Notre Dame)
COMMONWEALTH ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
Large: Dominique Ortiz, Kayla Riley, Ashley Wilson, Lena Faranna (Whittier); Rachel Silva, Tea Sullivan (Greater Lowell); Jaime Ray, Lauren Barletta, Mariah Wentzell (Shawsheen); Kasey Harris, Kaylyn Countie, Sabrina Napoli (Essex Tech); Mary Grace Handy, Kendall Liggett, Carley Scarano (Notre Dame). MVP: Kayla Riley
Middle: Kasandra Ayala, Samantha Smerdon, Alyssa Melendez, Emily Viens (Greater Lawrence); Mae Spencer, Kaleena Gulledge (Minuteman); Sam McGlynn, Colleen McGlynn (Mystic Valley); Amanda Carlisle, Alana Ellis, Bianca DiPietrantonio (Northeast). MVP: Kasandra Ayala
Small: Alizea Gacharna, Izza Bourouis (Chelsea); Gabby Salerno, Samantha Boksanski (PMA); Sam Oliva (Lynn Tech). MVP: Gabby Salerno
DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE
Large: Megan Scannell, Morgan Ross, Kayla Murphy, Caroline Baggeroer (Westford); Jill Swnney, Scout Boynton, Emma Della Volpe (Concord-Carlisle); Brenna McCarthy, Kate Cssey, Sydney McMorrow, Elizabeth Ward (Boston Latin); Kim-An Quinn, Monica Cipriano, Amanda Smith (Newton South); Eliza Poutenis, Jilly Carr, Maya Haigis (Acton-Boxboro). MVPs: Kim-An Quinn, Emma Della Volpe
Small: Titiana Santos, Jayla Blackmon, Rebecca Sadock, Michayra Zapata (Cambridge); Becca Gorman, Emily Graff (Lincoln-Sudbury); Nicole Kennedy, Hayley Bayen, Elizabeth Carter (Bedford); Shauna Galvin (Waltham); Maddie Pillione, Naomi Silverstein (Weston); Samantha Abbott, Teresa Whitelell (Wayland). MVPs: Yuleska Ramirez, Christina Costa, Paige Hovsepian
EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
Julia DaCosta, Kayla Leary, Isabelle Hanewich, Sarah Jarbeau (Bishop Feehan); Cassie Graca, Sarah Poor, Savannah Neilan (Somerset Berkley); Courtney Gouveia, Kristan Caporelli (Coyle-Cassidy); Emily Turney (Martha’s Vineyard)
GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE
Sydnee Bessler, Talia Mirra, Nicole Sylvester (Everett); Alexis Brown, Jaime MacDonald, Jillian Powers, Robyn Santo (Malden); Ashley Eisnor, Bailey Flynn, Julia Kearney, Brianna Napoleone, Hannah O’Leary (Medford); Alyvia Baker, Emily O’Regan (Somerville). MVP: Ashley Eisnor
Lindsey Cunniff (Foxboro); Sabrina LoMonaco, Briana Flaherty (Franklin); Renee Poirier, Kali Magane, Brianna Sebio, Christa Wagner (King Philip); Madison Letendre (Mansfield); Taylor LeBrun, Allie Piergustavo, Emily Piergustavo (Milford); Emily Knoble (North Attleboro); Jamie Gottwald (Oliver Ames); Rachel Usen (Sharon); Payton Pizzano (Stoughton); Kelly Reading, Jordan Wade, Aimee Kistner, Meghan Navarro (Taunton). MVP: Kelly Reading
Maggie Duncan (Avon); Caitlyn Francoeur, Anna Comperchio, Allison May, Casey Willis (West Bridgewater); Lauren Melchionda (Sacred Heart); Courtney Foley, Caroline Curtis (Holbrook); Khoryn Cote, Kylie Marcoux, Brittany Arruda (Westport); Kaitlyn Nelson (Bishop Connolly); Hailey Levesque, Katrina Rachel, Marissa Matias, Stephanie Perron (Diman); Nina Hutchinson (Southeastern); Sami Mulcahey, Alyze Zucco, Talia Roos (Bristol-Plymouth); Kyla Johnson, Brianna Barfield (Tri-County); Madison Harris (Blue Hills); Molly Horn, Sarah Vaughn (Upper Cape); Allison Glennon, Shannon Allen, Allicyn Cote, Mya Neary (Norfolk Aggie); Cydney Girard, Emily Littles (Old Colony); Jodi Savery, Sarah Ellis, Malarie Pittsley (Bristol Aggie). Players of the Year: Lauren Melchionda, Hailey Levesque (Diman), Allie Glennon
MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE
Jacky Arndt, Meg Dugas, Shannon Garrity, Carly Rennie (Chelmsford); Kayleigh Forgetta, Kathleen LeFebre, Amanda Conway (Methuen); Michaela Kane (Haverhill); Courtney Latta, Haley Drakoulakos (Lowell); Tori Roche (Andover); Ashley Jones (Billerica); Olivia Antczak, Karoline Leavitt (Central Catholic); Sam Durand (Dracut); Adrianna Favreau (Tewksbury). Players of the Year: Jacky Arndt, Kayleigh Forgetta (Div. 1); Michaela Kane, Courtney Latta (Div. 2)
Liberty: Roxanne Vento, Melanie DeAlmeida, Dianna Jamgochian, Michaela Farmer (Arlington); Ashley Tango, Fallon Tierney, Ali O’Leary, Michaela Reeves, Julia McGurn (Reading); Caitlyn Burke, Megan Lepore, Maggie Oram (Lexington); Dahlia Decologero, Jennifer Lee (Woburn); Julia Rifkin, Meghan Ferraro (Belmont). MVP: Jennifer Lee
Freedom: Shannon Horrigan, Jen Dovidio (Wilmington); Alexis Trusdale, Megan Burnett, Amanda Boulter, Emma Kraus (Wakefield); Dominique DelVecchio, Madison Kelly (Stoneham); Cassidy Smith, Gillian Daly, Jill Ghio (Burlington); Stephanie Crovo, Alyssa Gorman, Kaitlin Carson (Melrose). MVP: Emma Kraus
Sabrina Palermo, Kristina Stella (Revere); Caitlin McBride (Danvers); Sam Rizzo, Christina King (Swampscott); Desiree Martin (Salem); Montana Joyce, Madi Ernst (Marblehead); Ally Pia (Beverly); Emma Dejoie, Ivy Martin (Lynn Classical); Shelbi Wilson (Peabody); Shanna Zeremby (Lynn English). MVP: Sabrina Palermo
OLD COLONY LEAGUE
Jamie Corey, Ashlie Curtiss (Barnstable); Sydney Silva, Elissa Tetrault, Madison Piva, Elizabeth Mayo (Dartmouth); Kelsey Leuenberger, Sarah Dawson, Emily Kurkul, Sophie Perez, Jenney Heller, Stacey Korotsky (Bridgewater-Raynham)
Keenan: Maddy Barone, Shannon Grindle, Caroline Videtto, Hannah Johnson, Emily Critch (Silver Lake); Saxon Bresnhan, Angelina Avitabile, Nicole Jorgensen, Angela McDonald (Quincy); Caitlin Hughes, Ally Webster, Keighla McAloney (Whitman-Hanson); Lili Foote, Isabelle Foley (Duxbury); Ali Petrelli (Plymouth North); Taylor Commesso (Hingham). MVP: Maddy Barone
FISHER: Micaela Pohl, Vickie Woodward, Shannen Quigley, Hannah Johnson (Middleboro); Callie MacDonald, Stephanie Spitz, Lindsey North, Kayla McMahon, Caroline O’Rourke (Hanover); Alex Zoebisch, Jessica Whyte, Shannon Colbert (Plymouth South); Taryn Cahill, Jess Smith (Pembroke); Sammie Meyerson (Scituate); Sarah Franklin (North Quincy). MVP: Micaela Pohl
SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE
Leslie Denis, Haley Sousa, Madison Carpenter (Case); Julie Araujo, Lauren Cappiello (Dighton-Rehoboth); Jill Miller, Sarah Eugenio (Apponequet); Kacie Carvalho, Hannah Alves (Fairhaven); Kaleigh Goulart, Olivia Labbe (Old Rochester); Rileigh Avila, Kristen Sylvia (GNB Voke); Renee Moore (Bourne); Shaeilyn DaSilveria (Seekonk)
SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE
Large: Kate Donovan, Victoria Chiocchio, Amanda Doherty, Tori Young (Abington); Brianna Starkey, Allison Sammon (Rockland); Jenna Talabach, Sophie Halverson, Mikayla Kingman (East Bridgewater); Alexia Soberanis (Randolph); Colleen Benedict (Norwell). MVP: Jenna Talabach
Small: Cece Piermattei, Alexa Horton (Mashpee); Taylor Schaub, Karley Marchese (Monomoy); Kathleen Dunn, Theresa DelGuidice (Hull/Cohasset); Sarah Hannant, Samantha Rudnik, Avery Carrara (Carver). MVP: Sarah Hannant
Zoe Haley, Chloe Woodward (Bellingham); Juliet Hulme, Lizzy Kelley, Kayla Sullivan (Hopkinton); Casey Sheehan (Medway); Carly Wenzel, Abby Pyenson (Millis); Kelly nelson, Carli Arcaro (Norton); Jamie Burke (Westwood). MVP: Kayla Sullivan