A: Jayme Weber, Jr., Methacton
A: Catherine Merritt, Sr., Upper Merion
A: Gracyn Smith, Jr., Owen J. Roberts
A: Alana Lathan, Sr., Phoenixville
M: Gabbi Koury, So., Owen J. Roberts
M: Alexa Vogelman, So., Owen J. Roberts
M: Sydney Wasdick, Jr., Pottsgrove
M: Anna Dawson, Sr., Perkiomen Valley
M: Alyssa Mozi, Jr., Spring-Ford
M: Sydney Tornetta, Sr., Pottsgrove
D: Colby Wasson, So., Owen J. Roberts
D: Morgan Pizzi, Jr., Spring-Ford
D: Mikayla Sheedy, Jr., Methacton
G: Mackenzie Clark, Jr., Methacton
A: Emma Lewis, Jr., Hill School
A: Allie Schell, Jr., Boyertown
A: Kaleigh Funk, Sr., Perkiomen Valley
A: Gianna Thaxton, Jr. Phoenixville
M: Delaney Smith, Sr., Methacton
M: Mac Maloney, Sr., Spring-Ford
M: Ali Pioli, Jr., Boyertown
M: Mary Kate Sitko, So., Upper Perkiomen
M: Julianna Callison, So., Upper Merion
D: Marie Lindberger, Sr., Perkiomen Valley
D: Nailah Green, Sr., Phoenixville
D: Riley Simon, Sr., Pottsgrove
D: Sarah Adams, Sr., Upper Merion
G: Lauren Foley, Perkiomen Valley
G: Anya Waller, Upper Merion
Boyertown: Emma Beidler, Mikayla Moyer
Daniel Boone: Ashley Finkbiner, Keri Graff, Amanda Spotts, Mia Bishop
Hill School: Sam Cifra, Annika Nordhoy, Kimaura Schindler
Methacton: Megan Sanelli, Alexa Kratz
Norristown: Brooklynn Pendleton, Sarahi Ceron-Andrade
Owen J. Roberts: Ava Clemson, Rachel Sbei, Carli Sharpe, Maggie Kilgallon, Cailin Harrington, Avery Wentzel
Perkiomen Valley: Kiki Rotay, Tori Bruno
Phoenixville: Jamie Michaud, Andrea Hook, Maddy Schramm
Pope John Paul II: Rory Nilsen, Amelia Kennedy, Kallan Bustynowicz, Kasie Costalas
Pottsgrove: Katie Bean, Alaura O’Neil
Pottstown: Taetum Robbins, Destri Roye
Spring-Ford: Brenna Whiteside, Abbey Boyer, Emma Sowers
Upper Merion: Olivia Smith, Ashley Evitts
Upper Perkiomen: Bella Carpenter, Luci Carpenter, Elizabeth Greczak
Coach of the Year
David Schlesinger, Owen J. Roberts
Even with the departure of three Division I talents and very little returning varsity experience on the roster, Schlesinger guided the Wildcats to an undefeated 16-0 Pioneer Athletic Conference record for a sixth straight league title. Schlesinger’s squad finished its season with a 21-2 mark, reaching the District 1-3A quarterfinals and PIAA Class 3A quarterfinals
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