Camryn Jones, Spring-Ford
Junior … Attack … All-Area and All-PAC-10 First Team selection … All-Area Second Team last year … Finished tied for second in PAC-10 in points (106) with team-leading 78 goals and 28 assists … Registered at least three goals in all but one of Rams’ games … Notched double-digits in points twice, including a four-goal, six assist performance against Phoenixville followed by a seven-goal five assist outpour versus Upper Perkiomen … Had a hand in over 40% of Spring-Ford’s scores.
Sara Hughes, Methacton
Senior … Attack … All-Area and All-PAC-10 First Team selection for second consecutive season … Led team with 64 goals and posted nine assists … Averaged just over three goals per-game … Scored a season-high six goals in a 13-10 loss to Upper Perkiomen … Committed to play at Saint Joseph’s University.
Christie Balestra, Perkiomen Valley
Senior … Attack … All-Area and All-PAC-10 First Team selection for third-straight year … Finished season with team-high 54 goals and added 18 assists … Registered at least three goals in 10 of PV’s 18 games … Had a season-high seven goals and two assists in PV’s 7-2 win over Phoenixville … Committed to play at Lehigh University.
Monica Rapchinski, Pope John Paul II
Sophomore … Attack … All-Area and All-PAC-10 First Team Selection … All-Area Second Team last season … Led PAC-10 in goals (102) … Key piece in PJP’s run back to the PAC-10 Final Four (lost opener to Owen J. Roberts) … Spearheaded a PJP attack that averaged a league-best 13.9 goals-per-game … Opened season scoring double-digit goals in PJP’s first three games … Notched a season-high 12 goals in a 17-16 win over Upper Merion.
Maddie Gebert, Owen J. Roberts
Senior … Attack … Mercury All-Area Player of the Year and PAC-10 First Team Selection for second consecutive season … Second in PAC-10 in goals scored (89) in helping lead OJR to a second consecutive PAC-10 title … Lit up the scoreboard at least once in all 27 of OJR’s games … Tied a season-high six goals on five separate occasions … Scored 24 goals during Wildcat’s postseason run to states … Committed to play at Temple University.
Kerry Huzzard, Owen J. Roberts
Senior … Attack … All-Area and All-PAC-10 First Team selection all four years … Second on team in scoring and tied for fifth in PAC-10 with 70 goals … Registered 15 assists … Registered at least one goal in each of OJR’s regular season games … Scored six goals and two assists during OJR’s PAC-10 playoff run … Notched a season-high six goals and an assist in a 16-3 win over Boyertown … Committed to play at George Mason.
Steph Falcone, Perkiomen School
Senior … Attack … All-Area First Team last season … Scored a season-high 11 goals and added two assists in Perk’ s 17-15 win over Collegium Charter … Surpassed 100 goals for the season in a 23-7 win over Kimberton Waldorf … Recently named Perkiomen School’s Female Athlete of the Year where she totaled 12 varsity letters, three in each of her four years (lacrosse, basketball and field hockey) … Committed to play at Wagner College.
Morgan Rynn, Upper Perkiomen
Senior … Midfield … All-Area and All-PAC-10 First Team selection … All-Area Honorable Mention last season … Registered 63 goals and a team-high 25 assists to help Up back to PAC-10 Final Four … Registered at least two points in every game … Scored a season high seven goals in a 14-6 win over Emmaus … Committed to play at George Mason University.
Jackie Cerchio, Methacton
Junior … Midfield … Second in PAC-10 in assists (52) along with 47 goals … Registered at least one assist in all but one of Methacton’s games … Led team with 99 points highlighted by an eight-goal, three-assist showing in Warriors’ 15-10 win over Perkiomen Valley. Registered a season-high six assists in 18-15 win over Plymouth-Whitemarsh.
Alyssa Conway, Spring-Ford
Junior … Defense … All-Area and All-PAC-10 First Team selection … Controlled defensive front as Rams held opponents to just 9.2 goals-against per game … SF defense held 10 opposing teams under 10 goals including an 8-3 showing against Wilson.
Jacy Sterritt, Phoenixville
Senior … Defense … All-Area and All-PAC-10 First Team selection for second consecutive season … Led team in caused turnovers … Spearheaded a defense that allowed 11.5 goals-against per game … Committed to play at University of Tampa.
Regan McComb, Upper Perkiomen
Senior … Goalkeeper … All-Area and All-PAC-10 First Team Selection … All-Area Honorable Mention last season … Held opposing teams under five goals in three games including a 17-0 shutout of Pottstown … Held opposition to a PAC-10 second-best 8.2 goals-against per game … Committed to play at Coastal Carolina.
Anna Dempsey, Owen J. Roberts
Ebony Reddick, Pottstown
Sydney Fox, Boyertown
Tiffany Diachynsky, Boyertown
Jenna Wismer, Upper Perkiomen
Abby McMenamin, Pope John Paul II
Courtney Gerber, Owen J. Roberts
Daria Lucchesi, Methacton
Hope Flack, Upper Perkiomen
Danika Swech, Owen J. Roberts
Kylie Cahill, Owen J. Roberts
Devon Fleischmann, Perkiomen Valley
Boyertown: Hailey Heimbach, Hannah Wentzel
Daniel Boone: Ashley Bonetz
Hill School: Annie Carroll, Bree Gorman, Makena Hanson
Methacton: Katie Markle, Deb Peifer
Owen J. Roberts: Sara Maute, Claire Hampton, Sydney Drumheller
Perkiomen School: Hannah Chiesa
Perkiomen Valley: Anna Koniencki, Paige Tyson, Abby Bergman, Kailey McLaughlin, Kat Kelley
Phoenixville: Kylie Crovetti, Katie McErlean
Pope John Paul II: Julia Latoff, Kylie Cherneskie
Pottsgrove: Cheyenne Owens, Courtney Petrucelli
Pottstown: Riley Owens, MarDaije Pearson
Spring-Ford: Lauren Mensch, Bri Cirino, Kamille Ward, Jill Quigley
Upper Perkiomen: Kenzie Gebhardt