06 Jul 19
Herald All-Scholastics softball
HANNA ALDRICH, TAUNTON
The sophomore shortstop and Hockomock League All-Star was phenomenal in 2019, finishing with a .459 batting average. Aldrich hit eight homers while driving in 33 runs on the season, helping to lead the Tigers to a 23-3 overall record, and an appearance in the Division 1 South semifinals. A member of the 2018 softball state champion, Aldrich is a dual-sport athlete, also participating in winter track.
MAEGAN AMSLER, HANOVER
Amsler saved her best for last, as she connected for 51 hits her senior season en route to driving in 51 runs. The team captain eclipsed 150 career hits and was named the Patriot League’s Most Valuable Player. A three-sport athlete, Amsler also excelled in field hockey, in which she was a three-time All-Star, while also playing basketball in the winter. She is committed to Emmanuel and will continue her softball career there.
SKYLA BERUBE, GREATER NEW BEDFORD
Berube was named a South Coast Conference All-Star for a third time this past season, propelling the Bears to a league title and a Vocational Championship. The senior first baseman finished with 26 hits, including a pair of home runs, driving in 21 runs as she finished with a batting average over .300. Greater New Bedford fans always will remember her as a key cog in leading the Bears to a Division 2 softball state title last season. A member of the National Honor Society, Berube will attend UMass-Dartmouth in the fall, where she will study civil and environmental engineering.
CHRISTINA CLARK, BURLINGTON
Clark was nearly unhittable during her senior season, racking up 171 strikeouts over 94 innings to finish with a 0.52 ERA. The two-time Middlesex League Most Valuable Player showed her talents at the plate as well, batting .450 while accumulating a team-high 26 RBI for the Red Devils. Clark closes her career at Burlington with an outstanding pitching record of 46-6 along with 581 strikeouts, and will attend UMass next year to study communication science and disorders.
JENNA CROWELL, PLYMOUTH NORTH
Few can say they harness the power that Crowell does, especially following a season in which she cranked out seven homers while knocking in 42 runs. The senior shortstop posted a .683 batting average, and finished with a very impressive slugging percentage of 1.328, good enough to be named the Patriot League Keenan Division MVP for a second consecutive season, and a league all-star for the fourth straight time. Crowell currently is undecided on where she will attend college.
BELLA ERTI, NORTH ATTLEBORO
The junior ace played a critical role in leading the Rocketeers to the Division 1 South quarterfinals in 2019, as she piled up 148 strikeouts and four shutouts to finish with an ERA of 1.66. Erti’s shining moment came against Canton on May 17, when she fired a perfect game (a 13-0 victory) to clinch the Hockomock Davenport title. To this point in her career, Erti has 400 total strikeouts, with one high school season still remaining. In her spare time, Erti plays softball for the Rhode Island Rebels.
JULIA FERRY, BRIDGEWATER-RAYNHAM
Ferry was a key factor in helping Bridgewater-Raynham capture its first Division 1 South title since 2014. An Old Colony League All-Star, the junior pitcher finished with an ERA of 0.76 and 234 strikeouts, as she coasted to a season record of 20-1. Offensively, she batted a very respectable .355, with an OPS of .853. Ferry is a member of the National Honor Society, and participates in club softball as well.
BRENNA FORBES, MEDFORD
The Northeastern Conference South MVP, the senior shortstop batted .738 with 40 runs scored, 24 stolen bases and 27 RBI in leading the Mustangs to a 19-3 record. A four-time league all-star, Forbes ended her career with a .595 batting average, 154 hits, 95 RBI and 77 stolen bases. A member of the National Honor Society, Forbes will play softball at Colby College in the fall.
AMELIA FREITAS, PLYMOUTH SOUTH
Whether she was called upon to pitch or to hit, Freitas always delivered for the Panthers. The sophomore sensation had a record of 18-3 with 206 strikeouts in 2019, allowing only 18 earned runs over the course of the season as the Panthers made a run to the Division 2 South semifinals. Freitas also batted .632, connecting on a pair of home runs to go with 50 RBI and a slugging percentage of .987. Freitas currently plays for the Mass Drifters 18U Showcase team, and also is an honor roll student at Plymouth South.
FRANCESCA FRELICK, AUSTIN PREP
This past season was another breakout year for Frelick, as she was named a Catholic Central League All-Star for a fourth time in leading her team to the Division 3 state title. The junior captain banged out 40 hits to drive in 34 runs on the way to a .560 batting average. Most know Frelick for her outstanding ability on the ice as well as she was named to the Herald’s Dream Team for girls hockey this past winter. She already is committed to play softball at Duke in 2021.
MEGHAN GORMAN, KING PHILIP
During her senior year, Gorman proved that she could contribute in endless ways offensively, batting .517 as she came away with 30 hits, crushing six homers while driving in 30 runs. Always a threat to run, the team captain ended the season with 11 stolen bases as well. Gorman leaves King Philip as the program’s all-time leader in hits (133), with 20 career home runs and 105 RBI. She will be taking her talents to Central Connecticut State, where she will continue playing softball next spring.
CHLOE HOHMANN, NORWELL
Following a season in which she struck out 164 hitters to finish with a 2.14 ERA, Hohmann was named South Shore League Sullivan MVP. The senior also batted .521 and managed to launch nine homers to go with 38 RBI. She also proved to be a force for Norwell’s girls hockey program, being named an SEMGHL All-Star for the second time this past winter. Hohmann caps her career with 544 total strikeouts and will attend Providence College in the fall.
KAITLYN HOLLY, HOPKINTON
The MVP of the Tri-Valley League, Holly had a .620 batting average during this recent season, knocking in 34 runs to go with 19 stolen bases. The senior center fielder was flawless defensively, finishing with a 1.000 fielding percentage, as the Hillers made a run to the Division 1 South quarterfinals, before faltering to eventual sectional champion Bridgewater-Raynham in extra innings. A three-time Tri-Valley League All-Star and a member of the National Honor Society, Holly closes her high school career with 112 hits. She is committed to Manhattan College, and will play softball while studying biology (pre-dental).
SARAH JANCO, CENTRAL CATHOLIC
After batting .452 with a .783 slugging percentage, Janco was named the Merrimack Valley Conference Division I Player of the Year. In only three years playing varsity, Janco collected 105 hits, finishing with a career batting average of .468. She leaves Central Catholic as the program’s single-season record holder for RBI (32). Janco also captained Central Catholic’s girls volleyball team and was named second team All-Conference. She proved to be a track star as well, earning the Unsung Hero Award while finishing third at the State Relays in the high jump this past season.
LAUREN KELEHER, ABINGTON
Committed to continuing her softball journey at Boston University, Keleher batted .682 with five homers and 18 RBI this season. She stole 21 bases and scored 47 runs as the Green Wave made a trip to the Division 3 South semifinals. A dual-sport athlete, Keleher was named a South Shore League All-Star in basketball. She was very active off the field as well, serving as class treasurer at Abington. She also was a member of the National Honor Society, an MIAA Student Ambassador, and a treasurer for the Student Athletic Advisor Council.
GIANA LaCEDRA, LOWELL
She may have been only a freshman, but LaCedra showed she could compete with just about anyone in 2019, pitching her way to a 1.00 ERA and a 20-2 record. During that stretch, the Lowell sensation surrendered only 21 earned runs and struck out 117, which earned her Gatorade Player of the Year honors. LaCedra was named First Team All-Conference for the MVC (Div. I), setting school records for most strikeouts in a game (19), wins in a season (20), shutouts in a season (11), most consecutive shutouts (5), and even threw a perfect game against Lawrence on May 16. In the classroom, LaCedra was named Student of the Quarter, and also made the honor roll with High Honors.
MEGAN MARCEL, ARCHBISHOP WILLIAMS
Opposing pitchers struggled mightily when it came to facing Marcel, who batted .702 during her junior season with an incredible 13 homers and 42 RBI. She was named Catholic Central Conference Offensive Player of the Year for her efforts. During her softball career with the Bishops, Marcel has earned team MVP honors (2017-18), and taken home the Coach’s Award (2016-17). She also is a member of the school’s girls basketball team, and a two-time state champion in that sport. Marcel serves as class vice president, and also is a member of the National Honor Society.
SYDNEY McKAY, GLOUCESTER
McKay was the primary factor in Gloucester making a tournament run to the Division 2 state final in 2019. She posted a record of 20-4, which made her the winningest pitcher in program history with 58 overall, and earned her Northeastern Conference MVP honors. A member of the National Honor Society with a 3.7 GPA, McKay will attend Merrimack College as a business major, where she hopes to walk on to the softball team.
LAUREN MEINHOLD, ACTON-BOXBORO
Named the Dual County League MVP for a second time in 2019, Meinhold had a career year, as she finished with a 0.92 ERA along with 140 strikeouts — good enough for a 19-1 record. At the dish, the junior was lethal as well, batting .600 with eight homers and 43 total hits, which allowed her to eclipse 100 for her career, while helping Acton-Boxboro make an appearance in the Division 1 North final. Academically, Meinhold boasts a very impressive 4.3 GPA, and is a National Honor Society member. She is committed to WPI to play softball and will study biomedical engineering.
LEXI MORRIS, ARLINGTON CATHOLIC
A Catholic Central League All-Star for the third time in 2019, Morris finished with a .536 batting average, smashing four home runs to go with 36 RBI. During a four-year stint as a member of the varsity team, she was selected as team captain for Arlington Catholic three times, finishing with 120 career hits. After making the honor roll all four years and being named to the National Honor Society, Morris is committed to playing softball at Babson next spring.
McKENZIE RAE, WALPOLE
After batting .508 with eight homers and 37 RBI this past spring, Rae was named the Bay State Herget MVP, helping Walpole to the Division 1 South quarterfinals. She finishes her high school career 102-for-207 at the plate, with 17 home runs, 89 RBI and 25 stolen bases. Rae was dominant in volleyball as well, as she made the Bay State Conference All-Star first team in both her junior and senior seasons. She was on the honor roll throughout high school, and a member of the National Honor Society. Rae plans on attending Loyola University of Maryland this fall.
ELYSE REBELO, FAIRHAVEN
During a great senior season, Rebelo was 39-for-72, batting .542 overall. She connected for four home runs and finished with 24 RBI, which helped propel Fairhaven to the Division 2 South final. Committed to playing softball at Caldwell University, Rebelo is a member of the National Honor Society, and finished high school with 4.63 GPA. She will major in chemistry.
BRIDGET SHEEHAN, TRITON
The Triton shortstop was superb offensively in 2019, as she finished with a batting average of .676 to go with 51 RBI. She hit five homers on the way to posting a slugging percentage of 1.155, with an OPS of 1.887. Sheehan was named a Cape Ann League All-Star in each of her four seasons, making the first team in the previous three. A John and Abigail Adams Award winner, Sheehan will attend Penn State next fall.
SUMMER SHEERIN, BRIDGEWATER-RAYNHAM
The junior shortstop batted .488 in 2019, cranking seven homers while driving in 42 runs to lead the Trojans in both categories. She struck only seven times all season, as the Trojans finished as Division 1 South champions. A two-time Old Colony League All-Star, Sheerin hopes to play at the collegiate level for a four-year school.
TALIA SMALLER, ST. MARY’S
The junior infielder had a solid season, batting .627 with eight homers and 42 RBI, and a slugging percentage of 1.187 en route to being named a Catholic Central League All-Star. Her performance helped to carry St. Mary’s to the Division 3 North final, where they fell to eventual state champion Austin Prep. Smaller hopes to attend a four-year college.
ASHLEY SOARES, OLD ROCHESTER
Following a season in which she hit nine homers and finished with 42 RBI, Soares was named the South Coast Conference MVP. She also was named an SCC All-Star for a fourth time after she finished 12-9 with a 3.29 ERA and 142 strikeouts, which helped Old Rochester make it to the state tournament for the second time in the last three seasons. Soares graduated with high honors, and was a recipient of both the John and Abigail Adams Scholarship, as well as the Midge Roby Scholarship. A member of the National Honor Society and a UMass-Lowell commit, Soares will play softball while majoring in nursing.
BROOKE SROCZINSKI, BISHOP FEEHAN
A senior pitcher, Sroczinski sported an ERA of 0.88, striking out 211 over 135 innings of work, good enough to be named an Eastern Athletic Conference All-Star. She batted .351 with three homers and 26 runs batted in on the season, as Bishop Feehan captured the Eastern Athletic Conference title. Sroczinski will be headed to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where she will continue playing softball while studying biomedical engineering.
STEPHANIE TARDUGNO, METHUEN
Only a sophomore, Tardugno finished with a batting average of .380 to go with 21 RBI and 28 runs scored, earning a Merrimack Valley Conference First Team selection for the second time. The two-time Herald All-Scholastic’s efforts helped Methuen toward capturing a Division 1 North title, and an appearance in the state final. Softball isn’t Tardugno’s lone talent, as she also starts for Methuen’s girls soccer and basketball teams, while excelling in the classroom (4.5 GPA).
JULIA TAYLOR, WOBURN
During her senior season Taylor batted .519 for Woburn, and was 21-for-21 in stolen base attempts, being named Middlesex League MVP in the process. Academically, she was a member of the Activities Committee, the National Honor Society, and graduated summa cum laude. Taylor will attend Merrimack College next year, and hopes to major in exercise science.
KELSEY WHITE, TAUNTON
The Taunton ace was named a Gatorade Player of the Year Finalist in 2019, with good reason. The sophomore sensation fired a perfect game May 26 (a 9-0 victory over Coyle & Cassidy), and finished with six complete game shutouts. This past season, White posted a 0.45 ERA with a record of 18-3, striking out 138 to help Taunton capture a Hockomock League Kelley-Rex title, while leading Tigers on a run to the Division 1 South semifinals. Offensively, the young star had a batting average of .371, launching four home runs to go with 23 RBI. White plays AAU softball for the Rhode Island Thunder Gold.
ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE
Molly Bruce, Grace Kwon, Abby Pope, Caiti Pope (Falmouth); Brianna Melchionda, Lizzie Viola, Abby Hagerty (Marshfield); Taylor Howell, Ashley Landry (Sandwich); Hailey Richardson, Abby Higgins (Nauset); Julia Kent, Abby Hicks, Kayla McGaffigan, Jessie Frisch (Dennis-Yarmouth)
BAY STATE CONFERENCE
Bersan Licht (Needham); Catherine Cormier, Marina Lyon (Natick); McKenzie Rae, Catie Powderly, Katie Lynch, Kiera McInerney (Walpole); Nicolina Tagliere, Lily Adams, Brooke Bonfiglioli (Braintree); Jillian Vaughn, Marilyn Carroll (Milton); Shea Miller Novello (Brookline); Mackenzie O’Neill, Katie Meister (Wellesley); Ciara Gillen, Emma MacLean, Mia Bueno, Ella Maher, Tara Eldredge (Newton North);
MVP: Ella Maher, McKenzie Rae
Faith Ferreira, Gabrielle Streeto, Abby Strollo (Durfee); Lillian Gray, Jessica Arruda, Kyara Almeida-Sylvia, Sydnee Ramos, Hallie Boutin, Jesse Lynn David (New Bedford); Ashley Burke, Caroline Green, Amaryllis Osorio (Brockton)
BOSTON CITY LEAGUE
Serina D’Amico, Michaela Russell, Jessica Rynne (Latin Academy); Brieanne Flaherty, Joedry Rios (Brighton); Farianni Abreu, Geovanna Andrade, Lucy Teixeira (Boston International); Bryana Albelo, Zedeizka Berlingeri, Angelina Larrama (Charlestown); Theresa Forbes, Madison Theriault (East Boston); Leonela Nunez, Linette Oliveras, Carla Savinon (English); Melanie Baez, Kiara Hoge Freeman, Grace Shipley (Fenway); Daiana Osorio, Angeline Santiago, Samantha Whitlock (Madison Park); Angelina Galarza, Eliza Mojica (New Mission); Juliana Berardi, Stephanie Kalambokis, Mirelys Vega (O’Bryant); Kiara DePina, Marieliz Pineda, Zariah Whitley (Snowden); Naylana Maloof Campbell, Kora Bazile, Keyhra Figueroa (South Boston); Candance Ells, Jovanna Grullon, Alona Lynch (Tech Boston); Odalys Abreu, Matata Foure, Rebekah Julmiste (West Roxbury)
CAPE AND ISLANDS
Mollie Charest, Sam Barr (Monomoy); Madlyn Lamb, Anna Steadman, Anjali Dhar, Jenn Lamb (Nantucket); Abbey Grey, Emma Riley, Katie Ferrante (Rising Tide); Lylah Niederberer, Coral Tobey, Seneca Harmon (Sturgis West); Emily Mello, Summer Cardoza (Martha’s Vineyard); Kylie Decas, Aubrey LeBlanc (Sturgis East); Ashleigh Reen (St. John Paul); Bianca Robinson (Cape Cod Tech)
MVP: Mollie Charest
CAPE ANN LEAGUE
BAKER: Olivia DeLong, Emma DiPietro, Alana DeLisle (Amesbury); Claire Gendron, Sydney Levasseur (Manchester-Essex); Katherine Noftball (Ipswich); Lauren Ryan (Rockport); Sammy Cooke (Hamilton-Wenham); Maeve McNeil (Georgetown)
MVP: Emma DiPietro
KINNEY: Bridget Sheehan, Emily Karvielis, Colleen McCarthy (Triton); Cassandra Pascucci, Emma Valade, Shea Hanson (North Reading); Breanna Serabian (Lynnfield); Eliza Reimold (Masconomet); Annie Siemasko (Newburyport)
MVP: Bridget Sheehan
CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE
Francesca Frelick, Lauren Sablone, Serena Gilbride, Alexandra Santostefano, Isabella Saracco (Austin Prep); Lily Newhall, Samantha Porazinski, Talia Smaller, Christina Nowicki, Jordan Sullivan (St. Mary’s); Lexi Morris, Molly Simmons, Biance Burke, Caroline Macri (Arlington Catholic); Julia Hutchinson, Megan Lynch, Maddie Klein (Matignon); Chloe Kelly, Brenna Sullivan, Olivia Dandrow (Cardinal Spellman); Tessa Palermo, Nicole Modica, Emma Burke (Bishop Fenwick); Megan Marcel, Bridgette O’Reilly (Archbishop Williams)
MVP: Francesca Frelick
Abigail Daly, Erin Kern (Ursuline); Leah Barnes, Rebecca Gozzo, Jennifer Hegarty (Fontbonne); Ava Bevilacqua, Olivia Gauthier, Christine Landry, Lily Prendergast (Notre Dame)
COMMONWEALTH ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
LARGE: Ali Vienneau, Sheree Fallon, Ally Countie, Hester Murphy (Essex Tech); Jessica MacFagden, Makayla Mills (Greater Lowell); Becca Smith, Bella Richard (Shawsheen); K.J. Campbell, Nicole Verrette, Alicia Habib, Alyssa Michel, Danielle Lear (Whittier)
MVP: Nicole Verrette
MIDDLE: Kayleigh Bramer, Maggie O’Brien, Alexis Gallotto, Taela Scott, Brandi Neil (Northeast); Ari Cruz, Lexi Malenfant (Greater Lawrence); Anastasia Bessler, Alexis Lariviere, Carissa Loesch, Sofie Wyzanski (Mystic Valley); Natalie Kelliher, Christina Tsillis (Notre Dame)
MVP: Kayleigh Brammer
SMALL: Lyanna Lagares, Mayah Ventura, Janei Morales (Chelsea); Elaina Latino, Marissa Leveroni, Eva Fabino, Athena Sharpe, Katy Quinn (PMA); Theresa Mastropietro, Adrianna Torres (Lynn Tech); Eleanor Silvadurso, Dewy Evans (Minuteman); Vittoria Forte, Emily Horgan (Nashoba Tech)
MVP: Elaina Latino, Janel Morales
DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE
LARGE: Lauren Meinhold, Sarah Keagy, Julie Macmillan, Claire Langin, Olivia Comolli (Acton-Boxboro); Maeve Proulx, Meghan Mulhern, Kaitlyn Chiasson (Westford); Jill Chelton, Caitlyn Lewis, Hailey Beyer (Concord-Carlisle); Stephanie Little, Chandra Penton (Newton South); Hannah Doran, Abigail Joensuu, Zoe Smythe (Cambridge); Kate McGrath, Guilana Kehayias, Colleen Goonan (Boston Latin)
MVP: Lauren Meinhold
SMALL: Abigail Gavron, Mira Ireland (Wayland); Kate Cardarelli, Hannah Flaherty (Waltham); Katie Patterson, Bella Fernald, Nicole Hebert, Kara Shelmire (Bedford); Margot Costa, Emma Mahoney, Kerstin Kelly Jennifer Grous, Amanda Quirk (Lincoln-Sudbury); Lena Bartolotti, Grace Bartolotti (Weston)
MVP: Amanda Quirk
Mckenzie Bergdoll, Makenzie Killough, Lora Woyton (Attleboro); Liz Bickett (Canton); Morgan Sylvestre (Foxboro); Jackie Cherry, Ally Shea, Anna Balkus (Franklin), Meghan Gorman, Faith Turinese (King Philip); Mady Bendanillo (Mansfield); Lucy Creedon (Milford); Ashley Cangiano, Abby Gallagher,
Bella Erti, Katie Darby (North Attleboro); Karly Estremera, Alexia Baptista, Nicole Baker (Stoughton); Hanna Aldrich, Jaime Brown, Alexa White, Kelsey White (Taunton)
MVP: Kelsey White
MAYFLOWER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
LARGE: Taylor Smith (Blue Hills); Ari Ferrier, Jaylene Deslauriers, Cierra Lacouture (Bristol-Plymouth); Stephanie Perron, Mya Parker, Lauryn Macedo, Kaylee Kochanek (Diman); Jordan Burke (Southeastern); Ava Noble, Morgan Collupy (Tri-County)
MVP: Jordan Burke
SMALL: Kaylee Finch, Emma Duarte, Ryley Morse, Juliana Price (Bristol Aggie); Jayda Chamber Iain, Abbey Nee, Jordan Lovitz (Norfolk Aggie); Hannah L’Heureux, Te’Lynn Layton (Old Colony); Brianna Ruffin (South Shore); Zoe Janicki, Heather Cormier (Upper Cape)
MVP: Hannah L’Heureux
COMPREHENSIVE: Mikayla VonEhrenekrook (Avon); Madison Amaral (Bishop Connolly); Caroline Curtis, Caroline Duggan, Lily Welch, Emma Curtis (Holbrook); Emily Finn, Emma Barnes (Sacred Heart); Colleen O’Toole, Kelsey Connors, Morgan Doherty, Meghan Willis (West Bridgewater); Jordan Theriault (Westport)
MVP: Caroline Curtis
MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE
Sarah Janco (Central Catholic); Giana LaCedra, Nikky Yrrizarry (Lowell); Alexa Pacy, Anna Zdunczyk (Andover); Sabrina Morse, Ryley White (Dracut); Kerrin McLaughlin (Haverhill); Stephanie Tardugno, Jillian McCoy, Nyah Mazzone (Methuen); Sam Ahlholm, Haley Gove (North Andover); Isabella Deroche (Tewksbury)
MVP: Sarah Janco, Giana LaCedra
LIBERTY: Emily Eagleston, Christina Tighe, Holly Gilson, Katherine Fichera, Jacqueline Malley (Reading); Izzy Horton, Julia Taylor, Grace Sgroi, Bella Sgroi (Woburn); Claire Ewen, Emily Benoit, Kayla Mayo (Arlington); Janna Lee, Caroline Palys, Meggie Murphy (Lexington); Grace Casey (Winchester); Drew Bates (Belmont)
MVP: Julia Taylor
FREEDOM: Christina Clark, Jordan Ferullo, Francesca Rubino, Meaghan Gurska, Chloe McGonagle (Burlington); Ally Moran, Ashley Crawford, Jenna Sweeney, Kayla Bourrell (Wilmington); Juliette Guanci, Katie Pearl (Wakefield); Grace Solomon, Rebecca Duturmont, Jill Stone, Collette Skinner (Melrose); Vanessa Bryan (Stoneham)
MVP: Christina Clark
NORTH: Brenna Forbes, Carmen Diorio (Medford); Rebecca Walker, Brooke Warren, Kayla Morrill (Lynn Classical); Kaylee Nearen (Everett); Alexis Iacoviello (Revere); Julia Chen (Lynn English); Nevalee Hawkins (Somerville); Christina Napierkowski (Salem); Sara Whitehouse (Malden)
MVP: Brenna Forbes
SOUTH: Katie Watts (Swampscott); Rona Scott, Julia Pitman (Beverly); Caitlyn Wood (Saugus); Sydney McKay, Elizabeth Schuster, Tracy Wood (Gloucester); Tiana Dawe, Kristina Rosignoll (Peabody); Alexcea Glynos (Danvers); Charlotte Plakans (Marblehead)
MVP: Sydney McKay
OLD COLONY LEAGUE
Hannah Arruda, Kassidy Pratt, Jenna Rainville, Sophia Sousa (Dartmouth); Celia Barron, Summer Sheerin, Julia Ferry, Jill Johnson, Kylee Piche, Lexi Silva (Bridgewater-Raynham)
FISHER: Amelia Freitas, Hannah Masterson, Alyssa Briggs, Morgan Brenner (Plymouth South); Maeg Amsler, Caroline Zielinski, Sarah Galvin, Ellie DiCarlo, Kathryn Martin (Hanover); Sam Smith, Shannon O’Brien (North Quincy); Tory O’Malley, Kim Chambers (Pembroke); Sarah Ainsley, Juliana Tracey (Quincy); Hayley McCarthy (Scituate)
MVP: Maeg Amsler
KEENAN: Hannah Mitchell, Isabelle Ruprecht, Bri Belfort, Arianna Sykvester, Jessica Stas (Silver Lake); Jenna Crowell, Shea Tavekelian, KK Fehan, Meg Banzi (Plymouth North); Alannah Akins, Maya Zukowski, Emma Cosgrove (Duxbury); Annie Cook, Victoria Ryan (Whitman-Hanson)
MVP: Jenna Crowell
SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE
Ashley Soares (Old Rochester); Madyson Medeiros, Alisa Fielhauer (Case); Kaya Fernandes (Bourne): Amelia Blake (Apponequet); Elyse Rebelo, Kenna Cruise (Fairhaven); Piper Crooks, Shaylene Amaral, Skyla Berube (Greater New Bedford); Kaylee Fonseca (Seekonk); Emily Pachecho, Laney Martin (Somerset Berkley); Sadie Pratt, Eliana Raposo (Dighton-Rehoboth); Jocelyne Hendrix (Wareham)
MVP: Ashley Soares
SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE
TOBIN: Lauren Keleher, Corin Mahan, Jordyn Needle, Victoria Seppala (Abington); Jacey Ruzzano, Olivia Camelo (Carver); Corey Andrade, Maddie Souza, Jayden Bryant (Mashpee)
MVP: Lauren Keleher
SULLIVAN: Emma Kenn, Sydney Deuhurst (East Bridgewater); Maddie Kilpeck, Sam Crowely, Kara McManus, Amanda Bukunt (Middleboro); Chloe Hohmann, Delaney Diggins, Maura McGraw (Norwell); Michaela Bruno, Ari Pelleteir, Molly Grass
MVP: Chloe Hohmann
Mackenzie Quigley, Catherine Higgins (Medway); Jillian Ceddia, Emily Whalen, Katy Holly (Hopkinton); Ryanne Haynes, Maddie Mantegani, Katie Reed (Bellingham); Molly Glasheen, Ari Tristani, Alana Potts (Medfield); Gianna Sciarappa, Maddie Friday, Kassidy Hickey, Julia Salemy (Dedham); Ciara Crowley (Dover-Sherborn); Mackenzie Smith (Millis); Nicole Grainger, Destiny McGrath (Norton); Bryn Garczynski, Amanda Olbrys (Norwood); Lauren Casey (Westwood)
MVP: Catherine Higgins, Katy Holly