Karyn Barrett, Cape Elizabeth, senior forward: A dedicated student of the game, Barrett is highly skilled and well rounded, and hoping to lead the Capers back to the postseason.

Kelly Burrell, Greely, senior striker: Burrell scored 14 goals to lead Western Class A in scoring last fall.

Abby Cavalero, Falmouth, senior back: The key to Falmouth’s defense at center back, Cavalero also had five goals and one assist in 2009.

Katherine Chipman, Brunswick, junior back: Among the top defenders in the state, Chipman will anchor the Dragons’ back line.

Dani Daigle, Thornton Academy, senior forward: The Trojans’ leading scorer last year, she brings speed, athleticism and an aggressive style.

Kaitlin Doherty, Cheverus, senior stopper: A great one-on-one defender, Doherty helped the Stags limit opponents to eight goals in 14 regular-season games last fall.

Tori Field, Morse, senior forward: A veteran of two varsity seasons at striker, Field shared the team scoring lead last season.

Stephanie Gallagher, York, senior fullback: A third-year starter, Gallagher may swing to the midfield to bolster the offense.

Cortney Hughes, Scarborough, senior midfielder: Strong and skilled, Hughes is among the top center midfielders in the state.

Alex Leonardi, Kennebunk, junior forward: A forward, Leonardi is fast, skilled and physical for her size.

Taylor Littlefield, Sanford, sophomore forward: In her rookie season, Littlefield had eight goals and six assists to lead the Redskins in scoring.

Amanda Masse, Deering, senior defender: A strong leader who brings speed and knowledge, and has great vision.

Riley McCarthy, Windham, senior back: Among the best backs in the state, there are few better than McCarthy in one-on-one situations.

Molly Miller, McAuley, sophomore goalkeeper: Despite missing five games because of a concussion last season, Miller was named to the SMAA’s second team.

Margaret Palmer, Scarborough, senior midfielder: A technically skilled and top two-way player who will combine with Cortney Hughes to make one of the toughest midfielding combos in the state.

Audrey Parolin, Greely, junior striker: Last fall, Parolin had eight goals and four assists to help the Rangers reach the Western Class A semifinals.

Sydney Proctor, Thornton Academy, senior goalkeeper: Last season, Proctor posted a state-high 14 shutouts to help the Trojans win their first Western Class A title.

Catlyn Rich, Georges Valley, senior stopper: After anchoring a defense that allowed just four goals en route to the Class C state title, Rich moves from sweeper.

Natalie Salmon, Yarmouth, senior stopper: The anchor of the defense, Salmon is charged with marking the best forward on opposing teams.

Becky Smith, Waynflete, senior midfielder: After scoring 13 goals at striker last season, Smith moves to midfield to help the Flyers control the middle of the field.

Nikki Taylor, York, senior sweeper: A four-year starter, Taylor is back to anchor the defense for her third season.

Kiersten Turner, Gorham, junior forward: A physical player and proven goal scorer on a team with some depth.

Jaymee Wallace, Mt. Ararat, senior forward: Quick and very skilled with a very good sense of the game, Wallace led the Eagles in scoring last season.

Allison Walton, Brunswick, senior midfielder: A prolific scorer, Walton put away 30 goals last year to lead the Dragons to a Class A title.

Lilly Wellenbach, NYA, senior back: A key returning player for the Panthers, who hope to go deeper in the Class C playoffs this year. 

— Jenn Menendez and Paul Betit