Sydney Bell, junior midfield, Falmouth: Returning All-Telegram choice, the midfielder led Falmouth in goals (48) and tied for the team lead with 16 assists.

Kelsey Brooks, junior midfield, Oceanside: She pairs with her twin sister, Jillian, to form a strong unit in midfield for a team that went 10-2 in 2015.

Jenny Bush, senior attack, Kennebunk: Coming off a 55-goal, 17-assist season, Bush is one of the top draw control specialists in the state. A two-time All-Telegram choice, the tall midfielder was Maine’s lone 2015 all-American pick.

Lindsey Cole, senior defense/midfield, York: Primarily a defender, Cole is likely to bring her leadership, stick skills, speed and communication at times to the midfield. She intends to play at Sacred Heart.

Hannah Costin, junior midfield, Marshwood: A smooth scorer (31 goals, 13 assists) who will run the offense, Costin is also a tough defender and was a consistent contributor as sophomore for the Class A champions.

Maquila Dimastrantonio, senior midfield, Massabesic: She led the Mustangs in scoring by a wide margin in 2015 and should benefit from improved play of athletic sophomore Madison Drain as a midfield partner.

Jenna Kashmer, senior defense, Marshwood: A four-year starter at low defense, she’ll again run the Hawks’ defense with fellow senior Gabrielle Bazemore.

Mary Kate Gunville, junior goalie, Yarmouth: One of key returners for Class B champs, she was particularly adept against free-position shots, allowing only 11 goals in 32 attempts.

Allie Lawlor, junior midfield, York: Speedy and tough all over the field, Lawlor scored more than 35 goals. She led the Wildcats in draw controls and caused turnovers, and was a second-team WMC as a sophomore.

Maddie Leigh, junior midfield, Sanford: Coming off a 40-goal season in a 6-7 season, Leigh will be a tri-captain with seniors Liz Helmreich and Kyla Bragg.

Camryn McKeown, senior midfield, Biddeford: A returning first-team All-SMAA pick, McKeown scored 26 goals and is among best in the league at draw control. She and attack Taylor Turgeon lead a team on the rise.

Merritt Ryan, senior midfield, Portland: Ryan has 103 career goals and led the Bulldogs to the Class A regional title game last season. She is a hard worker who plays with poise.

Olivia Sandford, senior midfield, Kennebunk: A returning All-Telegram selection, Sandford is a strong two-way player who scored 31 goals with 10 assists and was a key defensive player.

Kyra Schwartzman, senior attack, Kennebunk: An All-Telegram choice as a junior, Schwartzman tied Bush for the Rams’ scoring title with 49 goals and 23 assists. A precise shooter and a key to the Rams’ possession offense.

Faith Sinclair, senior attack, Thornton Academy: Led the Western A runner-ups’ deliberate offense with 26 goals. She is one of seven returning starters back for a team that figures to contend.

– Steve Craig