Luci Albers, Marshwood senior, midfield: A second-team SMAA pick, Albers helped the top-seeded Hawks advance to the Class A South regional final with 33 goals and 15 assists.
Gretchen Barbera, Yarmouth senior, defense: The Maine Sunday Telegram All-State selection boasts speed and good field sense, making her tough to get past. Barbera played a key role in helping the Clippers get to the Class B state title game.
Sydney Bell, Falmouth senior, midfield: A returning All-Telegram selection, Bell is a top goal scorer and playmaker who’s great on the draw. She had 71 goals and 27 assists last season for the Yachtsmen (12-2), leading them to the Class B South final.
Catherine Biegel, Bonny Eagle, senior: The first-team SMAA pick is speedy and tough, and she wins a high percentage of draw controls. Biegal had 27 goals and 11 assists for the Scots last season.
Jillian Brooks, Oceanside senior, midfield: Brooks and her twin sister, Kelsey, are both fast to the ball with solid stick skills – making the pair a strong unit at midfield.
Isabel Canning, Waynflete senior, midfield: Canning is a strong physical presence and a great transition player who can play end to end. She scored twice with five assists in the Flyers’ season-opening win over NYA.
Hannah Costin, Marshwood senior, attack: An All-Telegram and first-team SMAA choice, Costin is a dynamic two-way player who can score with ease and cause turnovers. She had 60 goals and 19 assists for the Class A South finalists.
Madison Drain, Massabesic junior, midfield: The first-team SMAA selection is always a reliable goal scorer. She scored four times for the Mustangs in their 7-6 Class A South regional final win over the defending state champion, Marshwood.
Gabby Fogg, Kennebunk senior, midfield: Fogg, along with fellow midfielder Hallie Schwartzman, can play anywhere on the field. She will likely become more of a scoring threat this season for the defending Class B state champions.
Mary Kate Gunville, Yarmouth senior, goalie: One of the best goalies in the Western Maine Conference, Gunville helped lead the Clippers to the state title game last year. A young squad will rely heavily on her leadership this spring.
Allie Lawlor, York senior, midfield: The four-year varsity starter contributes on both ends of the field. Lawlor led the Wildcats in all categories except assists last year with 26 goals, 36 ground balls, 32 caused turnovers/interceptions and 54 draw controls.
Peyton McKeown, Biddeford junior, midfield: McKeown led the Tigers in ground balls and turnovers last season, earning second-team SMAA honors as a sophomore. She controls the tempo of the game and is especially vital in transition.
Marran Oakman, Kennebunk senior, defense: Oakman found her niche on the field last year by taking charge and running Kennebunk’s backer defense. She excels at forcing turnovers and is a key player in the defending state champion’s transition game.
Devon Sarazin, Falmouth senior, attack: Along with Sydney Bell, Sarazin will serve as one of the Yachtsmen’s top scoring threats this season as they attempt to win their first state title.
Maddie York, Scarborough senior, defense: York missed last year after suffering a torn ACL, but now she’s healthy and ready to help the Red Storm bounce back from a 4-9 season. She has solid footwork, great field vision and the ability to shut down almost any player.