Rylie Blanchet, Skowhegan senior midfielder: Despite missing part of the season because of an injury, Blanchet was a Miss Maine Field Hockey finalist. She had two goals and 10 assists, giving her 31 goals and 46 assists in her career. She plans to play in college but hasn’t decided where.

Kersey Boulay, Mt. View senior center midfielder: A finalist for Miss Maine Field Hockey, Boulay helped the Mustangs to the Eastern Class C semifinals. She had five goals and five assists, giving her 20 goals and 20 assists for her career. She was used on both offensive and defensive corners. Boulay hasn’t made a college choice but plans to continue playing.

Arika Brochu, Cony senior right midfielder: A Miss Maine Field Hockey finalist, Brochu compiled 18 goals and seven assists in helping the Rams to the Eastern Class A quarterfinals. She played on both offensive and defensive corners and was at the center of most of Cony’s offense. She plans to play softball at St. Anselm.

Elizabeth Coughlin, North Yarmouth Academy senior goalie: Coughlin was often the difference for the Panthers, who played most of their games with only 10 players. She had nine shutouts this year (37 in her career) with a goals-against average of 0.69 (0.67 career) and a save percentage of 89 (89 for her career).

Kapriece Dahms, Lawrence senior right midfielder: The Bulldogs reached the Eastern Class A final, with Dahms controlling much of the action. A four-year varsity player, she had one goal and 10 assists. She was the flyer on defensive corners and took most of the team’s free hits.

Maddy Dobecki, Scarborough senior midfielder: A Miss Maine Field Hockey finalist and repeat all-state selection, Dobecki was regarded as the leader on Scarborough’s Class A state championship team. She finished with 12 goals and 15 assists, and won the Faith Littlefield Award as the outstanding player in the SMAA. She will attend St. Michael’s in Vermont.

Brooke Haskell, Winslow senior back: The leader of a defense that carried the Raiders to the Class C state championship, Haskell made three defensive saves while also helping offensively with five goals – including the winner in the Eastern Maine final – and five assists. She will play at Division II St. Anselm.

Lindsey Poirier, Marshwood senior midfielder: A repeat all-state selection, Poirier scored 17 goals and added assists, giving her 47 career goals and 35 assists. She controlled the tempo for the Hawks and was the leading scorer for three consecutive years. She will play in college, though she is unsure where.

Lily Posternak, York sophomore center midfielder: The Maine Sunday Telegram Player of the Year and a member of the U.S. U-17 national team, Posternak helped the Wildcats win the Class B state championship, not only with her skill but with her leadership. She compiled 16 goals and 15 assists and is a repeat all-state selection.

Kaitlin Prince, Scarborough senior back: Fundamentally strong and tenacious on the field, Prince was the leader of Scarborough’s defense. She had her best game in the Class A state final against Skowhegan, continually breaking up chances in the circle. She will attend Rollins College on a lacrosse scholarship.

Renee Wright, Skowhegan senior forward: Wright scored 25 goals to lead Skowhegan and used her speed and field sense to continually get open in the circle. She also had 16 assists. Wright finished her career as the third-highest scorer in Skowhegan history with 82 goals and 47 assists.

Coach of the Year

Kerry Mariello, Scarborough: From the start of the season, the Red Storm had one goal – to win a state championship. But Mariello kept her players focused on what they were doing every day, in practice or in the game. She stressed fundamentals and also made some critical in-game adjustments, helping Scarborough win its second Class A title.