Alex Allain, Hermon junior forward: The Maine Soccer Coaches Association All-New England and All-Northern Maine pick scored 43 goals and was chosen as Penobscot Valley Conference player of the year.

Katie Clemmer, Yarmouth senior forward: An MSCA All-Southern Maine selection, Clemmer totaled 10 assists and 17 goals – including two in the state final against Waterville – to help the Clippers earn their first Class B title in 13 years.

Sara D’Appolonia, Yarmouth junior midfielder: The MSCA Class B player of the year contributed 17 assists and 16 goals – including one in the state final. She was the only junior from Maine to earn All-New England honors.

Mariah Deschino, Cape Elizabeth senior forward: Deschino carried a young and inexperienced team to the Class B South semifinals, notching six goals while playing numerous positions.

Emma Forgues, Gorham sophomore midfielder: The MSCA All-South pick was the Rams’ leading scorer with 17 goals and five assists and scored in a 2-0 win over Scarborough in the Class A South final.

Becky Lopez-Anido, Orono senior forward: An MSCA All-New England and All-South selection, Lopez-Anido scored 16 goals – including six in the playoffs – to help the Red Riots to the Class C state title.

Meranda Martin, Richmond senior forward: The MSCA Class D player of the year and All-South pick collected 38 goals and 14 assists to lead Richmond to state championship game.

Charlotte Messer, Camden Hills senior forward: The MSCA Class A player of the year, Messer scored in overtime against Gorham to give the Windjammers their first Class A state title. Her 26 goals and 17 assists earned her All-American and All-New England honors.

Gaby Panagakos, Scarborough junior forward: The SMAA offensive player of the year and MSCA All-South pick broke the school record with 22 goals this season, to go with six assists.

Emma Smith, Gorham senior goalkeeper: The MSCA All-South pick notched 11 shutouts and anchored a defense that only allowed eight goals.

Madeline Wood, Madison senior midfielder: The MSCA Class C player of the year and All-South pick scored four goals in the Class C South semifinals and the only goal against Sacopee Valley in the regional final. She totaled 25 goals and 11 assists.

Coach of the Year

Meredith Messer, Camden Hills: After 21 years coaching, Messer led the Windjammers to their first state championship, edging Gorham 1-0 in overtime for the Class A title.

– Taylor Vortherms