Skyler Amsden, Marshwood senior, goalkeeper: The first-team All-SMAA selection stopped 70 percent of the shots she faced, backstopping Marshwood (11-4) to the Class A South championship. With 12 saves, Amsden kept the Hawks in the regional final, which they lost 6-2 to Massabesic, the eventual state champion.

Logan Champlin, Massabesic senior, midfield: A first-team All-SMAA selection, Champlin contributed 27 goals for the Mustangs (16-0), including one in their state championship win over Messalonskee. She returns as a top offensive threat.

Madison Drain, Massabesic senior, midfield: The Maine Sunday Telegram Player of the Year dominates the draw, and is both a defensive force and reliable goal scorer. Drain led her team to an undefeated season with 40 goals, 25 assists and 41 ground balls, and was first-team All-SMAA.

Erin Foley, Cape Elizabeth junior, goalkeeper: Though she used to fly under the radar, Foley is now recognized as one of the league’s top goalies. A vocal leader on defense, she sees the field well and is extremely active around the crease. Foley will keep the Capers (8-6) in numerous games.

Abby Krieckhaus, Portland senior, goalkeeper: The second-team All-SMAA pick elevates her game every time she steps onto the field with a career-high 124 saves in 2017. Behind a young squad, Krieckhaus and senior defender Georgia Stoddard will make a difference for the Bulldogs (4-9).

Meredith Lane, Yarmouth senior, midfield/attack: A versatile player, Lane is a force no matter where she is on the field. With 18 goals and 10 assists, she helped the Clippers (15-1) advance to the Class B championship game, where she assisted on a goal in their 5-4 loss to Kennebunk.

Paige Laverriere, Biddeford junior, attack: With her speed, stick skills and strong draw control percentages, Laverriere is one of the most potent attackers in the state. The first-team All-SMAA pick scored 44 goals last season to bring her total to 72 after just two years with the Tigers (9-4).

Jena Leckie, South Portland junior, attack: The first-team All-SMAA selection is a versatile player who totaled 44 goals and 11 assists – the third most in the conference. She looks poised to have another big year while helping the Red Riots improve upon their 5-8 season.

Mia Murray, Kennebunk senior, defense: A three-year varsity player and a captain for the Rams (13-2), Murray leads Kennebunk’s defense and is a critical piece of its transition game. She’s hard to get past, helping the Class B power repeat as the state champion last year.

Morgan Pike, Massabesic senior, attack: The Telegram All-State and first-team All-SMAA selection led the Mustangs in points with 36 goals as well as 31 assists and 22 ground balls. She scored four times in Massabesic’s 13-4 state-championship victory.

Kayla Sarazin, Falmouth junior, midfield: Totaling 67 draw controls, 26 goals and 14 assists in her first two years, Sarazin is a scrappy midfielder who can finish on the attacking end. She and junior midfielder Caitlyn Camelio (37 draw controls and 52 ground balls in two years) are key returners for the Class B South runners-up.

Hallie Schwartzman, Kennebunk senior, midfield: A four-year starter and captain for the past two seasons, Schwartzman is great in transition. She totaled 27 goals and two assists and, with returning senior Erin Gorton (27 goals, seven assists), will spark the Rams’ offense.

Marin Smith, Marshwood senior, attack: The first-team All-SMAA selection is a solid two-way player who totaled 30 goals and 10 assists last season. She scored six times in the Hawks’ 15-4 Class A South quarterfinal win over South Portland and contributed a goal in their 6-2 regional-final loss to Massabesic.

Ya Stockford, Waynflete senior, attack: Stockford is a team captain who has a knack for scoring. She’s smart and boasts great speed and an unselfish style of play for the Flyers (7-6). Along with senior midfielders Laura Baginski and Izzy Burdick, Stockford makes Waynflete a dangerous team in Class B.

Eva Then, Yarmouth senior, midfield: A Telegram All-State selection and an excellent two-way player, Then totaled 35 goals and 16 assists for the Class B North champion. She led the Clippers in their 18-2 regional-final victory over Oceanside with six goals – five before halftime.

– Taylor Vortherms