Christie Balestra, Perkiomen Valley

Attack ... Sophomore ... PAC-10 First Team selection. First time as All-Area First Team selection. Led team with 65 goals while tallying 11 assists. ... Finished the year with 35 groundballs and 37 draw controls. Caused 18 turnovers in 2014. ... Verbal commit to Lehigh University.

Zoe Bullotta, Phoenixville

Attack ... Junior ... Second-straight PAC-10 First Team selection. ... All-Area Honorable Mention in 2013. ... Scored momentous goal in Phoenixville's upset victory over Spring-Ford in PAC-10 Final Four semifinal. ... Has been team's primary scoring threat last three years.

Emily Coyne, Spring-Ford

Defense ... Junior ... PAC-10 First Team selection ... Scored six goals and tallied 14 assists for Rams ... Has made verbal commitment to play at Penn State University.

Madison Dishman, Spring-Ford

Defense ... Senior ... PAC-10 First Team selection ... Mercury All-Area Honorable Mention in 2013 ... Scored nine goals and tallied seven assists for Rams ... Will attend University of Cincinnati.

Kira Gensler, Spring-Ford

Midfield ... Senior ... Third-straight Mercury All-Area First Team selection. Four-time All-PAC-10 First Team selection ... Led Rams with 68 goals while tallying 21 assists, leading team to PAC-10 Final Four berth. ... Finishes career with 200 goals ... Will attend Temple University.


Emily Gerhart, Boyertown

Defense ... Senior ... PAC-10 First Team selection. ... Mercury All-Area Honorable Mention in 2013. ... Marked top attacker in each game. ... Caused 19 turnovers and registered 26 groundballs. ... Scored two goals.

Devin Hassinger, Owen J. Roberts

Attack ... Senior ... Second-straight All-Area First Team selection. Finished second in PAC-10 with 83 goals (88.3 shooting percentage) in OJR's 12-5 season ... Scored seven of the team's 14 goals in District 1-AAAA opening round loss to Boyertown ... Will attend Villanova University.

Kerry Huzzard, Owen J. Roberts

Attack ... Sophomore ... Two-time All-Area and PAC-10 First Team selection. ... Scored 38 goals while leading OJR with 56 assists for a total of 94 points. ... Tallied more than seven assists twice (eight in 22-11 victory over Phoenixville and seven in 17-4 victory over Upper Perkiomen). ... Has 85 career goals.

Alex Montes, Owen J. Roberts

Defense ... Senior ... PAC-10 First Team selection. ... Second straight All-Area First Team selection. ... Led defense that allowed 8.6 goals per game. ... Picked up 10 groundballs.

Megan Nemeth, Phoenixville

Goalie ... Junior ... All PAC-10 First Team selection, first All-Area First Team selection. ... Provided 18 saves, including two critical stops in the waning seconds of the team's victory over Spring-Ford in the PAC-10 Final Four semifinals. ... Phantoms were first team from Frontier Division to advance to championship since 2006.

Elizabeth Sitko, Hill School

Midfield ... Senior ... Co-captain and All-MAPL selection ... Scored 51 goals while tallying 22 assists for the Hill ... Also recorded 95 draw controls and 48 groundballs ... Mercury All-Area Second Team selection in 2013.

Morgan Stone, Owen J. Roberts

Midfield ... Junior ... All-Area second team in 2013, All PAC-10 First team selection in 2014 ... Played primarily in midfield but was utilized in multiple positions ... Finished season with 42 goals, 15 assists and 21 groundballs.

Haley Wentzel, Boyertown

Midfield ... Senior ... Mercury All-Area Player of the Year. ... Second straight All-Area First Team selection. ... Scored 110 goals (66 percent shooting average) and registered 24 assists in leading Boyertown to an undefeated league record and the team's 11th-straight PAC-10 title. Team reached second round of District 1-AAAA tournament. ... Also contributed 43 groundballs and 41 draw controls. ... Four-year varsity starter who finishes career with 240 goals ... Will play at Lehigh University.


Attack: Emma Morgan, Boyertown

Attack: Sara Hughes, Methacton

Attack: Jordan Kengor, Pope John Paul II

Attack: Kayla Smith, Upper Perkiomen

Attack: Ellie Schmidt, Methacton

Midfield: Madelyn Fox, Upper Perkiomen

Midfield: Kira Landis, Phoenixville

Midfield: Lillia Walls, Pope John Paul II

Defense: Samantha Dingler, Upper Perkiomen

Defense: Amy Hill, Phoenixville

Defense: Bridget Rauh, Pope John Paul II

Defense: Alex Wertman, Phoenixville

Goalie: Devon Hennessey, Owen J. Roberts

Goalie: Harley Barrett, Perkiomen Valley


Boyertown: Marie Valenti

Hill School: Alex Lange, Annie Carroll, Liz Cossel, Bree Gorman

Methacton: Kelly Glatthorn

Owen J. Roberts: Maddie Gebert, Courtney Gerber

Perkiomen School: Nicole Pupillo, Madelyn Fredock, Madison Faraco, Stephanie Falcone

Perkiomen Valley: Nathalie Sell

Phoenixville: Angela Hayde, Kellie Matson

Pope John Paul II: Kate Cressman

Pottsgrove: Alyssa O'Neil, Caitlin Gillette

Pottstown: Tyisha Reddick, Sidney Sanford

Spring-Ford: Kat Connolly, Julianna Radzinski

Upper Perkiomen: Morgan Rynn, Aubrey Wilcox


Senorita Thornton, Phoenixville

Guided Phoenixville to 8-5 record in the PAC-10, beating favorite Spring-Ford in the PAC-10 semifinals before falling to Boyertown in the PAC-10 title. ... Led a Frontier Division team to the PAC-10 final for the first time since Pottstown made an appearance in 2006 (prior to the PAC-10's two-division format).