Mikala Kin, York Suburban: The senior scored 23 goals to help the Trojans to seven wins. Kin wrapped up her career as Suburban's all-time leader in two categories with 60 goals and 144 points.

"She missed most of her sophomore year with an injury or those totals would be even greater," coach Tom Shugars said.

One of Kin's standout games this season came in October against Northeastern, when she notched a hat trick in a 4-0 Trojans win.
   Max Herman, Dover: The junior captain scored 29 goals and had 25 assists, which made for a single-season school record. Herman has led the Eagles in scoring the last three seasons. She scored twice in the YAIAA tournament championship game, as Dover won its first league title.
   Shyanne Kimbrough, West York: The senior had a total of 25 goals and five assists for the 10-win Bulldogs. She finished with 110 career goals. "Shyanne was a vocal leader on the field during games," West York coach Sarah Waybright said.


   Jordan Shoff, York Suburban: The defensive stalwart for the Trojans notched two goals and two assists. Only a sophomore, she served as a captain on the team.
   Logan Neiman, Northeastern: The junior scored six goals and assisted on five more from her midfield position. "Logan played a pivotal role in the midfield starting most of our attacks with pace and skill," Bobcats coach Diana Collier said.
   Cassidy Layman, Eastern York: The senior goalkeeper made eight saves in a double overtime win against Red Lion. She also recorded 20 saves in an October loss to Central York.
   Jeanette Wilson, Susquehannock: The senior finished the season with six goals and 10 assists for the 15-win Warriors. "But, her stats don't show how much of an impact she was for us," Warriors coach Brett Maxwell said. "Just about everything offensively went through her."
   Payton Hauck, Northeastern: The sophomore helped lead the Bobcats to their best record in school history at 8-7. Hauck scored a goal in 12 of 15 games. "Her physicality, speed and skill created many opportunities for our team," Collier said.
   Brooke May, Dover: A junior captain and center back, May helped Dover secure 14 wins, including a preliminary-round victory in the District 3 Class AAA tournament. "She has phenomenal speed and high soccer I.Q.," Dover coach Bret Altimore said.
   Amanda Cheak, West York: The junior scored six goals and added eight assists for the division champions. A team captain, Cheak was, "able to make offensive runs forward from our center back position," Waybright said.
   Emily Landis, Susquehannock: Only a freshman, she made her presence known on the defensive side. "She was definitely one of the leaders in the back for us and has a great future ahead of her," Maxwell said.
   Sarah Waybright, West York: The first-year coach guided the Bulldogs to the division championship behind a 10-1-1 division mark. West York qualified for the District 3 Class AA tournament as the No. 7 seed and finished the season at 10-5-1 after losing in the first round.

"The girls came together throughout the season and exceeded my expectations and were successful in accomplishing their goals," Waybright said.
   Brooke Firestone, Dover; Emily Firestone, Dover; Maddy Miller, Dover; Katelyn Wilt, Dover; Darby Sells, West York; Raychel Johnson, West York; Brooke McGee, Susquehannock; Mackenzie Bates, Susquehannock; Cassidy Mummert, Susquehannock; Hannah Kowalewski, York Suburban; Haley Zimmer, Northeastern; Leah Myers, Eastern York; Madison Ferner, Kennard-Dale; Madelyn Duty, Kennard-Dale; Alyx Miller, Kennard-Dale; Emily Cooper, Kennard-Dale.
-- Ryan Dixon