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Player of the Year


Jaime Yaukey, sr., G, Big Spring — One to never stay on her feet very long, Yaukey stretched and dove her way to one extraordinary final season. She was the biggest asset on the back line for a Bulldogs team that won its division outright for the first time in more than 20 years and for good reason — she allowed only eight goals in the division and 18 all year. She finished with 161 saves (career: 342).

Coach of the Year

Angie Noreika, Big Spring — After the team lost nine starters to graduation, there were a lot of questions Big Spring needed to answer coming into 2018. Noreika ended up leading her team to its first outright Mid-Penn Colonial crown in more than 20 years (the Bulldogs tied the Bubblers in 2012 for the title) and a District 3 Class 1A playoff appearance.

First Team

Lanie Noreika, fr., F, Big Spring


Lanie Noreika, fr., F, Big Spring — Talk about one heck of a debut. Noreika found her stride early, weaving and deking her way past defenders like it was nothing. Although basketball is her main sport, The coach's daughter showcased what she could do on turf a from Day 1, notching 27 goals and 79 points to lead the Mid-Penn Colonial and finish second in the conference.

Brinn Mancuso, jr., F, Boiling Springs


Brinn Mancuso, jr., F, Boiling Springs — Transitioning from midfield was a good idea for Mancuso. Her speed sets her apart from most players, and she has the ability to find a way to score. She finished her junior year with 12 goals and six assists.

Sophia Morrison, sr., F, Mechanicsburg


Sophia Morrison, sr., F, Mechanicsburg — Vision and communication. Morrison had both this season and was a strong veteran presence for the Wildcats . The West Chester commit could score (10 goals) and set up her teammates (4 assists), and she'll leave a big hole to fill for the Wildcats next season. 2017 All-Sentinel Honorable Mention.

Jenna White, sr., F, East Pennsboro

White (right)

Jenna White, sr., F, East Pennsboro — Good luck catching up to White when she gets going. The captain was pivotal on both offensive and defensive corners and could set up plays with the utmost precision. After tallying her 100th point in 2017, White added 37 more to her total this season, bringing her to 150 for her career. 2017 All-Sentinel Player of the Year.

Paige Bond, sr., MF, Boiling Springs


Paige Bond, sr., MF, Boiling Springs — Year after year, Bond stepped up for the Bubblers. And in her final season she showcased just how important she's becoming for one of the area's best teams. The team captain and Shippensburg University commit helped guide the Bubblers and was a vital playmaker with nine goals and eight assists. 2017 All-Sentinel First Team.

Gery Schnarrs, jr., MF, East Pennsboro


Gery Schnarrs, jr., MF, East Pennsboro — Schnarrs was one of the most versatile players for the Panthers, playing a pivotal role on both offensive and defensive fronts. The University of Virginia commit reached the 100-point mark in the middle of the season and ended with (17 goals, 11 assists). 2017 All-Sentinel First Team.

Lanie Lissner, sr., MF, Carlisle

Lissner (right)

Lanie Lissner, sr., MF, Carlisle — Not one to pad the stat sheet (2 goals, 2 assists), Lissner was vital for the Thundering Herd in other ways. She was the key in starting up the offense and then turning around to solidify the defense, all while shutting down opposing corners away. During a game against Cumberland Valley, Lissner stopped 23 out of 24 Eagles corners.

Kate Dombroski, jr., MF, Boiling Springs

Dombroski (left)

Kate Dombroski, jr., MF, Boiling Springs — Another Bubbler that got time at multiple positions, Dombroski started the year as a forward, moved to left mid and then settled in at right mid. A versatile player that could play any position head coach Kortney Showers needed her to, Dombroski finished her junior year with eight goals and nine assists.

Becca Winton, sr., D, Carlisle

Winton (right)

Becca Winton, sr., D, Carlisle — Aggressive play, impressive stick work and communication are qualities a defender needs to excell, and Winton showcased all of them. As one of the captains, she used her position to help lead some of Carlisle’s younger players on the field. She will take her skills to Allegheny College come fall.

Bella Zarcone, so., D, Camp Hill

Bella Zarcone, so., D, Camp Hill — As a freshman last season, Zarcone was one of the most versatile back-liners. One year later, things haven't really changed. Zarcone's ability to create turnovers and block oncoming attackers were her best attributes, which made her an invaluable asset for the Lions. 2017 All-Sentinel First Team.

Mia Katterman, sr., D, Cumberland Valley


Mia Katterman, sr., D, Cumberland Valley — A veteran captain and key part of the 'Nuclear Nine,' Katterman would even set up drills if head coach Ashley Taylor was running late for practice. She was a big reason CV allowed only 10 goals on 114 corners. The Sacred Heart commit tallied four goals, five assists and a team-leading five defensive saves. 2017 All-Sentinel Honorable Mention.

Honorable Mention

Alex Kutulakis, jr., F, Big Spring; Sydney Witter, so., MF, Big Spring; Taylor Hutchinson, sr., F, Big Spring; Zoe Koser, so., MF, Big Spring; Haleigh Snyder, fr., D, Big Spring; Allie Ball, sr., D, Boiling Springs; Emma Bounds, sr., F, Boiling Springs; Carley Galbraith, so., GK, Boiling Springs; Elexis Stouffer, so., D, Boiling Springs; Carly Galbraith, so., GK, Boiling Springs; Alexis Stouffer, so., D, Boiling Springs; Noor Hooijmaeirs, jr., F, Camp Hill; Nora Klapkowski, fr., D, Camp Hill; Emilie Delaye, jr., MF, Camp Hill; Passion Bragg, sr., F, Camp Hill; Char Lopez, sr., D, Carlisle; Sabrina Starling, jr., MF/F, Carlisle; Zoe Spielman, sr., GK, Carlisle; Delaney Crim, jr., MF, Carlisle; Mackenzie Parthemore, jr., F, Carlisle; Anna Smith, jr., D, Cedar Cliff; Natalie Rocuskie, jr., F, Cedar Cliff; Brinley Foster, jr., MF, Cedar Cliff; Julia Brenneman, jr., D, Cedar Cliff; Olivia Wagner, sr., F, Cedar Cliff; Sam Murphy, jr., MF, Cumberland Valley; Hannah Moore, sr., D, Cumberland Valley; Peyton Crawford, jr., GK, Cumberland Valley; Riley Hilton, sr., MF, Cumberland Valley; Jesse Zampelli, sr., MF, Cumberland Valley; Sam Krebs, sr., F, Cumberland Valley; Alison Buffington, fr., F, East Pennsboro; Anna Kirn, sr., D, East Pennsboro; Erica Wenrich, fr., MF, East Pennsboro; Emileigh Moriarty, sr., GK, East Pennsboro; Anna Kirn, sr., D, East Pennsboro; Emma Miller, sr., D, East Pennsboro; Casey Fullerton, jr., D, Mechanicsburg; Madison Mark, so., MF, Mechanicsburg; Kelsey Heltzel, so., MF, Northern; Brynn Crouse, fr., MF, Northern; Emma Simpson, sr., MF, Northern; Natalie Saltzer, so., MF, Northern; Alexandra McCurdy, jr., D, Northern; Emma Rosensteel, so., F, Northern; Rachel Apa, jr., MF, Red Land; Sydney Stupka, jr., MF, Red Land; Sammy Darrow, sr., D, Red Land; Lindsay Martin, sr., F, Red Land; Abby Rosenberry, sr., MF, Shippensburg; Rachel Kline, sr., MF, Shippensburg; Zoe Holtry, sr., F, Shippensburg; Rachel Crowder, sr., MF, Shippensburg; Lexi Alleman, sr., MF, Shippensburg; Kourtney Shoap, sr., F, Shippensburg; Isaabella Kruba, sr., MF, West Perry; Gretchen Frederick, sr., F, West Perry; Abi Bogard, sr., F, West Perry; Mackenzie Smeigh, sr., F, West Perry; McKenna Farner, sr., MF, West Perry; Jaela Johnson, so., F, West Perry; Jordan Ulsh, sr., GK, West Perry.

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