Morgan Barmash (Woburn)
Abby Bettencourt (Peabody)
Naomi Boldebuck (Billerica)
Paige Butland (Wakefield)
Kylee Caetano (Greater New Bedford)
Kelly Colleran (North Attleboro)
Haley Coupal (Bishop Feehan)
Alana DeLisle (Amesbury)
Olivia DeLong (Amesbury)
Kaysie Demoura (Taunton)
Peyton Feldman (Foxboro)
Isabella Fernald (Bedford)
Natalia Fotopoulos (Arlington)
Analise Grady (Reading)
Cecelia Imbimbo (Burlington)
Ragini Kannan (Westford Academy)
Giana LaCedra (Lowell)
Kaelyn Larkin (Medfield)
Cassidy Machado (Middleboro)
Jackie Malley (Reading)
Ella Maher (Newton North)
Olyvia Mendonca (Taunton)
Lily Newhall (St. Mary’s)
Caroline Peterson (Silver Lake)
Francesca Pizzarella (Millis)
Catie Powderly (Walpole)
Eliana Raposo (Dighton-Rehoboth)
Samantha Rose (Norwood)
Sam Ryan (Tewksbury)
Meg Sherwood (King Philip)
Olivia Silva (Case)
Brooke Tardugno (Methuen)
Lily Welch (Bridgewater-Raynham)
Honorable mention: Meg Banzi (Plymouth North), Jordan Bennett (King Philip), Hailey Berube (Case), Izzy Bettencourt (Peabody), Emma Bloom (Peabody), Kiele Coleman (Methuen), April Collamore (Westford Academy), McKenzie Foley (Hanover), Ellie Etemad-Gilbertson (Latin Academy), Emma Glavin (Quincy), Lilly Gray (New Bedford); Abby Hanna (Hanover), Ryanne Haynes (Bellingham), Riain Keefe (Bridgewater-Raynham), Madison King (Burlington), Madison Medeiros (Greater New Bedford), Emily Meleedy (Newburyport), Zoey McDonough (North Attleboro), Lindsey Perry (Attleboro), Maddie Prado (Carver), Hayley Rapaglia (Central Catholic), Lily Routhier (Attleboro); Waverly Smart (Ursuline), Penny Spack (Peabody), Alanis Toledano (Latin Academy), Marilena Tsonis (Greater New Bedford)
The junior batted .567 with 41 RBI and six home runs while on the mound compiling 162 strikeouts. Her efforts earned her Middlesex League All-Star. Barmash plays for the Concord Raiders in the summer.
Bettencourt had a standout sophomore season as she finished with a 1.21 ERA to go with 173 strikeouts in 126.1 innings. She also hit .580 with 32 RBI. The two-time Northeastern Conference player of the year, Bettencourt now has 232 strikeouts with still two years remaining. The honor roll student is also a member of the varsity basketball and volleyball team.
The junior hit .439 with 23 RBI and 21 runs scored. Inside the circle the right-hander struck out 118 batters while firing a pair of no-hitters. Boldebuck was an MVC All-Conference first team selection for her performance. She is a high honor roll student and a captain of the varsity volleyball team.
The Warriors centerfield hit .639 with four doubles, three triples, and 10 home runs to go with 39 RBIs. Butland was a Middlesex League All-Conference selection in 2022. The junior is also a member of Wakefield’s varsity gymnastics and volleyball team.
GREATER NEW BEDFORD
The South Coast Conference MVP, Caetano batted .614 to lead Greater New Bedford to the Div. 3 State title. The Bears’ shortstop is set to continue her playing career at Rivier University. Caetano plays South Shore Scream softball in the summer.
A two-way standout, Colleran batted .536 with seven home runs and 35 RBIs while also finishing with a 15-5 record and a 1.00 ERA. Colleran struck out an astounding 261 hitters in 126 innings. Only a junior, Colleran has already given a verbal commitment to continue her playing career at Boston University.
Coupal had a senior year to remember hitting at a .567 clip with 11 doubles, 37 RBIs, and 37 runs scored. She started at shortstop in each of her four years. Also a member of National Honor Society, Coupal will continue her playing career at the University of Connecticut.
The co-Most Valuable Player in the Cape Ann League, the senior standout batted a robust .508. DeLisle was also effective on the mound, striking out 88 batters while posting an impressive .063 ERA. An honor roll student, DeLisle will play softball and study nursing at the University of Southern Maine.
A two-time Boston Herald All-Scholastic, the senior first baseman/pitcher batted .429 with seven home runs and 39 RBI in leading her team to the Div. 4 state title. The Cape Ann League Player of the Year, DeLong ended her career with 108 hits. A member of the National Honor Society, DeLong will play college softball at Boston University.
Demoura was one of the premier catchers around. The junior battled .511 with nine doubles, five triples, eight home runs, and 35 RBis to help lead Taunton to a Div. 1 state title. The Tigers captain was a Hockomock League All-Star. DeMoura is a member of the National Honor Society and also plays field hockey. She is verbally committed to Southern New Hampshire.
The senior infielder finished with a .542 average with 13 RBI out of the leadoff spot. A two-time Hockomock League All-Star, Feldman combined to bat .561 over the previous two seasons. Also a member of the swimming team, Feldman is set to attend Southern New Hampshire University to continue her playing career.
Fernald saved her best for last as the senior hit .649 with 12 doubles, two triples, 10 home runs, and 46 RBI. Fernald earned co-MVP of the Dual County League. She finished with a .625 career average. A two-time Boston Herald All-Scholastic, Fernald is set to major in aerospace engineering at the United States Naval Academy.
Fotopoulos was a sophomore sensation for Arlington as she played catcher, shortstop, center field, and appeared inside the circle. For the season she batted .621 with 17 RBIs, seven doubles, two triples, a home run, 17 RBIs, and 14 stolen bases. Fotopoulos also posted a 4-1 record inside the circle. Fotopoulos is also a two-year member of Arlington’s varsity soccer team.
Grady was 17-3 with a 0.981 ERA and 188 strikeouts in 107 innings. The Middlesex League Liberty MVP, Grady finished her career with 291 strikeouts and a 1.40 ERA. Grady will attend Endicott College.
Imbimbo was dominant on the mound for Burlington as the junior compiled seven shutouts and 231 strikeouts in 110 innings. The Middlesex League Freedom MVP had two no-hitters on the season. Over the last two seasons Imbimbo has 391 strikeouts. She is verbally committed to continuing her playing career at Merrimack College.
Kannan was stellar in every respect for the Grey Ghosts batting .429 while also pitching to the tune of a 0.66 ERA to go with 199 strikeouts to just 12 walks. The 2022 Dual County League MVP, Kannan is set to continue her playing career at Brandeis University. She is a four year honor roll student.
The four-time Gatorade Player of the Year recorded a 17-4 record with 317 strikeouts in 149 innings, finishing with a stellar 0.38 ERA. She also helped herself at the plate, batting .394 with six triples, five doubles and a .697 slugging percentage. The Merrimack Valley Conference Player of the Year will pitch at UMass-Lowell.
Larkin was a force at the plate as a sophomore batting .561 with 10 home runs and 32 RBI. Including her terrific freshman season, Larkin now has 10 home runs with 86 RBIs in two years. The Tri-Valley League MVP, Larkin also plays volleyball and basketball.
A South Shore League All-Star, Machado struck out 173 in 120 innings while also batting .367 with four doubles and a .444 on-base percentage. The sophomore plays for South Shore Chaos on the club circuit. The junior is primed to be one of the top players in Massachusetts next spring.
Maher was the Bay State League MVP in 2022 as she batted .534 with two home runs and 31 RBI. Inside the circle, Maher went 8-4 with a 3.07 ERA. A two-time Boston Herald All-Scholastic, Maher was a Bay State League MVP in field hockey. She will continue her softball career at Bates College.
Malley tortured opposing pitchers all spring long and finished with a .567 average to go with 12 home runs and 50 RBI. The Rockets first baseman finished her career as a three-time Middlesex League All-Star. Malley was also a member of the Rockets varsity basketball team and she will continue her basketball playing career at St. Lawrence University.
Mendonca was at the center of Taunton’s state tournament run going 14-1 inside the circle with a 2.05 ERA while also batting .322 with eight extra base hits and 17 RBI. Mendonca’s performance helped lead Taunton to the Div. 1 State Title. She will play for Fitchburg State University where she will major in elementary education.
The senior went 17-4 with a 1.14 ERA. She notably threw a perfect game back on April 11 and finished the year with 201 strikeouts. Newhall is committed to continuing her playing career at Saint Anselm.
Peterson capped off her high school career in style going 15-2 with a 1.69 ERA and 218 strikeouts in 107.1 innings. Over her junior and senior campaigns, Peterson combined for 241 strikeouts in 125.1 innings. Also a captain of the volleyball team, Peterson will continue her softball career at Salve Regina University.
The Tri-Valley League’s Most Valuable Player, Pizzarella followed up an impressive sophomore season with an even better junior year. The Mohawks captain is a member of National Honor Society and plays with the Polar Crush on the club circuit in the summer.
Powderly hit .584 with 28 RBI and 33 runs scored as the centerpiece of Walpole’s lineup. The Bay State League Herget MVP, Powderly finished her career with a .551 average, 109 hits, and 84 RBIs. The senior shortstop is headed to UMass to study engineering.
Raposo was a standout on the field in every respect for Dighton-Rehoboth. The senior batted .494 with eight home runs and 34 RBI while on the mound striking out 194 in 124 innings. Raposo will continue her playing career at St. Thomas Aquinas while studying mathematics.
A Tri-Valley League MVP, Rose hit at a .614 clip to go with an eye-opening 38 stolen bases and 22 RBI. A National Honors Society Vice President, Rose is one of the top students in the state. Rose promises to be one of the top high school players in 2023.
Ryan was at the center of Tewksbury’s run to the Div. 2 state title game earning MVC Div. 2 Player of the Year. A two-time Boston Herald All-Scholastic, Ryan was the Redmen’s ace and slugger in the middle of the order. Ryan is also a member of Tewksbury’s basketball team and National Honor Society.
Sherwood clobbered five home runs to go with 27 RBI while hitting at a .405 clip. Also a member of the hockey and cross country teams, Sherwood will continue her playing career at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
A two-time captain, the junior catcher batted .537 with three home runs, 38 RBI and an impressive 26 extra base hits. A defensive dynamo behind the plate, Silva picked off six runners, threw out 11 more and allowed just one stolen base in 25 games. A member of the National Honor Society, Silva sports an outstanding 3.8 GPA. In the offseason, Silva competes with the Rhode Island Thunder Gold
The junior shortstop batted .359 with 25 runs scored to earn Merrimack Valley Conference first team honors. Also a member of National Honor Society and a first team All-Conference selection in soccer, Tardugno is pursuing an athletic career at the next level.
Welch was one of the top arms in the Bay State in 2022 pitching to the tune of a 2.16 ERA with 171 strikeouts in 123 innings. The junior now has 250 strikeouts for her career. A member of National Honor Society, Welch will be one of the premier pitchers in the area in 2023.
BAY STATE CONFERENCE
Ella Maher, Marion Carter, Sam Meeley, Katie Tobin (Newton North); Alona Lynch, Sadie Steuterman (Milton); Sharlotte Stazinski, Catie Powderly, Suzie McAdams, Ella Thomson (Walpole); Jess Brill, Kate Killam, Olivia Schultz (Natick); Emma Ferrara, Sarah Deroian, Maddie Baker (Needham); Ella Woods, Ally McNamee, Eva Surette (Braintree); Amber Walsh (Framingham)
MVP: Ella Maher, Catie Powderly
BOSTON CITY LEAGUE
Ellie Etamad-Gilbertson, Olivia McSharry, Sophia Rutstein, Alanis Toledano (Latin Academy); Saskia Antenor, Loraini Soto (Boston International); Nicole Brooks (Brighton); Ariana Alacornflynn, Cynthia Yanes Reyes (Charlestown ); Brittany Elliott, Ashley Jimenez, Jaden Pacitta, Julianna Toville (East Boston); Charline Alphonse, Naybelin Mejia (English); Neelia Ruiz (Excel); Natasha Morfe (Fenway); Idalise Irving (Madison Park); Ericka DeJesus (New Mission); Juliana Berardi, Nia Buyu, Rylee Hamblin, Addison Willett (O’Bryant); Dianny Felix, Avani Sulph, Rain Twohads (Tech Boston)
CAPE AND ISLANDS
ATLANTIC: Alyssa Depasqua (Barnstable); Julia Hicks, Gabriella Tanon, Jordyn Pineau, Savannah Azoff (Dennis-Yarmouth); Anna Velesig, 7 Phoebe Cutter, Meghan Robbins, Maci Griesbauer, Kaylee Shaw, Rachelle Andrade (Falmouth); Maclaine Willet, Raegan Perry (Nantucket); Lili Hay (Nauset); Cece Donovan (Sandwich)
MVP: Anna Velesig
LIGHTHOUSE: Caroline DiGiovanni, Maddie Crossen, AJ Gates, Courtney Kelley, Audrey Smith (Monomoy); Mackenzie Pimental (Rising Tide); Seneca Harmon, Sophia Bruno, Shannon Keating, Isabella Bruno (Sturgis); Kaya DeAngelis (Saint John Paul II)
MVP: Sophia Bruno
CAPE ANN LEAGUE
KINNEY: Caitlin Reilly, Keely Hannon (North Reading); Emma Penniman, Kyla Story (Triton); Nikki Mitchell (Pentucket); Emily Meleedy (Newburyport); Ava Gamache (Lynnfield)
MVP: Emily Meleedy
BAKER: Liv Delong, Alana Delisle, Ella Bezanson, Olivia Levasseur, Izzy Levasseur (Amesbury); Kelsea Anderson (Rockport); Lexi James (Ipswich); Allison Mansfield (Georgetown)
MVP: Alana Delisle, Liv Delong
CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE
Ava Maloof, Abby Brooks, Haley Coupal, McKenzie Faherty, Haley Petrucci (Bishop Feehan); Jenna Chaplain, Lily Newhall, Emely Rodriguez (St. Mary’s); Alyxandra Rossi, Brianna Meroli, Ava Intoppa (Austin Prep); Shelby Parr, Jill Ondrick, Alyssa Burke, Emma Chenette (Archbishop Williams); Emma Barnes, Ava Loud (Cardinal Spellman); Kathleen Simmons, Kara MacDonald, Maddie Connolly (Arlington Catholic); Gigi Aupont, Ariannna Costello (Bishop Fenwick); Mikayla Brightman (Bishop Stang)
MVP: Haley Coupal
Mia Mitchell, Jaslyn Iraola, Zaria Jean-Pierre, Kelia Bragg (Malden Catholic); Shannon MacLeod, Olivia Gauthier, Pipler Levin (Notre Dame); Priya Raskin, Colleen Ganley, Waverly Smart (Ursuline); Emmerson Finnigan, Ava Donaghue (Fontbonne); Viottoria Kehayias (Mt. Alvernia)
COMMONWEALTH ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
Carly Smith, Alexis Martineau, Jacqui Martineau (Notre Dame); Jayda Marshall, Brenna Croteau, Caroline Lavallee (Greater Lawrence); Taylor Nuzzo (Northeast); Ashley Hart, Hannah Richard, Kayleigh Pearson (Nashoba Tech); Adria Stys, Kaylee Wiroll (Greater Lowell); Angie Galligani, Kylee McDonough (Lowell Catholic); Sandra Watne, Mia Bisso, Kayla Mirisola (Shawsheen); Isa Bishop, Haley Roach, Ariana Barrows (Essex Tech); Emily Gram, Kaylee Habib, Maddie Noury, Kaitlyn Hurley, Willmeri Valera (Whittier); Ariella Long (Lynn Tech); Cole Savage, Oli Lorenz (Minuteman); Gianna Gray, Carrissa Loesch, Bailey DeLeire (Mystic Valley); Mikellys Perez, Rebecca Unubun (KIPP)
MVP: Emily Gram, Jayda Marshall
DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE
Ellie Mitchell, Laney Mead, Cassidy Schuman, Bella Fernald, Kaylee Grace (Bedford); Ymari Blackmon, Janae Santos, Mia Benzan, Naziha Alfrid (Cambridge); Sydney Hanlon, Paige Fitzgerald, Maya Riley (Boston Latin); Maya Lee, Annabelle Roberts, Sophia Fantoni (Wayland); Bella Pettinato (Weston); Ragini Kannan, April Collamore, Mia Clark, Sarah Kirby (Westford Academy); Madi Wong, Isabel Frassica, Avianna Kuperman, Sofia Hazarika (Newton South); Hope Huntowski, Lia Mazzocchi, Lauren Blanchette (Lincoln-Sudbury); Song Leav, Fiona Casey, Lily Newcombe (Acton-Boxboro); Madi Gambino, Nicole Celi, Emma Tonies (Concord-Carlisle); Julia Caissie (Waltham)
GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE
Izzy Faessler, Reese Brinkler, Manuela Lizardo (Lynn Classical); Kayley Rossi, Kristi Skane, Gianna Masucci (Everett); Kata DiRusso, Livi Tufts, Rebecca Price (Medford); Lissette Curran, Peyton Lightbody (Malden); Ava Hardy, Nikki Grover (Somerville ); Janeishelly Morales (Chelsea); Lea Doucette (Revere); Janessa Lopez, Autumn Whitney (Lynn English)
MVP: Izzy Faessler, Celeste Fuccillo
Kelly Colleran, Mandi Hanewich, Zoey McDonough (North Attleboro); Ava Kelly, Meg Sherwood, Jordan Bennett, Charlotte Raymond, Taylor Regan (King Philip); Kaycee DeMoura, Liv Mendonca, Angie Lynch, Hayle Krockta (Taunton); Katie Melendy, Maddie Homer (Oliver Ames); Vittoria Cuscia, Peyton Feldman (Foxboro); Lily Routhier, Lindsey Perry, Lauren Ebby (Attleboro); Sydney Menz, Alyssa Edwards (Stoughton); Callie Lake (Mansfield); Hayle Fales (Franklin)
MVP: Kelly Colleran
MAYFLOWER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
LARGE: Isabella Burke, Madeline Hornung, Caliegh DeMartino, Julie Chisholm (Southeastern); Emma Medeiros, Patryce Vital, Abbey Macedo (Diman); Faith Boutin, Riley Dennelle (Tri-County); Erin Jackson (Bristol-Plymouth); Sylvia Cull (Blue Hills)
MVP: Madeline Hornung
SMALL: Kyler West, Colleen McCarthy, Taylor Sirois, Christina Russell (Bristol Aggie); Bree Clark, Gabby Reinbold, Marlaina Piolucci (Norfolk Aggie); McKenzie Jepsen, Zoey Bradshaw (South Shore); Abby Orzechowski (Old Colony); Keeley Thornell (Upper Cape); Ana Rolfe (Cape Cod Tech)
MVP: Kyler West
COMPREHENSIVE: Taylor Dolan, Candace Sumner, Alyssa Slamin, Taylor DiBona (Holbrook); Amanda Jacques, Neala Boyd, Lilly Martel (West Bridgewater); Peyton Mahjoory, Abbey Silvia (Westport); Dahlia Parent (Avon); Samantha O’Leary (Bishop Connolly)
MVP: Taylor Dolan
MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE
FIRST TEAM: Naomi Boldebuck (Billerica); Kiele Coleman, Brooke Tardugno (Methuen); Hayley Rapaglia, Julia Malowitz (Central Catholic); Sam Perkins, Sam Ryan (Tewksbury); Maddi Parrish (Andover); Liv DeCicco (Haverhill); Julianna Roche, Brigid Gaffny (North Andover); Adrianna Capozzi (Chelmsford); Ally Lussier (Dracut); Giana LaCedra (Lowell); Thiana Brito (Lawrence)
MVP: Giana LaCedra, Thiana Brito
LIBERTY: Analise Grady, Jackie Malley, Sally Cashin, Caroline Higgins (Reading); Morgan Barmash, Jenna Taylor, Madi Soderquist (Woburn); Devon Carey, Izzy Barron, Ava Glavine, Lidia Palys (Lexington); Natalie Fotopoulos, Solene Fisher, Piper Guiney, Monica Obedzinski (Arlington); Gabby Kaduson (Winchester); Grace Rocca (Belmont)
MVP: Analise Grady
FREEDOM: Cece Imbimbo, Madoson King, Cassidy Soohoo, Charlotte Willey, Reece McLean (Burlington); Paige Butland, Allida Kelliher, Emma Kane, Nora Leach (Wakefield); Abby LaClair, Bella Kieran, Lily Mackenzie, Sofia Scalifani (Wilmington); Maddie Kozlowski, Lauren Overlan, Ava Husson, Maddi Tobin (Melrose)
MVP: Cece Imbimbo
Lindsey Gannon, Mya Perron, Noelle McLane, Nikki Erricila (Beverly); Ava Gray, Sophia Papamechail, Emily Goddard (Danvers); Natalie Aiello, Riley Thibodeau, Cameron Carroll (Gloucester); Annika Haley (Marblehead); Kate Love, Amber Goudreau, Sam Serino, Maggie Caron (Masconomet); Abby Bettencourt, Izzy Bettencourt, Emma Bloom, Penny Spack, Gina Terrazzano, Kiley Dodlin, Logan Lomasney (Peabody); Cassadi O’Leary, Liv Loux (Salem); Fallon Millerick, Ryann Moloney, Felicia Reppucci (Saugus); Nicolette Fraser, Megan Holmes, Moscoso (Swampscott); Summer Tallent (Winthrop)
MVP: Abby Bettencourt
KEENAN: Caroline Collins, Marissa Durette, Maggie Ladd, Meg Banzi, Kylee Carafoli (Plymouth North); Caroline Peterson, Samantha Waters, Madyson Bryan, Jayme Carr (Silver Lake); Halle Morton, Jesse Mulrey, Sarah Holler (Hingham); Jess Morrison, Samantha Bongiolatti (Marshfield); Annie Cook (Whitman-Hanson); Sydney Philbrick (Duxbury)
MVP: Caroline Peterson
FISHER: McKenzie Foley, Abby Hanna, Noey Giardina, Kaelyn Chase, Abby Smith (Hanover); Jordan Shine, Olivia Skeiber, Maria Cantino, Kelly McGee (Pembroke); Lauren Trostel, Elli Cicchetti, Morgan Brenner (Plymouth South); Emma Glavin, Maggie Lynch (Quincy); Orla O’Driscoll (North Quincy); Victoria Fahey (Scituate)
MVP: Emma Glavin
SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE
Hannah Greene (Bourne); Olivia Silva, Hailey Berube (Case); Eliana Raposo, Lucy LaTour (Dighton-Rehoboth); Gabriela Rocha-Medeiros, Olivia Couto, Ava Pepin (Fairhaven); Kylee Caetano, Madison Medeiros, Lena Tsonis (Greater New Bedford); Rylee Kouta (Old Rochester); Laney Martin, Mary Jo-Laudati, Gabriella Nugent (Somerset Berkley ); Marina Cadena (Wareham)
MVP: Kylee Caetano
Amelia Davis, Sydnee Ramos, Lilly Gray (New Bedford); Taylor Feist, Riain Keefe, Taylor Reid, Lily Welch (Bridgewater-Raynnham); Megan Arruda, Aubrey Carberry (Dartmouth); Caoime Wernsing, Ahnika DeGrace (Brockton); Niyah Boone, Mia Jacob (Durfee)
SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE
TOBIN: Madison Mills, Chelsea Amaral (Rockland); Maddie Prado, Aine Manning, Sarah Langtry (Carver); Taylor Soderberg, Angelina Grimes (Hull/Cohasset); Sophia Bergonzi (Mashpee)
PYO: Maddie Prado
SULLIVAN: Cassidy Machado, Haley Puzzo, Melody Rees, Alexis Bouldry, Alexandra Welch (Middleboro); Hannah Burton, Amanda Murphy, Maggie Schlossberg (East Bridgewater); Maggie Donohue, Abby Greene, Carly Ryan (Norwell); Maddie Perry, Shannon Varvitsiotis, Calli Pineau (Abington)
POY: Cassidy Machado
Ryannne Haynes (Bellingham); Christina Gentile, Samantha Gillen, Alaina Martin, Taylor Peckham (Dedham); Lucy Maurao, Sydney Miccile, Emma Wood (Holliston); Ashley Callery, Caroline DeSimone, Holly Paharik (Hopkinton); Lily Goodman, Kaelyn Larkin (Medfield); Olivia Klaus, Zoe Ratcliffe (Medway); Riley Caulfield, Francesca Pizzarella (Millis); Morgan Antosca, Sandy Fairbairn (Norton); Grace DiLeo, Samantha Rose (Norwood); Bridget Mulkeen (Westwood)
MVP: Samantha Rose, Francesca Pizzarella