Player School Pos. Yr. Fast facts
Clare Ahern Williamsville North M 12 A three-sport standout, she also plays basketball and lacrosse. Team captain of Spartans for three years.
Mary Crumlish Williamsville North G 12 Had a shutout in Far West Regionals against Webster-Schroeder. Will play the sport at Siena next year.
Kelsey Chai Pioneer M 11 Attends West Valley Central School, but plays for Pioneer. Has been a team MVP for last two seasons.
Abby D’Amato Iroquois M 12 The four-year starter had the chance to play with her sisters this year, and hopes to do it again in college.
Abby Ferenczy Williamsville South M 11 Second all-WNY selection of career. Already has scored 50 goals and 40 assists in career. Starts in softball.
Shannon Quinlan Williamsville North A 11 Selected as team’s offensive MVP. Has started every game in career, and can play any position except goalie.
Marnie Reidell Williamsville South M 10 Moved into starting lineup as a freshman. Was picked to participate in the Futures National Championship.
Leah Rogers Williamsville East M 11 Her most memorable goal came when she tallied in double overtime to beat Clarence. Also plays lacrosse.
McKenna Rushford Amherst M 12 Was all-WNY pick in 2014 as well. Will be attending University of Cincinnati next year to play lacrosse.
Sarah Schultz Akron A 12 Led the Niagara-Orleans league in goals with 17. Had seven of them in one game, a victory over Medina.
Jenna Sobol Amherst M 11 Titles seem to follow her, as in four years of varsity of play she has won three Sectional championships.
Holly Stiller Iroquois D 10 Was considered a top defensive player in ECIC last year. Honored for work in win over Williamsville South.
Abigail Stone Akron D 10 Has been all-conference in Niagara-Orleans league three straight times. All-WNY in softball last spring.
Lauren Vacinek Pioneer M 12 The captain of the Panthers, she moved up from an ECIC second-team all-conference pick last year.