Pos. Name, School, Year, fast fact
SS Molly Breier, Eden, 12, Defensive and offensive standout fueled Raiders' run to B-2 final, finishing with .974 fielding percentage, .729 slugging percentage.
P/INF Abby Borkowski, Kenmore West, 11, Niagara Frontier League Player of the Year had 25 RBIs, 22 runs scored and posted 2.71 ERA.
P Karsen Cotton, Depew, 12, Posted 0.99 ERA during regular season, got stingier in playoffs lowering it to 0.14 for state runner-up Wildcats.
P Hannah Cybart, Fredonia, 12, Hillbillies' ace posted .61 ERA as she allowed just nine earned runs. Capped career with 43-3 mark.
P Laura Gregory, Mount Mercy, 11, Two-time first-team All-Catholic struck out 28 in 18.2 innings of work in league play for the Magic.
SS Christy Mack, Williamsville East, 10, ECIC II Player of the Year and Flames' cleanup hitter drove in 33 runs, scored 29.
P Emily Nicosia, Williamsville North, 12, Senior struck out 124 in 111 innings and hit .435 with a .978 slugging percentage for the Spartans.
SS Kara Paradowski, Lancaster, 12, Legends' leadoff hitter stole 25 bases, had 21 RBIs and set school record for hits (49).
P Jenna Patterson, Lancaster, 11, Legends ace allowed just 14 earned runs and was at her best against ECIC I foes (0.50 ERA).
P Anilese Kelly, West Seneca East, 11, Repeat selection struck out 98 batters in 92.1 innings and posted 1.67 ERA. She also batted .393.
P Alyssa Ramarge, Olean, 11, Huskies' top player posted a 1.40 ERA and led offense with .551 average and three homers.
1B Madison Stewart, Orchard Park, 11, Quakers' leadoff hitter finished with 31 hits and played nearly flawless defense, posting .992 fielding percentage.
2B Rachel Steffan, Williamsville East, 10, Another super sophomore for the Flames, she finished with team-highs in hits (41) and runs (30).
C Abby Stone, Akron, 11, Dangerous hitter also played flawless defense (1.000 fielding percentage), yielding just one stolen base all season.