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2018 Coaches All-WNY Girls Lacrosse Team

Pos. Player School Grade Fast fact

A Charleigh Rondeau, Amherst, 11, Student of game who took most draws for Tigers, Rondeau recorded 38 goals for Section VI Class C runner-up.

A Anjali Silverheels, Hamburg, 10, Third-year player had breakout season, recording career-bests in goals (46), assists (36) and points (82) for the Bulldogs.

A Morgan Baxendale, 12, Orchard Park, Division II Franklin Pierce-commit scored 74 goals and had 93 points in helping Quakers reach Class A final.

A/M Katie Dlugosz, Frontier, 12, Solid, fundamental talent for the Class B champions, Dlugosz finished with 33 goals and 50 points.

M Taylor Gehen, Frontier, 12, Repeat selection and one of the best all-around players in the area led Falcons in goals (67), draw controls (70).

M Emma O'Neill, Hamburg, 12, Determined, fearless competitor scored more than 100 goals and dominated in face-off circle for the Bulldogs.

M Jalyn Jimerson, Lake Shore, 12, 2018 Borrelli Award winner as top senior player in the area, Jimerson had 51 goals and 100 points.

M Ivy Santana, Lake Shore, 12, One of many talents on the Section VI Class C champions, Santana recorded team-highs of 51 goals, 49 assists and 100 points.

M Stephanie Herrnreiter, Lancaster, 10, Versatile player led Legends in ground balls (38) and assists (29) and ranked second in goals (43).

M Maddie Mazur, Lancaster, 10, Third-year veteran and team MVP led Section VI Class AA champions in draw controls (129) and goals (64).

M Lois Garlow, Mount St. Mary, 11, Garlow led all of WNY in goals (95) and points (147) in guiding Thunder to Monsignor Martin final.

D/M Marissa Comerate, Frontier, 12, Intense player with high lacrosse IQ finished second on team in draw controls (67) and poured in 36 goals.

D TaNia Cunningham, Nichols, 12, Fast, tenacious defender was hard to beat 1-on-1. Scored 18 goals, won 61 draws and forced 48 turnovers.

G Maren Geiger, Nichols, 12, After missing some time while recovering from a knee injury, future Niagara Purple Eagle shined for the Vikings.

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