Kayla Kenney, Central Bucks South
The senior is headed to Villanova on a full scholarship. There, she will join former Titans teammate Madison Harding on the Wildcats squad. According to C.B. South coach Marie Schmucker, Kenney is very "cool and collected" on the field. She also has great stickwork.
Gabby Major, Spring-Ford
There was no "sophomore jinx" for Major, who had made people sit up and take notice last season when she was a freshman. In leading the Rams to a 17-7 record and a berth in the PIAA Class AAA playoffs, Major scored 33 goals and added seven assists this season.
Brooke Sabia, Mount St. Joseph
Half of the Magic's Sabia duo - twin Allie is the other half - Brooke Sabia added plenty of speed to the team's attack. Playing a defensive middie spot, the senior finished the season with 15 goals and seven assists. She had 38 career goals.
Amanda Fuertsch, Owen J. Roberts
Fuertsch is one of the key players who carried the Wildcats to the first District 1 Class AAA championship in the school's 50-year history. Fuerstch scored 17 goals and distributed 13 assists as a senior.
Jackie Hibbs, Wissahickon
A natural, all-around athlete, the junior made the Trojans (18-5) go. She works hard with or without the ball. "Jackie didn't have a bad game," said Wissahickon's first-year coach, Lauren Luft.
Meghan McCullough, Plymouth Whitemarsh
McCullough, a senior, joined with Mollie Gotzfread to give the Colonials a strong midfield. McCullough, who plans to play for Quinnipiac next season, had 13 goals and 12 assists to lead her team to a 13-5 record under veteran coach Marianne Papparone.
Taylor Yoder, Souderton
When Indians coach Mary Ann Harris needed some experience to shore up a young defense this season, she turned to Yoder, a senior who played midfield and as a deep defender. Yoder, also a centerfielder for the Indians' softball team, was a four-year starter in field hockey. She's headed to La Salle.
Zoe Kale, Wissahickon
Kale helped lead a defense that carried the Trojans to an 18-4 record and a berth in the PIAA playoffs. The Trojans defense allowed just 36 goals and recorded five shutouts.
Emily Guthier, Central Bucks East
Guthier kept the Patriots in virtually every game they played. In a scoreless tie with Council Rock North, the senior made 35 stops. In a 3-0 loss to Central Bucks South, she stopped 22 shots. She's headed to to play for Haverford College, which has been a longtime dream of hers.