PAIGE CRANDALL (MVP)

South Jefferson

Senior

Goalie

Stats: 87 Saves, 44.1 save pct.,19 ground balls

College: Le Moyne

“Passionate goalie whom has done all the work to get to the level she is at. Playing goalie for nine years is tough, but some people were made for the job and she is one of them. ”

— South Jefferson coach

Jen Williams

MACKENZIE ALEXANDER

South Jefferson

Senior

Midfielder

Stats: 54 goals, 32 assists, 77 draw controls, 19 ground balls

College: St. John Fisher

“Mackenzie is a very conscientious player with a very high skill level. Mackenzie’s knowledge and passion of the game has brought our program to a high level of high school lacrosse.”

— South Jefferson coach

Jen Williams

ANNA BAUTER

General Brown

Senior

Midfield

Stats: 24 goals, 5 assists, 33 draw controls, 38 ground balls

College: UMass-Lowell

“Anna is such a versatile player. We were able to utilize her in a few different positions and she excelled at all of them. She understands the game so well which makes her a great player.”

— General Brown coach

Katie St. Pierre

ALEXIS FARR

General Brown

Senior

Midfield

Stats: 66 goals, 19 assists, 50 draw controls, 31 ground balls

College: St. Rose

“Lexi has evolved as an offensive threat over the years. Playing in the paint during basketball has helped her to become an amazing cutter. She is our number one finisher.”

— General Brown coach

Katie St. Pierre

SAVANNAH FISH

South Jefferson

Senior

Midfield

Stats: 50 goals, 20 assists, 68 draw controls, 29 ground balls

College: Le Moyne

“Savannah is a athlete who makes her presence up and down the field. Her lacrosse IQ helps her execute the necessary skills to be a next level midfield player.”

— South Jefferson coach

Jen Williams

JULIA LAVARNWAY

Watertown

Senior

Attack

Stats: 44 goals, 42 assists

College: Clarkson

“Julia is proof positive that hard work and dedication will make you successful in life. She steadily improved throughout her varsity career. ... She has earned the respect of her teammates and the rest of the league.”

— Watertown coach

Tony Hazard

AMANDA MCELHERAN

Immaculate Heart

Senior

Midfield

Stats: 59 goals, 31 assists

College: UAlbany

“Amanda has been an exceptional leader for us the past three years. She is a great athlete and lacrosse player that has been our offensive leader this season. Her knowledge and skill make her a threat on the entire field.”

— IHC coach Jason Burto

CLAIRE ODETT

Carthage

Senior

Midfield

Stats: 94 goals, 24 assists, 55 ground balls, 107 draw controls

College: Ohio State

“Claire led us in every statistical category and her performance was integral to our success. She leads by example and is the player all of our young athletes should strive to emulate.”

— Carthage coach

Sean Gorman

HANNAH STEVENSON

Canton

Senior

Attack

Stats: 55 goals, 12 assists

College: SUNY Potsdam

“Hannah is a key contributor to our team, but especially our offense. Her passing and scoring ability make her a threat any time we have the ball, but her ability to cause turnovers is also key.”

— Canton coach

Murphy Newman

NATALIE STROUGH

South Jefferson

Senior

Attack

Stats: 36 goals, 46 assists, 45 ground balls

College: Brockport

“Natalie stepped into a integral role for us this year and made a strong impact on our teams success. Her versatility playing behind helped us extend our season once again.”

— South Jefferson coach

Jen Williams

BAILEY THOMAS

General Brown

Sophomore

Midfield

Stats: 39 goals, 83 assists, 88 draw controls, 21 ground balls

College: Undecided

“Bailey’s anticipation of her teammates moves is incredible. Her ability to see the field and feed the ball through multiple defenders has been a major factor to our team’s success.”

— General Brown coach

Katie St. Pierre

MEGAN WHITLEY

South Jefferson

Junior

Defense

Stats: 24 goals, 5 assists, 39 draw controls, 28 ground balls

College: UConn

“Hardworking, all business, no nonsense player who takes pride in all the non statistical attributes it takes to for her team to win. A competitor who leaves it all on the field.”

— South Jefferson coach

Jen Williams

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