A junior in her third season with the Lady Panthers, Adams was selected as the CCAA Division 3 co-defensive player of the year. ... She helped Panama hold opponents to the third-lowest goal total in the league.
An anchor in the middle of the defense, Berg, a senior, helped lead the Bears deep into the playoffs for the second straight season. ... A Division 1 first-team choice, she was also named the Bears' co-MVP. ... Also scored four goals and had nine assists, the fourth-highest total on her team.
In just her second varsity season, Franczak netted 33 points - 10 goals and 13 assists - in helping Maple Grove win a third straight league title. ... One of just three sophomores on Division 2 first-team all-stars. ... Scored at least two goals twice, including one hat trick, and had four assists against Barker.
Led Fredonia to the Section 6 Class B quarterfinals when she scored a goal in the first minute and then added two assists in a victory over JFK. ... Was tops on the team in points (41), goals (16) and assists (9). ... Had two hat tricks this season.
A three-time Post-Journal all-star selection, Mann was named the Bears' co-MVP this season after scoring 11 goals with four assists. ... Was a first-team choice for the Division 2 all-star team for the third consecutive season.
Selected to the first-team of Division 2, this senior scored a team-high 15 goals to go along with nine assists, which put her in the top 35 for scoring in all of Section 6. ... Recorded at least two goals in five different games.
Sirwatka, a sophomore, was one of four Lady Red Dragons selected to the first-team of Division 2. ... This midfielder had 10 goals and seven assists. ... Biggest goal came on Sept. 14 against Salamanca, when she capped a comeback win by scoring a goal with 18 seconds left in regulation.
This sophomore had one goal and two assists for the Lady Red Dragons, but her biggest contributions came on defense. ... On Division 2 first team. ... In just her second season on the varsity, contributed to a defense that surrendered just seven goals on the way to a perfect 14-0 Division 2 record.
This senior followed an impressive, 28-goal junior season with a 16 goal, 15 assist performance this season. ... Her 47 points were 21st-best in Section 6, and third-best in all of the CCAA. ... Was named to the first-team of Division 2. ... She scored at least one point in 16 of 18 games.
Volk, a sophomore, was a Division 1 first-team choice who was 11th in all of the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association with 16 goals and one assist for a team-leading 33 points. ... The forward led Falconer to a 10-5-2 record, and her point total was the 27th-best in all of Section 6.
A junior goalkeeper who was named to the Class D all-state fourth-team. ... A Division 3 first-team selection. ... She made 61 saves and allowed just 11 goals over 1,285 minutes for a 85 percent save percentage and a 0.685 GAA. ... Stopped 14 of 15 shots in a 1-0 loss in the state Class D semifinals.
This freshman led area scorers with 21 goals, the 14th-highest total in Section 6. ... Selected the Class D all-state second-team. ... Was named the Division 3 offensive player of the year, adding eight assists to her goal-total for 50 points, which was good enough for 19th overall in the section.