Albion senior defender Kelsey Schmitt joined Lindke in earning first-team honors. Schmitt anchored the Lady Purple Eagles' back line in a strong campaign that included an upset victory over Amherst in the Class B pre-quarterfinals, under the guidance of veteran coach Bruce Blanchard.
Medina star midfielder Taylor Miller, a senior, earned all-league second-team honors after a season that included 15 goals and five assists. Miller spearheaded the Lady Mustang attack all season long, in a 2013 campaign that ended in an overtime loss to No. 1 seed City Honors in the Class B pre-quarterfinal round.
Albion also placed four girls on the second team: senior forward Abby Squicciarini (15 goals and seven assists), sophomore forward Mariah Elsenheimer (17 goals and 10 assists), senior midfielder Kayla Doyle and senior defender Arianna Smith.
Roy-Hart junior midfielder Taylor Fry and junior defender Hannah Rausch earned second-team honors as well, while Lady Rams senior Melissa Zakrzewski, sophomore Amber Villella and junior Ashley Bower earned N-O honorable mention.
Albion senior Kendall Piccirilli, junior Mandi Covis and junior Monica Benjovski earned honorable mention honors, as well.