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.
The first team was rounded out by Akron’s Paige Buscaglia, Caitlin Regan, Erica Papke and Alex Eckerson, Newfane's Savannah Jonathan and Sophie Connor, and Wilson's Lauren Austin, Angela Goodman, Kaylee Stoelting and Katlynne Tubo.
Wilson won the league with an undefeated 12-0-2 record during the regular season, while Akron took second place at 12-1-1. Newfane finished third at 9-4-1, just edging Albion, who finished at 9-5.
Roy-Hart took fifth place at 6-8, while the Lady Mustangs finished at 4-10 in league play. Barker and CSAT tied for seventh place at 1-13 in the N-O league.