2016 All-County Girls’ Lacrosse

Cecil Whig - - 6 1 2 1 - WHIG STAFF RE­PORT

Coach of The Year Mary Dun­man, Per­ryville

Guided Pan­thers to 10-1 reg­u­lar sea­son and per­fect record in lower di­vi­sion to win Susque­hanna ti­tle with help of as­sis­tant coaches … will com­pete in up­per Ch­e­sa­peake Di­vi­sion next sea­son … un­de­feated against county op­po­nents … de­feated up­per-di­vi­sion Havre de Grace for first time in nine years … earned top seed in 2A-1A North Re­gion Sec­tion II Tour­na­ment … reached third-straight re­gion fi­nal af­ter beat­ing Bo­hemia Manor 21-0 on May 13 and Elk­ton 14-6 on May 13 … third­straight Coach of The Year award and fourth in last five years.

Player of The Year

Syd­nie Bjork Per­ryville, Jr., Att. County’s first three-time Player of The Year in girls’ lacrosse … led Pan­thers in goals (57) and points (88) … recorded 31 as­sists … won 40 draws … col­lected 47 ground balls … in­ter­cepted four passes …high lacrosse IQ, could im­pact the game even when face-guarded and de­nied the ball … hard, ac­cu­rate shooter … served as ju­nior cap­tain for Susque­hanna Di­vi­sion cham­pi­ons … three-time All-County Player of the Year.

Maura Mul­doon Elk­ton, Sr., Att. Se­nior leader on Golden Elks’ at­tack unit … scored 30 goals and dis­trib­uted 10 as­sists while start­ing ev­ery game … led Elk­ton with six points (four goals and two as­sists) in 2A-1A North Re­gion Sec­tion II Semi­fi­nal win over county ri­val North East on May 13 … back-to-back All-County se­lec­tion.

Bea Mus­cella Per­ryville, So., Att. Key con­trib­u­tor to Ce­cil County’s top of­fense … recorded 34 goals and 18 as­sists for 52 points … scooped 38 ground balls and con­trolled 11 draws … in­ter­cepted three passes … helped Pan­thers to un­de­feated record against county teams and di­vi­sion op­po­nents … 2015 honorable men­tion.

Liz Zata­lava Ris­ing Sun, So., Att. Tigers leader in goals (34) and as­sists (24) … recorded 58 points to­tal … scored on nearly 50 per­cent of her shots … picked up 28 ground balls … tal­lied four goals in­clud­ing gamewin­ner with 1:34 re­main­ing in 12-11 come­back win over Elk­ton on April 25.

Bri­anna Christie North East, Sr., Mid. Top goal scorer in Ce­cil County with 69 … fast mid­fielder able to dodge to the goal with ease … fin­ished 48 per­cent of shots on goal … sec­ond on In­di­ans with 14 as­sists … recorded eight goals and one as­sist against Elk­ton and Aberdeen on April 27 and April 29, re­spec­tively … back-to-back All-County se­lec­tion.

Erin DePaul Elk­ton, Jr., Mid. Ju­nior led Golden Elks with 54 goals and 18 as­sists for 72 points … one of county’s most dom­i­nant forces on draw con­trol … scored five goals, in­clud­ing three in fi­nal seven min­utes and game win­ner in over­time dur­ing 11-10 win at Ris­ing Sun on April 8 … back-to­back All-County se­lec­tion.

Amy O’Dell North East, Sr., Mid. Sec­ond on In­di­ans in goals (41) and team leader in as­sists (17) … fin­ished with 58 to­tal points … quar­ter­backed of­fense from be­hind the goal … ac­cu­rate shooter, fin­ished 53 per­cent of shots … 2015 honorable men­tion se­lec­tion.

Ta­lyor Poore Per­ryville, Sr., Mid. Pas­sion­ate, dy­namic player that fin­ished sec­ond to team­mate Syd­nie Bjork for most points in county … recorded 85 points (45 goals and 40 as­sists) … four-year player that helped Pan­thers pro­gram reach new heights … won 47 draws … col­lected 63 ground balls … in­ter­cepted three passes … twoway mid­fielder with ma­jor pres­ence on both ends … three-time All-County se­lec­tion.

Jess Bor­chardt Ris­ing Sun, Sr., Def. Tigers leader with 42 ground balls … caused team-high 15 turnovers … scored three goals on only seven shots … hand­out out two as­sists … helped Tigers to sec­ond seed in 3A2A North Re­gion Sec­tion II Tour­na­ment and first-round win over East­ern Tech.

Tay­lor DiPi­etro Per­ryville, Jr., Def. Low de­fender who started Pan­thers’ tran­si­tion to at­tack … caused 10 turnovers and scooped 22 ground balls … recorded three as­sists … key piece in team’s double teams and would face guard top op­pos­ing at­tack­ers … back-to-back All-County se­lec­tion.

Ally Remesch Per­ryville, Sr., Def. Un­sung hero and fouryear player that helped Pan­thers im­prove each year, re­sult­ing in Susque­hanna Di­vi­sion ti­tle as se­nior … con­trolled 17 draws and in­ter­cepted eight passes … gath­ered 21 ground balls … played up at mid­field and recorded 21 goals and 17 as­sists … among top de­fen­sive play­ers to come through Ce­cil County … three-time Al­lCounty se­lec­tion.

De­laney Shertz Elk­ton, Jr., Def. Strong­est, most con­sis­tent de­fender for Golden Elks … col­lected 30 ground balls while an­chor­ing de­fense … ju­nior started ev­ery game for team.

Kelsey Perkins Ris­ing Sun, Sr., GK Back line of Tigers de­fense … se­nior stopped 101 shots on the sea­son … came up clutch late in sev­eral close con­tests … saves crit­i­cal to Tigers’ three one-goal vic­to­ries.

Honorable Men­tion Cather­ine Scia­manna, Bo­hemia Manor An­gel Lowe, Elk­ton Anna Gam­ble, North East Mack­en­sie Kilby, North East Ki­ley McMullen, North East Ab­bie Jones, Per­ryville Jor­dan Jus­tice, Per­ryville Kyleigh Knell, Per­ryville Lo­gan Alexan­der, Ris­ing Sun Heather Amos, Ris­ing Sun Jas­myne Moore, Ris­ing Sun Mag­gie Palfi, Ris­ing Sun

CE­CIL WHIG FILE PHOTO

Syd­nie Bjork has been named the first three-time Player of the Year in Ce­cil County his­tory.

DIPI­ETRO, PER­RYVILLE

REMESCH, PER­RYVILLE

SCHERTZ, ELK­TON

PERKINS, RIS­ING SUN

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