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2017-18 Citizens’ Voice Girls Lacrosse All-Stars

June 22, 2018 GMT

Samantha Brumagin

School: Crestwood

Year: Senior

Position: Defense

One of the WVC coaches’ first-team defensive picks helped the Comets allow six goals or fewer in seven of their eight league wins, including two shutouts. Their 70 goals allowed were third in the WVC by a thin margin.

 

Grace Butler

School: Lake-Lehman

Year: Senior

Position: Goalkeeper

Butler was one of the best goalies in the league, as evidenced by a stretch of seven straight league games with five goals or fewer allowed. She helped make sure Lehman’s strong attack put games out of reach.

 

Lauren Delamater

School: Dallas

Year: Junior

Position: Attack

Delamater led the way for the Mountaineers’ offense with goals in all but one league game and hat tricks in seven of them. She posted team-high totals in goals (36) and assists (10).

 

Julia Gabriel

School: Wyoming Seminary

Year: Senior

Position: Midfield

Gabriel scored 20 goals and assisted seven more, and she helped hold down a Sem midfield that controlled most of the Blue Knights’ games. Sem kept the pressure on the attack with strong defense and passing in the middle.

 

Alicia Galasso

School: Lake-Lehman

Year: Senior

Position: Attack

Galasso was the lone senior in the Black Knights’ trio of scoring threats. Her final season with the program included 40 goals and 8 assists, including a best effort of seven goals in an early victory.

 

Nicole Joanlanne

School: Wyoming Seminary

Year: Sophomore

Position: Midfield

Joanlanne was a consistent contributor to Sem’s tough midfield unit. Seven multi-goal games brought her season total to 20 goals and seven assists as she helped cycle the offense up the field.

 

Bailey Jordan

School: Pittston Area

Year: Senior

Position: Midfield

Jordan was a senior standout for Pittston Area’s developing program. She made up nearly half of the Patriots’ production with 23 goals, including one in every game and a best of five in a single contest.

 

Emma Kelleher

School: Wyoming Area

Year: Sophomore

Position: Attack

Kelleher scored in bunches for a solid WVC team that made it to the D2 semifinals. She finished with 26 goals in league play, including a seven-goal game and two more each of five and four goals.

 

Christina Kilyanek

School: Wyoming Seminary

Year: Junior

Position: Attack

Kilyanek started the year on a tear of five straight games with three or more goals and didn’t slow down much. She ended the WVC slate with a team-best 33 goals and was a key component of another D2 title.

 

Natasha Koslop

School: Crestwood

Year: Senior

Position: Attack

Koslop wraps up a varsity career that is hard to match, having passed the 200-goal milestone this year. She led the Comets into the D2 semifinals after a season that featured a team-high 39 goals.

 

Cassidy Orzel

School: Wyoming Area

Year: Sophomore

Position: Midfield

Orzel was tough to stop all season. She scored in every game on the way to a team-leading 36-goal season, and she did so with three or more goals in all but two WVC contests.

 

Mia Raineri

School: Wyoming Seminary

Year: Junior

Position: Goalkeeper

Raineri was once again one of the WVC’s top shot-stoppers this year as Sem continued its reign atop District 2. She held opposing teams to 68 goals all season as Sem cruised to an average final of 14.3-5.67.

 

Melinda Ratchford

School: Dallas

Year: Senior

Position: Midfield

Like Delamater, Ratchford paced the Dallas offense as a constant scoring option. She found the net in every league game and was second on the Mountaineers with 26 goals at season’s end.

 

Kate Roberts

School: Lake-Lehman

Year: Junior

Position: Attack

Roberts couldn’t be stopped much in a dominant season. She flashed speed and skill as she ended the regular season with 42 goals and 20 assists, and she willed Lehman through a D2 finals loss with seven goals.

 

Emily Sims

School: Wyoming Seminary

Year: Senior

Position: Attack

Sims was Sem’s top producer on its way to District 2 title No. 8. She tied for the team lead with 33 goals in league play and had a team-high 11 assists as she left her mark in her final season.