Macadoff, whose leadership was apparent on the field, has 31 career goals and 19 assists.
Sheridan Street, River Hill. Street led the county's public school players with 53 points (22 goals, nine assists). Those numbers include a hat trick against Mount de Sales, six game-winning goals, and five two-goal games. Street, who has committed to Syracuse, had a goal and/or assist in 16 of 19 games for the unbeaten Class 3A state champs.
Street, a Player of the Year nominee and a repeat first-team player, has "tremendous speed with the ball on her feet, can go through double teams, has very precise and accurate passing, and is very determined and driven for success," Song said. Street "will do anything for the team's success."
"She had a great junior year, but I expect even bigger things from her," said Song about his prolific scorer, who has 46 goals and 17 assists in three years.
Katie Arensmeier, River Hill. A playmaker, Arensmeier controlled the middle for the Hawks and was always looking to send the ball up top. She set up six winning goals and, with eight goals and 12 assists, she had a goal and/or assist in 12 games.
"She can play multiple positions, is good with both feet, and plays on the right or left side. She's one of those players that is all about team," Song said. Arensmeier's leadership was reflected in the fact that she was the only captain for the Hawks. She had 21 goals and 22 assists in her career.
Maddie Boccio, Atholton. "Maddie is one of the smoothest players that I have ever seen play the game," Stephanie Stoutenborough said. "She makes what she does with the ball look so easy. Once we got possession of the ball, our goal was to get it to Maddie so she could lead our attack.
"She plays with such finesse, sees the field so well and plays at such a fast pace, she makes it really hard to defend her," added the coach.
Boccio and Crable, teammates on a club team, will again be teammates at Loyola next season.
Maria Pascale, Wilde Lake. Pascale "controls the game in the midfield, setting up other players and creating great opportunities for our forwards," Davia Procida said. "She is a tenacious player with an unbelievable ability to galvanize the team. She cared as much about her teammates as she did about winning, and, boy, did she want to win. Her soccer ability and her overall attitude and leadership kept us in every game this year and was a huge part of our success." In a nail-biter against Marriotts Ridge, Pascale scored twice, including the game-winner, for a come-from-behind win.
"I feel lucky to have had the opportunity to coach such an amazing player and young lady," added Procida.
Jen Voyton, River Hill. Voyton scored twice in the Hawks' season-opener against Urbana to set the tone for her season. "She had an outstanding season," Song said. "She played out of position last year at fullback, but this year she played center mid. She controlled midfield play and played both ways extremely well. She has a knack for finding a player for a pass or getting her shots off."
Voyton had 11 goals and eight assists. "I look for a greater season from her next year," Song added.
Callahan Allen, River Hill. Allen may be best remembered this season for scoring in overtime to give River Hill an unprecedented eighth state title. But her consistent defense, paired with her offensive skills, made her a standout all year. She had four goals and six assists, including the winning assist against Atholton in a league matchup and "then she shut down their best players in the playoff game," Song said.
"She is very reliable," he added. "She takes on and defends against the best players from the other team." River Hill gave up just six goals in 19 games.
Blair Bonner, Reservoir. "Blair is a tough young woman," coach Josh Sullivan said. "She really sets a tone for us in the back and has a tough presence when she is marking you or winning 50-50 balls."
"She has a rocket for a leg and can put (the ball) in the box from about 50 yards out. Any foul gives us an automatic scoring opportunity when you have someone like Blair. She is incredible in the air and is our target for most of our corners. Next year I really hope I can get her pushed forward a bit more. I definitely want her getting more offensive opportunities out of the back."
Carolyn Eichhorn, Centennial. After missing all but a few minutes of her sophomore year because of an injury, Eichhorn became a defensive standout and the kicking specialist for the Eagles. Her most memorable — and game-winning — free kick came in the second overtime against Atholton. A captain, she also took almost every corner kick and goal kick for Centennial. Three of her six goals came on penalty kicks.
Defensively, "she has strong skills with the ball and takes great angles defensively to hold quicker players off the ball," coach Steve Baxter said. "Her work ethic in practice and competitive attitude are second to none. It became very clear early on that she was captain material."
Jenna Bergquist, Marriotts Ridge. The netminder "came into the season with confidence and owned the 18," coach Robin Grey said. The vocal leader in the Mustangs' new flat-back defense, Bergquist had four shutouts and "commanded the box this year. If I look at the growth she's made in two years, it's unbelievable."
Bergquist was confident on fast breaks, strong on set plays, has a keeper's reflexes and used her height to protect the upper 90s. "She's a junior. That's the best news. I feel she's really coming into her own," Grey said.