First teamCady Burke
North Broward Prep senior
Comment: Eagles' top defensive stopper disrupted opponents' offensive flow with 137 flag pulls and 2 INTs returned for TDs; was duel threat on offense coming out of backfield or lining up as a receiver with a combined 10 TDs, 548 receiving yards and 200 rushing yards.
Fort Lauderdale senior
Comment: Nicknamed "K.C.," the smooth-throwing four-year starter accounted for 2,300 passing yards, 40 passing TDs, 700 rushing yards, 12 rushing TDs and had 12 INTs in guiding Flying L's to an undefeated regular season.
Coconut Creek senior
Comment: Team's leading passer (37 TDs) and second-leading rusher (1,417 yards) sparked Cougars' drive to their first District 25 championship and best record (11-4) in school history. The four-year starter also had 42 flag pulls, five INTs and six rushing TDs.
Comment: Wildcats' field general passed for 3,210 yards, a single-season school-record 41 TDs and ran for 2 TDs. Also had five interceptions playing as a cornerback. The multi-sport athlete is planning on attending the University of West Florida to play basketball in the fall.
West Broward senior
Comment: Flustered opposing defenses by running the option; passed for 2,088 yards, 26 TDs, rushed for 1,012 yards, 12 TDs and had 13 INTs with one returned for TD. Plans on attending Broward College for soccer next fall.
Archbishop McCarthy senior
Comment: Possessed what coach Chris Cormier called "the strongest foot in the county" by averaging 35 yards per punt (21 punts); had 526 receiving yards, 16 TDs; also played goalie on soccer team.
Hollywood Hills junior
Comment: Coach Brandon Graham calls her "the thinker" for her ability to pick up the playbook and her willingness to adjust to different game scenarios; completed 301 of 445 passes for 3,327 yards, 35 TDs and rushed for 3 TDs; set single-season school records in completions, yards and passing TDs.
Jessica CarrandiHollywood HillsSr. WR/LB
Jasmine DebrosseFort LauderdaleSr. WR
Jen DuvaDouglasSr. QB
Geena MontalvoMcArthurSr. QB
Logan SniderCooper CitySr. LB
Jessica ThorntonWesternSr. WR/LB
Kerrin WelshA. McCarthy Sr. QB
Archbishop McCarthy: Kristine Rose; Blanche Ely: Brittany Coulanges, Sabethsa Davilmar, Christa Ductan, Whitney Joseph, Aysa Hall, Jeanette Hicks, Phidiana Remy, Britney Toney, Qwanteria Olibrice, Velene Paul, Britney Tony; Boyd Anderson: Naomi Ariss, Iyonna Baker, LaBria Fulmore, Kenya Lindo, Erica Miller, Cooper City: Emily Engbar, Adrienne Farr, Michelle Goldman, Jazmin Green, Erica Honsdorf, Mara Notkin, Tianna Johnson, Kiersten Legachi, Jackie Smith, Lauran Troncoso, Ella Weinkie; Cypress Bay: Jamie Bakalar, Briana Bradley, Sherrell Buckley, Yessie Koontz, Angela Hogan, Brooke Mitchell, Brooke White, Julia Zuckerman; Deerfield Beach: Courtney Lee, Sabina Muhaed; Douglas: Sam Ball, Staci Colbacchini, Mady Guterman, Alex Martin, Krystal Phillips; Fort Lauderdale: Kasey Colemak, Stephanie Wertz; Hollywood Hills: Dimitria Cleare, Joelys Gonzalez, Ebony Parris, Jahmara Parris; McArthur: Juliann Andrews, Melissa Garcia, Mitchley St. Louis, Shameena Weyerman; Miramar: Ranisha Cade; Monarch: Breyana Clark, Alexis Gottko; North Broward Prep: Ali Castro, Amanda Graboski, Teddi Inkeles, Christine Smith, Cheyenne Walker; Piper: Linda Gomez, Michelle Johnson, Samantha Wishire; Plantation: Heather Brekke, Sara Eisenberg, Jasmine Green, Ajane Jenkins, Ashleigh Maitland, Melisa Prosper; Pompano Beach: Diamond Frazier, Shane Goldsby, Hannah Hamilton, Victoria Noel, Ja'lyn Rasbin, Nicole Sparrow, Brianni Walker; South Broward: Alexandria Kelly, Racquel Mullings; South Plantation: Rolanda Darling, Annalee Dawkins, Erin Dimeglio; Stranahan: Cartiana Bell, Euliette Elge, Kenya Lawrence, Jasmine Rowe; Taravella: Kesenia Campana, Ayanna Dyer, McKenzie Malone, Dominque Moore, Carina Victoria, Shacreo Webb; West Broward: Irum Kahn, Elizabeth McHugh, Jessica Sammarco, Marilyn Solorzano: Western: Alexis Berger, Gloria Rincon, Haley Smith, Jenna Tolzmann, Margaret Waite.
Coach of the YearTricia Amrhein
North Broward Prep
2012 record: 16-2
Overall: Seventh season, 62-29
Comment: Eagles made deepest playoff run of any Broward County team by reaching state tournament for first time in school history; Guided turnaround after team went 4-8 a season ago to outscore opponents 393-92. "The best part about this year was how much fun we had," Amrhein said. "The girls made my job easy. They were dedicated to it. They showed up to every practice and every game ready to play. Our collective unweighted GPA was 3.65 so they were just very coachable, good kids. I was lucky to have them."Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun