Moos has been dominant since her freshman year, and Glen Burnie coach Doug Schreiber expects that to continue this season. Moos finished the season with a 9-4 record, striking out 103 hitters and allowing just 17 walks.
Chesapeake-AA, infielder, senior
Ravadge broke the state record with 54 RBIs last season and batted .457 with five homers and three triples. A solid college prospect, she will split time between first base and the outfield.
Seton Keough, pitcher, senior
Tavik batted .509 with a home run, eight doubles and two triples for the Gators last season. On the mound, she was 7-0 and had 53 strikeouts in 49 innings pitched. She will play in college at Frostburg State.
Howard, infielder, senior
One of the top players in Howard County, Wilkinson hit four home runs, four doubles and two triples last season. She also had 20 RBIs and a .562 on-base percentage for the Lions.
Giselle Alvarez, Eastern Tech
Alli Bluhm, Mount Hebron
Sammy Bost, Liberty
Taylor Dittmar, Northeast
MacKenzie Fitzgerald, C. Milton Wright
Kristen Griffith, South Carroll
Gabby Henson, Broadneck
Kelsea Hilditch, Bel Air