Glenelg, infielder, senior
Allen has established herself as one of the premier players in the region. Last season, she was first in Howard County with seven home runs and led the Gladiators in 13 offensive categories. The All-Metro first-team pick will play at Pennsylvania.
Eastern Tech, pitcher, junior
Cargile batted .461 with 21 RBIs last season for the Mavericks. She had 53 strikeouts and only allowed seven walks in 49 innings on the mound last spring.
Archbishop Spalding, pitcher, sophomore
Caulkins looks to build on a dominant freshman season in which she finished 11-4 with a 2.07 ERA and 81 strikeouts. She also threw five shutouts, including one no-hitter, for the Cavaliers.
Hereford, pitcher-first baseman, junior
Collins went 9-3 with 128 strikeouts in 78 innings and finished with a 1.26 ERA for the Bulls last year. She also batted .500 with 10 RBIs and 29 runs scored. In two years at Hereford, Collins has 182 strikeouts.
Broadneck, infielder-catcher, senior
The versatile player batted .506 with two home runs and 43 RBIs last season. The All-Metro first-team selection also had four triples and 20 runs scored for the Bruins. She will play at Louisville next year.
North County, pitcher, senior
One of the area's most well-rounded players, Jones batted .411 with eight doubles and 24 RBIs last season. She finished with a 2.62 ERA and 111 strikeouts on the mound.
Glen Burnie, pitcher, junior
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
Jessica Jurney, Mount de Sales
Brittany Kingery, Perry Hall
Emily Kirby, Chesapeake-AA
Marlaina McCourry, Lansdowne
Audrey Melcher, Lansdowne
Sara Mercado, Archbishop Spalding
Courtney Merson, Howard
Lindsay Meyers, Eastern Tech
Jen Miller, North Carroll
Carly Moore, Severna Park
Emily Muller, Chesapeake-AA
Kayli Paugh, Howard
Jordan Pross, C. Milton Wright
Jacqueline Richards, Chesapeake-AA
Amanda Roberts, North Harford
Jessica Robinson, Glen Burnie
Kasey Roszel, Seton Keough
Holli Rutkowski, C. Milton Wright
Megan Sterling, River Hill
Michaela Stitely, North Carroll
Laura Thacker, Eastern Tech
Jordan Thompson, Broadneck
Mackenzie Thompson, Liberty
Kelsie Traylor, Archbishop Spalding
Kat Varga, River Hill
Crystal White, Chesapeake-AA
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