FIRST TEAM

Cassie Alexy, Spring-Ford

Second base ... Senior ... Delivered three crucial hits in Rams' victory over Pennsbury in District 1-AAAA quarterfinals. PAC-10 First Team selection. ... All-Area Honorable Mention in 2013.

Ana Bruni, Perkiomen Valley

Utility ... Sophomore ... Finished 2014 season with a .488 avg. 22 runs, seven RBI and 12 stolen bases. Started season on injured list but came back rejuvenated in short stop position to lead Vikings to PAC-10 Final Four.

Sam Garritano, Owen J. Roberts

Outfield ... Junior ... Had a .941 fielding percentage in center field for the Wildcats as they advanced to the PAC-10 Championship. ... Finished with a .417 average with 27 runs and 20 RBI. Recorded 15 stolen bases in 16 attempts. ... PAC-10 First Team selection. ... All-Area Second Team selection in 2013.

Kylee Harris, Spring-Ford

Outfield ... Junior ... Mainstay in Spring-Ford's outfield. Possessed a cannon in right field. ... Hot start in the season saw her move from the seven hole in the lineup to the No. 2 spot where she remained throughout the PAC-10 playoffs, districts and the PIAA opening round against Parkland. ... PAC-10 First Team selection.

Megan Kern, Spring-Ford

Utility ... Freshman ... Debut season an instant success as her bat became an instant problem for opposing pitchers. Floated anywhere in the Rams lineup, usually batting at cleanup. Primary position is catcher but played a good portion of games at third and a few at short. ... PAC-10 First Team selection.

Amanda Kulp, Methacton


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Shortstop ... Junior ... Finished with a .438 batting average with 30 runs and 13 RBI as Methacton won its first PAC-10 championship. ... PAC-10 First Team selection ... All-Area First Team selection in 2013.

Emily Oltman, Perkiomen Valley

Pitcher ... Sophomore ... Finished season 12-3 record and 2.12 ERA in 102 1/3 innings pitched. Led Vikings to District 1-AAAA berth. ... Finished season with 127 strikeouts, including 10 in a regular season victory over Owen J. Roberts. ... PAC-10 First Team selection.

Sarah Rambo, Methacton

Third base ... Senior ... Finished season with .484 average with 23 RBI and three home runs. ... Hit eventual game-winning home run against Perkiomen Valley in PAC-10 Final Four semifinals before going 2-for-2 with RBI double in PAC-10 title game against Owen J. Roberts. Keyed a three-run inning with an RBI double in District 1-AAAA opening round victory over Unionville. ... Will attend Molloy (N.Y.) College.

Brenna Sermarini, Perkiomen Valley

Outfield ... Junior ... Finished 2014 with a .411 avg, 19 rbi, 14 runs as Vikings advanced to the PAC-10 Final Four as well as District 1-AAAA opening round. ...First Team All PAC-10 selection. ... All-Area second team selection in 2013.

Becca Shipper, Hill School

Catcher ... Senior ... Hit .636 with 21 hits, one home run, four RBI and a .739 OBP. ... Second consecutive season that she hit above .600. ... Signed a letter of intent to play softball at the University of Florida. ... Two-time First Team All-MAPL selection, First Team All-Area in 2013.

Bekah Slattery, Daniel Boone

Pitcher ... Junior ... Two time Mercury All-Area Player of the Year. Second Daniel Boone player to win consecutive POY honors as Katie Erb accomplished the feat in 2011 and 2012. ... Finished year with a 22-2 record and a 0.271 ERA as Blazers finished as runners-up in the Berks Conference playoffs. ... Set a school record with 281 strikeouts while walking only 17 batters. ... Finished with 14 strikeouts in Berks Conference championship. ... Hit .506 in the leadoff position. ... Overall record of 36-5 the past two seasons.

Alissa Vining, Owen J. Roberts

First base ... Sophomore ... Recorded 151 putouts while boasting a .981 fielding percentage. ... Led Wildcats in batting average, hitting .469 with 21 runs and 12 RBI. Equally effective in the circle, spelling Kylie Glenn. ... Went 3-0 with 2.86 ERA in 12 appearances. ... PAC-10 First Team selection.

Jordan Walker, Owen J. Roberts

Shortstop ... Senior ... Hit .375 in the leadoff spot for the Wildcats while finishing with a .521 OPB. Finished with 30 runs, 27 hits, 23 RBI and was a perfect 18-for-18 on stolen base attempts. Had four errors in 102 chances for a .961 fielding percentage. ... PAC-10 Honorable Mention selection. ... All-Area honorable mention pick in 2013.

Coach of the Year

Cathy Miller, Methacton

Led Warriors to first PAC-10 Championship since joining the league in 2009 with 5-3 victory over Owen J. Roberts. Team advanced to second round in the District 1-AAAA playoffs before losing to William Tennent in second round ... Team went 14-4 in the PAC-10 under her command.

SECOND TEAM

Pitcher: Gabi Ermish, Pottsgrove

Catcher: Savannah Toth, Daniel Boone

First Base: Jaycie Loomis, Spring-Ford

Second Base: Nikki Testa, Owen J. Roberts

Shortstop: Mindi Gallagher, Perkiomen School; Kelsey Impink, Perkiomen Valley

Third Base: Erin Dempsey, Hill School

Outfield: Elie Goida, Boyertown; Amanda Loar, Boyertown; Megan Piccarreta, Daniel Boone; Kelly Knapp Phoenixville; Kacy Carroll, Pottsgrove.

Utility/Designated Player: Sydney Schnarrs, Owen J. Roberts; Alex Haines, Perkiomen Valley

HONORABLE MENTION

Boyertown: Lauren Waller

Daniel Boone: Maggie Koch, Nicole Kovach, Gabby Willman

Methacton: Emily Harris, Paulina Lowery, Julie Primavera, Megan Stauffer

Owen J. Roberts: Kylie Glenn, Lauryn Wensel

Perkiomen Valley: Rachel Helverson, Noelle McCullough, Haley Streeper, Abigail Wild

Phoenixville: Jamie Deni

Pope John Paul II: Amanda Butera, Paige Horgan, Erin Schwab

Pottsgrove: Cori Dickinson

Pottstown: Terri Chestnut

Spring-Ford: Becca Faust,Maggie McConney, Jess Nattle, Gabby Tareila

Upper Perkiomen: Lynsey Quinn, Casey Umstead

West-Mont Christian Academy: Emily Coffman