Drago is Player of Year and leads GR all-stars
Wheatland-Chili's Lauren Drago had a tremendous season and led her Wildcats to the Genesee Region League Division II title.
W-C went 13-3-1 and Drago - a senior midfielder/forward - scored 23 goals and dished out 13 assists, scoring 59 points to earn GR Player of the Year.
She is one of three Wildcats on the Genesee Region League all-star squad, getting selected as a forward.
Chloe Smith is a junior midfielder and earned all-star props after scoring three goals with five assists. Junior defender Lindsey Hall is also an all-star, for leading the defensive unit.
Holley won the Division I title after an epic race for the championship with an 11-3-4 record, and coach Jill Mann was named Coach of the Year.
Three members of her team are named to the all-star squad.
Sophomore goalie Julie Brooks was in net for every 1,480 minutes the team played this season and made 118 saves while allowing just nine goals. That's an amazing .486 goals per game average.
Brooks got a lot of help from fellow all-league selection, junior defender Corinne VanSchoick.
Junior midfielder Emily Troup led the team in scoring with 11 goals and four assists for 26 points.
Troup battled Alexander's Hannah Wilson to a 0-0 tie in the final game of the season that determined the division winner, and Wilson was also named an all-star keeper.
Wilson allowed just 24 goals while making 161 saves, averaging 1.289 goals per game.
Two other Trojans made the team.
Senior midfielder Rachel Pettys was selected after scoring eight goals with two assists, for 18 points, and eighth-grade defender Abby Shilvock is also on the team.
Shivlock had three goals with a helper this season.
Elba had a pair of players make the team in junior midfielder Julie Marshall and senior forward Chelsi Clark.
Clark was a scoring machine, getting 24 goals with six assists for 54 points. Marshall had a goal with seven helpers.
Stacy Maskell and Todne Crowe were selected as all-stars from Byron-Bergen.
Maskell - a junior forward - scored 12 goals with three assists, for 27 points, and Crowe - a senior midfielder - added four goals and five assists.
Pembroke had a pair of all-stars in senior defender Rachel Warren and senior forward Nicole Sharick.
Sharick scored 25 times and had 11 assists, finishing with a league-high 61 points. Warren dished out three assists.
Midfielder Hillary Bates of Oakfield-Alabama makes the squad as a senior. She scored five goals this season.
Attica senior defender Christina West is an all-star after scoring six goals with an assist and Kendall sophomore forward gets the all-star nod after scoring eight goals with six helpers.