Forwards

Ryan Walker-Hartshorn, Sr., Bishop O'Dowd -- A Stanford-bound U.S. national under-18 team pool player, Walker-Hartshorn led the Dragons to a second consecutive North Coast Section Division II championship and a 25-2-1 overall record.

Franny Cerny, So. Berkeley -- A dynamic attacker, Cerny scored 17 goals to help the Yellowjackets advance to the NCS Division I semifinals, where she scored twice against Monte Vista.

Miranda Nild, So., Castro Valley -- Nild led the Trojans in scoring with 31 goals and nine assists. She had two clutch goals in the Trojans' come-from-behind 2-1 win over Bishop O'Dowd in a West Alameda County Conference-Foothill Division game.

Midfielders

Alexa Vandevanter, Sr., San Ramon Valley -- The Cal-bound center midfielder was MVP of the East Bay Athletic League. A U.S. under-17 national team pool player, she had eight goals and three assists and set up the winning goal in a 1-0 victory over Monte Vista in the NCS Division I championship.

Mallory Hromatko, So., Monte Vista -- Hromatko spurred the Mustangs' late-season surge. She scored in the NCS Division I semifinal against Berkeley, where the Mustangs rallied for a tie and prevailed in penalty kicks.

Stephanie Zuniga, So., Bishop O'Dowd -- The left-footed playmaker had a key role in the Dragons' march to a second consecutive NCS Division II title, scoring the clinching goal in a 4-3 win in penalty kicks over Piedmont in the final.

Rachel Feldman, Sr., California -- The Navy-bound star overcame an ankle injury to lead the Grizzlies to the NCS quarterfinals, where she played well in a 2-1 loss to San Ramon Valley. After starting the season on defense, she spurred the attack after being switched to midfielder.

Julia Reshke, Jr., Campolindo -- The MVP of the Diablo Foothill Athletic League, the versatile Reshke had 10 goals and 10 assists in leading the Cougars to the league title.

Defenders

Lynsey Hromatko, Sr., Monte Vista -- A Cal-bound player and Mallory Hromatko's older sister, Lynsey is a strong tackler who reads the game well and makes accurate passes. She was a member of the 2012 High School Girls All-Region VIII team.

Carlin Hudson, Jr., Berkeley -- Hudson, an outstanding center back, helped take the Yellowjackets to new heights with her versatile style and mature defending.

Jamie VanHorn, Jr., San Ramon Valley -- A towering and nimble presence on the area's top back line, VanHorn helped the Wolves outscore four opponents in the playoffs by a combined 9-1.

Goalkeeper

Lauren Holden, Sr., California -- The Oregon-bound Holden, now a three-time all East Bay selection, backed an inexperienced defense with several spectacular saves. She stopped two penalty kicks in one match against San Ramon Valley.

Second team

Forwards -- Andie Boehm, Jr., Amador Valley; Morgan Idso, Sr., San Ramon Valley; Megan Reid, Jr., Miramonte; Jacky Scharff, So., College Park

Midfielders -- Myra Delgadillo, Jr., James Logan; Ariana Zamora, So., Monte Vista; Melissa Urena, Sr. American; Haylie Grant, So., Heritage

Defenders -- Allie Dutto, Sr., San Ramon Valley; Kayla Utley, Sr., Castro Valley

Goalkeeper -- Lexi Nicholas, Jr., Amador Valley

honorable mention

Forwards -- Brooke Rittmann, Sr., Granada; Daisy Bonilla, Sr. Ygnacio Valley; Defenders/Midfielders -- Alyssa Alarab, Sr., San Ramon Valley; Audrey Walke, Sr., Livermore; Defenders -- Haley Chow, Sr., Amador Valley; Hannah Koski, Sr., San Ramon Valley; Haley Lukas, Jr., Foothill; Ashley Christiansen, Sr., Carondelet; Darby Nordin, Sr., Bishop O'Dowd; Precious Akanyirige, Jr., Foothill; Goalkeeper -- Sophie Leksan, Sr., Campolindo.