Adams made the All-Monticello Empire League First Team in her rookie season and was Napa’s primary center defender. “Angelina did a good job shutting down the other team’s center all season,” head coach Kevin Raab said. “Angelina also had a good outside shot and was a good passer from the point.” Her sister, Gianna Adams, was an All-County honoree as a senior for Vintage last year.
Lena Berg, Vintage senior
The team co-captain played mostly goalie these past two years as a varsity athlete. Throughout her varsity career, Berg racked up 239 saves, meaning she stopped that many goals from being scored on the team. Berg is ending her career at Vintage with a save-to-goal ratio of 52 percent. Berg also played in the field, scoring her first goal this year in her final section game.
In her second season as the Indians’ starting goalkeeper, she was named to the All-MEL First Team and received All-Sac-Joaquin Section Honorable Mention. She recorded four shutouts. Her stellar play helped Napa claim a share of the MEL title and reach the CIF SJS Division I quarterfinals for the second year in a row. “Caitlyn had an outstanding season in goal,” Raab said.
Domecus was named to the All-MEL First Team for her defensive abilities, helping the Crushers claim a share of the league title. For her varsity career, she racked up 45 steals. This season, she earned 35 steals and ended her varsity career with a 36-percent shooting average.
Elizabeth Hansen, Justin-Siena senior
Hansen, an All-Marin County Athletic League First Team honoree, was second on the team with 63 goals, averaging 4.2 per game. A utility player-attacker, she was one of the top five players in the North Coast Section, head coach Fabian Camacho said. Also a member of the Davis Water Polo Club, she has signed with UC San Diego.
Meghan Hansen is an All-County honoree for the second year in a row after helping the Braves finish undefeated in MCAL play and win their CIF NCS Division 2 playoff opener over Sonoma Valley.
After leading the Indians in scoring for second year in a row, she was named to the All-MEL First Team and received an All-SJS Honorable Mention. “Meena was also the leading scorer in every game played this season,” Raab said. “Her attacking ability gave fits to opposing defenses as she fouled out multiple defenders.”
The second-year starter was a strong perimeter defender for the Indians, helping them claim a share of the MEL title and reach the CIF SJS Division I quarterfinals for the second year in a row. “Grace would often guard the other team’s best perimeter player,” Raab said. “Grace’s ability of defend multiple positions was a key to our strong defense all season.”
Haley Konoval, American Canyon junior
Konoval was a third-year varsity utility player who received All-Solano County Athletic Conference Honorable Mention. “She is a key player in our defense and is our sprinter,” Wolves coach Krista Loper said.
Mickey Medina, Vintage junior
This season she earned 15 steals and scored six goals and had a 46-percent shooting average, helping the Crushers claim a share of the MEL title. “Medina is a playmaker within in the pool,” head coach Sarah Tinloy said.
Lily Meyers, Vintage senior
The team’s co-captain split her time in the field and in the goal the past two years on varsity. She was one of the Crushers’ top defensive players, playing center defense while in the field. Meyers was able to rack up 45 steals in her career, and this season had a 32-percent shooting average. While playing in goal, Meyers blocked 100 shots in her varsity career, ending with a save-to-goal ratio of 51 percent.
Eva Pavon, Vintage junior
Pavon was awarded Most Valuable Player for both the Crushers and the MEL. She was also selected to the All-Section First-Team for the MEL co-champions. This season alone, she racked up 77 steals, about five per game. She had nine goals and 20 assists, touching about 33 percent of the team’s goals. “Pavon was a playmaker, creating opportunities for her teammates,” Tinloy said.
Rebecca Reynolds, Justin-Siena senior
She made the All-MCAL Second Team after scoring a team-leading 80 goals, averaging 5.3 per game. She helped the Braves finish undefeated in MCAL play and win their CIF NCS Division 2 playoff opener over Sonoma Valley. The center was one of the top five players in the NCS, Camacho said. A member of the Davis Water Polo Club, she has signed with UC Davis.
Erynn Robinson, Vintage freshman
Robinson stole the ball 53 times for the MEL co-champions. She also contributed 16 goals and assisted on another 12. Touching about 32 percent of the Crushers’ goals this season, she finished her first varsity season with a 27-percent shooting average.
Sophia Sampson, Justin-Siena freshman
She helped the Braves finish undefeated in MCAL play and win their CIF NCS Division 2 playoff opener over Sonoma Valley.
Rachel Seibert, Napa senior
She was the lone senior starter and provided veteran leadership for the Indians, helping them claim a share of the MEL title and reach the CIF SJS Division I quarterfinals for the second year in a row. “Rachel scored several big goals during the season,” Raab said, “and her ability to play zone defense really helped shut down opponents.”
Ava Swaffar, American Canyon sophomore
Swaffar was a second-year varsity player who became the Wolves’ starting goalie this year. She received All-SCAC Honorable Mention.
Jessica Vega, American Canyon senior
Vega was a third-year varsity field player and made the All-SCAC First Team for the Wolves. “She played the set position and was the center of our offense,” Loper said.