Yorktownâ€™s Cassie Reilly-Boccia (Class AA), and Tappan Zeeâ€™s Brittni Alexander and Pearl Riverâ€™s Krystina Poloni (Class A) were selected first-team all state in their respective classes by the New York State Softball Writers Association.
Reilly-Boccia, who will play softball at Alabama next year, was instrumental in propelling Yorktown to a second consecutive Class AA sectional title.
Alexander, who will attend Notre Dame, set a state single-season stolen base record with 56. Poloni was one of the main reasons Pearl River won a sectional championship and advanced to the state final four.
In Class AA, Sandra Mastrangelo of White Plains and Yorktownâ€™s Kasey Oâ€™Connor were third-team selections and John Jay fireballer and Gaby Torzilli was a fifth-team pick.
In Class A, Pearl Riverâ€™s Jackie Bruno was a second-team selection and Kirby Wright of Hen Hud was a third-team choice. Brewsterâ€™s Kim Bentson was tabbed on the fourth team, and Lakelandâ€™s Brittany Lischinsky and Pearl Riverâ€™s Katie Scrima were awarded fifth-team honors.
Class Bâ€™s lone representative was Albertus Magnusâ€™ Erin Flaherty, who was a third-team pick.