Towanda and Troy each had two players on the District 4, Class AA all-star team and the NTL large-school all-star list, with Towanda's Alaina Wickwire earning player of the year honors on both squads.

For the District 4 all-star list Wickwire and teammate Alacia White are on the first team, along with Troy's Kelsey Bristol and Taryn Hicks and Wyalusing's Roni Morrison.

Mansfield's Shannon Madigan, Wellsboro's Katie Straniere and Shamokin's Olivia Bonshock round out the first team.

Wickwire, White, Hicks, Bristol, Morrison, Madigan and Straniere also make up the NTL large-school first team.

The NTL second-team includes Troy's Jordan Ellsworth and Lynzi Rountree, Wyalusing's Maddy Edsell, Towanda's Kayla Brown, Athens' Taylor McDuffee and Mansfield's Becca Toothaker.

The Class A District 4 team is led by player of the year Lori Horton of Williamson.

The first team includes Horton and teammates Sierra Magnotta, Janae Rice and Katie Haslund, along with Canton's Kellsy Ross and Sayre's Shelby Vaughn.

The same players make up the NTL small-school first-team and the second team includes Sayre's Shelby Coolbaugh and Paige Wampole; Williamson's Jessie Patt and Chelsea Paddock; Canton's Katie Hensen and CV's Grace Earle.

Troy's coaching staff, with head coach Will Slotter, was the AA coaching staff of the year and Williamson's coaching staff, with head coach Mark Klemick, was the Class A staff of the year.