Coming off back-to-back Cape Ann League All-League selections as a shortstop, Amesbury’s Amanda Schell made a smooth transition to catcher this spring and has now been named the Cape Ann League Baker Division’s Player of the Year. Schell led the Indians in most offensive categories while helping lead the Indians to a 14-6 overall record and a first round bye in the Division III North tournament. In addition, Schell was also honored with her third consecutive All-League selection, along with the following individuals: From Newburyport, Carley Siemasko; from Pentucket, Tyler Feeney; from Triton, Kylie Gilroy; from Ipswich, Carolyn Lynch; from Lynnfield, Jackie Whelan; from Manchester Essex, Rachel Gallagher; from Masconomet, Emily Dow and Madison Kelly; from North Reading, Cassidy Gaeta, Tara Reilly and Jen Castro; and from Rockport, Hannah Lorden and Jessica Collins.
In addition, the following have been named Cape Ann League All-Stars. From Amesbury, Alexis Boswell, Rachael Cyr and Autumn Kligerman; from Newburyport, Victoria Allman and Ashley Hodge; from Pentucket, Kassidy Kennefick and Maddie Binding; from Triton, Mara Spears; from Georgetown, Jenifer Nutter and Maddy Croteau; from Ipswich, Meredith Kercher; from Lynnfield, Annika Han and Hannah Travers; from Manchester Essex, Paige Zavel and Melanie Carter; from Masconomet, Alex Mendelsohn, Julianna Kostas and Kylie Currier; from North Reading, Sophie Warren; from Rockport, Kayla Parisi; and from Saugus, Jackilyn Murphy.
Masconomet’s Emily Dow was named Kinney Division Player of the Year. The Coaches of the Year are Masconomet’s Mike Gibely (Kinney) and Manchester Essex’s Mike Harrison (Baker). Pentucket was awarded the Kinney Division’s Sportsmanship Award, and Manchester Essex won the award in the Baker Division.