Patti Callahan

Carey, Pitcher/Outfield, Sr.

A three-time All-County selection, she went 10-3 with a 0.65 ERA and 146 strikeouts in leading Carey to the Class AA semifinals, where she didn't surrender an earned run. Callahan, who is headed to Geneseo, also batted .384 with 17 RBIs. She threw an 11-inning no-hitter with 20 strikeouts and had a 15-inning, 26-strikeout performance this season.

Samantha Capobianco

Glenn, Third Base, Sr.

Capobianco led Long Island with 12 home runs, homering in five straight games twice. She had a .574 batting average, 1.426 slugging percentage and of her 31 hits, 20 were for extra bases. She hit for the cycle on April 14, going 4-for-4 with five runs and five RBIs and will attend SUNY-Plattsburgh in the fall.

Isabella Corrao

Farmingdale, Pitcher, Jr.

After leading St. Dominic to the CHSAA final in 2009, she transferred and immediately elevated Farmingdale. The Dalers jumped from Conference III to I and Corrao led them to the Class AA semifinals. A three-time All-Long Island selection, she had a 0.86 ERA, 251 strikeouts, pitched two no-hitters and four one-hitters. She also batted .415 with two homers, a .652 OBP, and walked five times in the semifinal.

Kaitlyn Crowley

St. John the Baptist, Catcher, Sr.

Crowley was named the CHSAA player of the year after hitting .485 with 12 doubles. Her good stick and strong arm behind the plate helped St. John the Baptist to a third straight CHSAA title, the program's fifth in six years. Crowley slugged .755 on the year with four triples and will attend Queens College.

Michelle Daubman

Plainedge, Pitcher/Shortstop, Jr.

A two-time All-Long Islander, she hit .506 with three homers, 18 stolen bases and a .740 slugging percentage. Perhaps more impressive was her performance in the circle where she went 15-6 with a 0.74 ERA and 211 strikeouts. Daubman fanned a career-high 20 in a 15-inning endurance match in the Class A finals.

Sydney Folk

Long Beach, Catcher, Sr.

The Ithaca-bound senior batted .444 with 15 RBIs and was a standout behind the plate for the Marines, allowing just five stolen bases. Known for her leadership and clutch hitting, the two-time All-Long Island and All-State selection led Long Beach to the Class AA quarterfinals this season after winning a Nassau title last year.

Cat Franzone

Bay Shore, Centerfield, Sr.

Franzone hit .531 with a team-high .951 slugging percentage, team-high six home runs and had 39 RBIs. She walked (15 times) three times as much as she struck out (five times). On April 23, Franzone went 3-for-4 with seven RBIs and a career-high three home runs against Floyd.

Nicole Hagenah

Commack, Shortstop, Sr.

Hagenah hit .655 with a 1.207 slugging percentage on her way to being named the Large Schools player of the year by the Suffolk coaches association. She scored 35 runs, drove in 32, had seven homers, three triples and five doubles. She walked 17 times and didn't strike out all season. She'll attend C.W. Post.

Catherine Havens

Eastport-South Manor, Pitcher, Jr.

Havens' pitching and prowess as a leadoff hitter earned Eastport-South Manor its first Suffolk Class A title. She pitched 120 innings, striking out 160 and walking 25. She had a 13-5 record, 0.68 ERA, nine shutouts and three no-hitters (one perfect game). She batted .458 with 23 runs scored.

Lindsay McKillop

East Meadow, Pitcher, Sr.

The Stonehill-bound senior capped a stellar career by leading the Jets to their first county title since 1994. McKillop, a four-time All-County and three-time All-Long Island selection, was named Nassau's Pitcher of the Year after going 16-2 with a 0.52 ERA and 117 strikeouts. She also batted third in the Jets' potent lineup, hitting .500 with 20 RBIs.

Lindsay Montemarano

Seaford, Third Base, Fr.

Batting leadoff for much of the season, she hit .600 with a .651 on-base percentage, 22 RBIs, 26 runs and tied for the county lead with eight homers. She helped lead the Vikings to the Class A semifinals, where she walked twice. Regarded by several coaches as a defensive whiz, Montemarano is also a hard-throwing pitcher.

Colleen Smith

East Islip, First Base, Sr.

Smith batted .646 with a .712 on-base percentage for an East Islip team that mashed its way through the regular season. The Hofstra-bound Smith had seven home runs, five doubles, scored 37 runs and drove in 36. She stole three bases and walked 18 times, striking out on just seven occasions.

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