Wahconah's Hill Named Berkshire North MVP

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Wahconah senior midfielder Jocelyn Hill was named the Berkshire North girls soccer most valuable player in a vote of the league's coaches.
Hill is one of seven Wahconah players representing the school on the first-team all-league list.
She is joined by Wahconah teammtes: junior forward Emmy Cote and sophomore forward Arden McKnight; junior midfielder Amelia Dougherty; senior fullback Gianna Moncechi and junior fullback Ashley Zink; and senior goalkeeper Kayla Kowalczyk.
Kowalczyk shares the keeping duties on the all-county team with Pittsfield senior Allie Hunt, who is joined on the first team by teammates Ilana Albert (junior midfielder), Lauren Daury (junior fullback) and Sadie Supranowicz (junior fullback).
Monument Mountain put four players on the first team: senior forward Erica Broderick, junior forward Allison Kinne, junior midfielder Crista Cardillo and junior fullback Danilla DeFelice.
Midfielders Madison Ryan, a senior, Carah Cote, a junior, represent Hoosac Valley.
Mount Greylock is represented on the first team by senior midfielder Melissa Swann and sophomore forward Caroline Flynn.
The league's second team or honorable mention squad includes: Wahconah's Asi Graham and Brianna Kasala, Pittsfield's Hannah Dargie and Cassidy Moon, Hoosac's Olivia Bresset and Allie Mendel, Monument's Cara Freadman and Zufan Bazzano and Mount Greylock's Lauren Howard and Sarah Stripp.
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