Gamberoni Named Berkshire South MVP SportsPrint Story | Email Story
Lenox senior Nicole Gamberoni was named the Berkshire County South Division girls soccer most valuable player by the league's coaches after leading the Millionaires back to the Western Massachusetts Division 4 final.
Gamberoni scored 20 goals to lead Lenox to a 15-5-1 record that included a loss in penalty kicks to eventual state finalist Granby.
Five of her Lenox teammates were named to first team all league in a coaches vote announced on Friday morning: senior forwards Abby Schilling and Shelby Lynch, senior midfielder Julie Pehlert and senior backs Zenani Santos and Paige Looney.
Mount Everett senior Madison Ullrich was named the South's top goalkeeper. She was joined on the first team by senior defender Jaclyn Derwitsch.
Drury placed three players on the first team: freshmen Kayla McGrath and Elli Miles and senior Jacy Howland.
Taconic also had three selections, all underclassmen: sophomore forward Kendra Buda, junior middie Taea Bramer and sophomore defender Ashlynn Healey.
Lee is represented on the first team by senior midfielder Annie Macchi and sophomore back Carla McElroy.
The coaches also named 10 players to the league's second team, two from each of the league's five schools: Alison Felix and Sam Kogut of Drury; Lily Roseli and Halle Miller of Lee; Mary Elliot and Sophie Patella of Lenox; Madeleine Soudant and Hannah Steuernagle of Mount Everett; and Sydnie Sherman and Ashley Armstrong of Taconic.
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