The versatile Michelle Anthony (300, triple jump, hurdles) returns for Kellenberg with outstanding middle distance star Kim Mackay, who made a verbal commitment to Princeton. Odrine Belot compete in several events, including the 300 and 55, while talented shotter Natalie Jean also returns for the Firebirds. Experienced distance runner Kylie Pearse and jumpers Colleen Semenick and Saralee Martelly could put Kellenberg over the top.
St. Anthony's will be young, but talented junior Olicia Williams (1000, 1500) could emerge as one of Long Island's top middle distance runners. The Friars should be strong in the sprints with Emily Taussig, Gabrielle Barbour and Lauren Fontana and equally as talented in the jump events with Katie Gallagher and Liz Fallon. Elizabeth Hollan has shown promise in the hurdles, while Lauren Lavoro anchors the distance events.
St. John the Baptist has a great deal of experience returning in distance specialists Anne Carey and Alyssa Dorney and sprinter Victoria Lundin. Also back for St. John the Baptist are freshman distance runner Gillian Sokol, Bridget Carey (600) Chelsea Penn (sprints) and pole vaulter Emma Cleary. Jazmind Holland (400) and Krystal McLeod (300) are also in the mix for St. John the Baptist.
Colleen Schmidt leads Holy Trinity, while Ashley Murphy and Suzan Sikorski return for Sacred Heart.