DeWitt and Haslett Williamston were among the top girls lacrosse teams in the CAAC this spring.
Both programs had some of their talent recognized as Michigan Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association all-state selections.
Haslett Williamston goalie Kylie Pastor and DeWitt midfielder Caleigh Randall led the selections and were named first team all-state. Pastor was named first team all-state in Division 1, while Randall — one of the area's top scorers — was recognized in Division 2.
Pastor was one of five area players honored in Division 1. Haslett Williamston midfielder Breyer Fenech was named second team all-state, while Holt midfielders Gianna Edgerly and Emma Netzel and Haslett Williamston’s Brianna Nedwick were honorable mention all-state selections.
Randall led the 10 area players who were named all-state in Division 2. DeWitt’s Karah Preston and Grand Ledge’s Hannah Smith were named second team all-state defensive players.
Honorable mention selections in Division 2 included DeWitt midfielder Elliana Hillard, East Lansing midfielder Anna Phillips, Grand Ledge midfielder Ava Clark, Lansing Catholic midfielder Leah Reid and Okemos’ Ella Woodward, Sarah Hamel and Josie Winslow.
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This article originally appeared on Lansing State Journal: Girls lacrosse: See the Greater Lansing all-state selections