Corning's midfielder Lauren Ford earned all-American status recently, highlighting the plethora of local talent that was on display this lacrosse season.
In addition to her second all-American honor, Ford was also named a section IV all-star along with senior defender Taylor Herberger.
Ford finished her senior season with 49 goals and 22 assists.
Corning's senior goalie Janelle Thomas, senior defender Caroline Sheldon, sophomore midfielder Riley Olmstead, sophomore midfielder Logan Olmstead and sophomore attack Kenna Newman earned all-division I nods for the Hawks, who won the section IV class A title over Ithaca.
Thomas led all Corning goalies with 79 saves and a 58% save percentage, Sheldon posted a goal and 12 groundballs, Riley Olmstead had 22 goals, eight assists and 38 ground balls, Logan Olmstead posted 22 goals and eight assists and Newman netted 41 goals and handed out 28 assists.
Horseheads' senior midfielder Tatum Benesh was named an academic all-American as well as a section IV all-star along with senior attacker Emily Leland.
Junior midfielder Allie Strollo, senior midfielder Jessica Schiefen and senior attack Kayla Gush notched all-division I honors for the Blue Raiders.
Sadie Pint, a junior goalie was the lone selection as a division I all-star for the Express.
Amanda Fedor of Vestal was the other all-american and Maddie Williams from Seton Catholic earned the other academic all-American honor.