Today's high school softball Senior All Star games have cancelled because of weather and the Maine Softball Coaches Association has announced the winner of the 2018 Miss Maine Softball Award is Scarborough standout Chloe Griffin.

The award recognizes the top senior softball player in the state each year.

Griffin helped lead the Red Storm to a second straight Class A state title, going 14-0 in the circle and hitting .446 with four home runs and 28 RBI.

Griffin signed earlier in the earlier to play at Division II Southern New Hampshire University in the fall.

Year Name Position School
1999 Jesse Becher P Oxford Hills
2000 Dee Regan P Portland
2001 Meghan Young C Portland
2002 Megan Ramos 2nd Noble
2003 Kat Vincent C St. Dom's
2004 Sam St. Hilaire P Leavitt
2005 Brittany Morin C Winslow
2006 Monica White P Cony
2007 Kelsey Griffin P Scarborough
2008 Amy Hackett P Bangor
2009 Hannah Hill P Fryeburg
2010 Sam Bedore P Bangor
2011 Alexis Bogdanovich P South Portland
2012 Julia Geaumont P Thornton Academy
2013 Danica Gleason SS South Portland
2014 Alyssa Williamson P Scarborough
2015 Bailey Tremblay P Thornton Academy
 2016 Karli Theberge P Hermon
2017  Hailey Perry C Hermon
2018 Chloe Griffin P/of Scarborough