Old Town's McKenna Smith is one of seven finalists for the Miss Maine Softball Award, the state's top high school senior player in the eyes of the Maine Softball Coaches Association.

Smith led the Coyotes to the semi-finals in Class B North Region. She was named PVC Player and Pitcher of the Year. Smith went 10-1 with a 0.68 ERA, 151 strikeouts in 72 innings and batted .491 with 21 RBI.

The winner will be announced June 28th at the annual Senior Softball All Star Games to be held at Colby College in Waterville.

2018 MISS MAINE SOFTBALL AWARD FINALISTS

> McKenna Smith, Old Town High School

> Brook Davis, Biddeford High School

> Mackenzie Aleva, Noble High School

> Grace McGouldrick, Gorham High School

> Chloe Griffin, Scarborough High School

> Reilly Eddy, Traip Academy

> Anya Chase, Wells High School

MISS MAINE SOFTBALL AWARD: PAST WINNERS

YearNamePositionSchool
1999Jesse BecherPOxford Hills
2000Dee ReganPPortland
2001Meghan YoungCPortland
2002Megan Ramos2ndNoble
2003Kat VincentCSt. Dom's
2004Sam St. HilairePLeavitt
2005Brittany MorinCWinslow
2006Monica WhitePCony
2007Kelsey GriffinPScarborough
2008Amy HackettPBangor
2009Hannah HillPFryeburg
2010Sam BedorePBangor
2011Alexis BogdanovichPSouth Portland
2012Julia GeaumontPThornton Academy
2013Danica GleasonSSSouth Portland
2014Alyssa WilliamsonPScarborough
2015Bailey TremblayPThornton Academy
 2016Karli ThebergePHermon
2017 Hailey PerryCHermon