Detroit High School Sports Awards 2021: Women’s Lacrosse Winners



Once again, the best student-athletes in the region are recognized in the free press.

The 2021 Detroit High School Sports Awards honor the subway’s top contenders. Although the coronavirus has interrupted or delayed fixtures and matches, local teens in nearly a dozen sports have been named to the region’s squad. These young stars were recognized on a show on June 30, where the winners will appear on the national broadcast and have the chance to be named the player of the year in their sport.

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Here are the winners for women’s lacrosse:

Riya batra

Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood, junior midfielder

Riya Batra, junior, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood.

Statistics: 47 goals, 18 assists (13 games)

The buzzing: One of the top snipers in Division 2, Batra managed 72 percent of her shots, scoring six goals when the Cranes won the Catholic League championship in May. The second team All-Stater has a good knowledge of the game and can change momentum at any time. She is verbally committed to Columbia.

Kendall Belanger

Birmingham Detroit Country Day, senior midfielder

Kendall Belanger, senior, Birmingham Detroit Country Day.

Statistics: 76 goals, 30 assists (14 games)

The buzzing: Bélanger played from start to finish, just as adept at controlling the draw as he caused turnovers. She has played on the All-State First Team twice, was on the Under Armor All-Midwest team in second year and is on the All-American Watchlist this spring. She signed with USC after disengaging from Northwestern.


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Katie coome

Northville, senior attack

Katie Coomes, senior, Northville.

Statistics: 53 goals, 16 assists (15 games)

The buzzing: Coomes, selected in the All-State First Team, brings passion and energy and sets the tone for the Mustangs as top scorer. Versatile enough to carry the belongings of other midfield teams, she, a two-time All-Kensington Lakes Activities Association player, will continue her career at Walsh University (Canton, Ohio).

Amanda Granander

Brighton, junior attack

Amanda Granander, junior, Brighton.

Statistics: 88 goals, 17 assists (18 games)

The buzzing: The hard-working junior sets the tone for the Bulldogs’ mighty offense, averaging nearly five goals per game throughout the regular season. Naturally athletic, goal-oriented and always ready to learn something new, Granander won his first All-State honor this year.

Azaria LeJeune-Woloszyn

Livonia United, first-year defense

Azaria LeJeune-Woloszyn, first year, Livonia United.

Statistics: 34 balls on the ground, 11 induced turnovers, 5 interceptions

The buzzing: Already one of the state’s top defenders and one of the best in the 2024 class nationwide, LeJeune-Woloszyn brings a stoic, fearless and tenacious personality to the pitch. She wreaks havoc among opponents as she reads the ball well and can block or intercept passes. She is an honorary student at Livonia Churchill.


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Lilli sherman

Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood, senior midfielder

Lilli Sherman, senior, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood.

Statistics: 34 goals, 21 assists (14 games)

The buzzing: Captain of the three “stick” sports for the Cranes, Sherman’s relentless style allows him to become a jack of all trades. She shows exceptional defensive skills as a middie (35 forced turnovers, 65 bullets on the ground) while possessing precise shooting (81%). The All-State and All-Catholic League first-team player is signed with Ohio State.

Jillian smith

Farmington Hills Mercy, senior midfielder

Jillian Smith, senior, Farmington Hills Mercy.

Statistics: 107 goals, 38 assists (13 games)

The buzzing: Smith, a first-team all-star in each of his three seasons (except 2020), Smith set the MHSAA points record for freshman points (15), beat him in second year (16) and again as a senior (21). His name appears 50 times on the MHSAA Best Performing Lists in all categories. She signed with Michigan.

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Abigail Trosin

Hartland, senior midfielder

Abigail Trosin, senior, Hartland High School.

Statistics: 43 goals, 39 assists (16 games)

The buzzing: Trosin is one of Michigan’s top draw specialists, controlling 375 over her three-year career. This spring, she led the Eagles in points, assists, draws (118) and caused turnovers (20). Twice All-KLAA and a first-team All-Stater in 2019 and 2021, Trosin signed with Central Michigan.

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