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All-Area girls soccer team

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Jamie Alexander, Augusta Prep

COACH OF THE YEAR: Mike Freace, Westminster

FIRST TEAM

Position Player School Class

GK Kelly Smith Westminster Sr.

All-State pick had 10 shutouts

D JoAna Murphy Augusta Prep Jr.

Augusta Prep gave up only seven goals

D Kerrie Edmondson Westminster Sr.

Wofford commit was named All-State for the third time

D Ashton Bowles Greenbrier So.

Anchor of defense for state quarterfinalist

M Erin Brousseau Augusta Prep Sr.

Scored five goals and added 10 assists

M Carly Ray Greenbrier Sr.

Assisted on 12 goals

M Nina McCallie Westminster Jr.

Put up 14 goals and nine assists

F Bay Daniel Greenbrier Sr.

Impressive numbers include 27 goals and 18 assists

F Cara Smith Westminster Sr.

Scored 23 goals, including the lone tally in the state final

F Emily Graves South Aiken Sr.

Beat the keeper more than 30 times

F Jamie Alexander Augusta Prep Sr.

All-State selection scored 50 goals this season

SECOND TEAM

Position Player School Class

GK Whitney Roberts Greenbrier Sr.

Allowed only 13 goals

D Anastasia Whitehouse Lakeside Sr.

Had 10 goals while also playing at midfield

D Bailee Cloutier Augusta Prep 8th

Played almost every minute

D Emily Ludwig Greenbrier Jr.

Scored eight goals

M Maggie Howard Richmond Academy Jr.

Put in 23 goals and had 19 assists

M Christy Darracott Westside Sr.

Scored 129 goals in high school career

M Sydney Maileoi Greenbrier Jr.

Helped Greenbrier control the midfield

F Frances Plunkett Westminster Sr.

Senior scored 13 goals

F Sydney Thompson Aquinas Jr.

Had 33 goals and 19 assists

F Jessica Schifer South Aiken Fr.

All-State player had 31 goals

F Casandra Wade Lakeside So.

Compiled 19 goals and four assists

HONORABLE MENTION: Aiken: Sr. D McKenna Dyer, Sr. M Nikki DeMass; Augusta Prep: Fr. F Caroline Smith; Greenbrier: Jr. F Katie Belser, Sr. M Dani Wright, Fr. Raven Rose; Lakeside: Sr. M Tessa Geyer, So. D Alexis Dunbar; North Augusta: So. F Taylor Hurst, Sr. D Emily Mentrup, Sr. M Arianna Pierner, Fr. M Camille Pierner. South Aiken: Sr. D Savannah Breakiron, Jr. Sabrina Giancroce, Jr. D Macey Bosley, Jr. Alaina Gay, Jr. GK Makenzie Smith. Thomson: So. M Haley Oubre, So. F Betty Jones, Sr. M Brea Boutwell; Westside: Sr. GK Toree Gaddy, Fr. D Chelsea Kulling.

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grovetownman
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grovetownman 06/02/12 - 09:09 pm
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All area first team mostly
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All area first team mostly private kids? Are you serious? There is a difference between gIsa and gHsa. Come on man!

kiwiinamerica
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kiwiinamerica 06/05/12 - 02:35 pm
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Clueless
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Who puts these teams together?

I bet it's someone who doesn't know squat about soccer and who looks only at goals, assists and goals given up, without taking into consideration the competitiveness of the various conferences.

South Aiken for instance, has just one player in the all area team, but if they played Augusta Prep which has a bunch, it would be a blood bath!

anastasiawhitehouse
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anastasiawhitehouse 06/06/12 - 04:28 pm
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Instead of asking coaches

to make this list, maybe you should look at each player's past accomplishments and achievements in soccer. I know most of the people on this list and I'm happy for them, but there is a difference between private school and public school soccer. Also, stop leaving out Lakeside girls and boys. I'm tired of seeing one little line in the paper about when we win, and then a huge column about when we lose. Stop being so dang biased. This list is atrocious.

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