Originally created 06/04/06

All area girls soccer teams



FIRST TEAM

[filtered word] Name School Class
F Elissa Botts Harlem Sr.
More goals (33) than any other forward in the area
F Stephanie Fransoso Greenbrier Sr.
28 goals this year to finish with 113 for her career
F Margaret Houston Westminster Sr.
Roanoke College signee is school's all-time leader in goals, assists
M Caitlin Clark Lakeside Jr.
Anchored her squad in the middle with her solid play
M Bridget Lyons Greenbrier Sr.
Greenbrier team MVP is the most skilled midfielder in the area
M Jamie Nevin Harlem Sr.
37 goals and 31 assists for the school valedictorian
M Monica Ploetzke Augusta Prep Sr.
Wofford College signee had 28 goals; four were game winners
D Sarah Daniel Greenbrier Sr.
Extremely fast and skilled; set school record for career starts
D Morgan Fordham Lakeside Soph.
Led defense that gave up only two scores during its final five games
D Becky Marshall Greenbrier Sr.
Hard to top her one-on-one defense in the open field
GK Emily Brandenburg Lakeside Sr.
Earned as much respect in goal as any player in the area; 74 saves




SECOND TEAM

[filtered word] Name School Class
[filtered word]. Name School Class
F Tarah Henderson Evans Soph.
Already has 48 goals in her first two seasons
F Devin Newman Aquinas Sr.
Consistent scorer up top for the Irish this year
F Ashley Wray Lakeside Jr.
Her work up top led to a region title for Lakeside
M Traci Bone Richmond Academy Soph.
Backbone of the ARC team had 12 goals and nine assists this year
M Suzanne Lewis Greenbrier Sr.
Strong defender; she notched three goals and three assists
M Audrey Timmerman Aiken Sr.
Hit double figures in goals and assists this year
M Ellie Victor Aiken Sr.
She made the all-region team every year of her Hornet career
D Emily Belchyk Evans Jr.
Strong club player boosted Knights on defense
D Nina Breakiron Westminster Soph.
Set the school record for balls won in one-on-one situations
D Elena Freeman Augusta Prep Jr.
Saved Cavaliers several times this year at sweeper
GK Megan Morgan Harlem Soph.
Solid work in net for a Class AAA Sweet 16 team

HONORABLE MENTION

Forwards: Kelsey Davis (Aquinas), K.C. MacEachern (Aquinas), Amanda Ness (Greenbrier), Sara Oland (Greenbrier), Mallory Morgan (Harlem), Susan Payne (Aiken), Renee Redington (Lakeside), Lila Shull (North Augusta)

Midfielders: Ellen Bryan (Aiken), Jennifer Dye (Greenbrier), Christie Hart (Harlem), Mary Beth Horton (Augusta Prep), Brianna Lowrie (Greenbrier), Chelsea Mason (Greenbrier), Abby Miller (Evans), Beyra Ortega (Harlem), Amanda Wade (Lakeside), Brooke Weinsten (Greenbrier)

Defenders: Danielle Brady (Lincoln County), Georgia Brown (Aquinas), Ashton Leogrande (Harlem), Whitney Martinez (Harlem), Kelley Peel (Augusta Prep), Chelsea Shugars (Harlem), Carol Skenes (Lakeside), Jamie Turner (Lincoln County)

Goalkeepers: Becca Adkins (Augusta Prep), Emily Garnto (Greenbrier), Janay Moore (Evans), Tiffany Nichols (Greenbrier)

The following teams returned a nomination form that was faxed to their school: Augusta Prep, Aiken, Greenbrier, Lincoln County, Richmond Academy and Westminster.