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Girls Soccer

Lainee Bohannon
Lainee Bohannon First Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 11, Forward, She missed the last third of the season after suffering a broken leg, but she still managed to score eight goals and add an assist.

Kailey Burrell
Kailey Burrell First Team

School: Dade Co

Grade: 11, Forward, One of Georgia?s most dynamic scorers, she had 59 goals and 14 assists while leading her team to a surprising season and its first playoff win.

Sara  Corum
Sara Corum First Team

School: GPS

Grade: 12, Defender, The future Lee University player was pivotal in transition and on a defense that gave up just 11 goals all season. She scored one and added six assists.

Avery Engels
Avery Engels First Team

School: Signal Mountain

Grade: 11, Forward, She scored 10 of the Lady Eagles? 26 goals and had most of the assists on the other 16.

Olivia Hoffman
Olivia Hoffman First Team

School: Chattanooga Christian

Grade: 11, Forward, She scored 22 goals and added 15 assists for the state-tournament participants and was considered a scoring threat against any team.

Morgan Hutchison
Morgan Hutchison First Team

School: McMinn Co

Grade: 12, Forward, The District 5-AAA MVP scored a school single-season record 38 goals and has signed with Presbyterian College in South Carolina.

Julie Kaset
Julie Kaset First Team

School: East Hamilton

Grade: 11, Midfield, The Lee commitment?s season was cut short by injury, but the three-time all-region player had four goals and a handful of assists in 11 games.

Anna Lanter
Anna Lanter First Team

School: Soddy-Daisy

Grade: 12, Defender, One of the integral players on a defense that recorded 12 shutouts, she also contributed four goals and eight assists.

Mari Morales
Mari Morales First Team

School: Calhoun

Grade: 10, Forward, She averaged more than two goals per match in helping her team to the GHSA quarterfinals.

Mya Patel
Mya Patel First Team

School: Walker Valley

Grade: 12, Forward, In 20 games played, she scored 12 goals and also contributed a dozen assists.

Emma Rogers
Emma Rogers First Team

School: Boyd-Buchanan

Grade: 12, Midfield, The District 5-A/AA MVP, she scored 32 goals for the Lady Buccaneers.

Kelsey Barta
Kelsey Barta Second Team

School: Notre Dame

Grade: 12, Defender,

Cynthia Coronel
Cynthia Coronel Second Team

School: Northwest Whitfield

Grade: 12, Midfield,

Kate Dirkse
Kate Dirkse Second Team

School: Chattanooga Christian

Grade: 10, Defender,

Meagan Eiselstein
Meagan Eiselstein Second Team

School: Notre Dame

Grade: 12, Defender,

Taylor Ellis
Taylor Ellis Second Team

School: Walker Valley

Grade: 11, Forward,

Avery Hamilton
Avery Hamilton Second Team

School: Sonoraville

Grade: 10, Forward,

Emily Hauke
Emily Hauke Second Team

School: Boyd-Buchanan

Grade: 11, Forward,

Emily Large
Emily Large Second Team

School: GPS

Grade: 12, Forward,

Lane Lawrence
Lane Lawrence Second Team

School: GPS

Grade: 10, Forward,

Cydnee Stafford
Cydnee Stafford Second Team

School: Arts & Sciences

Grade: 11, Defender,

Olivia Tawzer
Olivia Tawzer Second Team

School: Ooltewah

Grade: 12, Midfield,

Carter Baggett
Carter Baggett Third Team

School: Calhoun

Grade: 12, Midfield,

Kamryn Bloh
Kamryn Bloh Third Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 12, Midfield,

Jennie Bridges
Jennie Bridges Third Team

School: Heritage

Grade: 12, Keeper,

Sydney Eaker
Sydney Eaker Third Team

School: Heritage

Grade: 12, Defender,

Addie Henry
Addie Henry Third Team

School: Chattanooga Christian

Grade: 10, Midfield,

Jade Mayo
Jade Mayo Third Team

School: Walker Valley

Grade: 12, Forward,

Hannah Monday
Hannah Monday Third Team

School: Dade Co

Grade: 12, Forward,

Serena Smith
Serena Smith Third Team

School: East Ridge

Grade: 12, Forward,

Sidney Stone
Sidney Stone Third Team

School: Sonoraville

Grade: 12, Keeper,

Lauren Teal
Lauren Teal Third Team

School: Notre Dame

Grade: 11, Keeper,

Abbie Vibbert
Abbie Vibbert Third Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 11, Defender,

Cal Sneller
Cal Sneller , Coach

School: Chattanooga Christian

Coach, The landscape changes next season with Chattanooga Christian's Cal Sneller taking his Lady Chargers into Division II, and they said farewell to Division I fairly well, ending their season in the state tournament in Murfreesboro. To get there, though, they had to adapt and overcome a season-opening five-match losing streak. "The start was rough and really surprising because the team had played well in (preseason) scrimmages against good competition," Sneller recalled. "A couple of the seniors came and talked to me and said they were going to keep pushing it. They kept plugging, and that made it easier to work with. It was a great year after those first five games." From that unexpected beginning, they rebounded to win 17 of their next 20 matches, including a victory in the state tournament.