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Girls Soccer

Lauren Barcelona
Lauren Barcelona First Team

School: East Hamilton

Grade: 12, The Eastern Kentucky signee finished with 26 goals and 13 assists, earning all-state honors for the Class AA state semifinalists.

Kailey Burrell
Kailey Burrell First Team

School: Dade Co

Grade: 12, , The Covenant signee followed up her 59-goal, 14-assist junior season with 50 goals and five assists for the Lady Wolverines.

Avery Davis
Avery Davis First Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 11, , The all-state and All- South selection and Elon commitment had 13 goals and 11 assists for the Division II-AA state champions.

Kate Dirkse
Kate Dirkse First Team

School: Chattanooga Christian

Grade: 11, , Dirkse was considered a "huge anchor" of the Lady Chargers defense. She also scored nine goals.

Addie Henry
Addie Henry First Team

School: Chattanooga Christian

Grade: 11, , The Carson-Newman commitment and Division II-A all-state selection had 22 goals and 12 assists for the Lady Chargers.

Julia Kaset
Julia Kaset First Team

School: East Hamilton

Grade: 12, , The Lee University signee and Class AA all-state selection had 22 goals and 24 assists for the state semifinalists.

Lane Lawrence
Lane Lawrence First Team

School: GPS

Grade: 11, , Lawrence earned Division II-AA all-state honors for the state semifinalists after a season with 12 goals and 12 assists.

Jailyne Martinez
Jailyne Martinez First Team

School: Northwest Whitfield

Grade: 9, , Martinez is in the Olympic Developmental Program after an initial varsity season in which she scored 49 goals for the Region 6-AAAA champions.

Mya McGee
Mya McGee First Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 11, , McGee was a consensus all-state selection, scoring 17 goals with five assists for the Division II-AA state champions.

Peyton Randolph
Peyton Randolph First Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 11, , The New York native and Manhattan commitment allowed only nine goals in 17 matches for the Lady Red Raiders.

Abbie Vibbert
Abbie Vibbert First Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 12, , The Lee signee earned allstate honors playing center back for the Division II-AA state champions, chipping in four goals.

Heather Allen
Heather Allen Second Team

School: North Murray

Grade: 10

Lainee Bohannon
Lainee Bohannon Second Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 12

Lauren Caylor
Lauren Caylor Second Team

School: Walker Valley

Grade: 12

Caitlin Dickson
Caitlin Dickson Second Team

School: Walker Valley

Grade: 12

Taylor Ellis
Taylor Ellis Second Team

School: Walker Valley

Grade: 12

Avery Engels
Avery Engels Second Team

School: Signal Mountain

Grade: 12

Ashley Grant
Ashley Grant Second Team

School: GPS

Grade: 9,

Olivia Hoffman
Olivia Hoffman Second Team

School: Chattanooga Christian

Grade: 12

Anna Salisbury
Anna Salisbury Second Team

School: GPS

Grade: 12

Brianna Smotherman
Brianna Smotherman Second Team

School: Heritage

Grade: 12

Lauren Teal
Lauren Teal Second Team

School: Notre Dame

Grade: 12

Kayla Arsenault
Kayla Arsenault Third Team

School: Meigs Co

Grade: 11

Melia Baker
Melia Baker Third Team

School: McMinn Central

Grade: 11

Maddie Ferrel
Maddie Ferrel Third Team

School: Grace Academy

Grade: 12

Arielle Fortune
Arielle Fortune Third Team

School: East Hamilton

Grade: 12

Tate Gardenhire
Tate Gardenhire Third Team

School: Boyd-Buchanan

Grade: 11

Avery Hamilton
Avery Hamilton Third Team

School: Sonoraville

Grade: 11

Addy Keylon
Addy Keylon Third Team

School: Ooltewah

Grade: 11

Gabriella Larson
Gabriella Larson Third Team

School: East Hamilton

Grade: 11

Camilla Mincey
Camilla Mincey Third Team

School: Signal Mountain

Grade: 9,

Sydney Morris
Sydney Morris Third Team

School: GPS

Grade: 9,

Lauren Stutzman
Lauren Stutzman Third Team

School: Cleveland

Grade: 12

Curtis Blair
Curtis Blair , Coach

School: Baylor

Coach, Blair entered the 2017 season feeling good about the prospects of his Baylor girls' soccer team. Those good vibes were confirmed in late October, as the Lady Red Raiders finished a 14-0-5 season by earning the Division II-AA state championship with a victory over Briarcrest in a penalty-kick shootout. The team played 18 players in the match, using all possible pieces needed to get the win. "We had to feed into the concept that it's a team game," Blair said. "They bought into it, whatever was needed. A girl went down, it was the next girl up. For us to win the state championship in PKs, that just shows that we bought into that mentality."