Division II-A East Girls All District 2 Soccer Team

Friday, October 20, 2017
Top row: Olivia Hoffman, Addie Henry, Katie Davick and Kate Dirkse
Bottom Row: Tate Gardenhire,  Maddie Ferrel, Kennedy Smith and  Abigail Smith
Top row: Olivia Hoffman, Addie Henry, Katie Davick and Kate Dirkse Bottom Row: Tate Gardenhire, Maddie Ferrel, Kennedy Smith and Abigail Smith
- photo by Contributed

The Division II-A East district coaches released the all-district team this week. 

CCS had four players; Olivia Hoffman, Kate Dirkse, Addie Henry and Katie Davick. 

Notre Dame's Lauren Teal, Liza Davini and Anna Behlau were on the team. 

Rounding out the all-district team were Kennedy Smith (Silverdale), Tate Gardenhire (Boyd), Maddie Ferrel (Grace), Abigail Smith (Grace), Rachel Alvarez (SAS) and Kate Butler (SAS).

Notre Dame and CCS continue their state tournament play this Saturday in the Division II-A quarterfinals.  

All-District Team: 
Kenedy Smith - silverdale
Tate Gardenhire - Boyd
Maddie Ferrel -grace
Abigail Smith- grace
Rachel Alvarez-SAS
Kate Butler - SAS
Lauren Teal - ND
Liza Davini-ND
Anna Behlau - ND
Olivia Hoffman - CCS
Kate Dirkse -CCS
Addie Henry - CCS
Katie Davick -CCS



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