2017 THSCAA All-State Soccer Teams

Sunday, November 19, 2017

THSCAA All State DII A

Forwards

Livi Tanzer 9 St Georges
Olivia Hoffman 12 CCS
Maddy Stolnicki 12 ECS
Caroline Betts 8 CPA
Courtney Rabb 12 USN
Holeh Heydari 12 USJ
Faith Gober 11 DCA

Midfielders

Ruth Fitzgerald 12 St Georges
Emma Bennett 11 St Georges
Addie Henry 11 CCS
Vayle McKay 12 CPA
Emily Patti 12 CAK

Defenders

Kate Dirkse 11 CCS
Catelyn Somogyi 11 ECS
Bryanah Hack 11 Grace

Goalkeepers

Ann Ragan Grissom 11 St Georges
Lauren Teal 12 Notre Dame
Anna Quinn French 11 BGA

Coach of the Year

Tony Whicker

THSSCA All State DII AA

Forwards

Katherine Tyner 12 Brentwood Academy
Sydney Ham 10 Briarcrest
Hannah Morton 10 Father Ryan
Avery Davis 11 Baylor
Ophelia Pilkinton 11 Harpeth Hall


Midfielders

Lydia Herring 12 Hutchison
Lane Lawrence 11 GPS
Sarina Diebenow 12 Briarcrest
Peyton Moore 12 Briarcrest
Julia Perrusquia 11 Briarcrest
Hailey Braemer 11 Ensworth
Mya McGee 11 Baylor

Defenders

Micaela Dusseault 11 Hutchison
Kaley Smithmier 12 Briarcrest
Carolyn Darke 12 Father Ryan
Abbie Vibbert 12 Baylor
Lauren Capocaccia 11 St Agnes

Goalkeepers

Peyton Randolph 11 Baylor


Coach of the Year

Curtis Blair    Baylor 


THSSCA All State DI A Girls

Forwards
Sydney Ohara 12 Alcoa
Caleigh Norton 12 Chucky Doak


Midfielders
Lexi Bearden 12 Alcoa
Peiton Bledsoe 11 Alcoa
Skylar Bentley 12 Merrol Hyde
Micayla Farmer 11 Merrol Hyde


Defenders
Haley Foley 11 Alcoa
Madison Barkley 11 Chucky Doak


Coach of the Year   Shane Corley   Alcoa

 

THSSCA All State DI AA Girls

Forwards

Madison Davis 12 Whitehouse
Lauren Barcelona 12 East Hamilton
Melia Baker 12 McMinn Central
Madison Luttrell 11 Covington
Tori Drocea 11 Giles County


Midfielders

Leanna Nesbit 11 Whitehouse
Mazie Burrow 11 Whitehouse
Sabrina Lezzi 12 Greenville
Megan Henry 12 Page
Kendall Webb 11 Page
Julie Kaset 12 East Hamilton


Defenders

Elizabeth McIntosh 12 Greenville
McKenzie Vaughn 12 Whitehouse
Kendra Mueller 11 Beech
Molly Lewis 11 Lexington


Goalkeepers
Sydney Weinstein 12 Page

Coach of the Year     
Mike Felzien          White House

THSSCA All State DI AAA Girls

Forward

Abbie Rushwin 10 Houston
Taylor Ellis 12 Walker Valley
Avery McMullen 11 Centennial
Janie Hopper 12 Siegel
Monica Mullaney 11 Oakland
Faith Adams 11 Oakland
Claire Watson 12 Oakland
Lily Fisk 12 Lincoln County
Rachel Ross 12 Powell
Megan MacLean 12 Farragut
Gwen Breslin 12 HVA
Henry County 11 Henry County
Brooke Long 12 Hendersonville

Midfielders

Jenna Kemp 11 Houston
Adryan Darnell 12 Houston
Campbell Kivisto 11 Collierville
Anna Trotter 12 Collierville
Jade Hills 12 Bartlett
Caitlyn Dickson 12 Walker Valley
Caroline DeFranco 12 Franklin
Harper White 11 Franklin
Kenzi Vetter 12 Blackman
Skylor Keane 12 Farragut
Amy Cloud 11 Farragut
Macy Lindsey 12 HVA
Bailey Taylor 11 Powell
Ashtyn Glover 12 Bearden
Mckenzie Guest 11 Dobyns-Bennett
Emma Hecht 12 Science Hill
Christina Oleartchick 12 Arlington
Haley Stevens 12 Hendersonville

Defenders

Cara Young 11 Houston
Lauren Webber 12 Collierville
Taylor Anderson 9 Cookeville
Addy Keylon 11 Ooltewah
Anna Stouffer 11 Bradley
Mandy Hamm 12 Brentwood
Addie Puskar 12 Brentwood
Sydney Hammond 10 Independence
Kate Webb 12 Oakland
Sarah Williams 12 Siegel
Rachel Reid 11 Maryville
Anna Katherine Anderson 11 Knox West
Macy Carter 11 Station Camp
Laney Perry 12 Hendersonville
Arianna Orellana 12 Station Camp

Goalkeepers

Kate Devine 10 Brentwood
Tess Mrozek 12 Science Hill
Gabby Dawe 11 Houston
Abbi Green 12 Gallatin
Sam Powell 12 McGavock

Coach of the Year    David Wolff




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