F — Mira Houck, Fr., Jefferson Academy: The Jaguars frosh passed the eye test. She is quick, elusive and has the knack of scoring big goals.

F — Caroline Miller, Sr., Erie: Despite the fact she played injured all season, the Tigers senior still scored 22 goals and had 21 assists.

F — Tea Smith, Jr., Fairview: Following in the footsteps of her sister Reci, she has the inane ability to find the back of the net when it is needed the most.

F — Michaela Stark, Sr., Broomfield: The Player of the Year had a goal or an assist in all but three of the Eagles' matches .

MF — Makena Bambei, Sr., Broomfield: Maybe the number what they were last year, but still a settling force in the midfield for the Eagles.

MF — Maddie Kessler, Sr., Mead: Maybe a bit overshadowed by some of the bigger programs in the region, but the CSU-bound Mavericks senior is as solid as they come.

MF — Kailee Stobbe, Jr., Niwot: Versatile Cougars junior led them in scoring and second in assists in a very deep league.

MF — Sierra Szeto, Sr., Fairview: A calming piece in the back of the Knights midfield, was also an easy all Front Range League selection.

D — Kristin Barbour, Sr., Monarch: The anchor of the Coyotes defense will take her game to the next level at Villanova next season.

D — Lexi Dageenakis, Sr., Silver Creek: Earned the honor in the midfield last season, but ever the team player, she moved to the backline to solidify a defense that allowed just 12 goals all season.

D — Morgan Gray, Sr., Holy Family: Epitomized what the Tigers were trying to do and did it well. Was also a big time threat on set pieces offensively.

D — Maddison Hogan, Sr., Centaurus: A stalwart in the back for the Warriors, who coach Mario Bezzina called "One of the best out there." She will continue her playing career at Colorado Christian.

Mead’s Maddie Kessler smiles after scoring a goal in the first half against Niwot April 29.
Mead's Maddie Kessler smiles after scoring a goal in the first half against Niwot April 29. (Lewis Geyer / Staff Photographer)

GK — Sophia Chen, Jr., Monarch: Single-handedly kept the Coyotes in a lot of games this season and had the knack for the big athletic save in crucial moments.

Coach of the year — Dayton Owens, Erie: Hard to argue with what Owens has been able to do with the Tigers in two seasons. This year they went 12-4, qualified for the state tournament and gave Evergreen all they wanted in a first round match-up.


Grace Armstrong, So., Legacy; Kaila Armstrong, Sr., Legacy; Maddie Barkow, Jr., Niwot; Sabrina Bridwell, So., Skyline; Sophie Brussell, Sr., Dawson School; Alicia Cardenas, Fr., Erie; Victoria Cassarubias, Sr., Fairview; Emily Dee, So., Peak to Peak; Katy Foster, Sr., Silver Creek; Bailee Fowler, Sr., Longmont; Jordan Goodwin, Jr., Broomfield; Hannah Gray, Sr., Niwot; Bayly Herman, Sr., Silver Creek; Kortney Honstein, Sr., Skyline; Hannah Isenhart, Jr., Dawson School; Shaylee Jelinek, Sr., Mead; Kaylee Kennedy, Sr., Legacy; Shannon Langfield, Sr., Holy Family; Gia Lemley, So., Broomfield; Lexie Lisenbe, Jr., Longmont; Rachel Mahar, Jr., Centaurus; Anna Maher, So., Mead; Kelsie Martin, Sr., Mead; Alison McNeal, Fr., Erie; Emily McParland, So., Jefferson Academy; Brooklynn Mooney, Sr., Broomfield; Shannon Mooney, Sr., Broomfield; Lauren Moss, Jr., Boulder; Allyson Murphy-Pauletto, Sr., Boulder; Kristie Nagai, Sr., Jefferson Academy; Kalen Niedling, So., Skyline; Kaeyla Noble, Sr., Silver Creek; Saria Orocu, Sr., Skyline; Amalia Rolf, Sr., Frederick; Emma Shepherd, Fr., Peak to Peak; Emma Sudbeck, So., Longmont; Jaime Turcotte, Sr., Centaurus; Reana Young-Morrison, Sr., Dawson School; Kaitlyn Sullivan, Sr., Skyline; Rebecca Thompson, Jr., Peak to Peak; Allison Zech, Sr., Fairview; Zoe Zinis, Sr., Broomfield.

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