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 BoCoPreps.com 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.
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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