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Forward — MAKENNA O’GRADY, Sr., Legacy: The Front Range League’s Golden Boot winner (most goals in league play), O’Grady tallied 15 total goals and had great success against Fairview, Boulder and Broomfield.
Forward — MICHAELA STARK, Jr., Broomfield: The Eagles’ star forward had 15 goals spread out over 10 different games, and she added four assists to the mix, too.
Forward — RECI SMITH, Sr., Fairview: Wake Forest-bound senior struck for 16 goals across 11 games, including two in the Knights’ playoff win against Arapahoe. She finished her career with a school-record 55 goals.
Forward — ALYCIA WRIGHT, Sr., Jefferson Academy: Jaguars’ ultimate talent was the area’s top goal-getter with 33, including four games of four or more goals. She had five goals in four playoff games as JA reached the 3A title tilt.
Midfield — MAKENA BAMBEI, Jr., Broomfield: The BoCoPreps.com Player of the Year had multiple assists in six games including two playoff contests, totaling 15 assists to go with 11 goals. Also earned Front Range League player of the year honors.
Midfield — EMIKO PATTERSON, Sr., Monarch: One of the Front Range League’s best two-way players, Patterson’s physical presence helped set up the Coyotes’ scores and take away opponents’ possessions.
Midfield — LEXI DAGEENAKIS, Jr., Silver Creek: A defensive midfielder known as a ball-hawk for the Northern League champ Raptors, Dageenakis also added two goals and four assists to her resume.
Defense — ZOE ZINIS, Jr., Broomfield: Helped shut down powerful Mountain Vista in the state semifinals and also provided constant support as the Eagles allowed just 16 goals. Zinis also scored five goals and had two assists.
Defense — GAELYN CROWDER, Sr., Fairview: The Knights allowed just nine goals in FRL play (and 19 overall), and Crowder was always marking the opponent’s optimal threat. She also found the net twice for goals.
Defense — KRISTIN BARBOUR, Sr., Monarch: Strong-legged senior did a lot of damage on free kicks for the Coyotes but also was the pillar of a tough-to-score-on back line.
Defense — SHANNON FISCHER, Sr., Niwot: One of the Northern League’s best center backs, Fischer was paramount to the Cougars allowing just three goals in league play and 16 overall.
Goalkeeper — GRACE HAMM, Sr., Longmont: The Northern League player of the year allowed just three goals in league contests and had over 120 saves on the season for the Trojans.
Coach — DAVID MARTINEZ, Dawson School: The Mustangs seized an opportunity in the Class 2A postseason, getting a revenge victory against Front Range Christian in the semis and giving top-ranked Vail Mountain all it could handle in the 2A title game.
Mariah Alexander, Sr., Boulder; Kaila Armstrong, Jr., Legacy; Morgan Brendefur, Sr., Centaurus; Marissa Chapman, Sr., Jefferson Academy; Maggie Chuang, Sr., Silver Creek; Liv Cramer, Fr., Dawson School; Allison Ebersole, Sr., Centaurus; Lauren Esler, Sr., Centaurus; Morgan Gray, Jr., Holy Family; Emily Greenspan, So., Niwot; Laura Greer, Jr., Boulder; Mattie Horn, Jr., Longmont; Lauren Hutchinson, Sr., Fairview; Alex Juarez Sr., Mead; Kaylee Kennedy, Jr., Legacy.
Courtney McDonald, Sr., Longmont; Fiona McNeal, So., Erie; Ashley Martin, Sr., Silver Creek; Kaylee Mickens, Sr., Monarch; Caroline Miller, Sr., Erie; Sarah Miller, Sr., Holy Family; Shannon Mooney, Jr., Broomfield; Kalen Niedling, Fr., Skyline; Morgan Powers, Sr., Dawson School; Sarah Shepherd, Sr., Peak to Peak.
Madison Studebaker, Sr., Niwot; Kaitlyn Sullivan, Jr., Skyline; Sam Teller, Sr., Frederick; Kayla Tennal, Sr., Jefferson Academy; Heidi Wendt, Sr., Jefferson Academy; Bri Wetmore, Sr., Peak to Peak.
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