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    Dawson School's Liv Cramer helped the Mustangs win the 2A state championship.

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    Broomfield's Mallory Mooney helped the Eagles reach the 5A state title game.

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    Fairview's Skylar Anderson will play college soccer at Michigan.

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    Legacy's Gracie Armstrong led the Lightning with 17 goals this season.

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    Jefferson Academy's Mira Houck, center right, is hugged by teammate Denae Lamb after Houck scored the goal that clinched the 3A state championship for the Jaguars.

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    Niwot's Kenzie Pasma and the Cougars defense only allowed one goal at home this season.

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    Mead's Sydney Postle helped anchor the Mavericks defense this season.

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    Silver Creek keeper Kaeyla Noble anchored 12 shutouts for the Raptors this season.




F — Liv Cramer, Sr., Dawson: After a two year hiatus from the game due to concussions, the Mustangs senior was instrumental in leading her team to the Class 2A crown.

F — Alia Mentzell, Sr., Boulder: Was singled out by a majority of Front Range League coaches as the force behind the Panthers successful season.

F — Mallory Mooney, So., Broomfield: There is plenty to look forward to when it comes to the creative Eagles striker, who finished with 15 goals and 12 assists.

F — Hailey Stodden, Sr., Broomfield: The BoCoPreps.com Player of the Year for the second straight season finished with a Class 5A best 32 goals for the state runners-up.

MF — Skylar Anderson, Sr., Fairview: The University of Michigan doesn’t hand out scholarships to just anyone. Anderson’s presence in the Knights midfield will be missed next season.

MF — Gracie Armstrong, Sr., Legacy: Maybe more of a natural forward — leading the Lightning with 17 goals — the Washington State bound star is versatile all over the field.

MF — Mira Houck, Jr., Jefferson Academy: Fitting that the Jags junior banged home the clinching shootout goal in the Class 3A title game. It’s her third appearance here.

MF — Gia Lemley, Sr., Broomfield: Had the knack for making her presence felt and much like Stodden, was capable of putting the Eagles on her back when they needed it.

MF — Talia Hatami, Jr., Fairview: A first team Front Range League selection as a center-mid, is described as scrappy and tenacious defensively, clever and insightful with her offensive ingenuity.

D — Emily McParland, Sr., Jefferson Academy: The defensive-minded Jags had an anchor in the back, and she was more than instrumental in guiding them to the Class 3A title.

D — Kenzie Pasma, Sr., Niwot: Was the anchor of a defense that allowed just one goal on their home turf all season.

D — Sydney Postle, Sr., Mead: One of the most exciting defensive players to watch in our region. Her speed and toughness allowed her to match up with some of the state’s most lethal strikers.

D — Ashley Ward, Jr., Holy Family: On a Tigers team that was freshman and sophomore dominated, her leadership, especially in the back was key to their successful turnaround.

GK — Kaeyla Noble, Sr., Silver Creek: The clear leader of the Raptors had 12 clean sheets and made big save after big save during their Class 4A playoff run to the state semifinals.

Coach of the year – Denise Sutton, Jefferson Academy: The longtime fixture in the Class 3A Metro League, won her first title since taking Faith Christian all the way in 2002.


Tatum Abram, Jr., Prospect Ridge; Aspen Andersson, So., Fairview; Dakota Anderson, Jr., Monarch; Lucy Bauer, Sr., Fairview; Faith Brendenfur, Jr., Centaurus; Sabrina Bridwell, Sr., Skyline; Ella Campbell, Sr., Fairview; Kristen Capan, Jr., Jefferson Academy; Kody Clements, Jr., Holy Family; Lauren Clingman, Fr., Holy Family;

Brae Cole, Fr., Monarch; Allie Colvin, Sr., Niwot; Kaitlyn Day, So., Dawson; Madison Day, So., Dawson; Emily Dee, Sr., Peak to Peak; Jordan Deger, Sr., Peak to Peak; Alex Dunbar, So., Dawson; Casey Elnicki, Sr., Frederick; Cameron Epstein, Jr., Dawson; Peyton Fox, Jr., Mead;

Mannon Frykholm, Sr., Fairview; Grace Fuller, Sr., Broomfield; Alexis Gaffney, Sr., Legacy; Makenna Gottschalk, Sr., Legacy; McKenna Harrington, Jr., Erie; Sammie Holland, Jr., Monarch; Hayden Hotchkiss, Sr., Boulder; Grace Jackson, Sr., Prospect Ridge; Zoey Johnston, So., Monarch; Alexa Karsel, So., Silver Creek;

Brooklynn Kirkpatrick, So., Jefferson Academy; Daisia Knowles, Sr., Broomfield; Laura Leibfried, Sr., Centaurus; Daisy Light, Jr., Monarch; Bridget Lynch, Jr., Jefferson Academy; Rylie MacLennan, So., Erie; Reilly Madden, Jr., Boulder; Anna Maher, Sr., Mead; Estasia McGlothlin, So., Dawson; Alison McNeal, Jr., Erie;

Kenna Meier, Sr., Skyline; Degen Miller, Fr., Dawson; Jessie Mooney, Sr., Broomfield; Izzy Munsel, Jr., Broomfield; Daneca Nelsen, Fr., Peak to Peak; Dani Nelson, Sr., Fairview; Kalen Niedling, Sr., Skyline; Madison Nissen, So., Centaurus; Paola Rubi, Fr., Skyline; Ava Samuelson, Fr., Monarch;

Nicolette Sandoval, Sr., Holy Family; Rachel Schlagel, Sr., Jefferson Academy; Kennedy Sheetz, Sr., Longmont; Morgan Stone, Jr., Boulder; Colleen Tyrrell, Jr., Silver Creek; Georgia Weeks, So., Fairview; Iris Zhang, So., Peak to Peak.

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