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Fairview High School's Camille Johnson (No. ...
Fairview High School’s Camille Johnson (No. 6) shoots and scores against Fruita Monument High School on Friday, April 1, 2022. (Matthew Jonas/Staff Photographer)


Attack — Cami Johnson, Jr., Fairview: A prolific Knights offense started often with Johnson’s flashy play, as she netted 64 goals (16th overall) to earn first-team all-state in Class 5A.

Attack — Finnley Dancy, So., Fairview: The sophomore found more teammates for scores (27 assists) than putting the ball in the back of the net herself (23 goals), but her 50 points were instrumental in FHS’ 15-3 season.

Midfield — Annabelle Biggar, Jr., Dawson: Led Colorado in goals scored for the second straight season, this time crashing the net for 122 markers in just 17 games. Dawson made the second round of the Class 4A playoffs, and Biggar was a all-state honorable mention.

Midfield — Sidney Edmonds, Sr., Holy Family: The senior Tiger notched 78 goals to finish seventh state-wide in that category, scoring at least four goals in 12 games. She was named Class 4A all-state honorable mention.

Defense — Ava Welty, Sr., Fairview: The player of the year and USA Lacrosse All-American will head to DU next year coming off a season in which she helped limit opponents to 5.6 goals a game while improving her draw control game to help the offense.

Defense — Mia Welty, Jr., Fairview: Another first-team all-conference defender, the FHS junior was consistently on the same page with her teammates when it came to picking up what opponents were trying to do to break them down. She also contributed 14 goals.

Goalie — Thayer Hubbard, Sr., Fairview: A USA Lacrosse all-academic player, Hubbard’s senior season included 67 saves made — 10 of which came in the Class 5A semifinal to keep the Knights in it. She made Class 5A honorable mention all-state.

Coach — Kelsey Sheridan, Fairview: With just six seniors on the team, the Knights claimed 15 straight victories after two tough losses to start the year and were within one goal of a state championship game appearance.


Sophie Gebhardt, Sr., Dawson; Ali Hartman, Jr., Fairview; Julia Hodell, So., Holy Family; Sarah Vail, So., Holy Family.

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