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1A TriCo Girls Soccer All-League

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Castle Rock girls soccer

Castle Rock players Casie Klein, Maile West and Ellie Woolcott form a defensive wall against Columbia's free kick during the second half of their 1A TriCo contest, Tuesday. Castle Rock won 3-0.

Player of the Year

Shaela Bradley, La Center, 11

Offensive POY

Anna Mooney, Seton Catholic, 12

Defensive POY

Sofia Aragon, Seton Catholic, 12

Goalie of the Year

Hailey Hammerstrom, Seton Catholic, 10

Coach of the Year

Matt Cone, La Center

First Team

G - Audrey Armstrong, King’s Way Christian, 8

D - Janna Croskrey, La Center, 10

D - Bailey Vanderoef, La Center, 9

D - Grace Mayhugh, King’s Way, 12

D - Abby Gavora, Seton Catholic, 11

D - Ava Gavora, Seton Catholic, 9

M - Mikaela Bright, La Center, 11

M - Casie Kleine, Castle Rock, 10

M - Jessica Barrett, Seton Cathlic, 10

M - Shaylie Haij, King’s Way, 8

F - Siena Flint, Castle Rock, 12

F - Madisen Newbury, La Center, 11

F - Ally Smith, King’s Way, 11

F - Lisa Quist, White Salmon, 11

Second Team

G - Sophia Johnson, La Center, 11

D - Ava Goff, La Center, 11

D - Kennedy Broadbent, King’s Way, 12

D - Hannah Rouse, King’s Way, 10

D - Isabella Remmers, Castle Rock, 12

D - Claira Ellersick, La Center, 11

M - Kiera Williams, Seton Catholic, 12

M - Sadie PRatt, La Center, 9

M - Sadie Schmidt, La Center, 10

M Valerie Knight, King’s Way, 12

M - Saylor Hauge, White Salmon, 10

F - Hanna Jo Hammerstrom, Seton Catholic, 12

F - CJ Moore, Seton Catholic, 9

F - Isabel Kurtz, La Center, 10

Honorable Mentions (locals only)

Jequel Cole, Castle Rock, 10

Adrianna Alcaraz, Castle Rock, 11


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