All-Area Girls Soccer first and second teams

Player of the Year

Cali Crisler, Sr., Midfielder, Archbishop Murphy

Wildcats forward scored 26 goals and assisted on 16 others in leading Archbishop Murphy to an undefeated regular season and spot in the state tournament

Coach of the Year

Jesslyn Kellerman, Jackson

In her second season as the Timberwolves head coach, Kellerman led the Jackson girls soccer team to the 4A district championship game and state tournament after missing the playoffs a year ago.

All-Area First Team

Forward

Kelsee Crenshaw, Sr., M. Getchell

This Chargers forward scored 17 goals and assisted on four others to lead Getchell to its first playoff win in school history as the Chargers were one win shy of a state berth.

Amanda Klep, Sr., M. Pilchuck

This Tomahawks forward scored 24 goals and assisted on six others to lead Pilchuck to a Wesco 3A North title and state berth.

Emily Crichlow, Sr., Meadowdale

This Mavericks forward scored 19 goals and assisted on seven others in leading Meadowdale to a district title and a spot at state.

Midfielder

Cali Crisler, Sr., Archbishop Murphy

This Wildcats midfielder scored 26 goals and assisted on 16 others to lead Archbishop Murphy to the state tournament.

Savanah VanCitters, Sr., Edmonds-Woodway

Helping set up her teammates for a number of goals, this Warriors midfielder was a big part of Edmonds-Woodway’s run to the state playoffs.

Alyssa Navlet, Sr., Meadowdale

The Mavericks midfielder was one of the area’s leader in assists in helping Meadowdale make a run to the state playoffs.

Maddie Cooley, So., Jackson

This sophomore midfielder was a big reason Jackson made it back to the state playoffs after missing out on the postseason a year ago.

Defender

Sofia Colvin, Sr., Edmonds-Woodway

This Warriors defender was a key component of an Edmonds-Woodway defense that recorded seven shutouts and won a district championship.

Brooke Pingrey, Sr., Snohomish

A four-year letterman, this Panthers defender’s competitive drive led a Snohomish defense that led the team to a Wesco 4A North title.

Lynnae George, Jr., Jackson

This Timberwolves defender was a big part of helping a stingy Jackson defense, which recorded 11 shutouts and held opponents to an average of 0.4 goal per game this season.

Cecilia Nguyen, Sr., Archbishop Murphy

This Wildcats defender was the leader of an Archbishop Murphy defense that recorded 14 shutouts and held opponents to an average of 0.36 goals per game this season.

Goalkeeper

Friday Swenson, Sr., Shorecrest

Recorded 11 shutouts in goal for the Scots, including a stretch of seven straight games during the season, to lead Shorecrest to a Wesco 3A South title.

Second Team

Forward

Nikki Hovland, Sr., Jackson

Ellie Otteson, Jr., Snohomish

Rylee Peterson, Fr., Edmonds-Woodway

Midfielder

Claire Feeney, So., Archbishop Murphy

Olivia Larson, So., Arlington

Jaclyn Metz, Jr., Edmonds-Woodway

Taylor Monroe-Jones, Jr., Meadowdale

Defender

Maddy Kristjanson, Sr., M. Terrace

Anne Ferguson, Jr., Kamiak

Kendall Raecker, Sr., Meadowdale

Darby Winterer, Sr., Arlington

Goalkeeper

Kiera Towell, Jr., Edmonds-Woodway

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