Girls Soccer All-Area Teams

All-Area First Team


Alisa Sagdahl, Meadowdale

Cara Wegner, Jackson

Lauren Luke, Kamiak

Maggie Pleis, Cedarcrest


Morgan Green, Snohomish

Shelby Koch, Archbishop Murphy

Kelly Gould, Archbishop Murphy

Breonna Countryman, Lake Stevens


Ally Beck, Archbishop Murphy

Paige Littrell, Kamiak

Ashley Saracino, Lake Stevens

Rebecca Lentz, Marysville Pilchuck


Miranda Head, Lakewood

All-Area Second Team


Haley Ayers, Everett

Erin Russell, Mountlake Terrace

Lauren Allison, Stanwood

Emily Critchlow, Meadowdale


Bailey McMullen, Everett

Gabrielle Wagonblast, Everett

Sadie Hitsky, Arlington

Sheridan Becanic, Glacier Peak


Alexa Thompson, Meadowdale

Brooke Pingrey, Snohomish

Aly Morgan, Snohomish

Rosie Sittauer, Everett


Kiaya Paulsen, Lake Stevens


The Herald’s All-Area girls soccer team and the Player of the Year were chosen through fan voting and a survey of local coaches and Herald staff.

Fan voting

Ballot totals

Votes for Player of the Year

3: Alisa Sagdahl

2: Cara Wegner

2: Miranda Head

1: Morgan Green

1: Kelly Gould

1: Ally Beck

1: Rebecca Lentz

Position ranking


Cara Wegner, f, Jackson, 21

Alisa Sagdahl, f, Meadowdale, 18

Lauren Luke, f, Kamiak, 17

Maggie Pleis, f, Cedarcrest, 11

Haley Ayers, f, Everett, 9

Erin Russell, f, Mountlake Terrace, 6

Emily Critchlow, f, Meadowdale, 3

Lauren Allison, f, Stanwood, 3

Cali Crisler, f, Archbishop Murphy, 2

Ciara Carter, f, Lakewood, 2


Morgan Green, mf, Snohomish, 22

Shelby Koch, mf, Archbishop Murphy, 15

Kelly Gould, mf, Archbishop Murphy, 11

Breonna Countryman, mf, Lakewood, 9

Bailey McMullen, mf, Everett, 7

Gabrielle Wagonblast, mf, Everett, 7

Sadie Hitsky, mf, Arlington, 6

Sheridan Becanic, mf, Glacier Peak, 5

McKayla Fox, mf, Everett, 4

Megan Cooley, mf, Jackson, 4

Annie Laurie Hund, mf, Snohomish, 3

Bailey Lux-Lowry, mf, Kamiak, 3

Lulu Wissmar, mf, Shorecrest, 3

Sarah Jenkins, mf, Cascade, 3


Ally Beck, d, Archbishop Murphy, 21

Paige Littrell, d, Kamiak, 11

Ashley Saracino, d, Lake Stevens, 9

Rebecca Lentz, d, Marysville Pilchuck, 9

Alexa Thompson, d, Meadowdale, 8

Brooke Pingrey, d, Snohomish, 8

Aly Morgan, d, Snohomish, 8

Rosie Sittauer, d, Everett, 7

Maddie Seckman, d, Kamiak, 4

McKenna Swanson, d, Cedarcrest,4

Kennady Bonnallie, d, Lakewood, 3

Khadija Tarver, d, Everett, 2

Hannah Dowdell, d, Cascade, 2

Shelby Stromerson, d, Glacier Peak, 2


Miranda Head, gk, Lakewood, 22

Kiaya Paulsen, gk, Lake Stevens, 17

Melissa Dreves, gk, Snohomish, 11

Emma Makela, gk, Kamiak, 7

Frida Swenson, gk, Shorecrest, 4

Amanda Aversano, gk, Mountlake Terrace, 3

Ashley Rough, gk, Meadowdale, 3

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