Vote for Girls Soccer Player of the Year

Eds. note: Player of the Year is chosen by Herald staff members based on first-hand observations and voting by area coaches and fans. Voting ends Friday at noon.

Cali Crisler, Archbishop Murphy

Wildcats forward scored 22 goals and assisted on 14 others in leading AM to an undefeated regular season and spot in the state tournament

Emily Crichlow, Meadowdale

The Mavericks forward scored 15 goals in leading Meadowdale to a district title and a spot at state.

Amanda Klep, Marysville Pilchuck

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

Ellie Otteson, Snohomish

The Panthers forward scored 15 goals and assisted on five others as Snohomish won the Wesco 4A North title

Rylee Peterson, Edmonds-Woodway

The Warriors forward scored 16 goals and assisted on three others as Edmonds-Woodway shared the Wesco 4A South and District 1 title

Kelsee Crenshaw, Marysville Getchell

The Chargers forward scored 17 goals and assisted on four other as MG won their first playoff win in school history and came one game shy of a state berth

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