Class AAA All-State girls soccer teams
As selected by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association:
Michelle Newhouse, Capital, sr.
Erika Yohn, Morgantown, jr.
Maggie Snively, Morgantown, jr.
Charlie Lucente, George Washington, sr.
Jayne Lawman, Winfield, soph
Emily Godwin, Buckhannon-Upshur, sr., captain
Lyndsey Thompson, Shady Spring, jr.
Makayla Schmidt, Morgantown, jr.
Haley Claudio, George Washington, sr.
Lauren Cvechko, Buckhannon-Upshur, sr.
Braddick Price, Huntington, sr.
Erin Midkiff, Winfield, sr.
Savannah Barajas, Woodrow Wilson, sr.
Oliva Miller, George Washington, soph
Kelsey Hinzman, Buckhannon-Upshur, sr.
Emily Cole, Winfield, sr., captain
Brooklyn Waddell, Buckhannon-Upshur, sr.
Brittany Minor, Hurricane, sr.
Sarah Akers, Woodrow Wilson, jr.
Summer Wheatley, Huntington, sr.
Ashley Grove, Wheeling Park, sr.
Kelsie Burns, Huntington, sr.
Jessica Inman, Princeton, sr.
Brooke Cogar, Shady Spring, jr.
Kiersten Barnholt, Jefferson, sr.
Kelsey Hibbs, Morgantown, jr.
Kiersten Barnholtz, Jefferson; Kristen Bolinger, Preston; Andrea Breeden, George Washington; Mazie Cheesebrough, Morgantown; Carly Collins, Wheeling Park; Rebekah Cook, Woodrow Wilson; Katie Crowder, Capital; Elizabeth Custer, University; Michaela Hinerman, Brooke; Ashton Holiday, Greenbrier East; Meghan Horan, Wheeling Park; Cheyenne Hudson, Brooke; Sydney Jacobson, Huntington High; CeCe Jebbia, Wheeling Park; Emily Lane, Woodrow Wilson; Karli Louisos, Oak Hill; Brittany Maphis, Hampshire; Kristin Minger, Brooke; Taylor Morton, Hurricane; Hannah Myers, St. Albans; Kylie Nelson, Washington; Annie Oar, Martinsburg; Jade Oar, Shady Spring; Brianne Ovalle, Oak Hill; Rachel Ranson, Jefferson; Emily Rhodes, Spring Valley; Tory Shackleford, Huntington; Hannah Smith, Spring Valley; Becca Spencer, Spring Valley; Hannah Stankus, Buckhannon-Upshur; Amy Stewart, Spring Valley; Bri Swecker, Elkins; Hannah Thompson, Hurricane; McKenna Warnick, Preston; Shae West, Greenbrier East; Kaitlyn Workman, Preston
Class AAA All-State girls soccer teams
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