All-Calhoun County girls soccer team -- complete list
by Brandon Miller
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Kiyana Bullock

So., 5-8, F • Anniston

Noteworthy: Bullock handled a versatile role to the Bulldogs, playing nearly every position on the field. She finished in the season with seven assists and three goals.

Laura Davenport

Fr., 5-7, MF • Oxford

Noteworthy: Davenport worked the hardest for the Yellow Jackets and led the team in goals this past season. The freshman was also one of the team’s captains.

Marissa Davis

Sr., 5-1, D • Donoho

Noteworthy: Davis was a team captain the past three seasons and brought relentless play to the Lady Falcons’ defense.

Allison Judge

Sr., 5-7, ATH • Jacksonville

Noteworthy: Judge played nearly every position for the Golden Eagles. Jacksoville’s valedictorian scored two goals and had eight assists.

Mattison Lowery

Fr., 5-5, GK • Jacksonville

Noteworthy: Lowery allowed an average of only 1.1 goals a game for the Golden Eagles. She made 112 saves and recorded seven shutouts.

Quenteeria Mooney

Soph., 5-10, D • Jacksonville

Noteworthy: Mooney was a relentless defender who won half of her battles last season. She also recorded three assists and a goal.

Sharon Osterbind

Sr., 6-1, F • Jacksonville

Noteworthy: Osterbind led the Golden Eagles with 44 goals and 18 assists, but also played a larger role for the run. The UAB signee served as a coach on the field and played the largest role in Jacksonville’s state quarterfinals run.

Virginia Poe

So., 5-10, MF • Jacksonville

Noteworthy: Poe defended and scored for the Golden Eagles. The sophomore finished the season with 37 goals and 17 assists.

Miranda Schoening

Fr., 5-11, GK • Oxford

Noteworthy: Schoening kept the Yellow Jackets in most games with her outstanding play in goal. The freshman was also the heart of the defense.

Katherine Westbrook

Sr., 5-9, MF • Donoho

Noteworthy: Westbrook provided steady leadership on both sides of the ball for the Falcons. The senior recorded 16 goals this past season.

Leslie Williams

Jr., 4-10, F • Donoho

Noteworthy: Williams broke onto the scene as the Falcons leader in goals scored with 27, as she helped Donoho make a second-round playoff run.

Maddy Oblena

Soph., 5-3, MF • Sacred Heart

Noteworthy: Oblena was all over the field for the Cardinals, leading Sacred Heart with her offensive and defensive play.

Second TEAM

Anniston — Raven Cooley, Tahlyia Knox; Oxford — Tristan Lackey, Aniya Mahaffey; Jacksonville — Ashton Wells, Elizabeth Poe, Cindee Tang, Jordan Terry, Kaila Green; Donoho — Lily Wiedmer; Sacred Heart — Haili Clark.

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