Best of the Best: 2021 Girls Soccer All-Valley Team
Here’s a look at the best high school girls soccer players in Utah Valley in 2021:
Player of the Year: Ally Dahl, Sr. MF, Lehi
Dynamic team leader who set the tone for the Pioneers both with her performance on the field and with her example off of it. She put in 10 goals and had five assists, but was the central focal point for Lehi throughout the season. Her toughness and determination were a big reason the Pioneers rallied to make a run to the 5A state championship game.
Offensive MVP: Presley Devey, Sr. F, Cedar Valley
Spectacular finisher who notched 50 goals and added 8 assists in 2021, even though every opponent put two and sometimes three defenders on her. Her ability to score for the Aviators in both the run of play or on set pieces made her a must-watch performer all year.
Midfielder MVP: Olivia Driggs, Sr. MF, Skyridge
Anchor in the middle for the Falcons who could both make big stops defensively and spearhead the attack when needed. Her presence and skills helped propel Skyridge to the 6A state championship game.
Defensive MVP: Tatum Frazier, Sr. D, Lone Peak
Consummate position defender who was one of the best players in the state at getting to balls in the air. Her abilities and presence set the Knights up to get the No. 1 seed in the 6A state tournament.
Keeper of the Year: Eva Chenn, Sr. GK, Lone Peak
Aggressive keeper who never hesitated to attack the angles and fight through crowds to get to the ball. She also was a key communicator and kept the Knight defense organized as it got the No. 1 seed after an impressive regular season.
Coach of the Year: Tim Graham, Lehi
Gifted tactician and motivator who pushed the Pioneers to be their best but also aided them when they navigated difficult times during the year. The adversity and his direction helped Lehi reach the 5A state championship.
2021 All-Valley Girls Soccer Team
Olivia Barlow, Sr. F, Skyridge
Excellent finisher who put pressure up top and created opportunities, scoring eight goals.
Lataya Brost, Sr. MF, Timpanogos
Tenacious attacker who always had an aggressive mentally, putting in 17 goals and adding nine assists.
Hadlie Bullock, Sr. D, Skyridge
Crucial backline force who kept the Falcons organized under pressure as well as when moving the ball forward.
Kylee Carrick, Sr. MF, Salem Hills
Key contributor both on offense (8 goals, 8 assists) and on defense for the resilient Skyhawks.
Summer Christensen, Timpanogos
Speedy forward who was always a threat to make big plays (13 goals, 11 assists).
Ellie Ford, Jr. F, Timpview
Difficult matchup up top who gave defenses nightmares, tallying 13 goals and 10 assists.
Allie Fryer, Sr. F, Maple Mountain
Elite finisher who capped her amazing Golden Eagle career with 24 goals and 9 assists.
Camryn Jorgensen, Sr. F, Lone Peak
Creative facilitator (16 goals, 15 assists in 29 career games) who made the entire team better before her season was cut short by injury.
Sheridan Liggett, Sr. MF, Maple Mountain
Workhorse who would give her all for both offensive and defensive roles (7 goals, 5 assists).
Bailey McArthur, Jr. MF, Cedar Valley
Excellent anchor in the center who often found ways to get the ball in the net (14 goals, 15 assists)
Catherine Miller, Jr. F, Maeser
Amazing scorer who finished No 3 in the state with 44 goals for the Lions.
Jordyn Peake, Sr. F, Cedar Valley
Relentless attacker who was always willing to make the right pass (10 goals, 20 assists).
Sierra Pennock, Sr. MF, Timpanogos
Fantastic organizer with deft ball skills, tallying six goals and seven assists.
Stephanie Roper, Jr. F, Lehi
Potent goal scorer who was tireless in going at opposing defenses (17 goals, 6 assists).
Sayler Schlosser, Sr. F, Lone Peak
Game-changing talent who often found ways to battle through multiple defenders to make big plays (13 goals, 7 assists).
Isabel Stratton, Sr. F, American Heritage
Unstoppable presences who always got the ball in the net, putting in 38 goals (No. 4 in the state).
Kamryn Willoughby, Sr. GK, Pleasant Grove
Amazing shot-stopper between the pipes who made acrobatic stops throughout the season for the Vikings.
Calista Wren, Sr. F, Lehi
Focused attacker who was always ready to take advantage of opportunities (6 goals, 2 assists).
American Fork: Nicole Lewis, Addi Larsen, AJ Stromberg, Brooklyn Northcutt, Kennedy Dibb
American Heritage: Hailey Lawrence, Bailey Tillman, Emma Gibbs
Cedar Valley: Rylie Beck, Saige Meryhew, Maddie Haslem, Kayla Cahoon, Saige Stevens
Juab: Josephine Kay, Natalie Morrell
Lehi: Hayley Ogden, Erin Dahl, Sarah Ballard, Adysen Miller, Reagan Adair, Olivia Smith
Lone Peak: Lacy Fox, Bella Devey, Kate Denney, Elle Young, Molly Wakefield, Sadie Ross
Maeser Prep: Samira Sosa, Anelie Peterson, Allie Radmall
Maple Mountain: Mika Krommenhoek, Nixan Jackson, Cesia Swain, Jordan Denton, Paiton Collins
Mountain View: Kate Shirts, Sabrina McCarter, Hannah Jackson, Jenny Goodman
Orem: Kalo Iongi, Lizzie Rawlings
Payson: Krista Rowley, Jazmin Castano, Ashtynne DeGroff, Kenli Miller
Pleasant Grove: Indie Winterton, Kamryn Willoughby, Kiersi Fietkau, Jordyn Farrer
Provo: Jimena Fuentes, Hannah Rose, Mara Reynolds
Salem Hills: Bryanna Hofheins, Monica Garcia, Ashley Garcia, Mckell Parcell, Aaliyah Pena
Skyridge: Kalena Bellini, Amanda Caswell, Kylie Olsen, Alexa Balls, Emily Auman
Spanish Fork: Kate Fallon, Leah Harwood, Miriam Pendleton
Springville: Sophie Neves, Lox Neves, Tea Vallejo
Timpanogos: Haley Hutchins, Mary Roberts, Tobin Hutchings, Sariah Brady, Emma McIff
Timpview: Sarah Oyler, Amelia Lamb, Eliza Doxey
Wasatch: Berkley Bingelli, Alexandra Vernsey, Lydia Farley
Westlake: Emmy Finlinson, Pyper Vance, Kyla Jennings, Afton Perry, Campbell Erickson