The Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association recently released their selections for all states for the 2021 girl season and a total of 10 players from the Dearborn area were honored.
Divine Child had picked seven players for the All-State team in a big year for the program.
The Falcons scored a total of 17-5, won their first Catholic League title, clinched their third consecutive district crown, and won their first regional championship. Divine Child reached the semi-finals of Division 2 and lost to eventual national champions Bloomfield Hills Marian with a score of 3-0.
Dearborn High had picked three players for the All-State team this spring.
The Pioneers achieved an overall record of 14-7-1, took second place in the KLAA East and won a second district title in a row. Five of Dearborn’s seven defeats were caused by just one goal, including a 1-0 loss to Ann Arbor Skyline in the regional semi-finals.
Divine Child’s junior striker Ashtyn Lange has received all first-team state honors in Division 2.
Senior striker Morgan Stack and junior midfielder Mia Thomson were both named to the Falcons’ second team, while senior midfielder Brooke Dolkowski was named third-team.
A National Honorable Mention went to senior midfielder Taylor Meadows, junior defender Lyndsey Aho and second midfielder Sydney Bourdon.
From Dearborn, senior striker Lila Mozham was a selection of the third team in the entire state league in Division 1.
In addition, senior defender Stella Doverspike and junior striker Serena Faraj each received honorable mentions for the Pioneers.