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The Palm Beach Post Winter Sports Team reveal from 2021 continues with the girls’ soccer teams of schools big and small.
Boys ‘and girls’ basketball will be unveiled on Sunday.
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With that in mind, the Palm Beach Post is excited to recognize Palm Beach County’s top girls soccer talent last season.
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LARGE SCHOOLS (5A-8A)
Player of the year
Nicole Solis, elderly, striker, West Boca Raton
Solis scored 33 team-level goals for West Boca, added seven assists and scored 69 points in a hugely successful senior campaign for the Bulls striker. West Boca won the regional quarter-finals, finishing 14-3-1.
Trainer of the year
Rachael Grimes, Boca Raton
Grimes led the Bobcats to an undefeated regular season, district championship, and regional class 7A semifinals. In 14 games, Grimes’ Bobcats outperformed their opponents 45-7.
Emma Mossey, Junior, Defense attorney, Boca Raton
Mossey scored five goals and one assist and was part of a strong defensive that only scored seven goals in 14 games. This helped the team achieve a regional quarter-final victory.
Guilianna Johnston, junior, striker, Suncoast
Johnston scored 20 goals and 15 assists during the 2020-2021 campaign for Suncoast, both team highs for the Chargers. Her offensive talent led Suncoast to the regional semifinals of class 5A.
Jada Fernandes, senior, midfielder, Boca Raton
Fernandes scored 10 goals and added eight assists, helping the Bobcats to a 10-1-3 record and a regional quarter-final win.
Julia Ziegenfuss, junior, striker, Dwyer
Ziegenfuss scored 16 goals and nine assists, both team highs for the Panthers, who won a district title and reached the regional class 7A semifinals.
More: Julia Ziegenfuss scores four goals when Dwyer High Girls Soccer gets past Wellington in the regional quarterfinals
Kaity Cierpik, Senior, Defender, Olympic Heights
Cierpick returned from ankle surgery in October, missing just one game, leading the Lions to an 11-5-4 record and an appearance in the district championship behind a strong defensive campaign. The Lions allowed 14 goals for the entire season and got into the state tournament of class 6A.
Lara Lanco, senior, goalkeeper, Boca Raton
Lanco was a force on the net who achieved five shutout performances and only scored seven goals for the entire season. This enabled the Bobcats to achieve a 10-1-3 record and a regional quarter-final victory.
More: Boca Raton smashes Park Vista and wins another district title
Noa Gunther, senior, striker, West Boca Raton
Gunther scored 21 goals and 12 assists to lead a ferocious bull attack on the field. Their offensive performances led West Boca to a 14-3-1 record and a regional quarter-final victory.
Payton Stover, senior, midfielder, Park Vista
Stover scored three goals and nine assists to lead Park Vista to an appearance in the district championship and promotion to the 7A state tournament.
Rylee Schaefer, senior, striker, Palm Beach Gardens
Schäfer averaged one goal per game, scored 14 goals in 12 games and added 10 assists.
Samantha Long, sophomore, midfielder, Dwyer
Long scored nine goals and nine assists and helped the Panthers to a 10-3-3 record and a regional quarter-final victory.
Tyler Vance, junior, defender / midfielder, Wellington
The junior captain helped the Wolverines keep opposing crimes at bay this season, adding three goals to her name as Wellington rose to the Class 7A State tournament.
Alyssa Smith, elderly, midfielder, Olympic Heights
Celce Cameron, freshman, defender, Olympic Heights
Gabriela Shegota, junior, striker, Boca Raton
Hannah Shinder, sophomore, midfielder, Spanish River
Katherine Bielec, Elderly, Defense Attorney, Boca Raton
Leila Etemadi, junior, striker, Palm Beach Central
Maddison Gatto, junior, striker, Park Vista
Olivia Calnek, sophomore, goalie, Olympic Heights
Remi Lizzio, Senior, Defender, Spanish River
Samantha Tendrich, junior, striker, Dwyer
Sydney Wiebell, senior, defense attorney, Jupiter
Alexandra Sanchez, Junior, Defender, Boca Raton
Amanda Rivera, freshman, defense attorney, Wellington
Amelia Catto, freshman, goalie, Olympic Heights
Bella Esteves, junior, midfielder, Wellington
Charlotte Bullen, freshman, striker, Palm Beach Central
Daphney Jean, junior, striker, Royal Palm Beach
Elie Smyth, junior, striker, Dwyer
Ella Scerbo, sophomore, midfielder, Park Vista
Emma Bermudez, elderly, midfielder, Palm Beach Central
Gretchen Duttenhofer, junior, goalkeeper, Jupiter
Haylee Mersereau, junior, defender / midfielder, Boca Raton
Katherine Bielec, Elderly, Defense Attorney, Boca Raton
Khrisana Robinson, senior, defense attorney, Wellington
Lily Gallagher, elderly, defense attorney, Dwyer
Lindsey Osinoff, senior, striker, Olympic Heights
Maddie Celce, sophomore, midfielder, Olympic Heights
Mia Delaney, elderly, midfielder, Jupiter
Michela Frozini, sophomore, midfielder, Royal Palm Beach
Skylar Deutch, senior, striker, Olympic Heights
Sofia Martinez, junior, midfielder, Boca Raton
Sydney Durrance, senior, striker, Olympic Heights
Tara Santa, junior, defense attorney, Royal Palm Beach
SMALL SCHOOLS (2A-4A)
Player of the year
Emily Schleifer, senior, midfielder, American Heritage
Schleifer scored 11 goals and added six assists that amassed 31 points to lead the Stallions to a 14-1-1 record, including an undefeated regular season. Behind her offensive contributions and leadership role in a young, talented squad, American Heritage stepped back into the state championship for the first time in six years.
More: For the first time since 2015, the American Heritage Girls Soccer is advancing to the state finals
Trainer of the year
Krisztian Mikoczi, American heir
Mikoczi led the stallions to an undefeated regular season and back to the state title game, a stage American Heritage had not reached since 2015. Under his leadership, American Heritage prevailed against the opponents with 68: 11.
More: American Heritage girls’ soccer with the aim of ending the seven-year drought in the national championship
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Avenue Whipp, Junior, Defender, Somerset Canyons
Whipp led the Cougars offensive with seven goals and twelve assists and helped Somerset Canyons to a 7-6 record.
Angelina Coelho, Junior, Midfielder / Striker, Oxbridge Academy
Oxbridge reached the Class 3A regional quarter-finals after an impressive performance from Coelho, who scored eight goals and added three assists.
Avery Thompson, junior, midfielder, American Heritage
Thompson ended a successful junior year contributing eight goals and eight assists to the relentless stallions’ attack. With their efforts, American Heritage reached the state finals, finishing the 14-1-1.
Cheyenne Lam, junior, striker, American heritage
Lam scored eleven goals and eight assists in an impressive youth campaign.
Emily Peterson, senior, goalie, American heritage
Peterson and the Defense of American Heritage allowed eleven goals, with the goalkeeper’s efforts helping the stallions to a state championship game and a 14-1-1 record.
Giavanna Vastola, sophomore, defense attorney, Jupiter Christian
Scoring 10 goals and six assists, Vastola secured the team’s lead with 26 points to help the Eagles set a 10-3-1 record and a regional quarter-finals.
Hana Lohmann, sophomore, midfielder, Glades Day
Lohmann scored 33 goals and contributed nine assists in 16 games, which made up a large part of the Gators’ offensive.
Isabella Larriu, freshman, striker, American heritage
Larriu led the stallions with 21 goals and added seven templates for an outstanding youth campaign.
Lily White, freshman, midfielder / striker, Benjamin
White led the privateers with 23 goals while contributing six assists. With 52 points, White helped Benjamin to a 13: 2: 1 record and a regional quarter-final victory.
Nyela Calnek, sophomore, defense attorney, American heritage
Calnek led a defense of American heritage that allowed only 11 goals, a big reason the Stallions went 14-1-1 and advanced to the state title game.
Tyneshia Herring, senior, striker, Berean Christian
Herring scored 15 goals and added nine assists in 13 games, helping the Bulldogs to a 10-3 record and a regional quarter-final win.
Aaliyah Plummer, senior, defense attorney, American heritage
Adrianna Devito, Elderly, Defense Attorney, American Heritage
Alex Lares, Senior, King’s Academy
Amanda Hood, elderly, defense attorney, Jupiter Christian
Ashlyn Goila, senior, striker, St. Andrew’s
Emma Barbee, senior, midfielder, Jupiter Christian
Emma Shirzad, senior, midfielder, Benjamin
Francesca Mendieta, senior citizen, midfielder, St. John Paul II
Hailey Lewis, senior, goalkeeper, Berean Christian
Jillian Moss, Junior, Defense Attorney, American Heritage
Layla Saperstein, junior, defense attorney, American Heritage
Amber Mistry, Senior, Defense Attorney, Oxbridge Academy
Annabel Roach, Junior, Defense Counsel, Cardinal Newman
Annalize Linton, senior, midfielder, Boca Raton Christian
Ava Wilkerson, freshman, King’s Academy
Cameryn Grissman, sophomore, defense attorney, Benjamin
Camila Bonilla, junior, midfielder, Oxbridge Academy
Ciara Alarcon, freshman, midfielder, American heritage
Julianna Tibbs, freshman, defender, Jupiter Christian
Leila Lena, newcomer, striker, John Paul II
Macy Bergsman, senior, defense attorney, Berean Christian
Madison Fiske, junior, defense attorney, Cardinal Newman
Mallory Forgath, sophomore, goalie, Oxbridge Academy
Mia Mackrey, 6th grade, King’s Academy
Mya Dobson, Senior, King’s Academy
Olivia Kweskin, sophomore, midfielder, Somerset Canyons
Parker Ward, sophomore, defense attorney, Oxbridge Academy
Saffron Christopher, sophomore, midfielder / defender, Oxbridge Academy
Vanessa Zito, 8th grade, midfielder, Benjamin