2014 All-Area Girls Soccer Team
â€¢ Tori Dean, Sherando
The junior forward finished the season with nine goals and led the Warriors with seven assists. Dean was a first team all-Northwestern District selection and a first-team all-Conference 21 pick.
â€¢ Mandy Fogarty, Sherando
The senior forward finished the season with four goals and six assists, while helping lead the Warriors to a 7-4-3 record. Fogarty was a first team all-Northwestern District and second-team all-Conference 21 pick.
â€¢ Amelia Guthrie, Strasburg
The freshman forward was the Rams’ top scoring threat this past season, as she amassed a team-high 11 goals in 17 games played for Strasburg. The Rams finished the season with a record of 3-14.
â€¢ Emily Jordan, Stonewall
The junior midfielder/forward led the Generals with a team-high 11 goals this season. Jordan, a first team all-Shenandoah District selection, helped lead Stonewall Jackson to a record of 8-10.
â€¢ Courtney L’Amoreaux, Warren County
The sophomore midfielder led the Wildcats with 13 assists and also chipped in three goals this season. L’Amoreaux was a second team all-Bull Run District pick and a second team all-Conference 28 selection.
â€¢ Erin Magalis, Sherando
The junior defender finished the season with a team-high 11 goals to go along with two assists. Magalis was a first team all-Northwestern District selection and a second team all-Conference 21 pick.
â€¢ Hannah McGann, SVCA
The junior forward finished with 18 goals and had an area-high 15 assists for the Patriots. McGann was named first team all-district, all-North Region and all-state in the VACA and was a NACA All-American.
â€¢ Megan Norton, SVCA
The senior midfielder had a team-high 29 goals and 11 assists. Norton was the VACA state player of the year and state tournament MVP. She was also named a NACA All-American and NACA tournament offensive MVP.
â€¢ Kayla Phaneuf, SVCA
The junior goalkeeper finished the season with 87 saves and an area-best 14 shutouts. Phaneuf was named a VACAâ€ˆfirst team all-district selection, a first team all-North Region pick and a first-team all-state selection.
â€¢ Kelsea Potts, Warren County
The senior forward led the area with a school-record 39 goals for the Wildcats this season. Potts was a first team all-Bull Run District, first team all-Conference 28 and first team all-Region 3A East selection.
â€¢ Anne Skube, Warren County
The senior defender finished the season with five goals and eight assists for the Wildcats. Skube was a first team all-Bull Run District selection and a first team all-Conference 28 pick.
â€¢ Dustin Wheelock, SVCA
Wheelock led the Patriots to a Virginia Association of Christian Athletics state championship and a National Association of Christian Athletics title. SVCA finished the season 19-4-3.
â€¢ Sara Bates, Skyline
â€¢ Haley Bischoff, Strasburg
â€¢ Quinn Breeden, Skyline
â€¢ Kelsey Kokkonen, Stonewall
â€¢ Jenny Norman, Skyline
â€¢ Jenny Philpott, Central
â€¢ Emma Selby, Central
â€¢ Allison Singleton, Stonewall
â€¢ Brittany Singleton, Stonewall
â€¢ Audra Sites, Sherando
â€¢ Grace Snyder, SVCA