2016 All-Area Girls Soccer Team
J.J Dellinger, Stonewall Jackson
The sophomore midfielder ranked fifth in the area with 14 goals while also contributing nine assists for the Generals. Dellinger was a first team all-Conference 35 and all-Shenandoah District selection.
Olivia Elliott, Sherando
The senior defender scored six goals and contributed seven assists for the Warriors this spring. Elliott, who helped lead Sherando to seven wins this season, was a first team all-Conference 21 West selection.
LuLu Funkhouser, Stonewall Jackson
The sophomore forward ranked third in the area with 24 goals and led all local players with 19 assists for the Generals. Funkhouser was a first team all-Conference 35 and all-Shenandoah District selection.
Kendall Herbaugh, Central
The freshman goalkeeper finished her first varsity season with 179 saves, tied for the second-best mark in the area, and five shutouts. Herbaugh was a first team all-Conference 35 and all-Bull Run District pick.
Courtney L’Amoreaux, Warren County
The senior midfielder scored nine goals and chipped in seven assists for the Wildcats this spring. L’Amoreaux was a first team all-Conference 28 selection and a second team all-Bull Run District pick.
Hannah Max, SVCA
The junior led the area with 37 goals while contributing 12 assists for the Patriots. Max was a first team all-Mason-Dixon Christian Conference selection and a National Association of Christian Athletes All-American.
Sarah Max, SVCA
The freshman midfielder finished second in the area with 31 goals and tied for the team lead with 17 assists. Max was a first team all-Mason-Dixon Christian Conference selection and helped lead the Patriots to 17 wins.
Lisette Moya, Warren County
The sophomore forward ranked fourth in the area with 22 goals and led the Wildcats with eight assists. Moya, who helped lead the Wildcats to eight wins, was a first team all-Conference 28 and all-Bull Run District pick.
Ciara Philpott, Central
The sophomore midfielder led the Falcons with 11 goals and nine assists this spring. Philpott, who helped lead Central to nine wins, was a first team all-Conference 35 selection and a second team all-Bull Run District pick.
Theresa Smith, Central
The senior defender led a Falcon defensive back line that limited opponents to less than two goals per game this spring. Smith was a first team all-Conference 35 and second team all-Bull Run District pick.
Megan Triplett, Sherando
The junior midfielder finished the spring season with 10 goals, a mark that led the Warriors, while also contributing three assists. Triplett was a first team all-Conference 21 West selection.
Kim Dellinger, Central
In his second season as head coah, Dellinger led the Falcons to nine wins this spring after Central won three matches in 2015. Central reached the Conference 35 tournament semifinals.
Haley Bischoff, Strasburg
Lauren Cook, Central
Kaley Foulks, Warren County
Kara Hendren, Sherando
Kelsey Kokkonen, Stonewall Jackson
Rebekah Max, SVCA
Shauna Sayers, Warren County
Brittany Singleton, Stonewall Jackson
Kali Slate, Skyline
Dreaya Somerville, Sherando
Taylor Ziemer, Skyline