2010 All-Washtenaw County Girls Soccer Team
Girls soccer is the fourth in AnnArbor.com's series of 10 All-Washtenaw County teams from the spring sports season.
Kaitlyn Bedolla (jr. G), Pioneer: The junior goalkeeper led the Southeastern Conference and district in shutouts with 11, helping Pioneer finish undefeated in conference play to win the SEC Red. Bedolla’s shutout spree was highlighted by Pioneer’s 2-0 win over rival Huron in a Division 1 district championship game. She finished the season with 30 saves while allowing only six goals, earning all-district and all-region honors.
Meg Boyer (sr. F), Huron: Finishing with a team-high 17 goals along with 10 assists, Boyer’s most important goal undoubtedly came when she netted a shootout kick in Huron’s district semifinal win over host Saline. Boyer displayed that kind of efficiency all season, yielding D1 All-State honorable mention, as well as all-region, all-district and all-SEC honors.
Olivia Clark (jr. F), Pioneer: Clark finished with a team-high 19 goals, adding five assists to her totals. The junior forward was instrumental in the Pioneers’ climb to a Division 1 regional appearance, where Pioneer fell 2-1 to Canton. In the district championship game against Huron, Clark scored the opening goal in Pioneer’s 2-0 win. At season’s end, her accolades included all-SEC, all-districts, all-region and D1 all-state third team.
Lauren Fearday (sr. M), Pioneer: AnnArbor.com’s Player of the Year, Fearday earned a laundry list of honors this spring. The senior midfielder was named second team D1 all-state, all-region, all-district and all-SEC and was dubbed the No. 1 player in the SEC by league coaches. Her statistics were subtle (one goal, five assists), but her play spoke volumes.
Autumn Jacobs (sr. D), Saline: Jacobs gave the Hornets strong experience in the backfield and helped patrol Saline’s stingy defense. At the end of the season, Jacobs earned a D1 all-state honorable mention selection. She was also named all-SEC. She scored a goal to help Saline win its district-opener over Temperance Bedford.
Cara Johnson (sr. F), Chelsea: Johnson’s 16 goals and 12 assists helped lead the Bulldogs to a 13-3-4 record and an SEC White title. The senior, who was named all-SEC, netted a pair of goals in Chelsea’s 4-3 double-overtime thriller over Dexter in a D2 district quarterfinal. She was named all-district, all-region and D2 all-state second team.
Emilee Kaminski (jr. M), Saline: The Saline junior joined Pioneer’s Lauren Fearday as the only SEC players to make D1 all-state second team. Kaminski helped anchor the Hornets’ offense and defense all season long. Kaminski scored one of Saline’s six goals in its district-opener shutout of Temperance Bedford. She was named All-SEC.
Ainsley McAllister (sr. F), Huron: The senior forward provided 15 goals and nine assists to the River Rats’ offense this season. Her play helped the River Rats march into the D1 district finals against rival Pioneer. McAllister was named D1 all-state third team, as well as all-district and all-SEC.
Anna Rode (jr. M), Chelsea: The junior is the lone Washtenaw County player to earn all-state (D2) first team status. Rode pumped in a team- and area-high 22 goals, adding 15 assists along the way. Her play led the Bulldogs to an SEC White championship and a berth to the D2 district title game, where Chelsea lost to Skyline. She was named all-SEC, all-district and all-region.
Martha Sorenson (so. M), Father Gabriel Richard: The Fighting Irish sophomore led Father Gabriel Richard to its fifth straight D3 regional championship. Sorenson scored six goals, including one in a district title game, and distributed nine assists on the season. She was named D3 all-state third team and was selected to the All-Catholic High School League team.
Samantha Waldrop (jr. D), Pioneer: Aside from being a force defensively, Waldrop chipped in four goals and two assists for Pioneer. She led a Pioneer defense that allowed only three goals in conference play, with 11 total shutouts. She was named to the all-district and all-SEC teams and earned all-region honorable mention status.
Coach of the Year Lumumba Shabazz, Pioneer: In his second year at the helm, Shabazz led the Pioneers to an undefeated Southeastern Conference record (10-0) and an SEC Red Division championship. His team won a Division 1 district title with a 2-0 win over Huron. Shabazz and the Pioneers were eventually knocked out of the postseason with a 2-1 regional semifinal loss to Canton.
Kimberly Borys (jr. D), Pioneer: An all-district player, Borys was the backbone of Pioneer’s backline defense. She helped Pioneer notch 11 shutouts en route to an SEC Red title and a D1 district championship.
Beth Boyer (sr. F), Huron: The Huron senior racked up 14 goals and eight assists, including a shootout goal in the River Rats’ district semifinals win over Saline. Boyer’s play earned her spots on the all-district and all-SEC teams.
Jordan Chick (sr. F), Huron: The senior registered nine goals and five assists on the year. Her production was highlighted by a game-winning goal in the River Rats’ 1-0 SEC Red win over Temperance Bedford. Chick was named all-district and all-SEC.
Michele Freed (sr. F/G), Huron: Perhaps the most versatile player in the area, Freed scored 11 goals on offense and, when playing goalkeeper, averaged 6.1 saves per outing. Her most crucial save came in a D1 district semifinal against Saline when she sealed Huron’s win with a diving shootout save. Freed finished D1 all-state honorable mention, all-region, all-district and all-SEC.
Erin Huffnagle (sr. D), Pioneer: Huffnagle ended the season with all-SEC and all-district recognition. Like her defensive counterparts, the senior helped Pioneer to an undefeated regular season in league play while giving fits to opposing offenses.
Zaryn Jennings (jr. G), Dexter: The senior keeper was named D2 all-state honorable mention at season’s end. She also received all-district and all-region nods. Jennings recorded a total of seven shutouts this season.
Elizabeth Melangton (sr. M), Pioneer: The senior often shouldered the task of shutting down the opponent’s leading scorer, and she often did just that. Melangton’s postseason efforts put her on the all-district team.
Emma Monaghan (sr. F), Dexter: Monaghan pulled in D2 all-state honorable mention honors this season. The senior led the Dreadnaughts in scoring with 10 goals and seven assists. She had a game-winning goal in a 1-0 league victory over Tecumseh.
Victoria Pepper (so. M), Dexter: A multi-tool player, Pepper had one goal and one assist, but her heightened level of play earned her a D2 all-state honorable mention nod. Additionally, she was voted her team’s MVP and named all-district.
Megan Schectman (jr. M), Pioneer: A playmaking midfielder, Schectman worked her way to 10 goals and five assists for the Pioneer offense. The junior hauled in a bevy of honors, including all-district, all-region and D1 all-state honorable mention.
Meghan Stephens (sr. M), Saline: Stephens was a senior leader for the Hornets, mainly on the defensive end. She helped keep offenses at bay as Saline charged into the postseason, before falling in a district semifinal to Huron in a 3-1 shootout. Stephens had the only shootout goal.
Emily Anderson (fr. D), Skyline: Anderson held command on defense for the young Eagles during their run to a D2 regional final. Her efficiency was well-noticed, as the freshman also was named D2 all-state third team.
Caitlin Brown (jr. M), Father Gabriel Richard: The junior midfielder had seven goals and seven assists on her way to a D3 all-state honorable mention. Brown helped the Fighting Irish earn their fifth straight district title. She was also named all-CHSL.
Natalia Collins (sr. M), Father Gabriel Richard: One of only a few seniors on the Irish roster, Collins coupled her senior leadership with four goals and five assists. She earned all-CHSL and a D3 all-state honorable mention accolades.
Miranda Dershimer (sr. M), Greenhills: Dershimer not only provided leadership to the young Gryphons, she also punched in two goals and dished out seven assists on the year. The four-year starter took home All-MIAC, all-district, all-region and D4 all-state honorable mention nods.
Sarah Falvey (so. F), Father Gabriel Richard: Falvey helped steer the Fighting Irish to an 11-3-5 overall record and a fifth straight D3 district championship. The sophomore received D3 all-state honorable mention status, finishing the year with four goals and eight assists.
Carmen Flesher (fr. F), Skyline: The freshman forward anchored the Eagles’ offense (with 16 goals and 10 assists) in the two-year-old program’s run to its first D2 district title and first trip to a regional final. Flesher was a D2 all-state third team selection.
Kelly Fournier (sr. M), Chelsea: Fournier’s season was highlighted with the game-winning goal in Chelsea’s 4-3, double-overtime win over Dexter in a D2 district quarterfinal. It was one of the senior’s 18 goals on the year, adding to her 11 assists. She was named all-district, all-region and D2 all-state honorable mention.
Maddi Hutchinson (sr. G), Greenhills: The senior keeper made her presence felt in front of the net all year, claiming seven shutouts, the final one coming in Greenhills’ district title game win. Hutchinson’s efforts earned her a spot on the D2 all-state second team. She added All-MIAC, all-district and all-region notches to her belt.
Katie Lyders-Peterson (so. F), Greenhills: The sophomore forward helped the Gryphons notch their 15th straight district championship. Lyders-Peterson provided 10 goals and five assists to Greenhills’ cause, giving her all-MIAC, all-district and all-region recognition.
Tessa Robertson (jr. D), Greenhills: The junior ‘s defensive prowess put her in elite company, as she earned all-league, all-district, all-region and D4 all-state second team honors.
Lauren Satterwhite (so. F), Greenhills: The sophomore scored the only two goals in the Gryphons’ 2-0 D4 district title win over Plymouth Christian. Satterwhite ended with 12 goals and eight assists on her way to all-MIAC, all-district, all-region and D4 all-state third team accolades.
Dunia Ismail (jr. D), Lincoln
Cara Pardon (jr. D), Pioneer
Janine Sulavik (sr. D), Saline
McKinlee Ward (jr. M), Huron
Hayley Reynolds (so. G), Saline
Justine Jahnke (fr. D), Skyline
Torri Norris (fr. G), Skyline
Anna Zekany (sr. G), Father Gabriel Richard