One other highschool women soccer season is within the books.

Steinert (17-2) and Allentown (16-4) received division titles and superior to the Central Group III playoff semifinals. These groups led the way in which with three first-team gamers every.

Spartans senior Adriana Ryder is our CVC Participant of the 12 months, whereas Mike Hastings is Coach of the 12 months.

Robbinsville positioned two gamers within the first staff, whereas Hightstown, Hopewell Valley and West Windsor-Plainsboro North had one every.

Right here is the All-CVC First Staff Greatest XI:

Adriana Ryder, Sr., Steinert >> The CVC Participant of the 12 months received the Golden Boot with 23 targets and added eight assists for a game-high 54 factors. Ryder has scored in 16 of the Spartans’ 19 video games. She is flexible sufficient to play both huge on the fitting so she will minimize on her left foot, down the center as a standard No.9 or as an attacking central midfielder.

Bella Conti, Jr., Allentown >> The Redbirds star had 19 targets and 9 assists for 47 factors and was a finalist for participant of the 12 months. Conti bounced again from an injury-plagued second marketing campaign to guide Allentown’s rebounding season wherein he elevated his win tally from seven to 16. Conti has set himself up effectively for one more run on the participant of the 12 months in 2023.

Charlotte Garcia, Jr., Hightstown >> It was a breakout season for the standout Rams ahead as she scored 16 targets. Garcia thrives in house when she will tackle defenders and use her lengthy, fast strides to get previous them. When within the temper, she was the hardest cowl within the league, which she proved by scoring twice in an upset win over Steinert within the MCT quarterfinals.

Juliana Ryder, Sr., Steinert >> Whereas her twin sister is Participant of the 12 months, this Ryder has been equally crucial to the Spartans’ success. She capped off her senior season as the one CVC participant to document a double-double with 11 targets and 12 assists. Ryder had a knack for popping up in an necessary spot to ship a key objective or an help.

Aditi Singh, Sr., WW-PN >> Singh’s 15-goal, six-assist senior marketing campaign was an enormous motive the Knights have been extra aggressive in coach Loran Paragone’s first season. One other participant with positional flexibility, Singh can play as a No.10 or No.8 in midfield. She did her finest operating with the ball at her toes within the center.

Kara Keating, Sr., Robbinsville >> Keating was all around the pitch throughout his senior season as a two-way midfielder for a staff that went 12-6 and completed second to Allentown within the Valley Division. The senior capped his profession with a staff document 14 targets because the Ravens reached the MCT semi-finals and received a Central Group II playoff.

Samantha Allen, Jr., Allentown >> Generally you simply want somebody to ship a crisp deal with. Nobody in HVAC has delivered them higher than Allen. Though his identify does not typically seem on the scoresheet, the Redbirds have been in a position to win a division title and attain the MCT Finals due to Allen’s exhausting work. It had its finest sport within the MCT Finals when, even shedding, Allentown solely misplaced 1-0 to Pennington and saved Regional Participant of the 12 months Morgan Kotch off the scoresheet.

Alyssa Hendricksen, Jr., Steinert >> If you wish to know why the Spartans saved 11 clear sheets, together with a seven-straight streak halfway by the season, look no additional than this junior defenseman. Hendricksen anchored the baseline and was typically answerable for trailing the opposite staff’s finest participant.

Isabelle Knott, So., Allentown >> The youngest participant within the Greatest XI, Knott has emerged as the important thing middle piece in a again three that has saved 13 clear sheets and allowed simply 11 targets. Take into account this, 4 of these 11 targets got here in a 4-2 loss within the sectional semi-final and all have been conceded after Knott left the sport with a freak harm.

Sophia Aquilino, Sr., Robbinsville >> Maybe a shock inclusion on this checklist, however not for many who have watched all of it season. The Ravens would not have had the season they did with out her placing out the fires with a well timed deal with or clearance. Aquilino has labored exhausting to come back again from an ACL harm and ship an impressive senior marketing campaign.

Lucy Fleming, Sr., Hopewell Valley >> After years underneath the radar, Fleming was again on the scene for the Bulldogs. Led to Franklin & Marshall, she shortly established herself as the most effective shot stopper (and penalty saver) in CVC. She had 9 clear sheets, which was necessary to maintain her staff in video games.

Mike Hastings, Steinert >> The Spartans boss is our Coach of the 12 months after guiding his facet to a 17-2 document, a Colonial Division crown and the primary 13-0 CVC season since 2018. Hastings additionally joined the 100-win membership this season. Allentown’s Kim Maurer, whose staff went from seven wins to 16 in returning to the highest of the CVC, and Samantha Biondi of Hightstown, whose Rams went 10-8 and certified for the MCT with a seed among the many first 8, get an honorable point out.

Absolutely CVC Girls’s Soccer

first staff

Ahead, Bella Conti, Jr., Allentown

Ahead, Charlotte Garcia, Jr., Hightstown

Ahead, Adriana Ryder, Sr., Steinert

Midfielder, Juliana Ryder, Sr., Steinert

Midfielder, Aditi Singh, Sr., WW-PN

Midfielder, Kara Keating, Sr., Robbinsville

Midfielder, Samantha Allen, Jr., Allentown

Protection, Alyssa Hendricksen, Jr., Steinert

Protection, Isabelle Knott, So., Allentown

Protection, Sophia Aquilino, Sr., Robbinsville

Goalie, Lucy Fleming, Sr., Hopewell Valley

Participant of the 12 months – Adriana Ryder, Steinert

Coach of the 12 months – Mike Hastings, Steinert

second staff

Ahead, Brooklynn Samonski, Jr., Nottingham

Ahead, Michaela Little, So., Lawrence

Midfielder, Lindsey Hines, Jr., Allentown

Midfielder, Magdelena Madjor, Jr., Notre Dame

Midfielder, Lizzie Andrus, Jr., Robbinsville

Midfielder, Sydney Smith, father, Ewing

Protection, Ryan Carr, Sr., Notre Dame

Protection, Maya Anico, Sr., WW-PN

Protection, Rachael Charsky, Sr., Hightstown

Protection, Alysse Kiesewetter, Jr., Princeton

Goalie, Ryan Keefe, Sr., Allentown

Honorable Point out

Allentown: Fallon Mazza (Sr.), Norah Mosley (Sr.); Ewing: Shawnae Biggs (Jr.), Thalia Hearns (Sr.); Hamilton West: Morgan Bressler (Jr.); Hightstown: Angelina Benitez (Jr.), Abby Shwom (Jr.), Sydney Ragland (Sr.); Hopewell Valley: Andie Cappucci (Sr.), Caileigh Ross (Sr.); Lawrence: Jessica Everman (Sr.), Gillian Kibbey (Sr.), Gwyneth Moore (Sr.); Our Girl: Juliana Lynch (Sr.), Emily Javick (Jr.), Reagan O’Mara (So.); Nottingham: Sydney Auletta (Sr.); Princeton: Marina Zaldarriaga (So.), Holly Howes (Jr.); Robbinsville: Emily Morgan (Fr.), Stella Cerniglia (So.), Sofia DiMeola (So.), Perri Gonser (Jr.); Steiner: Reilly Klein (So.), Alessia Amato (Sr.), Jillian Jones (Sr.), Arielle Warringer (Sr.); Trenton: Marilyn Castillo (Sr.); WW-PN: Ginny Choi (Fr.), Prema Budhiraja (Fr.); WW-PS: Alexis Contes (Sr.), Aditi Negi (Sr.)

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