Baylor's Avery Davis Named Division II-AA Soccer MVP

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Several area girls were named to the Division II-AA all region soccer team.  Baylor forward Avery Davis was named the region most valuable player.  

Also for Baylor Mya McGee, Lainee Bohannon, Peyton Randolph, and Abbie Vibbert were named to the all region team.

Honorable Mention All-Region is Rachel Smith and Maddie Reap from Baylor.

 

GPS's Lane Lawrence, Lily Hopping, Avery Campbell, Anna Salisburry, Ashley Grant and Sydney Morris were all region.  Myra Brock was named to the honorable mention team.  

 

 

Division II-AA All Region Team: 

School Player Number Grade Position
Baylor Avery Davis 11 11 Forward
GPS Lane Lawrence 17 11 Center Mid
Baylor Mya McGee 10 12 Attacking-Mid
HH Ophelia Pilkinton 18 11 Forward
BA Jennifer Jestings 17 12 Center Back
GPS Lily Hopping 2 12 Forward
FRHS Hannah Morton 17 10 Forward
Ensworth Ellie Faber 11 12 Forward/Central Mideiflder
Ensworth Hailey Braemer 23 11 Central Midfielder
Baylor Abbie Vibbert 15 12 Center Back
BA Katherine Tyner 12 12 Forward/Attacking Midfielder
GPS Avery Campbell 0 12 GK
JPII Angela Steidl 26 11 Center/Attacking Midfielder
BA Nolyn Bartholomew 26 9 Left Winger
GPS Anna Salisburry 22 12 Center Back
Baylor Lainee Bohannon 12 12 Left Back
GPS Ashley Grant 12 9 Forward
GPS Sydney Morris 38 9 Outside Mid
Baylor Peyton Randolph 0 11 GK
FRHS Sarah Nueser 8 12 Forward
FRHS Carolyn Darke 5 12 Center Back
LA Addison Gross 15 12 Center Midfielder
FRHS Hannah Hubbuch 9 10 Center Back

 

Region Honorable Mention:

HH Ellie Smith 36 11 Center Back
FRHS Lily Rummo 10 10 Forward
SCA Cate Goodrum 11 10 Left Midfielder
JPII AnMei Little 4 12 Center Back
SCA Clare Peters 4 12 Center Midfielder
HH Natalie Simoneaux 46 11 Center Back
HH Spencer Robbins 45 9 Attacking Midfielder
FRHS Minsaw Kwak 23 9 Midfielder
BA Elley Stanga 0 GK
GPS Myra Brock 10 11 Center Mid
Baylor Rachel Smith 2 12 Forward
HH Olivia Holden 44 11 Outside Back/Forward
Baylor Maddie Reap 16 11 Midfield
FRHS Kelly Tuerff 14 9 Midfielder
FRHS Kelsey Roche 7 12 Midfielder

 



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