Truckee soccer | Girls honored with All-League selections
Northern Division I-A All-League girls soccer
Coach of the Year: Jeremy Evans, South Tahoe
Most Valuable Player: Allison King, South Tahoe
Forward: Jordyn Dion, South Tahoe, Jr.
Forward: Madeline Alegre, Fallon, Sr.
Forward: Monique Rodriguez, Lowry, Jr.
Halfback: Cassidy Jackson, South Tahoe, Sr.
Halfback: Emma Warren, Truckee, Jr.
Halfback: Brittney Gonzalez, Elko, Sr.
Halfback: Maria Sanchez, Fernley, Sr.
Fullback: Kaitlyn Smith, Elko, Sr.
Fullback: Allison King, South Tahoe, Jr.
Fullback: Maison Power, Truckee, Sr.
Goalkeeper: Erin Nelson, Fallon, Sr.
Utility: Kaylee Neill, Truckee, Sr.
Forward: Haley Isaman, Spring Creek, Jr.
Forward: Marcelle Reynaud, Truckee, Jr.
Forward: Rebecca Mills, Fallon, Soph.
Halfback: Shawntel Anderson, Spring Creek, Sr.
Halfback: Jennifer Burks, South Tahoe, Sr.
Halfback: Jordin Warner, Fallon, Jr.
Halfback: Monica Mills, Fallon, Sr.
Fullback: Jensen Smith, South Tahoe, Jr.
Fullback: Sarah Svoboda, Truckee, Jr.
Fullback: Caitlynn Cooper, Lowry, Soph.
Goalkeeper: Senifa Po’oi, Sparks, Fresh.
Utility: Brook Pawelek, Elko, Jr.
Forward: Enedina Cardenas, Sparks, Sr.
Forward: Brittney Hubberts, South Tahoe, Sr.
Forward: Megan Warner, Fallon, Jr.
Halfback: Alison Walker, Lowry, Jr.
Halfback: Kylie Harget, Fernley, Sr.
Halfback: Perla Landa, Dayton, Sr.
Halfback: Riley Chapman, South Tahoe, Jr.
Fullback: Mirade Coley, Elko, Soph.
Fullback: Shannon Cardoza, Truckee, Jr.
Fullback: Iridiana Gonzalez, Lowry, Jr.
Goalkeeper: Paulina Thrasher, Truckee, Sr.
Utility: Quinn Parker, Truckee, Sr.
Utility: Jasmin Glere, Spring Creek, Jr.
Utility: Hailee Simpson, Elko, Jr.
Utility: Emily Jones, Spring Creek, Sr.
Truckee girls soccer players were well represented with Northern Division I-A All-League selections, highlighted by three players on the first team.
The All-League teams were chosen by the Northern Division I-A coaches.
South Tahoe’s Allison King was selected as the league’s MVP, while her coach, Jeremy Evans, was voted Coach of the Year.
Truckee senior forward Kaylee Neill was voted to the first team as a utility player, senior teammate Maison Power made the first team at fullback and junior Emma Warren at halfback. Truckee and South Tahoe each had three first-team selections to lead the way.
Truckee junior Marcelle Reynaud was honored on the All-League second team as a forward, and junior Sarah Svoboda was named to the second team as a fullback.
Among other Truckee selections, junior fullback Shannon Cardoza, junior goalkeeper Paulina Thrasher and senior forward Quinn Parker all received honorable mention recognition.
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