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The Mirror's 2010 All-City Girls Soccer Team

Decatur junior forward Abby McFaul led the Gators in scoring with 13 goals and three assists during their run to the Class 3A state quarterfinals. McFaul had at least a point in all four of Decatur’s playoff games and was a first-team, All-SPSL 3A pick .  - Mirror file photo
Decatur junior forward Abby McFaul led the Gators in scoring with 13 goals and three assists during their run to the Class 3A state quarterfinals. McFaul had at least a point in all four of Decatur’s playoff games and was a first-team, All-SPSL 3A pick .
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Forwards

Lindsey Dahl, Jefferson: For the second year in a row, Dahl led the Raiders in scoring and was named the co-Most Valuable Player in the South Puget Sound League North Division, along with Kentwood’s Kiana Kraft. Dahl, a junior, finished with 20 goals and four assists during the season to lead the SPSL. She had six multi-goal games, including three hat tricks.

Haley Ward, Federal Way: The senior led the Eagles in scoring with 15 goals and eight assists during the season. Ward’s best scoring game came against Bethel on Sept. 28 when she tallied four goals and also dished out an assist during an 8-1 victory. Ward also had a hat trick against Spanaway Lake. Ward was a first-team, All-SPSL South selection.

Breanna Straus, Beamer: The Titan forward led the SPSL South Division champs in scoring with 16 goals and five assists during the season. Straus had at least one point in 11 of Beamer’s 18 games, including a hat trick during a win over Spanaway Lake on Oct. 26. The junior was also named first-team, All-SPSL South.

Abby McFaul, Decatur: The Decatur junior led the Gators in scoring with 13 goals and three assists during the season. The speedy McFaul had a hat trick during a win over Timberline and scored at least a point in all four of Decatur’s playoff games, including three goals and two assists. She had one goal each in the Gators’ two state tournament wins over Mount Spokane and Southridge. She was a first-team, All-SPSL 3A selection.

Midfielders

Lindsey Richou, Beamer: The Titan junior was a key playmaker for the SPSL South champions this season. Richou finished the year with only two goals, but she dished out seven assists and also helped on the defensive side of the field from her midfield position. She was a first-team, All-SPSL South selection by the league coaches.

Tiarra Fentress, Beamer: The senior led the Titans with an impressive 10 assists on the season and also scored four goals. She was a first-team, All-SPSL South Division selection in the midfield. Beamer rolled to an unbeaten regular season at 10-0-6 before they lost a pair of postseason games.

Jessica Evenson, Federal Way: The Eagle midfielder finished with six goals and three assists during the regular season. Evenson had a pair of multi-goal games. She was a second-team, All-SPSL South Division selection.

Rachel Niera, Decatur: The Gator junior finished the season with four goals and three assists to lead Decatur into the Class 3A state quarterfinals. Neira had a pair of crucial goals during key back-to-back wins over Enumclaw and Peninsula in league action. The Gators finished 12-6-1 overall and Neira was a second-team, All-SPSL 3A selection.

Defenders

Avery Salisbury, Beamer: The Titan senior had another stellar year for the SPSL South Division champions. Salisbury was named the SPSL South Player of the Year after leading the Beamer defense to an amazing 12 shutouts on the season. The Boise State-bound defender finished with two goals and four assists for the Titans, who lost to Puyallup at the West Central District Tournament. She will join former Beamer teammate Mackenzie Hickel at Boise State.

Alex Bush, Decatur: The Gator junior was a first-team, All-SPSL 3A selection after having an outstanding season for Decatur. Bush didn’t score a goal from her defensive position, but dished out three assists and helped the Gators put together five shutouts on the season.

Kassandra Carrel, Jefferson: The Raider defender actually finished second on the team in scoring with four goals and three assists. Carrel helped Jefferson to a 6-9-3 record on the season. The Raiders finished fifth in the SPSL North and lost to Tahoma at the West Central District Tournament.

Sierra Shugarts, Decatur: The Gator freshman had a solid first year on the defensive side of the ball. Shugarts finished with three goals and four assists and was a second-team, All-SPSL 3A selection by the league coaches.

Autumn Talney, Beamer: The junior defender was a wall in the back line for the Titans. The Beamer defense allowed only four goals during the regular season. Talney finished the year with one goal and one assist.

Goalkeeper

Sarah Shimer, Federal Way: The Eagle sophomore has developed into one of the top goalkeepers in the area and was named the first-team, All-SPSL South Division goalie by the league’s coaches. Shimer pitched three shutouts during the regular season, but stopped numerous other goal opportunities to keep the Eagles in most of their games.

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The Mirror’s All-City Girls Soccer Team

Forwards

Lindsey Dahl, Jefferson

Haley Ward, Federal Way

Breanna Straus, Beamer

Abby McFaul, Decatur

Midfield

Lindsey Richou, Beamer

Tiarra Fentress, Beamer

Jessica Evenson, Federal Way

Rachel Niera, Decatur

Defense

Alex Bush, Decatur

Avery Salisbury, Beamer

Nicollete Carnhan, Jefferson

Kassandra Carrel, Jefferson

Sydnee Patin, Decatur

Sierra Shugarts, Decatur

Autumn Talney, Beamer

Goalkeeper

Sarah Shimer, Federal Way

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