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Mirror's 2013 All-City Girls Soccer Team
Gabriela Pelogi, Federal Way — The junior was named the Player of the Year in the South Puget Sound League South Division after leading the Eagles into the postseason. Pelogi proved to not only be the best player in the SPSL, but also one of the better players in the state.
Pelogi finished with a ridiculous 25 goals and four assists in just 18 games for the Eagles. Pelogi had nine multi-goal games, including three different hat tricks. She also had both of Federal Way’s goals during a 2-0 win over South Kitsap at the West Central District Tournament.
Megan Anderson, Beamer — The senior was second on the Titans with five goals and led the team with eight assists. Anderson was a first-team, All-SPSL South selection and had a pair of multi-goal games. She also had four assists during a win over Bethel on Oct. 15.
Makaylie Moore, Jefferson — The freshman had an impressive season for the Raiders, leading the team in scoring with nine goals and four assists.
Moore scored in seven games for TJ and played a role in all four goals during a 4-0 win over Kentlake on Sept. 19. She had three goals and one assist.
She was also first-team, All-SPSL North selection by the league’s coaches.
Sydney Slagg, Federal Way — The senior was second on the Eagles in scoring with a grand total of 15 points. Slagg finished with five goals and five assists. She had two goals during a win over Spanaway Lake.
Ameera Hussen, Beamer — The freshman had a huge impact in the SPSL South during her inaugural season for the Titans. Hussen led Beamer with 17 goals during the Titans’ 17 games this season. Her best scoring game came during a win over Bethel when she tallied four goals. She also had a hat trick during a win over Spanaway Lake. Hussen also scored both of Beamer’s goals during a 2-2 tie against Federal Way on Oct. 31.
Sierra Shugarts, Decatur — The senior was one of the fastest players in the SPSL 3A and was Decatur’s only first-team, All-SPSL selection by the league’s coaches. Shugarts scored the Gators’ only goal during a 7-1 loss to Auburn Mountainview.
Hannah Kimura, Federal Way — The sophomore was a second-team, All-SPSL South selection by the league’s coaches. Kimura had only one goal during the regular season, but dished out four assists. She was also a solid defender and holder of the ball in the Eagles’ midfield.
Piper Hutchinson, Federal Way — The defender was a first-team, All-SPSL South selection by the league’s coaches. Hutchinson finished with three goals, which all came during a win over Bethel during the regular season. Hutchinson led the Federal Way defense to nine shutouts during the year.
Tivona Tinsley, Beamer — The sophomore was a first-team, All-SPSL South selection by the league’s coaches after a stellar defensive season. Tinsley finished the season with just one assist, but helped the Titans’ defense pitch six shutouts. Beamer finished 8-6-3 overall during the year.
Chentay Warnes, Jefferson — The junior defender finished with one goal for the Raiders this season, which was TJ’s only score during a 1-1 tie with Auburn on Sept. 17. Warnes and the rest of the Raider defense led TJ to an impressive 8-3-5 overall record, which was good for fourth place in the SPSL North.
Katelyn Bird, Jefferson — The junior was a first-team, All-SPSL North Division selection by the league’s coaches. As the Raiders’ best defender, Bird finished with two assists, including the game-winner against Kentwood.
Kendra Wallace, Jefferson — Wallace was one of only three seniors on the Raiders’ roster this season and had a very impressive year. Wallace pitched 10 shutouts in goal for TJ, including four 1-0 victories. Jefferson allowed only 10 goals the entire season and six of those came in their first three matches. Wallace was a second-team, All-SPSL North Division selection.