Camryn Wagner, So. F, St. Teresa

The sophomore phenom slashed through defenses and churned out a staggering 43 goals for her second appearance on the H&R first team. Even more impressive, she also knew when to defer to her teammates and led the Bulldogs with 13 assists.

Maggie Harder, Sr., F, Mount Zion

A position change didn't slow her down. She moved up from defense and showcased her versatility with 16 goals and two assists.

Ali Hosey, Sr., F, Charleston

It was never hard to find Hosey during a game. She covered the whole field and seemed to be involved in every play. She ultimately helped fuel the Trojans to a solid 10-4-2 season.

Sydney Reynolds, Sr., F, LSA

The senior playmaker was a part of every goal. She put up strong numbers herself with 12 goals and a team-high 10 assists.

Shania Schoonover, So., F, Pana

The Panthers had a few threats this season but none more productive than Schoonover. The South Central all-conference sophomore led the team with 13 goals and nine assists.

Alexa Valencia, Sr., F, MacArthur

Teams dreaded going up against Valencia. She never slowed down and impressed coaches with her foot work. A couple of coaches voted her best player in the area because of that combination.

Megan Leighton, So., MF, Warrensburg-Latham

When the Cardinals offense hummed along, it was usually because of Leighton. She was the engine of the team and dominated at times in the midfield, manufacturing 11 goals and 14 assists.

Lauryn Pugh, So., MF, St. Teresa

An ACL tear during the summer jeopardized her season. She was cleared just days before the start of the year and it would've been impossible to tell. She paired up with Wagner for a deadly 1-2 combo and accumulated 27 goals and nine assists.

Reilly Fitzpatrick, So., D, Warrensburg-Latham

Her grit was often hard to overcome. She constantly disrupted attacks with her relentless effort and coaches recognized her as one of the best defenders in the area.

Tara Grueter, So., D, St. Teresa

St. Teresa's defense was as formidable as any and Grueter was a big reason why. She moved to center back at the start of the season and consistency became her trademark.

Lindsey Kormelink, Jr. GK, St. Teresa

There was one more record etched in the books for St. Teresa. Kormelink tallied a school best 10 shutouts and only got better during the season. She ended up yielding just 21 goals in 20 games.

Second Team

Emily Brown, Sr., F, LSA

Mia Maupin, So., F, Monticello

Katelin Weideman, So., F, Pana

Daylee Denton, Sr., F, Pana

Kyah Eastin, So., MF, Mattoon

Maddie Yocks, Jr., MF, Warrensburg-Latham

Alexis Early, Sr., D, Eisenhower

Brie Haag, Sr., D, Mount Zion

Jenna Platzbecker, Sr., D, Mount Zion

Emily Gatons, Sr., GK, Pana

Lexi Rankin, Sr., GK, Mattoon

Honorable Mention

MaKayla Black, Sr., LSA; Isabella Salefski, LSA; Maya Caltry, So., Charleston; Mackenzie Claypool, Fr., St. Teresa; Kameron Cole, Sr., Pana; Taylor Gadus, Sr., Charleston; Peyton Gill, Fr., Mattoon; Julia Griffin, Sr., Charleston; Grace Johnston, So., Warrensburg-Latham; Jessica Nichols, Jr., Mattoon; Aislinn Parish, Sr., Charleston; Tory Parkhurst, Sr., Mount Zion; Emily Petak, Sr., Mattoon; Mia Ruffolo, So., Charleston; Savannah Shaffer, Jr., MacArthur; Tori Skeffington, Eisenhower; Grace Skelton, Lincoln; Gabby Spencer, So., St. Teresa; Faith Turley, Lincoln; Savannah Weishaar, Sr., Pana; 

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