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Nine Earn All-League Honors

posted Nov 6, 2018, 8:56 AM by Steve Barr   [ updated Nov 8, 2018, 12:43 PM ]
11/6/18 - The Wildcat girls soccer team had nine players earn a spot on the Northern Buckeye Conference all-league teams recently selected by the league coaches.  Four players earned first team honors - sophomore Sidney Gillig at defender, senior Nora LaMunyon at midfield, junior Claire Rothert at forward, and junior Phoebe Jackson at goalkeeper.  Gillig had one assist on the season while anchoring the defense that had five shutouts and five other games in which only one goal was allowed.  LaMunyon had four goals and six assists for the season.  Rothert, a second-team all-league pick last year, had 25 goals, the second-highest one-season total in school history, and six assist this season.  Rothert has 58 career goals, second on the Wildcat ladder.  Jackson, a first team all-league selection last season, had 166 saves to push her career total to 401, second in school history.  Her five shutouts this season give her 23 for her career, the school record, and her 34 career wins is second in school history, two off the leader, Leah Bench (2009-12), who had 36.  Earning second team honors was senior Katie Brugger at defender, junior midfielder Maddion Strickland, and sohomore forward Autumn Beaudoin.  Brugger had one goal and one assist this season and was a second team all-league pick last season.  Strickland had two goals on the season.  Beaudoin led the team with 21 assists while also adding 15 goals.  Beaudoin's 21 assists this season set a school mark with six of those coming in the game this season against Otsegho at home to also establish a school record.  She was an honorable mention all-league pick last season.  Earning honorable mention all-league honors was junior defender Jordan Nighswander and senior forward Paige Schmeltz.