Four Clinton County athletes earned first team All-SBAAC girls soccer honors in a vote of league coaches.
Wilmington’s Karlie Morgan and Clinton-Massie’s Sadie Carruthers and Nora Voisey were first-team in the American Division while Blanchester’s Lana Roy was first team in the National Division.
Second team honors went to Wilmington’s Petra Bray and Clinton-Massie Kenzie Avery and Ashley Doyle in the American and Blanchester’s Bri Haun and Becca Kratzer in the National.
Local honorable mention went to Sophie Burt of Wilmington, Brenna Eades of Clinton-Massie and Lacie Tedrick of Blanchester.
East Clinton does not have a girls soccer program.
Other first teamers around the league were, in the American, Lily Holt, Taylor Myers and Katelyn Steiner of Batavia; Bree Wallace of Goshen; Allie Bird, Addison Fagan, Zara Graff and Mandy Smith of New Richmond; and Cayla Enzweiler and Allie Buttree of Western Brown; and, in the National, Abby Hill and Natilie Struve of Bethel-Tate; Madison Henke and Alyssa Williams of Clermont Northeastern; Lily Taulbee of Felicity; Maddi Benjamin, Hailey Gregory and Torie Utter of Georgetown; and Emma Beesten, Kaitlyn Gregory, Emily Hart and Kirstyn Thomas of Williamsburg.
Steiner of Batavia and Gregory of Georgetown were players of the year in their respective divisions while Rebecca Keys of New Richmond and Brian Hart of Williamsburg were coaches of the year.