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All-Area Girls Soccer first team

November 26, 2003

M Kelsey Brasher, So.
N. Hagerstown

Quarterbacked No. 2 Hubs to perfect run through MVAL Antietam Conference.

F Gabby Carstens, So.
Jefferson

Led No. 5 Cougars with 20 goals, eight assists; W.Va. All-State honorable mention.

Co-Player of the Year


F Shannon Fowkes, So.
Smithsburg

Led Tri-State in points per game (3.42) with 25 goals and 15 assists, while guiding No. 1 Leopards to Md. 1A state semifinals.

F Jennifer Hoffman, So.
Hedgesville

Set school record for single-season goals with Tri-State leading 28; W.Va. All-State honorable mention.

F Corrie Jones, Sr.
N. Hagerstown

Leading scorer (11 goals, seven assists) for No. 2 Hubs; Md. All-State honorable mention.

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Co-Player of the Year


D Cortney Kerns, Sr.
Smithsburg

Dominated on defense for No. 1 Leopards, who posted a Tri-State-leading 14 shutouts; Md. All-State second team.

M Sarah Keyser, So.
Boonsboro

Major reason Warriors flirted with winning record all season; scored team-high eight goals.

F Leslie Kirk, Jr.
Hedgesville

Tri-State's third-leading scorer with 61 points (24 goals, 13 assists); career goals leader for No. 3 Eagles.

D/M Becky Lovell, Sr.
Martinsburg

Led No. 7 Bulldogs from 1-3-1 start to 8-6-3 finish; W.Va. All-State second team.

M Meggan McGill, Sr.
Williamsport

Led No. 8 Wildcats on seven-game unbeaten streak in October; scored team-high 14 goals.

F Kristen Poffenberger, Sr.
Smithsburg

Tri-State's fourth-leading scorer with 60 points (24 goals, 12 assists).

GK Candace Stanford, Jr.
Smithsburg

Recorded Tri-State-leading 13 shutouts and 0.50 goals-against average.

D Cara Thompson, Fr.
N. Hagerstown

Defensive force for No. 2 Hubs, who allowed only nine goals in 17 games.




Coach of the Year


Sonny Tippett
Hedgesville

Guided No. 3 Eagles to school-record 14 wins and first trip to state semifinals.

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