Sun-Times girls soccer all-area teams

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First team

Devin Burns, So., Loyola, Forward

Kristen Dodson, Sr., Waubonsie Valley, Forward

Maddie Mulford, Sr., New Trier, Forward

Jenna Szczesny, Jr., Barrington, Forward

Meaghan Gelinas, Sr., Lake Zurich, Midfielder

Heather Handwork, Sr., Plainfield North, Midfielder

Jenna Kentgen, Sr., Metea Valley, Midfielder

Kelli Zickert, Sr., Buffalo Grove, Midfielder

Jenny Barr, Sr., St. Charles North, Defender

Talise Romain, Sr., Neuqua Valley, Defender

Morgan Harris, Sr., Hersey, Goalie

Second team

Abbie Boswell, Jr., Naperville North, Forward

Allie Ingham, Sr., Buffalo Grove, Forward

Kelly Maday, So., New Trier, Forward

Sophie Pohl, Sr., St. Charles North, Forward

Katie Ciesiulka, Sr., Neuqua Valley, Midfielder

Lucy Edwards, Sr., Lake Forest, Midfielder

Kim Jerantowski, Sr., Lemont, Midfielder

Emily Lange, Sr., Lyons, Midfielder

Sonia Ost, So, St. Charles East, Defender

Sarah Warren, Sr., Hinsdale South, Defender

Emma Rigby, Jr., Waubonsie Valley, Goalie

Third team

Emily Gaither, Sr., Manteno, Forward

Lauren Gierman, Sr., Hersey, Forward,

Esme Kline, Jr., Young, Forward

Allison Kruk, Sr., St. Edward, Forward

Kaily Bruch, Jr., Glenbrook South, Midfielder

Mackenzie Fuller, Sr., Waubonsie Valley, Midfielder

Sofia Pavon, Jr., Lane, Midfielder

Taryn Yakubowski, So., Huntley, Midfielder

Lexi Cesario, Sr., Lincoln-Way North, Defender

Drew Wentzel, Sr., Conant, Defender

Kendra Sheehan, Sr., St. Charles East, Goalie

FEATURE: All-Area first team filled with treasure trove of talent

The Sun-Times All-area girls soccer team is a group for the ages composed of dynamic parts that form a whole. These players are singled out for their individual achievements within the framework of strong team play against high-level competition.

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