The Division IV girls soccer state champion Proctor Phantoms were well-represented in the Vermont Soccer Coaches Association all-state selections announced on Monday.
Proctor junior Maggie McKearin leads the way for the Phantom contingent, following her 35-goal season. McKearin had at least a hat trick in more than half her games, with her best effort being when she scored five times against Poultney.
Fellow Proctor forward Isabel Greb joined her on the team, after scoring 21 goals. Defenders Hope Kelley and Jasmine Traverse and midfielder Laci French all made the all-state team as well.
Rutland and Fair Haven both made state semifinal appearances and had a handful of all-state selections.
For the Raiders, seniors Kendra Sabotka and Camryn Kinsman earned the honor. Sabotka led the team with 12 goals, while Kinsman had six.
The Slaters had all-state selections all over the field. Striker Emma Briggs, goalkeeper Emma Ezzo and midfielders Megan Ezzo and Brittney Love made the squad.
Megan Ezzo and Briggs were the top scorers for Fair Haven and Love was the best distributor. Emma Ezzo had six clean sheets.
Mill River junior keeper Malori Carlson proved herself to be one of the best keepers in the league, even though her club didn’t have much success. Her effort earned her an all-state selection.
The addition of the Blodorn sisters, Taylor and Emma, played a big role in the uptick Mount St. Joseph saw and they both made the all-state team.
Kim Cummings had 11 goals for 8-5 Green Mountain, securing her spot on the team, along with defender Eva Svec and keeper Alex Hutchins.
Otter Valley’s Mia Politano, Springfield’s Haley Streeter, West Rutland’s Kiana Grabowski and Serena Coombs and Poultney’s Hannah Welch, Hannah Webster and Grace Hayes were other local athletes to receive the honor.
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