The Chronicle tabbed eleven players to the 2023 All-County Girls Soccer team.
The Chronicle tabbed 11 players to the 2023 All-County Girls Soccer team. Nominations for the honor came from Lexington County head coaches.
Chapin and Airport led all schools with three players each. River Bluff had the third most with two players and Brookland-Cayce, Gilbert and Lexington all had one named to the team.
Neely wrapped up an impressive career at Brookland-Cayce with an astonishing 40 goals and 15 assists. In three seasons (with one year lost to COVID), Neely scored a whopping 105 goals. Neely not only led the team in goals, but scored the most goals of any player on this list.
Mozley was an all-around offensive weapon for the Indians this season. She scored 38 goals and recorded 18 assists while leading Gilbert to a 17-7 record. Mozley was named to the All-Region team in Region V-3A as well as named to the 3A All-State team.
Coleman is the only player on this list to record at least 20 goals and record 20 assists. She finished the season with 26 goals and right at 20 assists. She was named to the All-Region team as well as the All-State team in the 4A classification. She led Airport in goals and assists en route to a 15-6 overall record.
Colbert racked up the accolades this season. She was named region player of the year, All-State, All-Region as well as appearing in the Clash of the Carolinas All-Star game. Her 14 goals and 10 assists led the team in both categories. She will play college soccer at Cornell.
Harman is the other 20-goal scorer at Airport this past season along with Coleman. She also recorded 11 assists and was named to the All-Region team.
Chapin’s defense was arguably the best in the state this year but they also got great production in their midfield. Ahern scored 12 goals and recorded 13 assists on her way to an All-Region and All-State season.
Like her teammate Ahern, Bowers was a steady offensive presence for Chapin this season. She scored 12 goals and was credited with seven assists. Bowers’ efforts earned her All-Region and All-State honors.
Donohue is the third and final Chapin Eagle standout on this list. She was a team captain and was a defensive anchor on a Chapin team that only gave up seven goals all season and helped keep the opposition off the scoreboard completely in 16 games.
Heffernan has scored the most goals of any defender on this list with ten while also adding four assists. Heffernan was named to the All-Region and All-State teams. She was the team captain on a good Lexington team that finished the season with a 18-6-1 record. Heffernan will be playing college soccer at College of Charleston next season.
Berry recorded a pair of assists this season but as a defender, her presence was felt when it came to keeping opponents off the scoreboard. She was selected to the All-Region team while also earning a spot in the North-South All-Star Game.
Miller stopped an impressive 110 shots from reaching the back of the net this past season. Those 110 saves were good enough to keep opponents to only 1.03 goals per game. Miller also recorded 10 shutouts on the season to help lead the Eagles to a 15-6 season.
Gracie Morris (Dutch Fork), Maya Leach (Dutch Fork), Selah Cantave (Dutch Fork), Sian Cantave (Dutch Fork), Adriana Dunat (Lexington), Lucy Mackie (Lexington), Layne Powers (Brookland-Cayce), Sydney Artlip (Brookland-Cayce), Hailey Cortez (Brookland-Cayce), Hannah Miles (Gilbert), Addison Mack (Irmo), Adisyn Creech (Irmo), Ella Kreiner (Irmo), Mackenzie Kirk (Irmo), Evelyn Garcia (Irmo), Jordin Worley (Airport), Vanessa Coleman (Airport), Brooke Davis (Airport), Macie Rogers (Chapin), Savannah Brown (Chapin), Sydney Stoner (Chapin), Grace Benson (Chapin), Caroline Carter (Chapin), Lucy Cartin (River Bluff), Rylee King (White Knoll).
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