Girls Soccer All-Area
December 13, 2012 11:08PM
Updated: January 15, 2013 11:39AM
Boone Grove, Sr., forward
By the numbers: 44 goals, 12 assists
Skinny: Ended her prolific career as the Wolves’ all-time leading scorer.
Munster, Jr., forward
By the numbers: 13 goals, 3 assists
Skinny: Dangerous striker produced for the Mustangs despite missing six games with a bruised retina.
Crown Point, Sr.,
By the numbers: 15 goals, 9 assists
Skinny: Versatile player saw time everywhere on the field for the Bulldogs, overcoming several injuries in the process.
Griffith, Sr., midfielder
By the numbers: 16 goals, 9 assists
Skinny: The Panthers’ centerpiece played sweeper, forward and midfielder over the last three seasons, shining in all spots.
By the numbers: 17 goals, 12 assists
Skinny: Expected to play at Butler, excelled for the Vikings despite missing four games with an ankle injury, one of several injuries she dealt with during her standout career.
By the numbers: 12 goals, 11 assists
Skinny: Lifted the Vikings with her creative, energetic play in the midfield.
Lake Central, Sr., midfielder/forward
By the numbers: 15 goals, 5 assists
Skinny: The Indians’ go-to player — everywhere from sweeper to midfielder to forward, leading them to another sectional title — will continue her career at IUPUI.
Chesterton, Jr., midfielder/forward
By the numbers: 23 goals, 3 assists
Skinny: The Trojans’ focal point sparked them to another strong season.
Crown Point, Jr., defender
By the numbers: Part of a defense that had 1.09 GAA, 12 shutouts
Skinny: Shutdown center back has allowed the Bulldogs to play an offensive-minded style — and can contribute to that attack.
Andrean, Sr., defender
By the numbers: 2 goals, 7 assists; part of defense that had 7 shutouts
Skinny: Four-year starter was the heart and soul of a much-improved 59ers team.
Crown Point, So., goalkeeper
By the numbers: 1.09 GAA, 12 shutouts
Skinny: Stepped right into the starting role for the Bulldogs as a sophomore, and set the school record for shutouts in a season.
Kankakee Valley, Jr., forward
By the numbers: 10 goals, 4 assists
Skinny: Skillful striker continued to emerge for the Kougars.
Hanover Central, Sr., forward
By the numbers: 37 goals, 12 assists
Skinny: Set a Wildcats record for goals in a season, and ended her terrific career with a school-record 91.
Valparaiso, Jr., forward
By the numbers: 13 goals, 6 assists
Skinny: Talented striker continued to develop, building on an especially strong finish to last season, helping the Vikings win another sectional title.
Crown Point, Sr., midfielder
By the numbers: 14 goals, 15 assists
Skinny: After a broken leg limited her to seven games last season, returned with a flourish, keying the Bulldogs to DAC, sectional and regional titles, and a place in a semistate final.
By the numbers: 18 goals, 14 assists
Skinny: Was instrumental in the Bearcats winning their first sectional title, as well as winning an NWISC title (their first outright).
By the numbers: 16 goals, 3 assists
Skinny: The Indians’ undisputed leader, including playing a part in 19 of their 26 goals.
By the numbers: 12 goals, 5 assists
Skinny: Glue for a rebuilding Trojans team — with another season left.
Boone Grove, Sr., midfielder
By the numbers: 35 goals, 16 assists
Skinny: Stalwart for the Wolves in another outstanding season, one that included the inaugural PCC title.
Munster, Sr., defender
By the numbers: Part of defense that had 0.90 GAA, 11 shutouts
Skinny: Quick, heady back who contributed greatly to the Mustangs winning NCC and sectional titles.
Kankakee Valley, Sr., defender
By the numbers: Part of a defense that had 1.53 GAA, 4 shutouts
Skinny: The Kougars relied heavily on the lockdown back.
By the numbers: 0.94 GAA, 10.5 shutouts
Skinny: Confident, rangy keeper was another important player in the Mustangs’ success.
Andrean — Gabby Wojkovich, Taylor Berglund, Rachael Bryan
Bishop Noll — Shelby Garcia, Alejandra Almendarez
Boone Grove — Olivia McCafferty, Rachel Gerhardt, Claudia Cooper
Chesterton — Elizabeth Benson, Angelia Jeka, Nikki Kollar, Alex Bucko
Clark — Miriam Giron, Karina Canelo
Covenant Christian — Katy Long, Sophia Van Keppel, Adrienne Funderburg
Crown Point — Courtney Farrell, Anna Eksten, Taryn Spisak
East Chicago Central — Bianca Navarro
Gavit — Alondra Macias
Griffith — Krystal Mendoza, Yadira Castellanos, Caitlin Brown
Hammond — Elizabeth Navarro, Erica Munoz, Alondra Munoz
Hanover Central — Summer Pattison, B.K. Sakelaris, Kaylin Fanta
Hebron — Rachel Pauer, Sydnee Bartz
Highland — Rachel Gregory, Karly Gragido, Breanna Williams
Hobart — Kelly McGuire, Sydney Hicks
Kankakee Valley — Sophie Hufnagel, Alyssa Cox, Kara Gowens
Kouts — Maranda Birmingham
Lake Central — Lindsay Kusbel, Alisha Donovan, Tarah Hamby
LaPorte — Yojaira Campos, Addie Boardman
Lowell — Breanna Buche, Grisel Gomez, Darby Misner
Marquette — Maggie Mellen, Madeline Wood, Sydney Mussman
Merrillville — Natalia Ooms, Lacey Richards
Michigan City — Rebecca Apple
Morton — Jackie Cervantes
Munster — Jessica Flores, Cayla Bales, Sammi Koufos
Portage — Lauren Zack
Rensselaer — Alexa Clemente, Chelsea Hughes
Valparaiso —Grace Withrow, Kathryn Schoer, Jenelle Klumpe
Washington Township — Erin James, Heather Burton
Westville — Tuzdae Ramer
Wheeler —Shannon Eden, Terra Phillips, Haley Lovison