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The Reporter/Times Herald/Montgomery 2021 Girls Soccer All-Area teams

Pennridge's Anna Croyle (40) tries to control the ball as North Penn's Maddie Murphy (27) defends during their game on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021. (Mike Cabrey/MediaNews Group)

The 2021 girls soccer season was a successful one for Reporter/Times Herald/Montgomery Media area teams.

Wissahickon and Lower Moreland won Suburban One League championships while Archbishop Wood won the Philadelphia Catholic League.

Wood won the District 12-2A title while Springfield won District 1-2A and Faith Christian Academy captured the program’s first District 1-A crown.

The top players who played key roles this fall are recognized as All-Area selections.

First Team

Carley Slavin, Abington

Slavin was a first team All-Suburban One League Liberty Division selection and runner-up for league player of the year. The junior defensive midfielder led the Ghosts with 16 goals, several of which came via headers.

Alyssa DeGeorge, Archbishop Wood

DeGeorge finished the season with 11 goals and 14 assists. She earned Philadelphia Catholic League MVP honors after leading the Vikings to the league championship.

Daryn Savage, Archbishop Wood

Savage was a first team All-PCL defender and a team captain during her junior campaign. She led a defense that allowed two goals in just three games all season and never allowed three or more.

Jules Broskey, CB West

Broskey was a first team All-League selection as the Bucks went 12-4 in SOL Colonial play. The goalkeeper kept 12 clean sheets, including one in the first round of the District 1-4A playoffs.

Taylor Moyer, CB West

Moyer earned her third straight first team All-League selection this fall. The senior forward closed out her career with 55 goals and 53 assists for the Bucks.

Courtney Moylan, CB West

Moylan was named first team All-League for a second straight season. The junior defender played a key role as the Bucks posted 12 shutouts in 2021.

Emma Levin, Hatboro-Horsham

Levin was a captain for the Hatters as a sophomore. She scored 13 goals and dished out six assists while earning first team All-SOL Liberty honors.

Hatboro-Horsham’s Emma Levin (2) and Upper Dublin’s Regan Rubin vie for the ball during their District 1-4A first round game on Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021. (Mike Cabrey/MediaNews Group)

Anna Croyle, Pennridge

While just a sophomore, Croyle is making her second appearance on the All-Area first team. She played a key role in the Rams posting three straight shutouts to open the district playoffs before losing a 1-0 game in the semifinals. In states, Pennridge won its first game with a shutout before losing 1-0 in PKs in the quarterfinals.

Leah Malone, Pennridge

After scoring the greatest goal in Pennridge history – the state championship OT winner – as a junior, Malone followed with a great senior campaign in 2021. She finished the season with 15 goals and eight assists as the Rams made noise in the District 1-4A and PIAA-4A state playoffs.

Pennridge’s Leah Malone (28) looks to work through Neshaminy defenders during their game on Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021. (Mike Cabrey/MediaNews Group)

Alex Devers, Upper Dublin

Devers was crucial in the Cardinals 2021 turnaround. She scored 16 goals and had 10 assists as Upper Dublin went from 1-8-1 in 2020 to 12-3-3 this fall. Devers earned first team All-SOL Liberty honors.

Kylie Friedman, Wiss

Friedman led the Trojans in scoring with 21 goals in 19 games. She was named the team’s Offensive Most Valuable Player and earned first team All-SOL Liberty honors.

Wissahickon’s Kylie Friedman scored two goals against Upper Moreland Tuesday afternoon. (Ed Morlock/MediaNews Group)

Second Team

Maura Day, Abington

Caroline Hughes, Abington

Shea Lubin, CB West

Riley Morris, Gwynedd Mercy

Sophie Craig, Pennridge

Emily Kriney, Pennridge

Casey Malone, Pennridge

Sierra Shaeffer, Pennridge

Avery Nogami, Souderton

Margo Kasenchar, Wiss

Margaret Wilde, Wiss

Honorable Mention

Abington: Mei Mei Cheng, Piper McGinley

Archbishop Wood: Ava DeGeorge, Megan Hickey

CB West: Kate Weyer, Alexis Castro

Cheltenham: Kayla Brockington

Dock Mennonite: Abby Brown

Faith Christian Academy: Cassidy Norley

Germantown Academy: Alex Goodridge

Gwynedd Mercy Academy: Caroline Drakeley

Hatboro-Horsham: Caroline Shegogue, Marissa Rapino, Sophia Liott, Mia Malofiy

Lansdale Catholic: Megan Steinbach, Nicole Mezzatesta

Lower Moreland: Nikki Sahl, Morgan Pennisi, Payton Lennon

Methacton: Mairi Smith, Shannon O’Brien

North Penn: Lauren Blanch, Anna Fiore, Jamie Webb

Pennridge; Liv Grenda, Riley Hepler

PJP: Erin Flanagan, Cameron Schuler, Kyanni Escudero, Lauren Rezza

Plymouth Whitemarsh: Kaitlyn Dinh, Fiona Gooneratne

Souderton: Abby Kolb

Springfield Twp: Kaleigh Evans, Alana Decker

Upper Dublin: Lili Kleiman, Rachel Adelman, Bliss Brenner, Regan Rubin, Erin Seabrook

Upper Moreland: Emma Frasca, Willow Taylor, Kyra Favors

William Tennent: Jackie Sowers

Wissahickon: Anna May, Natalie Ryan

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