Conestoga, Lower Merion and Radnor led the way in the PIAA on the Main Line high school girls’ soccer scene this past fall.
The Pioneers posted a 19-4-2 record and advanced all the way to the PIAA 4A state championship final.
The Aces (15-3) captured the Central League title, posting a perfect 11-0 league record and were ranked first in the PIAA District 1 power rankings and eighth in the state rankings.
The Raptors (20-5) won the PIAA District 1 3A title and advanced to the PAA 3A state championship final.
Two other strong Main Line teams in the Central League were Harriton (9-6-3) and Haverford High (13-7).
In the Inter-Ac, top teams included Academy of Notre Dame (16-5-2) and Episcopal Academy (13-5-1). The Irish finished runnerup in the PAISSA state tournament.
Other Main Line teams that posted a winning record were Villa Maria Academy (14-6, ranked No. 4 in the PIAA District 1 3A power rankings), Shipley (7-6-1) and Barrack Hebrew Academy (9-3)
The All-Main Line high school girls’ soccer teams are selected by the coaches. Because Main Line Media News covers 19 high schools, the Main Line Media News sports staff limits the number of sports available to first team, second team and honorable mention – but follows the priority of the coaches’ selections.
What follows are the 2021 All-Main Line high school girls’ soccer teams:
Avery Hannah, Academy of Notre Dame – Sophomore center back was considered the top defender on a strong Irish squad. She consistently covered the opposing team’s best player, and provided scoring punch for the Notre Dame squad as well.
Audrey Cain, Academy of Notre Dame – Junior outside back was a first team All-Inter-Ac selection. Was considered a top all-around performer for the Irish, and a solid offensive threat, scoring five goals.
Lily Fusco, Agnes Irwin – Sophomore midfielder, a first team All-Inter-Ac selection, scored 12 goals in 16 games this fall. Considered a gifted technician who can pass, dribble and shoot at a high level and is dangerous around the box.
Clara Page, Baldwin School – Senior forward/midfielder and co-captain, a first team All-Inter-Ac pick, was the Polar Bears’ MVP, scoring a dozen goals and dishing out nine assists in 20 games. Considered a dynamic attacking player with good vision in the midfield.
Abigail Klebe, Conestoga – Senior center forward, a first team All-Central League selection, tallied 17 goals this fall. A tall, fast forward (and a fine track athlete), she had a knack for scoring important goals, including the only goal in the state semifinal, the lone goal in a 1-0 win against Lower Merion and a penalty in the PK shoot-out against Pennridge in the state quarterfinal.
Haleigh Wintersteen, Conestoga – Senior center back and captain was a first team All-Central League selection and called “the best target in the box that I’ve had in the program” by Conestoga head coach Ben Wilson. A Miseracordia University commit, she is noted for her physical dominance, her scoring skills on corners and her skills on the ball.
Megan Daly, Conestoga – Senior center mid and captain was noted for her technical and physical dominance. Tallied a half-dozen goals and took all free kicks, penalties, and most corners. A second team All-Central League selection, she received the Pioneers’ Ultimate Team Player award this fall.
Maya Naimoli, Episcopal Academy – Junior goalie, a first team All-Inter-Ac selection, recorded eight shutouts and a sparkling 0.89 goals-against average. Ohio State commit received the Churchwomens’ Defensive Most Valuable Player Award.
Quinn Whitaker, Episcopal Academy – Freshman center mid/forward led the Churchwomen in points scored, tallying a dozen goals and dishing out eight assists in 19 games. Received second team All-Inter-Ac honors.
Camilla Trotti, Harriton – Senior center defender and captain, a first team All-Central League selection, is a strong technical player that was moved forward at times to get involved in the Rams’ attack (tallied 4 goals, 5 assists).
Mackenzie Lacey, Haverford – Senior forward, a first team All-Central League selection, was the Fords’ Offensive Most Valuable Player, tallying 11 goals in 20 games. A dynamic forward who was a consistent offensive threat, she scored five game-winning goals.
Elly Slensky, Lower Merion – Junior midfielder, a first team All-Central League selection, was the Aces’ Most Valuable Player and was third in the Central League MVP voting. Tallied 13 goals and dished out five assists.
Hannah Blodget, Lower Merion – Senior forward, a first team All-Central League selection, was the recipient of the Aces’ Offensive MVP award. Tallied 14 goals in 18 games and dished out four assists.
Roberta Moger, Lower Merion – Senior defender led a powerful Aces’ defense, and was the Aces’ Defensive Most Valuable Player. RIT commit provided scoring punch as well (two goals, four assists).
Emily Daiutolo, Radnor – Senior midfielder was runnerup in the Central League MVP voting. Tallied 10 goals and three assists, was an all-state selection, was All-Delco Girls Soccer Player of the Year and the Raptors MVP. Defensive midfielder who controlled the flow of the game and jump started Radnor’s attack.
Jane Daiutolo, Radnor – Senior midfielder dished out 13 assists and scored six goals for the PIAA 3A state runnerups. An attacking midfielder who constantly created dangerous chances both for herself and her teammates. Received first team All-Delco honors.
Kaelyn Wolfe, Villa Maria Academy – Junior midfielder and captain, runnerup for AACA Most Valuable Player, scored 21 goals and dished out 20 assists in 20 games. Led the Hurricanes to a school record for most goals scored in a season, and was noted for her elite speed and her technical ability.
Peyton Coron, Villa Maria Academy – Senior midfielder and second-year captain, a first team AACA all-star, was considered the Hurricanes leader. An all-around performer who packed a solid offensive punch (eight goals, eight assists).
Academy of Notre Dame – Julia Rossi, senior attacking midfielder; Sophia Hall, freshman goalie; Abby Reger, sophomore outside mid.
Agnes Irwin – Carly Wilson, senior midfielder; Abby Ballinger, sophomore central defender.
Archbishop Carroll – Ella Wright, junior center back; Olivia Stout, sophomore center mid; Reagan Duzy, senior center mid.
Baldwin School – Brianna Wright, senior forward/midfielder; Josie Stockett, senior midfielder.
Barrack Hebrew Academy – Arielle Zabusky, senior central midfielder; sophomore Haley Zabusky, sophomore central midfielder; Gabby Thomas, sophomore central midfielder.
Conestoga – Brynn Borger, junior forward/wing; Greta Steege, sophomore goalie; Elli Mayock, senior outside mid/outside back; Mia Galrao, junior, center back/outside back.
Episcopal Academy – Kendal Elison, senior central midfielder; Natalie Magnotta, sophomore center back; Bella Piselli, senior center mid/forward.
Friends’ Central – Jordyn Paszamant, senior center mid/forward; Julia Burd, senior forward; Juliana Aiken, senior center back/center mid.
Harriton – Kira McDonnell, senior center back; Ariel Katz, sophomore forward; Emma Moureaud, sophomore defender.
Haverford – Alyssa Seavey, junior center back/defender; Mollie Carpenter, junior center back/defender; Nora Burns, junior midfielder/forward.
Lower Merion – Casey Forman, freshman defender; Sadie Cohen, junior defender; Grace Downey, junior forward.
Merion Mercy Academy – Mary Kate Lopresti, senior forward.
Radnor – Kate Boujoukos, senior midfielder; Olivia Kelley, senior defender; Selah Koleth, sophomore forward/midfielder.
Shipley – Jaiden Griffin, senior center midfielder/striker; Maura Lindeman, junior center mid; Rylee Louden, freshman goalie.
Villa Maria Academy – Carly Catania, sophomore striker; Delaney Dobra, junior midfielder; Maddie Catania, junior goalie.
Academy of Notre Dame – Bryanna Young, sophomore defensive midfielder.
Agnes Irwin – Campbell Collins, sophomore, central defender; Belle Fusco, senior central midfielder.
Archbishop Carroll – Julia Curren, sophomore center mid; Amanda Armstrong, senior forward.
Baldwin School – Callie Stoltz, senior midfielder/defender; Grace Halak, senior midfielder; Maddie Davis, junior defender.
Barrack Hebrew Academy – Dana Felger, senior midfielder.
Episcopal Academy – Alexa Capozzoli, senior center mid/forward; Avery Le, freshman forward; Ava Roberts, sophomore midfielder; Maya Bright, freshman forward.
Friends’ Central – Anna Miller, senior center mid; Claire Samaha, junior center mid.
Harriton – Nina Cantor, freshman midfielder.
Merion Mercy Academy – Hannah Mishinkash, senior defender; Lily Denn, junior forward.
Shipley – Talia Devon, sophomore striker; Shaira Mujahid, sophomore winger/striker.
Villa Maria Academy – Olivia Brodhurst, junior defender; Lauen Steltz, junior defender.
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