Below is the 2021 The Day by day News All-Place Girls’ Soccer group, as decided by the coaches and the newspaper’s sports employees.
Reagan Baiotto, Swansboro: The senior midfielder/forward ended with 12 objectives and a few helps to support lead the Pirates to an 8-3-2 in general history, a 7-2-1 Coastal 3-A Meeting mark and a area in the NCHSAA 3-A playoffs. She was named all-meeting and 3-A all-condition by the N.C. Soccer Coaches Association.
Mercy Bell, White Oak: The junior forward experienced 22 objectives and 6 assists for the Vikings, who finished 7-4 general and 6-4 in the Coastal 3-A Convention. She was named 3-A all-state and was the Coastal Conference participant of the year.
Miranda Brown, East Duplin: The senior forward had 16 targets and nine helps to guide the Panthers to an 11-3 over-all history, a shared East Central 2-A Convention title at 11-1 and a 2-A condition playoff look. She was all-meeting and helps make all-spot for the 3rd time right after also earning it in 2018 and 2019.
Haley Cousins, Croatan: The senior forward had 20 goals and five assists to assist the Cougars go 14-1-1 general, get the Coastal 8 1-A/2-A Conference at 11–1 and advance to the 3rd spherical of the point out playoffs. She was all-area and all-convention and was also all-spot in 2019.
Taylor Deupree, Jacksonville: The senior ahead/midfielder had five aims and 1 assist to assist the Cardinals go 8-1-1 all round, acquire the Coastal 3-A Convention at 8–1 and progress to the state playoffs. She was named all-conference and all-region.
Madison Fleck, Swansboro: The senior defender/midfielder had 3 targets and four assists to assist the Pirates go 8-3-2 total, 7-2-1 in the Coastal 3-A Meeting and engage in in the point out playoffs. She was named all-meeting and all-area.
Braelyn Hodnefield, Jacksonville: The sophomore defender helped the Cardinals sign-up eight shutouts. She was also named all-convention and all-area.
Logan Howard, Croatan: The senior forward had 23 targets and eight helps to make all-space for the next time, the first coming in 2019. This year’s space offensive participant of the calendar year was also all-convention and all-area and was named 2-A All-Condition.
Emma LaFave, Jacksonville: The junior ahead/midfielder experienced 7 goals and two helps. She was also all-meeting and all-location.
Madison Morton, White Oak: The senior goalkeeper had 6 shutouts and a 1.5 objectives from average. She was also all-meeting and all-region and was named all-place as a sophomore in 2019.
Kourtney Noling, Southwest: The senior defensive midfielder served lead a Stallions’ protection that experienced three shutouts. She was named all-convention and all-location.
Gwen O’Brien, Croatan: The senior defender, who contributed five goals and 11 helps, shared Coastal 8 Conference Participant of the Year honors. She was also named all-location.
Kaitlyn Ortiz, Dixon: The senior midfielder experienced 7 plans and 5 assists to help the Bulldogs go 9-3-2 total, 8-2-2 in the Coastal 8 Convention and advance to the second round of the playoffs. She was named all-meeting and all regional and was also a 2019 all-spot participant.
Wilhelmina Pudol, Dixon: The junior defender aided spearhead a Bulldogs’ defense that recorded 6 shutouts. She was named all-meeting and all-location.
Morgan Rademacher, Dixon: The senior goalkeeper had six shutouts, created 65 will save and had a .83 goals against regular. She shared the Coastal 8 Conference’s Player of the Year award and was all-region.
Kimmie Ross, Swansboro: The senior ahead had 12 aims and 11 helps. She was also all-meeting and all-location.
Carly Schaub, Richlands: The senior ahead had 14 plans and 7 helps to support the Wildcats go 10-4 overall, 9-3 in the Coastal 8 Meeting advance to the second spherical of the playoffs. She was all-convention and all-location and was also on the 2019 all-space group.
Emily Schulter, Dixon: The senior defender was all-meeting and all-location and also contributed four aims and two assists.
Taylor Simco, Richlands: The senior forward experienced 14 plans and three helps. She was all-meeting and all-area.
Gentry Straub, Croatan: The junior midfielder had three ambitions and 6 helps. She was all-conference and all-location.
Zoe Sullivan, Swansboro: The junior goalkeeper had six shutouts and recorded a .52 aims from common. She was all-area and all-conference.
Cora Taylor, Croatan: The junior midfielder experienced 7 aims and 11 helps. She was 2-A All-State, all-conference and built the 2019 all-place workforce.
Taylor Thigpen, East Duplin: The senior ahead experienced seven targets and nine help and designed the All-East Central Conference crew.
Lauren Wernimont, Jacksonville: The senior defender is the area’s defensive participant of the year after she was named 3-A All-Condition by the N.C. Soccer Coaches Association and manufactured all-meeting. She aided lead a Cardinals’ protection that enable only two aims in 10 online games.