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HS Girls: TeamSnap Fall All-America

Article Written by Sheldon Shealer
Published: July 19, 2016

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Jenna Bike, St. Joseph (Trumbull, Conn.), Sr.
Bike, who has been part of the U.S. Under-19 and Under-18 National Teams, scored 25 goals to lead St. Joseph to a 22-1 state title-winning season. The Boston College signee was one of the standout performers at the High School All-American Game in Raleigh, N.C., last December. 
 
Rachael Dorwart, Cumberland Valley (Mechanicsburg, Pa.), So.
The U.S. Under-17 National Team performer was one of the state's top offensive threats last year. Dorwart, who has committed to North Carolina, scored 46 goals and assisted on 11 others helping Cumberland Valley to a 24-2 season. She was the Harrisburg Patriot-New Player of the Year. 
 
Madison Gonzalez, Maria Carrillo (Santa Rosa, Calif.), Sr.
Gonzalez was a three-time Empire League Player of the Year while helping Maria Carrillo to four straight section titles and one SIMA FAB 50 crown during her tenure. The Santa Clara signee had 75 goals and 68 assists during her career as the team went 82-2-2 in her four seasons. 
 
Frankie Tagliaferri, Colts Neck (Colts Neck, N.J.), Jr.
Tagliaferri scored the only goal as Colts Neck edged Northern Highlands 1-0 in a battle of undefeated fall state powers to end the season. Tagliaferri, a U.S. Under-17 National Team member, was named the New Jersey Star-Ledger Player of the Year after finishing the season with 28 goals and 18 assists. 
 
Olivia Wade, Davis (Kaysville, Utah), So. 
Wade, a U.S. Under-17 National Team member, scored 32 goals and added 22 assists, leading Davis to a state title and an undefeated season. A first-team selection by the Dessert News and Salt Lake Tribune, Wade has committed to BYU
 
Midfielders
 
Malia Berkely, Badin (Hamilton, Ohio), Sr.
Berkley is a two-time Miss Soccer for the state of Ohio, one of the strongest states playing fall soccer. The Florida State signee is a member of the U.S. Under-19 National Team. She finished last season of high school play with 15 goals. 
 
Lucy Davidson, Scappoose (Scappoose, Ore.), Sr.
Davidson, who has been part of the U.S. Under-20 National Team pool, scored 31 goals and dished out 14 assists, leading Scappoose to an 18-0 season. Davidson finished her career with 87 goals. She signed with Portland. 
 
Emma Hasco, Upper St. Clair (Upper St. Clair, Pa.), Sr.
Hasco ended her stellar high school career by scoring both goals in a 2-1 state final victory. The Penn State signee finished the season with 19 goals and 25 assists, and was named the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Player of the Year.
 
Taylor Kornieck, Coronado (Henderson, Nev.), Sr.
Kornieck was one of the top performers at the High School All-American Game last December. The U.S. Under-18 National Team performer led all Southern Nevada players with 54 goals last season. The Colorado signee also dished out 12 assists.
 
Defenders
 
Morgan Busacca, Northern Highlands (Allendale, N.J.), Sr.
Busacca was the most dominant defender in New Jersey, anchoring a defense that allowed only three goals during the season. Busacca, a Star-Ledger first-team honoree, signed with Fordham
 
Samantha Hiatt, Seattle Prep (Seattle, Wash.), Sr.
Versatile Hiatt anchored a defense that allowed only six goals as Seattle Prep went 22-0-1 and won a state title. The Boston College signee is a member of the U.S. Under-20 National team. She was named the Washington Class 3A State Player of the Year. 
 
Goalkeeper
 
Brooke Heinsohn, Rivers School (Weston, Mass.), Sr.
Although Heinsohn's time was limited due to national team commitments, she was dominant in goal for Prep No. 1 Rivers School. Heinsohn allowed only two goals during the season and shut out all three playoff opponents as Rivers won the Class B title and finished ranked No. 1 in the TopDrawerSoccer.com Prep Top 10. The U.S. Under-20 National Team member signed with Duke. 

Coach of the Year
 
Bruce Stegner, Massapequa (Massapequa, N.Y.)
Stegner has enginered a dynasty at Massapequa, and done so in one of the nation's most competitive classifications. Stegner has guided Massapequa to 12 county titles in the past 13 years. The team's 3-1 state final win over Baldwinsville marked the first time a school has ever won three straight state titles in New York's large school classification.

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Frankie Tagliaferri, Colts Neck (N.J.)

SECOND TEAM

F Bridgette Andrzejewski McDonogh School (Owings Mills, Md.) Sr. North Carolina
Sydney Brackett Hollis-Brookline (Hollis, N.H.) Sr.  Syracuse
F   Gabrielle Brummett  Derryfield (Manchester, N.H.) Jr.  Duke
F Kia Rankin McDonogh School (Owings Mills, Md.) Sr.  NC State
F Taylor Ziemer Montgomery (Santa Rosa, Calif.) Sr. Virginia
MF Alia Martin Brebeuf Jesuit (Indianapolis, Ind.) Jr.  Michigan
MF Casey Richards  Northern Highlands (Allendale, N.J.) Sr.  Georgetown
MF  Sofia Rossi Walsh Jesuit (Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio) Jr.  Wake Forest
D Haylee Cacciacarne Davis (Kaysville, Utah) Sr. Utah
Erin Convery Ridge (Basking Ridge, N.J.) Sr.  Boston College
Amanda Visco  Colts Neck (Colts Neck, N.J.) Sr.  Rutgers
GK  Erin Seppi  Monroe (Monroe Township, N.J.) Sr.  Maryland
 
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