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HS: TeamSnap Girls All-America update

Article Written by Sheldon Shealer
Published: December 29, 2016

More than 500 fall- and winter-playing high school girls players will make the cut for the Fall TeamSnap All-America Watch List and Winter TeamSnap All-America Watch List

Players, through coaches recommendations and TopDrawerSoccer staff observations, will be added each week to the list as performances warrant. The only players that will be removed from the list will be athletes who are no longer playing high school soccer or sustain a season-ending injury that will take them out of all-state consideration.

Complete list of TeamSnap All-America Update articles.

Here are recent performances and updates from players on the TeamSnap All-America Watch Lists:

GIRLS

* Madison Allen, Oviedo (Fla.), Jr., MF/D: The Vanderbilt commit scored four goals last week, helping Oviedo win two more games and extend its undefeated streak to 21 matches. Oviedo is 12-0-1 this season.

Melina Couzis, Somers (N.Y.), Sr., MF: The season didn’t end the way Somers expected, but that did not diminish the career for Couzis, a Connecticut commit who competed in the High School All-America Game in December. Couzis had 17 goals and 26 assists in her senior season. She picked up Journal News/LoHud Player of the Year honors for Westchester/Putnam. During her career, Somers went 72-5-3.

* Alexa Coyle, Bozeman (Mont.), Sr., F/MF: This two-sport star dedicated herself to soccer in the fall and Bozeman rode her talents to an undefeated season and a state title. Coyle, who has committed to Montana, scored a team-record 29 goals with 15 assists for 15-0-2 Bozeman. Coyle is an elite skier, as well. She won the U16 U.S. Alpine Championship in 2015. Coyle is the younger sister of Seattle Seahawks linebacker Brock Coyle.

* Charlotte Messer, Camden Hills (Maine), Sr., F: Messer delivered a storybook finish to her career and made her mom proud, as well. Messer’s final high school touch was an overtime goal to lift Camden Hills to a 1-0 state final victory, the first title for the coach and her mother, Meredith Messer, who has been coaching Camden Hills for 21 seasons. Messer was named the Telegram All-State Player of the Year after earning Class A Player of the Year honors. She finished the season with 26 goals and 17 assists, and she has committed to Maine.

* Miracle Porter, Matanzas (Fla.), Sr., F: Porter has rolled up eye-popping numbers in her career at Matanzas, and is on the verge of establishing a state scoring record. Porter has 228 goals, one shy of the state record of 229 set by Andrea Sellers of [Satellite fl-w] (Fla.) in a career that ended in 1997. Of course, in order to position Porter, a Florida Atlantic commit, for a run at the record, this team -- barely above .500 -- has let her run up goals in one-sided contests. She recently had a nine-goal, five-assist outing in a match Matanzas won 16-0. At the other extreme, she was held to one goal in an 8-2 loss to Ponte Vedra and shut out in an 8-0 loss to [Bartram Trail fl-w], the only opponents Matanzas has played that has factored in the state or regional rankings this season. Matanzas has three matches remaining prior to the playoffs. The national high school record for girls soccer goals scored in a career in 316. 

NOTE: The fall All-America watch list includes only players from high school teams that compete during the fall season. The Winter All-America watch list was released in November and includes players from the seven winter-playing states, and the Spring All-America watch list will follow in February.

 
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