B-U’s Cale, Hollen and Andrew earn Big 10 All-Conference soccer honors

TENNERTON – Chloe Cale earned First Team honors while Ava Hollen and Allison Andrew were named to the Second Team for the Buckhannon-Upshur Lady Bucs on the 2022 Big 10 All-Conference Girls Soccer Team.

Cale was named as a forward on the First Team while Hollen was named as a forward and Andrew as a defender on the Second Team.

Cale had four goals and four assists for the Lady Bucs.

Hollen led the team with 16 goals and six assists.

Andrew didn’t record any offensive statistics from her defensive center back position.

The Lady Bucs posted an 11-9-2 record.

Philip Barbour led all teams with four First Team selections.

Philip Barbour swept the individual awards as Braylen Sparks was named the Player of the Year by the Big 10 while her coach Blake Williams was selected as the Coach of the Year.

2022 BIG 10 ALL-CONFERENCE GIRL’S SOCCER

First Team

Forward

Chloe Cale – Buckhannon-Upshur

Addy Cogar – Elkins

Hadley Home – Grafton

Gabby Reep – Bridgeport

Arrington Sparks – Philip Barbour

Midfield

Adaline Cinalli – Fairmont Senior

Layna Grassi – Philip Barbour

Kate Gribben – Fairmont Senior

Olivia Lowther – Robert C. Byrd

Kierstyn Maxey – East Fairmont

Braylyn Sparks – Philip Barbour

Defense

Kylie Bender – Bridgeport

Alyssa Dunn – Robert C. Byrd

Carlie Ice – East Fairmont

Darcy Knight – Philip Barbour

Keeper

Delaney Haller – Lincoln

Second Team

Forward

Ava Hollen – Buckhannon-Upshur

Maddie Lott – East Fairmont

Alexia Price – Elkins

Payton Riley – Lincoln

Midfield

Elisa Dinaldo – Bridgeport

Emma Elliot – Liberty

Anna Hutchinson – Bridgeport

Leah Paugh – East Fairmont

Kierson Posey – Lincoln

Lillyan Toth – Lincoln

Defense

Allison Andrew – Buckhannon-Upshur

Laney Fletcher – Elkins

Maura Stark – Fairmont Senior

Keeper

Gracelin Conley – Elkins

Kayla Moore – North Marion

Kadence Whitehair – Preston

Player of the Year – Braylyn Sparks (Philip Barbour)

Coach of the Year – Blake Williams (Philip Barbour)

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