BUHS Girls Soccer
Audrey Gaudet

Five Lady Bucs earn post-season soccer laurels

BUCKHANNON — Seniors on the Buckhannon-Upshur High School girls soccer team dominated the post-season awards announced Monday by the West Virginia High School Soccer Coaches Association.

The Lady Buccaneers placed five players on the All-Region team and a pair of girls on the All-State squad.

Seniors Audrey Gaudet and Madison Ware were selected to the acclaimed West Virginia AAA All-State squad, with Gaudet landing a spot on the second team and Ware earning honorable mention honors.

Both those players were also picked for the All-Region first team, Gaudet as a defender and Ware as a forward.

Senior Leigh Ann Bennett and junior Brooklyn Maxwell were selected for the regional second team as midfielders, while senior Peyton Carlyle made that squad as a defender.

Morgantown’s Sammie Brown was named the Region 1 Player of the Year, while Wheeling Park’s Carrie Hanna was selected regional Coach of the Year.

The complete All-State and All-Region teams are included below.

BUHS Girls Soccer
Brooklyn Maxwell
BUHS Girls Soccer
Leigh Ann Bennett
BUHS Girls Soccer
Peyton Carlyle
BUHS Girls Soccer
Madi Ware

AAA Girls Region 1

Player of the Year: Sammie Brown, Morgantown

Coach of the Year: Carrie Hanna, Wheeling Park

First Team

Forwards

  • Madison Ware, Buckhannon-Upshur
  • Anna Iquinto, Morgantown
  • Abbey Anderson, Wheeling Park
  • Ari Christiansen, University

Midfielders

  • Sammie Brown, Morgantown
  • Alyssa Weaver, Morgantown
  • Graceylyn Hanna, Wheeling Park
  • Emma Delk, Wheeling Park

Defenders

  • Audrey Gaudet, Buckhannon-Upshur
  • Sydney Davis, Preston
  • Annalese Aderholt, Wheeling Park
  • Stephanie Chmiel, University

Goal Keepers

  • Jordan August, Morgantown
  • Deanna Crumm,Wheeling Park
  • Corinne Grabow,University

Second Team

Forwards

  • Megan Noss, Preston

Midfielders

  • Lydia Buchmelter, Brooke
  • Leigh Ann Bennett, Buckhannon-Upshur
  • Brooklyn Maxwell, Buckhannon-Upshur
  • Kendra Bolinger, Preston
  • Talia Goodwin, Preston
  • Kassidy Wolfe, University

Defenders

  • Brooke Ohler, Brooke
  • Peyton Carlyle, Buckhannon-Upshur
  • Sheridan Southall, Morgantown
  • Ally Bender, University

Goal Keepers

  • Kinley Manko, Preston

The complete All-State team:

2018 WVHSSCA All-State for AAA Girls

First Team

Forwards

  • Emilie Charles, Cabell Midland
  • Olivia Gandee, Ripley
  • Ari Christiansen, University

Midfielders

  • Sammie Brown, Morgantown
  • Callie Leasure, Parkersburg South
  • Mackenzie Gillispie, Ripley
  • Graceylyn Hanna, Wheeling Park
  • Emma Delk, Wheeling Park

Defenders

  • Natalie Newland, Hedgesville
  • Brooke Lucas, Hurricane
  • Kathryn Bowers, Parkersburg South
  • Bailey Miller, Washington
  • Annalese Aderholt, Wheeling Park

Goal Keepers

  • Katy Darnell, George Washington
  • Deanna Crumm, Wheeling Park

Second Team

Forwards

  • Tal Roppolo, Hedgesville
  • Anna Iquinto, Morgantown
  • Abbey Anderson, Wheeling Park

Midfielders

  • Harper True, Cabell Midland
  • Emma Dotson, Greenbrier East
  • Bailey Fisher, Hurricane
  • Audrie Leasure, Parkersburg South
  • Adie Amore, Washington

Defenders

  • Audrey Gaudet, Buckhannon-Upshur
  • Gabby Hammers, Cabell Midland
  • Elizabeth Strazzula, Capital
  • Gracie Smith, Ripley
  • Madelyn Heam, Spring Mills
  • Stephanie Chmiel, University

Goal Keepers

  • Taylor Kennedy, Ripley

Honorable Mention

Forwards

  • Madison Ware, Buckhannon-Upshur
  • Linsey Hackney, George Washington
  • Kate Perkins, Greenbrier East
  • Annmarie Ramey,Hurricane
  • Annabelle Estrada, Jefferson
  • Hattie Hall, Woodrow Wilson

Midfielders

  • Claire Bailey, Capital
  • Abbie Bartenslager, Greenbrier East
  • Vanessa Pratt, Jefferson
  • Emily Beck, Martinsburg
  • Alyssa Weaver, Morgantown
  • Jordan Huffman, Parkersburg South
  • Laken Dye, Princeton Senior
  • Regan Carpenter, Ripley
  • BB Clark, Saint Albans
  • Kat Romero, Washington
  • Logan Ragland, Woodrow Wilson

Defenders

  • Hannah Horn, Hedgesville
  • Daisy Levine, Jefferson
  • Sydney Walker, Jefferson
  • Destiny Jackson, George Washington
  • Amira Gladwell, Martinsburg
  • Erin Forsythe, Martinsburg
  • Sydney Davis, Preston
  • Olivia Fauver, Riverside
  • Katie Sweeney, Woodrow Wilson

Goal Keepers

  • Brooke Metzger, Martinsburg
  • Jordan August, Morgantown
  • Corinne Grabow, University

 

 

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