Five Lady Bucs selected for All-Region I Soccer Team

TENNERTON – Five Buckhannon-Upshur Lady Bucs were named to the All-Region I Soccer Team that was released this week.

Seniors Miranda Greene, Cameron Zuliani and Kierra Arbogast were named to the Region I First Team while senior Catherine Oliveto was selected to the Second Team and junior Ashley Catlin was picked for the Honorable Mention Team.

Greene was selected as a midfielder, scored three goals and collected seven assists on the year.

Zuliani was also named as a midfielder, had 15 goals and 16 assists.

Arbogast was picked as a defender. She was captain of the defense that posted nine shutouts on the season.

Oliveto was named as a midfielder. She posted 20 goals and nine assists.

Catlin was picked as a defender and tallied three goals and three assists.

Region I is comprised of Buckhannon-Upshur, Bridgeport, Brooke, John Marshall, Morgantown, Preston, University and Wheeling Park.

Wheeling Park and Bridgeport led all teams with four First Team selections.

2021 GIRLS AAA REGION I SOCCER TEAM

FORWARDS

Merritt Delk – Wheeling Park

Gabby Reep – Bridgeport

Izabela Stahl – Preston

Maya Taggart – Wheeling Park

Mia Travis – University

Ashleigh Weaver – Morgantown

MIDFIELDERS

Ally Bender – Bridgeport

Miranda Greene – Buckhannon-Upshur

Lily Hanna – Wheeling Park

Tali Sizemore – University

Cameron Zuliani – Buckhannon-Upshur

DEFENDERS

Kierra Arbogast – Buckhannon-Upshur

Abby Barki – Wheeling Park

Kylie Bender – Bridgeport

Gracie Courtney – Bridgeport

Brooke Ohler – Brooke

KEEPER

Madysen Scheller – Morgantown

SECOND TEAM

FORWARD

Madison Platt – Brooke

MIDFIELDERS

Gracie Brown – Morgantown

Margot Cerbone – Preston

Catherine Oliveto – Buckhannon-Upshur

Morgan Ryan – University

Michaela August – Morgantown

Sierra Davis – Preston

Samantha Rechter – University

Josephine Kulpa – Wheeling Park

HONORABLE MENTION

DEFNEDERS

Ashley Catlin – Buckhannon-Upshur

Grace Huntzinger – Brooke

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