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Former national champions face tough competition at U-17 girls finals
by Paul Kennedy, July 25th, 2007 7AM



State Association: Virginia
Notable: First girls team from Central Virginia to win a Virginia state championship as U-15s.

1 Lindsey Rowe
2 Mary Meredith
3 Emily Tatum
4 April Price
5 Lauren McCoy
6 Annemarie Cole
7 Molly McKeon
8 Catherine Fuson
9 Lindsay Wicher
10 Joan Bilms
11 Virginia Lumpkin
12 Kristin Lescalleet
14 Machenzie Alexander
16 Kathleen Russell
18 Nancy Wright
19 Allison Albright
Head Coach Shannon Richard

State Association: Michigan
Notable: The Hawks have won five Michigan titles in the last six years.

1 Jessie Baxa
3 Christina Naife
4 Clare Stachel
6 Jamie Fratto
7 Meghan Gorsuch
8 Courtney Whalen
9 Afton Delvecchio
10 Amanda Bailey
12 Kelsey Kassab
13 Emily Kunkel
14 Taylor Miller
18 Marilyn Wargo
20 Jordan Horvath
21 Anna Cunningham
22 Theresa Yankovich
24 Kimberly Siebert
25 Jenna Carosio
28 Haley Kopmeyer
43 Katelin Chaklos
99 Alisha Lussiez
Head Coach Derek Williford

State Association: North Texas
Notable: Melissa Henderson is the Gatorade Soccer Player of the Year.

0 Courtney Smith
1 Chandler Follett
2 Jacquelyn Guerra
3 Megan Cassidy
4 Jessica Price
5 Emily Talbot
6 Ashley Rape
7 Kelsey Blincow
8 Melissa Henderson
9 Shannon Gorrie
10 Jessica Schuveiller
11 Anne Kendzior
12 Amanda Howell
13 Amanda Fancher
16 Lucy Keith
17 Shelby Campbell
19 Casey Lerond
20 Dawn Ward
21 Nicole Crocco
22 Kailey Anders
Head Coach Kenny Medina

State Association: Cal South
Notable: The Eagles were national champs as U-14s three years ago.

00 Amanda Lisberger
1 Shaine Millheiser
2 Sidney Garza
3 Lindsey Armenta
5 Kelsey Owen
6 Amelia Mathis
8 Haley Wilson
9 Kelsea Smith
10 Emily Cressy
13 Gracie Gartrell
14 Ashley Owens
15 Courtney Goodson
16 Samantha Greene
17 Kaitlin Paletta
21 Megan Blankenburg
23 Chloe Johnson
29 Nicole Sweetman
Head Coach Vince Thomas

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