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U.S. Youth Soccer ODP Girls Thanksgiving Interregional All-Stars
December 5th, 2012 1:23AM
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[AWARDS] At the conclusion of the annual U.S. Youth Soccer ODP Girls Thanksgiving Interregional Boca Raton, Fla., the coaching staffs selected the top 11 players for each age group.

1995 All-Star Team
Brittain Dearden (I) PDA Crush
Emma Firenze (I) Empire United
Alani Johnson (I) Richmond Kickers Elite
Rose Lavelle (II) Cincinnati Premier
Meegan Johnston (II) Team Chicago Botafogo
Zoey Goralski (II) Team Chicago Botafogo
Elizabeth Bartels (II) Elite Girls Academy
Taylor Wagnon (III) GSA
Marion Crowder (III) Chicago Fire MS
Elizabeth Boon (IV) VUSA Timbers
Alison Jahansouz (IV) SoCal Blues

1996 All-Star Team
Katherine Cousins (I) Richmond Kickers
Payton Cook (I) Richmond Kickers
Elysse Branton (I) BRYC Elite
Maddy Elliston (II) EGA
Kaitlyn Keen (II) Carmel United Elite
Megan McCashland (II) Greta Prima
Marnie Merritt (III) Lake Norman Eclipse
Macayla Edwards (III) FC Florida
Indigo Gibson (IV) Slammer
Mariah Lee (IV) Washington Premier FC
Hailey Harbison (IV) San Diego

1997 All-Star Team
Jessica Laszlo (I) Beachside SC
Madeline McCracken (I) Richmond
Katie Murray (II) Kings Hammer Academy
Dorian Bailey (II) Kings Hammer Academy
Ann Marie Niro (II) Eclipse Select
Ella Stevens (III) GSA Phoenix
Jennifer Westendorf (III) GSA Phoenix
Natalie Jacobs (IV) Slammers
Moses Milan (IV) Pleasanton Rage
Tegan McGrady (IV) MVLA Mercury
Melissa Lowder (IV) Sharks

1998 All-Star Team
Shea Moyer (I) FC Revolution
Jenna Bike (I) CFC
Emilly Fox (I) Herndon YS
Jaelyn Cunningham (II) Pride Soccer Club
Zoe Morse (II) Michigan Hawks ECNL
Malia Berkely (II) FOSC Fairfield Optimist SC
Alia Martin (II) Carmel United Soccer Club
Avery Batson (III) GSA Phoenix
Kalli Vogel (III) GSA Phoenix
Madison Schultz (IV) Crossfire
Samantha Bruder (IV) Real SoCal



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