Area girls’ soccer athletes receive league honors

ADDISON COUNTY — Eight area girls’ soccer players earned All-State honors from the Division I and II coaches, and they and many others received First or Second Team All-Star recognition from the Lake or Marble Valley League C divisions.
In addition two coaches were honored. The state’s coaches named Mount Abraham’s Dustin Corrigan the Large School Coach of the Year, and Corrigan and Vergennes Coach Dwight Irish were voted the Lake Division Co-Coaches of the Year.
Three of Corrigan’s Eagles earned D-II All-State status: junior midfielders Addy Harris and Mae Peterson and freshman defender Grace Harvey.
Four Commodores were named D-III All-State players: senior midfielder Ciara McClay, senior defender Morgan Lynk, junior midfielder Emily Rooney, and junior defender Sophie Hatch.
Rounding out the All-State players was OV junior Olivia White, who was named to the D-III All-State team.
Hatch highlighted the locals on the Lake Division All-Star team with a nod as the league’s defensive player of the year. Joining her from VUHS on the first team were McClay and Rooney. Harris, Harvey and Peterson made the Lake First Team, as did sophomore defender Ellie Ginsburg.
Four Middlebury players earned spots on the Lake First team: senior midfielder Ada Anderson, junior defender Gwen Stafford and two freshmen, defender Carlisle Brush and midfielder/striker Ivy Doran.
Junior OV defender Leah Pinkowski joined White on the MVL C Division First Team, and junior striker Julia Eastman made the MVL C Division Second Team.
Four Tigers made the Lake Second team, senior forward Ailey Bosworth, junior midfielders Merry Kimble and Annie Lapiner and junior forward Isadora Luksch. From Mount Abe junior defender Emma Campbell, junior midfielders Becca Laurent and Sydney Minnerly, and sophomore defender Savannah Scrodin made the Second Team. Three Commodores earned Second Team status: senior defenders Emma Bryant and Morgan Lynk, and sophomore midfielder Sydney Weber.

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