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BOYS AAA SECOND TEAM

Matt Sampler-Woodrow Wilson           Defender

Luke Rodriguez-Woodrow Wilson       Forward

Austin Smith-Princeton                        Midfield

Ty Law-Woodrow Wilson                    Midfield

 

Honorable Mention

Casey Young-Woodrow Wilson           Goalkeeper

Bo Williams-Princeton                          Defender

Josh Buckland-Shady Spring                Defender

Zach Johnson-Woodrow Wilson           Midfield

 

 

BOYS AA-A SECOND TEAM

Alex Testerman-PikeView        Defender

Tyler Skaggs-Midland Trail       Forward

 

Honorable Mention

Jose Hunter-Midland Trail        Defender

Quinton Brown-PikeView         Midfield

Isaac Van Blaricon-PikeView   Midfield

 

GIRLS AAA FIRST TEAM

Jessica Inman-Princeton            Defender

Sarah Akers-Woodrow Wilson    Midfield

 

 

GIRLS AAA SECOND TEAM

Savannah Barajas-Woodrow Wilson                Defender

Lyndsey Thompson-Shady Spring                     Midfield

 

Honorable Mention

Shayla Walls-Princeton Forward

Laken Autrey-Princeton            Midfield

 

 

2012 AAA Girls Defender of the Year

Jessica Inman-Princeton

 

GIRLS AA-A First Team

Laura Hill-PikeView                 Forward

Charlotte Webster-PikeView    Midfield

 

Girls AA-A SECOND TEAM

Shyann Carr-PikeView Defender

Hannah Legg-Midland Trail      Defender

 

Honorable Mention

Kristen Brinkley-PikeView                   Goalkeeper

 

2012 AA-A Girls Coach of the Year

Sam Hill-PikeView

 

2012 AA-A Girls Forward of the Year

Laura Hill-PikeView

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