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HS girls soccer: Six Highland players garner first-team all-conference honors

November 23, 2018

Highland had six players collect 5A District 5-6 first-team all-conference honors, released Tuesday. The district’s all-conference girls soccer teams were voted on by the league’s coaches.

Highland forward Aubrey Hymas, midfielder Kylee Bennett, wing Mallori Vawdrey, defender Maysi Thompson, goalkeeper Tamra Diehl and forward/defender Grace Fischer earned first-team honors after helping the Rams secure a 16-6-1 record this season. Highland went two-and-out at the 5A state tournament.

Madison’s Annalise Brunson was named offensive player of the year, while teammate Ali Dummar was tabbed defensive player of the year. The Bobcats’ Rachel Hicks earned goalkeeper of the year honors.

5A DISTRICT 5-6 ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS

Offensive Player of the Year: Annalise Brunson, Junior, Madison

Defensive Player of the Year: Ali Dummar, Junior, Madison

Goalkeeper of the Year: Rachel Hicks, Junior, Madison

First team

Sydney Thueson, Midfielder, Madison; Aubrey Hymas, Forward, Highland; Kylee Bennett, Midfielder, Highland; Mallori Vawdrey, Wing, Highland; Sydney Lance, Defender, Thunder Ridge; Hannah Bolingbroke, Wing, Madison; Maysi Thompson, Defender, Highland; Julia Williams, Defender, Madison; Tamra Diehl, Goalkeeper, Highland; Kenna Mower, Midfielder, Rigby; Grace Fisher, Forward/Defender, Highland; Lizzy Gehmlich, Defender, Madison; Zabree Clark, Wing, Madison

Honorable mention

Kayley Perez, Goalkeeper, Rigby; Laurianna Ibarra, Defender, Rigby; Sophia Mangum, Forward, Thunder Ridge; Jennifer Palacios-Ivala, Defender, Rigby; Emma Eskerod, Midfielder, Rigby; Victoria Aguinaga, Defender, Thunder Ridge

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