Voting for the All-Region 10 girls soccer teams was conducted during the annual coaches meeting Monday, with a number of Tooele County players earning recognition among the league’s best.
First Team selections included Stansbury’s Reagen Didericksen, Chloee Corbett and Bethany Johansen, along with Tooele’s Makenna McCloy. Didericksen, a junior, led Stansbury with six goals this season, while Corbett scored four and Johansen helped anchor a defense that yielded just 21 goals against in 18 matches. McCloy had 13 goals for Tooele — the ninth-most of any Class 4A player.
Stansbury’s Rylie Klenk, Ainsley Thurber and Merissa Redington were joined by Tooele’s Maddy Lyman on the Second Team. Lyman had three shutouts as the Buffaloes’ starting goalkeeper, while Thurber recorded eight for Stansbury. Redington scored a goal and played a key role for the Stallions, while Klenk was another crucial part of the Stallions’ stingy defense.
Tooele’s Gabby Asay, Cecily Wolfe and Liz Lundwall received Honorable Mention, along with Stansbury’s Lucy Jones, Samantha Coleman and Sone Osborn. Osborn and Jones helped Stansbury’s back line and Coleman’s speed led to her scoring one goal, while helping to set up numerous others. Lundwall had four goals despite missing some time with an injury, while Wolfe had a goal from her midfield spot and Asay provided much-needed leadership to a young Tooele squad with strong defensive play.