The coaches of Region 10 have selected their annual All-Region girls soccer teams, with Stansbury and Tooele both well-represented.
Thirteen of the county’s best girls soccer players were named to the First, Second and Honorable Mention lists, with 10 coming from Stansbury’s wildly successful team that went 11-6 overall and advanced to the second round of the Class 4A state playoffs. Three more represented Tooele on the All-Region teams, as their efforts stood out even during a challenging campaign for a rebuilding Buffaloes squad.
Here is a look at the players honored by the Region 10 coaches.
Reagen Didericksen, Stansbury, Sr. — Didericksen was third for 13th in Class 4A with eight goals, tying her for the team lead. She scored 33 goals over her four-year career with the Stallions.
Ainsley Thurber, Stansbury, Jr. — Thurber retained her spot as one of the top goalkeepers in the region, allowing two goals or fewer in 13 games. She shut out Hurricane in a game that was eventually decided in penalty kicks, and added a 2-0 shutout against Uintah during region play.
Alexis Hatch, Stansbury, Jr. — Hatch was a solid all-around contributor for the Stallions, scoring two goals — including a crucial one in a late-season road victory over Juan Diego.
Cecily Wolfe, Tooele, Jr. — Wolfe’s three goals were a team-high for the Buffaloes. Her goal against Juan Diego helped the Buffs take that game to penalty kicks, and she also scored against Ben Lomond and Stansbury on the road.
Samantha Coleman, Stansbury, Sr. — Coleman scored four goals in her senior season, including the overtime game-winner on the road against Tooele.
Bailey Thomas, Stansbury, Jr. — Thomas tied Didericksen with eight goals for the Stallions, and she scored both her team’s goals in a 2-1 road win over Uintah.
Danica Silvestri, Stansbury, So. — Silvestri’s speed posed a challenge for opposing defenses, and she scored five goals to rank third on the team in scoring.
Sone Osborn, Stansbury, Sr. — Osborn was a steady presence on Stansbury’s back line, helping limit opponents to just 12 goals in the Stallions’ 11 wins.
Bailey Lyman, Tooele, Jr. — Lyman’s strong defensive play helped the young Buffaloes stay in games, with five of their matches decided by two goals or fewer.
Annie Ploehn, Stansbury, Jr. — Ploehn’s hat trick helped propel Stansbury to a big win over Ben Lomond, and she also scored a key early goal on the road against Tooele.
Taryn Mori, Stansbury, Jr. — Another key defensive cog for the Stallions, Mori’s aggressiveness and strong positional play helped keep opponents off the board.
Nahui Pankratz, Stansbury, Jr. — Pankratz found her scoring touch down the stretch for the Stallions, recording a hat trick in a win over Ben Lomond and adding another goal against Tooele a week later.
Cami Eldredge, Tooele, Sr. — Eldredge combined veteran leadership with a bit of scoring touch, scoring twice to help lead the Buffs to a region win over Ben Lomond in their final home game of the season.