Here is the Kane County Chronicle All-Area girls soccer team.
Taylor Carlson, Kaneland, senior, midfielder: Carlson, an all-sectional selection, had 15 goals and 18 assists. A two-time team captain, Carlson will attend the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and will play soccer.
Ava Elders, Burlington Central, sophomore, midfielder: Elders led the sectional champion Rockets with 13 goals and four assists.
Brigid Gannon, Kaneland, sophomore, midfielder: Gannon, an all-conference and all sectional selection, had 22 goals and seven assists.
Mckenna Gahagan, St. Charles East, junior, midfielder: Gahagan, an all-DuKane Conference selection, had 18 goals and 18 assists.
Isabella Hartmann, Burlington Central, senior, midfielder: Hartmann helped pace the Rockets to a supersectional appearance after an incredible comeback from injuries over the past two seasons. Hartmann finished with 11 goals and five assists.
Sofia Iori, St. Charles East, junior, goalkeeper: Iori allowed just five goals all season and finished with a .35 goals allowed average along with 11.5 shutouts splitting time with Grace Stehman.
Emily Kuzner, Kaneland, freshman, defender: An all-Interstate Eight selection, Kuzner was a huge reason for the Knights surrendering just one goal in conference play. Kuzner also had five goals and two assists.
Hannah Miller, St. Charles East, senior, forward: Miller, the Chronicle’s Player of the Year, was also named DuKane Conference Player of Year and won the Golden Boot award. Miller had 19 goals and 18 assists.
Bella Najera, St. Charles North, sophomore, forward/midfielder: Najera led the North Stars with 19 goals and nine assists en route to a sectional final appearance.
Jenna Sitta, St. Charles East, senior, forward: Sitta had a team-high 21 goals along with 12 assists for the supersectional runner-up Saints.
Megan Sreniawski, St. Charles East, senior, defender: Sreniawski was one of several top scorers for the Saints with 16 goals and eight assists.
Grace Barresi (St. Charles North), Kara Claussner (St. Charles North), Ashley Stellon (St. Charles East), Rilee Hasegawa (Geneva), Evyn Schokora (Geneva), Ashley Whelpley (Batavia), Johanna Shubert (Batavia), , Katie Kurz (Kaneland)
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