Douglas High girls soccer
Douglas High’s Bailey Rozier makes a move with possession against Carson High earlier this season. Rozier was named as a first team all-region defender for the second year in a row Tuesday.
Photo by Ron Harpin.
Douglas High girls soccer was once again well represented on the Class 5A girls all-region teams released Tuesday.
Five Tiger players found themselves with all-region honors for their performance this season.
For the second year in a row, Tiger midfielder Bailey Rozier earned first team all-region honors.
The senior proved to be incredibly shifty in the midfield with fakes often leaving defenders turned around.
Rozier tallied a goal and nine assists through 11 games played, per MaxPreps.
Joining Rozier with first team honors is defender Kylee Lash.
The junior has one of the best-timed slide tackles in the region and is capable of stalling any offensive attack that comes down her side of the field.
Lash tallied a goal and an assist through 10 games played this season for the Tigers.
Forward Aleeah Weaver led the Tiger sophomores with a second team selection for her play this season.
Weaver totaled a team-high nine goals for the Tigers while also dishing out six assists in the process.
Douglas had three girls earn honorable mention honors as well.
Senior Hannah Schaeffer will depart her high school career with an honorable mention nod alongside juniors Camden Miller and Kylie Martin.
Miller tallied three assists this season while Martin was one of the best goalkeepers in the region.
Both will return next year for Douglas with high hopes on the pitch.
Class 5A girls’ soccer all-region teams
Cydonah Blackman, McQueen; Katie Muff, Galena; Ella Hallert, Bishop Manogue; Maylin Rivera, Reed; Bailey Rozier, Douglas; Erin Cryer, Galena; Gracie Walt, Carson; Kylee Lash, Douglas; Destine Rojas, Spanish Springs; Christen Huene, Galena; Kailer Crawford, Damonte Ranch; Carly Simmons, Galena.
Coach of the year – Jason Saville, Reed
Player of the year – Rylee Husted, Reed
Midfielder of the year – Leslie Jacobo, Reed
Defensive player of the year – Lauren La Fountain, Galena
Goalkeeper of the year – Summer Myer, Damonte Ranch
Aleeah Weaver, Douglas; Emily Means, Reno; Reese Mackenzie, Carson; Reagan Stephens, Bishop Manogue; Mollie Hoppe, Reed; Emily Brandt, Damonte Ranch; Nicole Sullivan, Galena; Arianna Martinez, McQueen; Taylor Honea, Reed; Natalyn Wakeling, Carson; Ava Michitsch, Bishop Manogue; Talia Marini, McQueen.
Jaycee Fritz, Spanish Springs; Ava Anderson, Reed; Sophia Barber, McQueen; Camden Miller, Douglas; Nyla Hensley, Galena; Caitlyn Hilson, McQueen; Yose Lopez, Spanish Springs; Hailey Rok, Reed; Evelyn Fraser, Galena; Bridgett Quayle, McQueen; Hannah Schaeffer, Douglas; Kylie Martin, Douglas.