All-State girls soccer team selections

Girls soccer players from Tahoma and Kent schools were voted to the WSSCA 4A All-State Team as announced by the soccer coaches association Monday night.

Senior midfielder Brie Hooks of Tahoma was the MVP of the state team. Selections were made based on a vote of members of the Washington State Soccer Coaches Association as well as high school coaches from across Washington state.

Also from Tahoma were forwards Mackenzie Henke and Kaysha Darcy, both first team selections along with Hooks at midfield, while defender Haley Warren earned second team honors and forward Tori Tappero earned honorable mention recognition.

Megan Charlton, goal keeper for Kentwood, was the only keeper named to the first team.


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