Yahoo Weather

You are here

Seven DC-G girls selected for All-Raccoon River Conference teams; six from A-D-M

The girls’ soccer All-Raccoon River teams have been announced and DC-G (15-3), the conference champion, leads the way with 7 players selected for the first and second teams. DC-G coach Dan James was selected as the Raccoon River Conference coach of the year.

A-D-M (12-7) is right behind them with six players selected for the first and second teams and one honorable mention. Both teams were defeated in the first round of the state tournament.

First-team selections from DC-G include senior Rachel McCarthy, sophomore Allie O’Brien, sophomore Jaci Finley, senior Shelby Bowersox and senior Lauren O’Brien.

McCarthy, a forward, led DC-G with 35 points (15 goals, five assists) and Allie O’Brien, a midfielder, was one goal behind her and had 33 points on the season. Finley, a midfielder, started 17 games this season and had nine points (four goals, one assist) and Bowersox, a defender, played in 17 games this season and had three goals, including one in the Fillies state tournament game against Pella.

Lauren O’Brien, the DC-G goalkeeper, played 1,234 and had a .883 save percentage with 12 goals against this season.

Second-team selections from DC-G include junior Kaylee Findlay and sophomore Lexi Rosa. Findlay started 17 games this season and finished with five points (one goal, three assists) while Rosa, a defender, also started 17 games and finished the season with seven points (three goals, one assist).

Seniors Megan Burditt and Natalie Harada are the first-team selections from A-D-M. Burditt started 17 games and finished the season with 20 points (seven goals, six assists) which ranks third on the team, while Harada started 19 games and finished the season with 11 points (five goals, one assist).

Seniors Lauren Hofmann, Nikki Corkrean, Madi Bertman and Mallory Schultze received second-team honors. Hofmann led the team with 24 points (10 goals, four assists) and Corkrean had 16 points (five goals, six assists). Bertman scored six goals and Schultze finished with 135 saves and a 1.11 goals-against average.

Senior Danielle Sullivan received an honorable mention after playing 19 games this season and scoring one goal on the season.

Close
The Dallas County News website is available only to print and digital subscribers. If you are already a subscriber, you can access the website at no additional charge.