RYAN VANDERSLOOT, 505-5403/@yaiaascores
Scoring 100 career goals in high school girls’ soccer is no easy feat.
To do so, players must average better than a goal a game for their entire career, avoid injuries and, more often than not, play every game for four full seasons.
Dover’s Brook Firestone and York Catholic’s Liz Johnson were able to reach that milestone this season. Not surprisingly, the seniors were announced recently as the York-Adams League Division II and Division III Players of the Year, respectively, by the league coaches.
Northeastern’s Sawyer Patrick, a defender/midfielder, was named of the Division I Player of the Year.
The Coaches of the Year are Spring Grove’s Meghan Mahon (Division I), Susquehannock’s Pat Brubaker (Division II) and Hanover’s Ralph Doxsey (Division III).
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