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Lehi Free Press All-City Girls Soccer – Fall 2020

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Most Valuable Player

Kennedi Schmidt (Sr. Lehi): Scored 18 goals and eight assists to help the Pioneers earn the Region 7 title. Also the second-leading scorer in Lehi history with 71 goals in her career. The UNLV commit had a killer instinct and a winning mind set.

Most Inspirational Player

Claire Robbins (Sr. Lehi):  Received multiple honors despite playing only half a season due to an injury. The College of Northern Idaho commit continued to lead her team from the sideline even when she could no longer play.

Forwards

Haley Martin (Sr. Lehi): Her motor never stops and she’s always working. Five goals. Received the team Pioneer Spirit Award. 

Stephanie Roper (So. Lehi): She’s the fastest player on the team and had an amazing attitude. Eight goals and five assists.

Midfielders

Ally Dahl (Jr. Lehi): Six goals and nine assists. The heart of her team, the coach considers her the best midfielder in the region.

Yin Nawahine (Sr. Skyridge): A really bright spot on her team, she was kind, respectful and a hard worker. Five points.

Madison Snyder (Sr. Skyridge):  Dangerous in the final third, tremendous athlete who could play anywhere. Nine points.

Defenders

Savannah Jones (Jr. Lehi): Awarded team defensive player of the year. Super athletic competitor who helped win region. 

Adysen Miller (Jr. Lehi): Moved from the midfield to the back line after Robbins went down and did an amazing job.

Kylee Phillips (Jr. Skyridge): Did things simple. Played well under pressure and was able to anchor a young back line.

Kailey Robertson (Sr. Lehi): Helped hold the team together after the Robbins injury with her leadership and her example.

Goalkeeper

Hayley Ogden (So. Lehi): Credited with 62 saves and had five shutouts. Came up with key stops in multiple games.

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