Petaluma High School sophomore Lauren Hazel leads South County players on girls all-league soccer teams. Hazel’s scoring and all-around play were rewarded by her being chosen Offensive Most Valuable Player on the All-Sonoma County League team.
Hazel was the key player for Petaluma in the Lady Trojans’ 11-8-1 season and strong third-place finish in the SCL with an 8-3-1 league mark.
She wasn’t the only Lady Trojan to have a great season recognized by the league coaches. Teammates Kendra Barry, junior forward, and Alondra Hernandez Ramirez, junior midfielder, were also chosen to the first team.
Frances Goughnour, sophomore forward; Amanda Rocha, sophomore defender; and Melissa Rocha, sophomore forward, were placed on the second team.
Sarah Mughannam, junior defender; Tessa Lambert, junior defender; and Zoe Frothinger, sophomore defender, received honorable mention notice.
Sophie Vargas, a sophomore midfielder from Sonoma Academy, was selected the league’s Most Valuable Player.
Brittney Briones and Bob Ryan of Analy were chosen Coaches of the Year.
Casa Grande’s senior leaders were chosen to the All-North Bay League first team by that league’s coaches.
Picked to the first team were defender Sabrina Appling and forward Gizela Carranza.
Lauren Doran, junior defender, and Mia Santander, junior midfielder, were selected to the second team.
Megan Hanley, junior forward, and Cassie Walsh, senior forward, received honorable mention notice.