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Knights’ Charles voted MSAC girls player of the year

November 8, 2018

HUNTINGTON — Cabell Midland High School girls soccer star Emilie Charles was named Mountain State Athletic Conference Player of the Year. Hurricane’s Shelly Young was named Coach of the Year after leading the Redskins to the Class AAA state championship.

Charles was joined on the first team by Cabell Midland teammates Harper True and Gabby Hammers; Huntington High’s Sophie Aya-ay and Claire Burberry; Hurricane’s Sydney Wheeler, Ann Marie Ramey, Bailey Fisher, Brooke Lucas and Abby Fowler; Parkersburg’s Madison Spears; George Washington’s Emily Lewis, Carley Smithson, Riley Lohan, Abby Fife and Katy Darnell; Capital’s Lizzie Strazzula; and Woodrow Wilson’s Logan Ragland.

The second team featured Delaney Davis and Lauren Sexton of Spring Valley; Elisabeth Dick and Rayen Ciccolella of Cabell Midland; Jalen Nicely and MacKenzie Grier of Huntington High; Hattie Hall and Katie Sweeney of Woodrow Wilson; Lynsey Hackney and Destiny Jackson of George Washington; Kendal Domenick, Bethany Meek, Jordan Balog and Sarah McDonnell of Parkersburg; and Claire Bailey and Kaleigh Shaffer of Capital.

A trio of Spring Valley players — Zoe Runyan, Reagan Doak and Kim Holland — earned special honorable mention. Also being named special honorable mention were Olivia Bird of Hurricane; Maddi Leggett and Brayden McNickel of Parkersburg; Jaedan McComas of Riverside; Kylie Richo and Savannah Parsons of South Charleston; Emily Crook of Woodrow Wilson; Felicity Fauver, Elizabeth Fauver and Allison Bostic of Riverside; and Kalissa Lacy of George Washington.

Honorable-mention picks included Hanley Riner of Cabell Midland, Faith Worrell of Huntington High, Haley McGown of Spring Valley, Braelyn Pritt of Hurricane, Carley Browning of Capital, Emma Flemming of Parkersburg, Briauna Hailey of Riverside and Genevieve Potter of South Charleston.