All-Area girls' soccer first team

Mallory Carcich, Junior,

Defender, Crescenta Valley

The Pacific League co-Player of the Year, Carcich captained the Falcons to their third straight league title. A stellar defender blessed with a big foot, she also tallied six goals in showcasing her overall talent on both ends of the field en route to netting All-CIF Southern Section Division II first-team honors.

Casey Cousineau, Soph.,

Goalie, Flintridge Prep

All-Prep League first-team and All-CIF Division III third-team selection was an agile and consistent force in the net for the Rebels. Posted 11 shutouts and five matches with double-digit saves, including 16 against Ayala in the Division III quarterfinals.

Brooke Elby, Senior,

Forward, Flintridge Prep

The sensational North Carolina-bound talent was the Rebels' leader in every which way, scoring 28 goals to go with nine assists while leading her squad to one of its best seasons in program history after clinching its first outright league title and marching to the CIF Division III quarterfinals. After the season, she was voted Prep League Offensive Player of the Year and an All-CIF first-team honoree.

Katie Johnson, Junior,

Forward, Flintridge Sacred Heart

Mission League Most Valuable Player proved herself as the best team in Division I's biggest offensive weapon. An All-CIF first-team selection for a second straight season, the USC-bound Johnson notched 23 goals and 12 assists for 58 points, leading the Tologs in every offensive category and coming away as the Mission League's leading goal and point scorer (10 goals, four assists for 24 points), while also leading FSHA in the postseason with four goals and four assists.

Breeana Koemans, Junior,

Forward, Flintridge Sacred Heart

Though sidelined early in the year with an injury, Koemans still turned in a stellar season with 12 goals and eight assists. The All-Mission League first-teamer also tied for second in league points with 16 (six goals, four assists) and was second on the Tologs in postseason points with 11 (four goals and three assists).

Krista Meaglia, Soph.,

Midfielder, Flintridge Sacred Heart

Scored arguably the biggest goal in area girls' soccer history when she tallied the game-winner in the Tologs' 1-0 win over San Clemente in the CIF Division I title game. A first-team All-Mission League and second-team All-CIF selection, she tallied three goals and 10 assists.

Kayla Mills, Soph.,

Defender, Flintridge Sacred Heart

Versatile transfer was a welcomed addition to Tologs, who could play any position, but excelled as a crucial cog in a stellar backline that tallied 14 shutouts. At season's end, was recognized as All-Mission League and All-CIF Southern Section Division I first-team selection. Offensively, had five goals and three assists.

Haley O'Brien, Junior,

Defender, Burroughs

Versatile defender was named Pacific League co-Player of the Year after aiding Indians' ascent to second place in league. An athletic presence everywhere on the field, she also tallied seven goals, while leading a defense that had 10 shutouts.

Megan Siepler, Senior,

Forward, La Cañada

Put up eye-popping numbers on her way to earning Rio Hondo League Most Valuable Player and a spot on the All-CIF Division VI first team. Posted 28 goals and 21 assists for Rio Hondo League champions.

Sarah Teegarden, Soph.,

Midfielder, Flintridge Sacred Heart

Another versatile Tolog, Teegarden made the move from defender to midfielder for most of the season, but still excelled when needed on defense. Was a second-team All-Mission League selection.

Tera Trujillo, Junior,

Midfielder, Flintridge Sacred Heart

Physical and resourceful, Trujillo was a stellar defensive midfielder who made a seamless transition to defender — most notably in the CIF championship game. A first-team All-CIF Southern Section Division I and All-Mission League honoree, she added three goals and four assists to the Tologs' dominant 2011 campaign.


Kathy Desmond and Frank Pace,

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy

The tandem helmed the greatest season in area girls' soccer history. After a runner-up Mission League finish and a semifinal trip in Division II the season before, the Tologs won the Mission League title and claimed the area's first-ever CIF Southern Section Division I girls' soccer championship in a 2011 not to be forgotten. Not to mention, Sacred Heart did so by playing three of its five playoff matches in Orange County, winning two games in overtime and its semifinal and final matches by 1-0 scores. Finished season with a stellar 23-2-1 record, also finished runner-up in the CIF Southern California Division III Regional Championships and as the eighth-ranked team in the country by ESPN Rise.

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