Southwest Wake Athletic all-conference girls lacrosse team

Posted by J. Mike Blake on May 25, 2014 

  • SWAC All-conference girls lacrosse

    Player of the Year: Rose Redfoot, senior, Apex

    Coach of the Year: Bridget Walker, Holly Springs

    First Team

    Rose Redfoot, senior, Apex

    Mia Castagnero, junior, Apex

    Erin Cornell, senior, Apex

    Jessie DeLuca, senior, Apex

    Abbey Flynn, junior, Apex

    Madeline Bromley, junior, Athens Drive

    Haley Jay Lohmiller, senior, Athens Drive

    Mackenzie Koeller, senior, Green Hope

    Lilly Stanley, junior, Green Hope

    Sam Caputo, freshman, Middle Creek

    Holly Hite, junior, Middle Creek

    Kelly Kearnan, senior, Panther Creek

    Sarah Oeschslin, junior, Panther Creek

    Morgan Willow, senior, Holly Springs

    Second Team

    Meredith Chapman, junior, Apex

    Ashley Anderson, junior, Apex

    Erin Kenedy, sophomore, Athens Drive

    Kayla Young, senior, Athens Drive

    Sydney Rupple, junior, Athens Drive

    Sarah Sedghat, senior, Athens Drive

    Kelly Hagan, junior, Green Hope

    Avery Hidalgo, senior, Green Hope

    Quincy Smith, sophomore, Green Hope

    Maddie Boudreau, sophomore, Middle Creek

    Audrey Everett, senior, Panther Creek

    Emily Hayes, junior, Holly Springs

Apex senior goalie took home Southwest Wake Athletic Conference lacrosse player of the year honors while Holly Springs’ Bridget Walker was the coach of the year, both voted on by coaches of the SWAC – known as Conference 2 by the NCHSAA.

The state runner-up Cougars (17-2), including Redfoot, had six total selections.

Last year’s conference player of the year, junior Mia Castagnero (73 goals, 37 assists), was joined on the first team by senior attacker Erin Cornell (70 goals, 20 assists), senior defender/midfielder Jessie DeLuca (28 goals, 16 assists) and junior Abbey Flynn (41 goals, 28 assists).

Juniors Ashley Anderson and Meredith Chapman (25 goals, 20 assists) made the second team.

Green Hope (10-6), which tied with Athens Drive for second, had five total selections.

Senior Mackenzie Koeller (51 goals, 22 assists) and junior Lilly Stanley (48 goals, 39 assists) were on the first team. Junior defender Kelly Hagan, senior Avery Hidalgo (16 goals, 19 assists) and sophomore Quincy Smith (34 goals, 16 assists) made the second team.

Athens Drive (7-8) had six selections.

Junior attacker Madeline Bromley (56 goals, 32 assists) and senior Haley Jay Lohmiller (23 goals, 17 assists) were on the first team. Junior Sydney Rupple, sophomore Erin Kenedy (13 goals, 7 assists), senior Kayla Young (37 goals, 4 assists) and senior goalie Sarah Sedaghat made the second team.

Panther Creek (6-9) had first-teamers in senior Kelly Kearnan (36 goals, 14 assists) and junior Sarah Oechslin (34 goals, 9 assists) and a second-teamer in senior Audrey Everett (13 goals, 10 assists).

Middle Creek (5-11), which tied with Panther Creek for fourth, placed freshman Sam Caputo and junior Holly Hite on first team and also landed sophomore Maddie Boudreau on the second team.

Holly Springs (0-12) had first-teamer Morgan Willow, a senior, and second-teamer Emily Hayes, a junior.

OverallConference
1. Apex17-210-0
T2. Athens Drive7-87-3
T2. Green Hope10-67-3
T4. Middle Creek5-113-7
T4. Panther Creek6-93-7
6. Holly Springs0-120-10

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