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Southwest Wake Athletic all-conference girls soccer team, 2016

Fuquay-Varina's Megan Greene (right) chases a loose ball during the girls soccer game, which was played in Cary on Wednesday, March 23, 2016. Fuquay-Varina won 3-1.
Fuquay-Varina's Megan Greene (right) chases a loose ball during the girls soccer game, which was played in Cary on Wednesday, March 23, 2016. Fuquay-Varina won 3-1. newsobserver.com

After the No. 5 and No. 6 teams in the Southwest Wake Athletic Conference met in the N.C. High School Athletic Association 4A East final, there wasn’t much discussion on the quality of the league.

Green Hope coach Stacy Lamb won coach of the year after guiding the Falcons (16-2-3, 14-1-1) to the SWAC title.

Grace Wagner (16 goals, 12 assists), Bailey Petersen and Cam Dixon (14 goals, 10 assists) each made the first team as Green Hope representatives. Taylor Cammarata (8 goals, 4 assists) and Izzy Brown (4 goals, 2 assists) were on the second team.

Fuquay-Varina (17-4-2, 13-3-1) finished second, led by conference player of the year Megan Greene (25 goals, 9 assists). Kelley Suggs (5 goals, 10 assists) joined Greene on the first team. Kristina Sedivy (9 goals, 10 assists) and Rachel Howard made the second team.

Apex (10-11-1, 9-8-1) placed Madeline Uenking on the first team and Danielle Fiorito and Amy Bounds made the second team.

Panther Creek (12-10-3, 7-7-2) put Abby Hugo on the first team. UNC-Wilmington recruit Brittany Matsinger (8 goals, 3 assists) and freshman Emily Moxley (7 goals, 8 assists) were on the second team.

4A state runner-ups Middle Creek (13-5-6, 6-5-5) had only one player on the first team, Camryn Amaker (9 goals, 2 assists). Ally Elliot (5 goals, 2 assists) and Grace Kennedy rounded out the second team.

Athens Drive (14-8-3, 6-7-3) had Rachel Snyder on the first team, who had 26 goals and 12 assists for the Jags. Robin Gallgher (11 goals, 3 assists) made the second team.

Holly Springs (10-9-5, 5-7-4) saw senior Sierra Raynor (9 goals, 2 assists) make the first team. Alyssa Poth was on the second team.

Cary (5-12-3, 3-11-3) had one representative in sophomore Mia Ziadae, who made the first team.

Apex Friendship (3-17-0, 1-15) placed freshman goalkeeper Marzia Josephson on the first team.

SWAC all-conference girls soccer

Player of the Year: Megan Greene, Fuquay-Varina

Coach of the Year: Stacy Lamb, Green Hope

First team

Grace Wagner, sophomore, Green Hope

Rachel Snyder, senior, Athens Drive

Madeline Uenking, senior, Apex

Kelley Suggs, senior, Fuquay-Varina

Bailey Petersen, junior, Green Hope

Marzia Josephson, freshman, Apex Friendship

Camryn Amaker, junior, Middle Creek

Sierra Raynor, senior, Holly Springs

Abby Hugo, freshman, Panther Creek

Mia Ziade, sophomore, Cary

Camryn Dixon, freshman, Green Hope

Second team

Brittany Matsinger, Panther Creek

Danielle Fiorito, senior, Apex

Kristina Sedivy, junior, Fuquay-Varina

Izzy Brown, freshman, Green Hope

Ally Elliot, senior, Middle Creek

Grace Kennedy, senior, Middle Creek

Alyssa Poth, junior, Holly Springs

Taylor Cammarata, senior, Green Hope

Robin Gallagher, sophomore, Athens Drive

Amy Bounds, senior, Apex

Rachel Howard, junior, Fuquay-Varina

Emily Moxley, freshman, Panther Creek

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