Take a look: The State’s 2024 Midlands all-area high school boys, girls soccer teams (2024)

A look at The State’s Midlands girls and boys high school soccer players of the year and all-area teams and for the 2024 season.

All-Area Girls Soccer Team

—The State’s Co-Players of the Year—

Darcy Ahern, Chapin and Maggie Heffernan, Lexington

—Readers’ choice Player of the Year (Fan vote)—

Maggie Heffernan, Lexington

—The State’s All-Area First Team—

Darcy Ahern, Chapin: Senior forward had 27 goals and 13 assists for Class 5A runner-up. Ahern was an all-state selection and picked to play in Clash of Carolinas All-Star game. She signed to play at Lander.

Annie Andrews, Dreher: Senior forward had 35 goals and 15 assists this season and was all-state selection. Andrews signed to play at Wofford.

Lila Bowers, Chapin: Sophom*ore midfielder had 24 goals and five assists. Bowers was an all-state selection.

Elle Brewer, Hammond: Junior centerback had nine goals and six assists. Brewer was SCISA 1-4A Co-Player of Year and SCISA all-state selection.

Caroline Cantrell, Gray Collegiate: Freshman had 11 goals and nine assists this season. Cantrell was Region 4-2A Player of Year and an all-state selection.

Victoria Coleman, Airport: Sophom*ore forward had 36 goals and 45 assists this season. Coleman was an all-region selection.

Adriana Dunat, Lexington: Sophom*ore forward had 17 goals and eight assists this season. Dunat was an all-state selection.

Joyce Edwards, Camden: Senior forward had 45 goals and 23 assists this season. Edwards was an all-state selection and signed to play basketball at South Carolina.

Libby Hardin, Dreher: Senior forward had 24 goals and two assists this season. Hardin was an all-state selection.

Maggie Heffernan, Lexington: Senior back/midfielder had seven goals and seven assists. Heffernan was Region 4-5A Player of Year, all-state selection and picked to play in Clash of Carolinas All-Star game. She signed to play at College of Charleston.

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Lauren Jackson, Lugoff-Elgin: Senior midfielder had 34 goals and 10 assists this season and was Region 5-4A Player of the Year.

Lila Kaminski, Cardinal Newman: Junior midfielder/forward had 12 goals and 10 assists. Kaminski was SCISA 1-4A Co-Player of the Year and all-state selection.

Harlan Lyons, AC Flora: Senior forward had 23 goals and eight assists this season. Lyons was an all-state selection and signed to play at Presbyterian.

Kinlee Mozley, Gilbert: Senior forward became the school’s career all-time leading scorer this year and had 45 goals, 14 assists this season. Mozley signed with Brevard College.

Avery Pegram, Blythewood: Junior defender had seven goals and seven assists this season. Pegram was an all-state selection and committed to play at Appalachian State.

Layne Powers, Brookland-Cayce: Junior had 20 goals and 29 assists this season.

Greylyn Rentz, AC Flora: The senior left back had five goals, two assists and was an all-state selection.

Mia Robinson, Camden: Senior had 27 goals and 15 assists. Robinson was an all-state selection, picked for the North-South All-Star game and signed with Furman.

Julia Salo, River Bluff: Junior goalkeeper had a 0.993 goals against average and was an all-state selection.

Sydney Stoner, Chapin: Sophom*ore defender had two goals this season and was an all-state selection.

Emma Valdes, AC Flora: Junior midfielder had 10 goals and 12 assists this season. Valdes was an all-state selection and committed to play at Wofford.

Evelyn Wright, Blythewood: Senior midfielder had eight goals and seven assists. Wright was an all-state selection, picked for the Clash of Carolinas All-Star game and signed with Western Carolina.

Ella Yarborough, River Bluff: Senior defender had two goals and two assists this season. Yarborough was an all-state selection and picked to play in Clash of Carolinas All-Star game.

—Second Team

Grace Benson, Chapin; Riyanah Booker, White Knoll; Olivia Bradley, Chapin; Sian Cantave, Dutch Fork; Vanessa Coleman, Airport; Jimenez Cortez, Brookland-Cayce; Brooke Davis, Airport; Rileigh Druell, Spring Valley; Andrea Estrada-Curry, Mid-Carolina; Roxie Floyd, Heathwood Hall; Mary Grace Gabriel, Ben Lippen; Sophie Hoffman, Gray Collegiate; Regan Flynn, Cardinal Newman; Rosie Kennamer, Lexington; Sidney Kitts, Lexington; Ella Kreiner, Irmo; Emerson Marshall, River Bluff; Grace McGlocklin, Gilbert; Gisella Monge, Westwood; Maxine Palisin, Hammond; Mia Reilly, Lugoff-Elgin; Logan Rivers, Hammond; Macie Rogers, Chapin; Kelsey Wiggins, Northside Christian; Caisey Williamson, White Knoll; Mia Xanthakos, Cardinal Newman

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All-Area Boys Soccer Team

—The State’s Player of the Year—

Grayson White, Cardinal Newman

—Readers’ choice Player of the Year (Fan vote)—

Grayson White, Cardinal Newman

—The State’s All-Area First Team—

JC Blackwelder, AC Flora: Senior right wing had 14 goals and 11 assists this season for the Falcons.

Ja’Quelyn Etheredge, Gray Collegiate: Junior midfielder/defender had two goals and five assists this season. Etheridge was an all-state selection.

Junior Gonzalez, Gray Collegiate: Junior defender had two goals and five assists. Gonzalez was Region 4-2A Player of Year and all-state selection.

Gavin Hardwick, Gilbert: Senior forward had 22 goals and 11 assists this season. Hardwick was an all-state selection, picked for the North-South All-Star game and signed to play at Erskine.

Luke Hilton, Chapin: Senior defender had five goals and three assists. Hilton was an all-state selection and picked for the Clash of the Carolinas All-Star game.

Wyatt Jordan, Chapin: Junior forward had 16 goals and eight assists this season for the Eagles.

David Liboyi, Dutch Fork: Senior midfielder had 28 goals and 10 assists this season. Liboyi was Region 4-5A Player of the Year, all-state selection and selected for Clash of Carolinas All-Star game. He is signed to play at Virginia Tech.

Cullen Maas, AC Flora: Sophom*ore striker had 34 goals and eight assists for the Falcons. Maas was Region 5-4A Player of Year and all-state selection.

Walker Miller, AC Flora: Senior centerback had four goals and four assists this season. Miller was an all-state selection and picked to play in the North-South All-Star game.

Ben Pickren, Cardinal Newman: Senior had 11 shutouts, a 0.432 goals against average and was SCISA 1-4A Keeper of the Year.

Luis Reyes, Camden: Junior forward had 29 goals and 11 assists this season for the Bulldogs. Reyes was an all-state selection.

Benjamin Richards, Gray Collegiate: Senior forward had nine goals and seven assists this season. Richards was all-state, picked for the North-South All-Star Classic and signed to play at USC Lancaster.

Andy Rivera, Brookland-Cayce: Junior striker/forward had 15 goals and eight assists this season. Rivera was an all-state selection.

Juel Rivers. Swansea: Sophom*ore had 27 goals and five assists this season. Rivers was an all-state selection.

Eldin Sanchez, Lugoff-Elgin: Senior had 20 goals and 10 assists this season and has 49 goals over the past two years.

Rob Silverio, Dutch Fork: Senior midfielder had six goals and 11 assists this season. Silverio was picked to play in the North-South All-Star game.

Bryce Truesdale, River Bluff: The senior defender had three assists and was picked for North-South All-Star game.

Grayson White, Cardinal Newman: Senior forward scored 33 goals and had 28 assists for the SCISA 4A champion Cardinals. White was SCISA 1-4A Player of Year and signed to play at Sewanee.

Logan Watchinski, River Bluff: Senior forward scored nine goals (3 game-winners) and had six assists. Was all-state selection and picked to play in the North-South All-Star game.

Barrett Wilson, Lexington: Junior forward led Wildcats with 11 goals and 11 assists this season.

—Second Team—

Kyle Bacon, Lugoff-Elgin; Tristan Berzins, Cardinal Newman; Tripp Bryant, River Bluff; JJ Burns, River Bluff; Lucas Dunat, Lexington; Jack Dunning, River Bluff; Garrick Edouard, Spring Valley; Sully Epps, Ben Lippen; Angel Garcia Gerardo, Batesburg-Leesville; Jace Griffin, Blythewood; Onis Konanbanny, Heathwood Hall; Griffin Ledford, Batesburg-Leesville; Will McQueen, Hammond; Ethan Mohundro, Gray Collegiate; Josue Reyes, Irmo; Gaines Roberts, Irmo; Connor Smith, Dreher; Jalen Tucker, Chapin; Quade Wilson, Cardinal Newman

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