Mackenzie Vehlow of Temecula Valley Named Offensive MVP & Amanda Meichtry from Vista Murrieta the Defensive MVP
The 2018 All Southwestern League Team has been selected. Two talented juniors were named this year’s Most Valuable Players. Mackenzie Vehlow of Temecula Valley has been named the Offensive M VP and Vista Murrieta’s Amanda Meichtrythe Defensive MVP.
“Mackenzie is not only an outstanding athlete but she is an amazing person inside and out. I have been honored to work with her by my side as a captain” said Temecula Valley Coach Jennifer Guinn “Her leadership with this team and continued perseverance has been an incredible thing to witness. Offensive MVP is well deserved with 5 goals and 10 assists this season in the Southwestern League. Throughout playoffs she finished with a total of 18 goals and 12 assists. Kenzie has earned the respect of the entire division and we are proud to call her a Golden Bear”.
“Amanda was the anchor of our defense this year. Her poise and skill gave her teammates and coaches all the confidence in the world” saidBroncos Coach Ryan Heise. “She was able to put herself in the right position to not only thwart the other team’s offense, but would often start our attack. The other Southwestern League coaches recognize Amanda’s season as being special and awarded her accordingly. We are just glad we have her for one more season”.
Four Golden Bears were selected for first Team Honors. Seniors Emilee Garrett, Sophia Ghaderi, junior Jo Marie Vanderbyl and sophomoreEmma Thrapp helped guide Temecula Valley to Two CIF Championships this season.
Vista Murrieta senior Kiana Dualan and juniors Kaylee Covert and
Chelsee Duran were also selected for First Team Honors. Seniors Emily Killeen, McKenna Payne from Great Oak and Jenny Barroso from Chaparral also made the team.
Junior Alison Pepper and freshman Daphane Mendez of Murrieta Valley were also selected as members of the First Team.
Temecula Valley placed four girls on the All Southwesten League Second Team. They were seniors Penelope Hoppe, Sarah Casteel, junior Christine Goodman and freshman Morgan Witz.
Senior Natalie Dixon and juniors Madison Bennion and Madi Milby also made the Second Team. Great Oak senior Reilly Paterson and junior Chloe King as well as seniors Chelsie Martinez from Chaparral, Alexus Hanserd of Murrieta Valley and Murrieta Mesa’s Mallory Dominguez were also selected for Second Team Honors.
Southwestern League 2018 All-League Girls Soccer
Most Valuable Offensive Player
Mackenzie Vehlow 11 Temecula Valley
Most Valuable Defensive Player
Amanda Meichtry 11 Vista Murrieta
All SWL First Team
Emilee Garrett 12 Temecula Valley
Sophia Ghaderi 12 Temecula Valley
Jo Marie Vanderbyl 11 Temecula Valley
Emma Thrapp 10 Temecula Valley
Kiana Dualan 12 Vista Murrieta
Kaylee Covert 11 Vista Murrieta
Chelsee Duran 11 Vista Murrieta
Emily Killeen 12 Great Oak
McKenna Payne 12 Great Oak
Jenny Barroso 12 Chaparral
Alison Pepper 11 Murrieta Valley
Daphane Mendez 9 Murrieta Valley
All SWL Second Team
Penelope Hoppe 12 Temecula Valley
Sarah Casteel 12 Temecula Valley
Christine Goodman 11 Temecula Valley
Morgan Witz 9 Temecula Valley
Natalie Dixon 12 Vista Murrieta
Madison Bennion 11 Vista Murrieta
Madi Milby 11 Vista Murrieta
Reilly Paterson 12 Great Oak
Chloe King 11 Great Oak
Chelsie Martinez 12 Chaparral
Alexus Hanserd 12 Murrieta Valley
Mallory Dominguez 12 Murrieta Murrieta Mesa