Seventeen Cecil County soccer players earn all-division honors
A trio of Rising Sun girls’ soccer players earned Chesapeake Division honors, while 15 other players from Cecil County were named to the All-Susquehanna Division squad when the UCBAC announced the two squads on Wednesday.
Tigers junior midfielder Jackie Ayers received first-team All-Chesapeake Division honors and her teammate, Kira Watson, earned second-team All-Chesapeake as a keeper.
North East placed five players on the Susquehanna Division team after it captured the lower-division crown for a secondstraight season.
Midfielders Rose Benjamin and Caroline Roberts and defender Emma Haggerty all made first-team Susquehanna, while forward Regan Day and defender Paige Williams both earned spots on second team for the Indians.
Bohemia Manor led all Cecil County programs with six players on the lower division squad. Forwards Erin Horsey and Hanna Clarke, midfielder Makenzie Stallone and keeper Emily Park all earned first-team Susquehanna and Katie O’Hare and Bailey Pressler both made second-team for the Eagles.
Perryville forward Madison Carr and defender Samantha Koons were both named first-team Susquehanna, while the Panthers’ Erin Stiffler was placed on second-team.
Elkton forward Emily Caldarelli was named first-team All-Susquehanna, receiving the nod for a third-straight season.
Junior Mikaela Berg and the Rising Sun girls’ soccer team will host North Harford on Friday in the opening round of the 2A East Region Section I quarterfinals.