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Montana 2014 all-state soccer teams

The following is a list of all-state and all-conference selections for Montana’s high school soccer season in fall 2014 for both boys’ and girls’ teams. Lists will be updated as new information becomes available.

BOYS

Western AA

MVP – Adam Mickleson, sr., Sentinel.

All-state team

GK – ​Peter Byrne, jr., Hellgate.

Def – Jon Taylor, sr., Hellgate; Peter Vandam, jr., Hellgate; Dylan Leadbetter, sr., Sentinel; Connor Whyte, sr., Capital; Ian FitzGerald, sr., High.

MF/F – Andriy Proctor, jr., High; Ryan Saylor, jr., Hellgate; Colton Becker, jr., Glacier; Todd Thayler, sr., Sentinel; Adam Mickelson, sr., Sentinel; Dana Kowachek, sr., Big Sky; Colin Patterson, jr., Capital.

All-conference team

GK – Ryker McIntyre, jr., Glacier.

Def – Brody Kendall, jr., Hellgate; Sam Clarin, jr., Flathead; Jake Ackeret, sr., Capital; Graham Foster, jr., Helena; Victor Lamenza, so., Big Sky.

MF/F – Andrew Moisey, jr., Hellgate; Griffen Line, so., Sentinel; Sam McKay, sr., Big Sky; Kade Deleray, sr., Glacier; Brandon Purdy, sr., Glacier; Kaleb Frame, jr., Flathead; Payton Biegler, sr., Helena.

Eastern AA

All-state team

Dan Enseleit, CMR; Donovan Luce, sr., West; Ben Hietala, sr., Bozeman; Benjamin Wollant, sr., Bozeman; Ethan Brown, jr., Senior; Wes Currence, jr., Senior; Jole Lechman, sr., CMR; Connor Hutchinson, jr., Senior; Marcus Madrazo, sr., Butte; Nate Hense, sr., Bozeman; Mike Hemmah, sr., CMR; Ryan VanPevanage, sr., CMR.

All-conference team

Dylan Lilyquist, sr., West; John Leonard, sr., Great Falls; Ben Evans, sr., CMR; Riley McNeil, jr., Bozeman; Eric Ashmore, sr., West; Justin Dreessen, sr., Senior; DC Chelgren, jr., Skyview; Harry Child, sr., Bozeman; Wes Robbins, so., Bozeman; Travis Williams, so., Butte; Blake Chase, jr., Senior; Karson White, sr., Senior.

Honorable mention team

Kyle Leitheiser, sr., Great Falls; Eli Harris, sr., Bozeman.

Northern A

All-state team

Kyle Thomson, sr., Bigfork; Keegan Driver, sr., Bigfork; Cody Wood, so., Libby; Alex Helgeson, sr., Polson; Taven Edland, sr., Whitefish; Shanoah Montano, sr., Whitefish; Jared Johnson, sr., Whitefish.

All-conference team

Tyler Zavala, sr., Bigfork; Isaac Passwater, sr., Bigfork; Breydon Levinsky, sr., Columbia Falls; Daniel Skinner, jr., Columbia Falls; Collin Johnson, sr., Libby; Zander Peterson, jr., Libby; Isaiah Sickler, jr., Libby; Giovanni Cano, so., Libby; Colin Maloney, so., Libby; Spencer Raymond, sr., Polson; Jaben Wenzel, jr., Polson; Mike Mercer, so., Polson; Walter Sobba, jr., Whitefish; Scott Marsh, sr., Whitefish; Casey Ling, jr., Whitefish.

Southern A

All-state team

Cayden Ayers, so., Corvallis; Joseph Fecteau, sr., Stevensville; David Feldmann, sr., Hamilton; Dylan Gavlak, sr., Stevensville; Shelby Gifford, sr., Corvallis; Alejandro Ortiz, sr., Corvallis; Daniel Pendergast, sr., Stevensville.

All-conference team

Jake Baker, jr., Frenchtown; Payden Belcourt, sr., Stevensville; Valeriy Chinikaylo, sr., Frenchtown; Athan Hasselbrook, sr., Loyola Sacred Heart; DJ Pekoc, sr., Corvallis.

Honorable mention team

Bronson Jensen, sr., Stevensville; Kyle Crossman, sr., Hamilton; Andrew Lichte, jr., Loyola Sacred Heart; Travis Weinant, sr., Frenchtown; Emmett Semple, so., Corvallis.

Eastern A

All-state team

Chris Brayton, Belgrade; Grant Jordan, Belgrade; Ethan Monlux, Belgrade; Conner Amsk, Livingston; Kylen Laber; Billings Central; Daniel Stamper, Laurel.

GIRLS

Western AA

Co-MVP – Stephanie Wilson Flathead, jr., and Brittany Delridge, so., Sentinel.

All-state team

Brittany Delridge, so., Sentinel; Lexi Steele, sr., Sentinel; Stella Gardner, sr., Hellgate; Cassidy Pierce, so., Big Sky; Ellen Bonner, jr., Big Sky; Kayla McCampbell , sr., Big Sky; Anna Maronick, sr., Helena; Aine Lawlor, so., Helena; Nicole Sparks, sr., Capital; Izzy Clinch, sr., Capital; Kelsey Kerker, sr., Capital; Stephanie Wilson, jr., Flathead; Amanda Buxton, jr., Flathead; Ally Staats, sr., Glacier.

All-conference team

Libby Walker, jr., Sentinel; Syd Steele, so., Sentinel; Bekah Joy, so., Sentinel; Jordan Pine, so., Sentinel; Kate Johnston, sr., Hellgate; Ruby Kazemi, sr., Hellgate; Addy Scott, so., Hellgate; Hannah Joki, sr., Helena; Patricia Martin, jr., Helena; Megan Bousliman, sr., Capital; Jaymee Siler, jr., Flathead; Alexa May, jr., Flathead; Monica White, sr., Flathead, sr., Zoe Zander Flathead McKayle Dennehy, jr., Glacier; Maddi Paulson, sr., Glacier; Alysha Smith, jr., Glacier; Amy Braig, jr., Glacier

Eastern AA

MVP – Averie Collins, sr., ​Bozeman​.

All-state team

Averie Collins, sr., ​Bozeman​; Keely Lane, so., ​Bozeman​; Jacey Delaney, sr., Bozeman​; Eme McLaughlin, jr., CMR; Talya Vaira, sr., CMR; Courteney Shovlin​, jr., CMR; Caylin Cathey, sr., Skyview​; Kayla Marker​, sr., West; Madison Marlenee​, so., West​; Sarah Coghlan​, sr., Senior​; Taytum Widseth​, jr., Great Falls.

All-state honorable mention

Julia Kaiser, jr., ​Bozeman​; Peyton Netz​, sr., CMR; Paige Hatzenbihler​, so., Skyview​; Zoe Wolf, jr., Senior​.

All-conference team

Sydney Rollison​, jr., Bozeman​; Hannah McLean​, sr., Bozeman​; Alexa Coyle​, so., Bozeman​; Devan Murfitt​, sr., Bozeman​; Koriana Myers​, jr., CMR; Lindsay Martinez​, sr., CMR; Kylie Greenwell​, jr., CMR; Rachel Quade, jr., Skyview​; Ciara Abstetar​, jr., Skyview​; Delaney Clement​, sr., West​; Alexa Torbert​, sr., Senior​; Maria Michelloti​, sr., Butte​.

All-conference honorable mention

Shaylee Addington, so., West​; Emma Madsen​, so., Great Falls​.

Northern A

All-state team

Tavia Bechtel, jr., Columbia Falls; Lexi Strouse, jr., Columbia Falls; Sidney Grilley, jr., Columbia Falls; Sarah Howell, sr., Polson; Olivia Hewston, so., Polson; Grace Kurtz, sr., Whitefish; Haley Nicholson, so., Whitefish.

All-conference team

Celeste Rehbein, so., Bigfork; Megan Pancoast, sr., Bigfork; Katie Hawes, jr., Columbia Falls; Katie Price, jr., Columbia Falls; Ellie Johnson, jr., Columbia Falls; Kendra King, so., Columbia Falls; Shannon Reny, fr., Libby; Linnea Madsen, sr., Polson; Keely Clairmont, sr., Polson; Tiara Duford, so., Polson; Jess Baldonado, sr., Whitefish; Katie Blankenship, so., Whitefish; Julia Houston, so., Whitefish; Melissa Pollard, so., Whitefish; Lexie Carbo, fr., Whitefish.

Southern A

All-state team

Corrine Sanderson, so., Corvallis; Brianna Huggans, sr., Hamilton; Carly Sebastian, sr., Stevensville; Evie Tiplady, Stevensville; Kendal Gordon, jr., Hamilton; Baylie Duce, jr., Hamilton; Katelyn Frost, sr., Corvallis.

All-conference team

Libby Lichte, sr., Loyola Sacred Heart; Taylor Short, sr., Loyola Sacred Heart; Brooke Yarnall, jr., Frenchtown; Jasmine Mitchell, jr., Frenchtown; Brianna Abrahamsen, jr., Hamilton.

All-conference honorable mention

Kaytlyn Menk, sr., Hamilton; Katie Landis, sr., Corvallis; Brook Kolar, jr., Loyola Sacred Heart; Tessa Burke, fr., Loyola Sacred Heart; Frankie Schwenk, jr., Loyola Sacred Heart; Jenna Cardenas, jr., Stevensville; Kara Weese, sr., Hamilton.

Eastern A

All-state team

Michaela Stock, jr., Billings Central; Mariah Wittman, jr., Billings Central; Allie McGrath, Laurel; Kyra Elmer, sr., Laurel; MacKenzie LaCasse, sr., Laurel; Mariah Jallings, sr., Belgrade; Meghan Gibson,sr., Livingston.

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