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All-Area Girls' Soccer First Team

April 16, 2014|From Staff Reports
  • Burbank High's Clarissa Guerrero (left) was named to the 2014 All-Area Girls' Soccer First Team. (Raul Roa/Staff Photographer)
Burbank High's Clarissa Guerrero (left) was named…

Casey Basso, Senior, Midfielder/Forward, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy

Though the Tologs struggled, Basso still shined as an All-Mission League first-team pick who had six goals and three assists.

Katrina Davis, Senior, Defender, La Cañada

All-Rio Hondo League first-team pick had three goals and five assists, but was more impactful as a crucial component for a Spartans defense that was a driving force in winning a league title and advancing to the CIF Southern Section Division V title game.

Clarissa Guerrero, Senior, Forward, Burbank

Had a breakout season, making plenty of noise to the tune of scoring 22 goals and passing for 14 assists. Her exploits garnered her All-CIF Southern Section Division III first-team and Pacific League co-Player of the Year honors, while propelling the Bulldogs to a second-place league finish.

Chelsea Johnson, Senior, Defender, Flintridge Prep

Played a huge role in the Rebels’ surprising run to second-place in the Prep League and the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division III playoffs, showing her versatility with 10 goals and 10 assists. For her excellence, was named the Prep League’s Defensive Player of the Year and an All-CIF first-team pick.

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Grace Keller, Junior, Forward, Crescenta Valley

Fleet-footed and physical, was an All-Pacific League first-team pick with three goals and nine assists.

Olivia Leyva, Senior, Defender, La Cañada

Phenomenal defender and all-around athlete, she was named the Rio Hondo League’s top defender and had four goals and two assists. Was also an All-CIF Southern Section Division V pick after the Spartans’ historic CIF finals run.

Rosie Quezada, Sophomore, Defender, La Cañada

Another key component in the Spartans’ standout defense, was an All-Rio Hondo League first-team pick with three goals and four assists for 10 points.

Cassandra Quiring, Junior, Forward, La Cañada

Versatile offensive threat was an All-Rio Hondo League first-team honoree who finished with eight goals and 10 assists.

Katherine Pinney, Sophomore, Forward, Flintridge Prep

All-Prep League second-team pick registered eight goals and six assists for 22 points. All-CIF SS Division III third-team pick.

Lauren Savo, Junior, Defender, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy

Underrated and overlooked, the talented defender was an All-Mission League second-team pick who led a defense that allowed only 22 goals in 20 matches.

Lauren Stiles, Sophomore, Goalkeeper, Flintridge Prep

All-Prep League first-team pick and All-CIF Southern Section Division III second-teamer finished with 148 saves and eight shutouts. Left a spectacular mark in Rebels soccer lore when she led Prep to a 2-2 (2-1) opening-round playoff win over Malibu in which she stopped four penalty kicks in the PK session and one in regulation.

COACH OF THE YEAR

Louie Bilowitz, La Cañada

Helmed the most successful season in Spartans girls’ soccer history, as the squad advanced to its first-ever CIF Southern Section Division V championship game. La Cañada came up just short, losing, 1-0, in overtime on a penalty kick after a controversial handball call. The CIF title loss was the Spartans’ only defeat of a remarkable season, as they went 9-0-1 in winning the Rio Hondo League title and went a sterling 22-1-1 overall.

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