MID • Emily Lamartina, freshman, Visitation
The metro area leader with 7.7 draw controls per game, Lamartina continued to improve in all areas throughout her first season, scoring 22 goals over her last four contests to reach the 50-goal plateau. She recorded seven goals, 11 ground balls and 15 draw controls in a game against Incarnate Word.
MID • Maddie Dalonzo, junior, O'Fallon
An excellent two-way player, Dalonzo led the Panthers in points, ground balls, draw controls and caused turnovers, helping O’Fallon to a 14-2 record and a berth in the Washington, Ill. sectional championship game. Her 54 goals included two six-goal performances against Kirkwood and St. Joseph’s, and a seven-goal outburst against Nerinx Hall.
MID • Danielle Robinson, senior, Francis Howell
A draw control machine, Robinson ranked eighth in goals (73) and points (87), and led the area in total draw controls (115). Her 12 goals, 12 ground balls and 13 draw controls in the first two rounds of the MSLA state tournament helped the Vikings secure their first berth in the round of 16. She will play at Quincy University next spring.
MID • Caroline Carr, junior, MICDS
Stepping into a midfield role after the loss of Harvard-bound Olivia Proctor to injury, Carr led the Rams in goals and assists while often garnering the focus of the opponent’s best defenders. An All-State selection, Carr followed up a 46-goal season as a sophomore with a 55-goal season this year.
ATT • Sydney Tiemann, senior, Eureka
Shattering team records for draw controls, assists and caused turnovers, Tiemann was one of the most efficient two-way players in the area, earning All-State recognition. Her 47-goal campaign included performances against Summit and Francis Howell, when she totaled 11 goals on 11 shot attempts.
ATT • Riley King, sophomore, John Burroughs
Leading the Bombers in assists, points and shot attempts, King put up 72 goals, good for ninth in the area. The All-State performer compiled seven points in a game nine times, including an 11-point display against Parkway West, as John Burroughs played a thrilling schedule, competing in 10 games decided by one or two goals.
DEF • Emily Lofgren, junior, Parkway West
An outstanding defender, Lofgren led the Longhorns with 69 ground balls, 26 caused turnovers and 13 interceptions. Her offensive efficiency was equally impressive, scoring 20 goals on just 28 shot attempts as she earned All-State recognition.
DEF • Alex McWhirter, senior, St. Joseph's
A three-year varsity starter, McWhirter captained an Angels’ defensive corps that surrendered nine goals or fewer in 12 of its last 14 games. An All-State player, McWhirter scored 16 goals, as St. Joseph’s marched to a state runner-up finish. She will be continuing her lacrosse career at DePauw University.
DEF • Caroline Martin, senior, Cor Jesu
Winner of the prestigious Jackie Pitts Award for outstanding work on the field, in school and in the community, Martin led the Chargers in caused turnovers and ground balls. The All-State defender captained a unit that allowed only 29 goals through its first seven games, en route to an 11-3 overall record and a state quarterfinal appearance.
GK • Kelly McClure, senior, Webster Groves
With an average of 14 saves per game and an area-best .635 save percentage, McClure was a stone wall between the pipes, recording double-digit saves in 11 of 13 games, including two contests where she stopped a whopping 24 shots. She will be guarding the goal at Quincy University next season.
GK • Jasmine Schumer, senior, Francis Howell Central
Leading the area with a 4.97 goals against average, Schumer was spectacular in net, surrendering two goals or fewer six times and recording a pair of shutouts. She ranked third in the metro area with a .603 save percentage, one of only three goalies to stop 60 percent of the shots she faced.
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