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Center Point-Urbana, Dyersville Beckman lead all-Wamac girls' soccer honorees

Both teams host 1A regional semifinals on Friday

Benton Community’s Jennah Traynor (left) challenges Beckman’s Lauren Shaull (23) in the second half at a high school girls’ soccer game with Benton Community and Dyersville Beckman Catholic on Monday, April 9, 2018. Dyersville Beckman won 10-0. (Rebecca F. Miller/The Gazette)
Benton Community’s Jennah Traynor (left) challenges Beckman’s Lauren Shaull (23) in the second half at a high school girls’ soccer game with Benton Community and Dyersville Beckman Catholic on Monday, April 9, 2018. Dyersville Beckman won 10-0. (Rebecca F. Miller/The Gazette)
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The Center Point-Urbana girls' soccer team placed four players on the first team of the Wamac all-conference list. Coe signee Raegan Dufoe, Drake women’s basketball signee Allie Wooldridge (team-high 17 goals), sophomore Arianna Katcher (13 goals, team-high nine assists) and junior defender Alexa Coller will help Class 1A No, 6 Center Point-Urbana (14-4) host Grundy Center/Gladbrook-Reinbeck in a regional semifinal Friday at 5.

CPU Co-Coaches Todd Mitchell and Richard Plante were named Coach of the Year in the West Division.

Dyersville Beckman also placed four players on the first team all-Wamac list. Senior midfielder McKenzie Arens (seven goals, seven assists), senior defender Lauren Shaull, junior midfielder Sydney Arens (nine goals, nine assists) and sophomore forward Ashley Engleken (team-high 22 goals) will help Class 1A No. 14 Dyersville Beckman (12-4) host Dubuque Wahlert in a regional semifinal Friday at 6.

Beckman Coach Craig Keegan was named Coach of the Year in the East Division.

East Division first team

Dyersville Beckman: McKenzie Arens, Lauren Shaull, Sydney Arens, Ashley Engleken

Western Dubuque: Chloe Baumgartner, Alexis Banks, Alisa Marin

Mount Vernon: Kristen Elliott, Sammy Moss

DeWitt Central: Maggie Murphy, Sydney Small

Anamosa: Emma Snyder

Maquoketa: Brooklyn Waller

Solon: Megan Tucker

East Division second team

Dyersville Beckman: Claire Grebner, Tara Hansel, Kennedy Arens

Western Dubuque: Morgan Staner, Taylor Fox

Mount Vernon: Alina Merlak, Emma Rodman

DeWitt Central: Ashley Goldensoph, Laken McAleer

Anamosa: Aubrey Nemmers, Hannah Hauck

Maquoketa: Jenna Yeager, Alissa Vance

Solon: Brianna Smith, Chandler Dewitt

West Delaware: Alissa Holtz

Coach of the Year — Greg Keegan, Dyersville Beckman

West Division first team

Center Point-Urbana: Raegan Dufoe, Allie Wooldridge, Adrianna Katcher, Alexa Coller

Marion: Naomi Smith, Grace Coates, Mia Laube

Clear Creek Amana: Carsyn Gallagher, Amelia Pereira

Independence: Jahah Krieger, Leah Borgerding

South Tama: Olivia Terrones

Williamsburg: Lydia Rethwisch

Vinton Shellsburg: Taylor Berry

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West Division second team

Center Point-Urbana: Jordan VanVors, Tori Halder, Sydney Boevers

Marion: Grace Byers, Kayba Laube

Clear Creek Amana: Carolina Herrera, Taylor Fuller

Independence: Payton Ruckdaschel, Tara Dryml

South Tama: Emily Terrones, Sadie Smith

Williamsburg: Mia Kittleson, Erin Francois

Vinton Shellsburg: Kamryn Lillie, Elisabeth Davis-Walker

Benton Community: Alyssa Kochuyt

Coach of the Year — Todd Mitchell & Richard Plante, Center Point-Urbana

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