McAuley Wins Co-Region MVP for CC Soccer


Though the Centralia College women’s soccer team fell just short of the postseason, the Trailblazers were well-represented on the all-star lists as voted on by Northwest Athletic Conference coaches. 

Blazer keeper Maggie McAuley was voted as a Co-West Region MVP, along with Highline’s Olivia Quinnett after a strong season. 

McAuley kept seven clean sheets for the Blazers, and kept them in games with her stellar play in front of the net this season. Centralia defender Emma Browning was also honored as an all-star for the Blazers.  

Read the full list of West Region honors below. 

Coach of the Year: Joe Chicks, Lower Columbia’

Co-Region MVP: Maggie McAuley, Centralia; Olivia Quinnett, Highline

Forwards: Anna Neal, Clark; Kayla Ness, Highline; Nataija Blaylock, Lower Columbia

Midfielders: Issabelle White, Highline; Citlaly Soto, Clark; Molly Romanchock, Lower Columbia; Ashlyn Kennedy, Pierce; Adalie Schiershler, Lower Columbia

Defenders: Emma Browning, Centralia; Gizel Pene, Highline; Olivia Quinnett, Highline; Sunny Bennion, Lower Columbia; Bella Atkinson, Pierce

Keepers: Maggie McAuley, Centralia; Rylee Wood, Highline

Honorable Mention: Malan Flygare, Centralia; Angel Jensen, Centralia; Elsie Harris, Centralia; Kelli Huskic, Clark; Reagan Griffith, Clark; Chloe Klappholtz, Clark; Sadie Carlyle, Grays Harbor; Hali Erickson, Grays Harbor; Emma Johnson, Grays Harbor; Olivia Jahn, Green River; Sierra Brown, Green River; Marisol Farias, Green River; Elena Pinto, Highline; Liv Teves, Highline; Ashley Teofilo, Highline; Libby Brown, Lower Columbia; Kyla Pires, Lower Columbia; Ellie Seekins, Lower Columbia; Madison Ryneski, Pierce; Rachel Mironchuk, Pierce; Laila Peterson, Pierce; Araceli Culp, South Puget Sound; Karma Valentine, South Puget Sound; Isabella Landers, South Puget Sound; Kya Scott, Tacoma; Ashtyn Thomas, Tacoma; Brennah Llanos, Tacoma;