Thirteen of the 22 members of the Caldwell County High School girls varsity soccer team were named to postseason honors last week at the District 7 Tournament held at Hopkins Co. Central High School.
Seven players were named to the all-district team for their playing capabilities and 13 were named to the district all academic team for earning a grade-point average of 3.5 or better.
Lady Tigers named to the all-district team were senior fullback Kelsie Adams, senior forward Morgan McDaniels, senior forward Kaylee McEnaney, senior goalkeeper Karsyn Parker, senior fullback Hannah Young, junior midfielder Kendall Boyd and sophomore fullback Avery Ritchie.
Named to the district’s all-academic team were Adams, Boyd, McDaniels, McEnaney, Parker, Ritchie and Young as well as senior midfielder Abbey Hagan, senior midfielder Madison Smith, sophomore forward Jade Dillow, sophomore goalkeeper Rachel McClung, sophomore forward Michaelyn Sample and sophomore forward Laken White.
McEnaney led the scoring for Caldwell County this season, claiming 11 goals and a team-high eight assists. Boyd scored six goals and had one assist, while Young had four goals and three assists and White had three goals and two assists. Hagan had one goal and one assist for CCHS this year, while Smith had one goal and McDaniels had one assist.
In goal, Parker had 71 saves in 10 games, allowing only 16 goals and claiming two shutouts. McClung had 15 saves in five games in the net, allowing only five goals.
The Lady Tigers ended their season Monday with a 6-6-1 overall record.
Caldwell County won the District 7 regular-season title with a district mark of 2-0, but fell in the District 7 Tournament championship game.
CCHS qualified for the Second Region Tournament, but fell Monday in the first round to host Henderson County.