Girls Lacrosse: 2015 All-Centennial League teams

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Grandview senior Taylor Ansel (3) racked up 39 goals to go with six assists and was voted onto the All-Centennial League girls lacrosse team for the 2015 season. (Photo by Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)
Grandview senior Taylor Ansel (3) racked up 39 goals to go with six assists and was voted onto the All-Centennial League girls lacrosse team for the 2015 season. (Photo by Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)

AURORA | The following is a look at the players from the Aurora teams (Cherokee Trail, Eaglecrest, Grandview, Overland and Smoky Hill) and others who were voted all-conference first and second teams and honorable mention in the Centennial League for their play during the 2015 girls lacrosse season:

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Overland junior Kimmy Scherner scored 40 goals to lead players from Aurora schools and was voted onto the All-Centennial League first team for the 2015 girls lacrosse season. (Photo by Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)
Overland junior Kimmy Scherner scored 40 goals to lead players from Aurora schools and was voted onto the All-Centennial League first team for the 2015 girls lacrosse season. (Photo by Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)

2015 ALL-CENTENNIAL LEAGUE GIRLS LACROSSE TEAMS

FIRST TEAM

Aurora selections: Selena Tuilaepa (midfield), soph., Eaglecrest; Taylor Ansel (attack), sr., Estefania Beltran Del Rio (defense), jr., Olivia Fiocchi (defense), jr., and Maddy Marshall (midfield), jr., Grandview; Kimmy Scherner (midfield), jr., Overland; Julia Kamlet (attack), sr. and Kodi Paules (midfield), soph., Smoky Hill

Other selections: Carey Kocur (defense), jr., Alexis Linhardt (midfield), sr., Kienan Linhardt (midfield), sr. and Atlee Witt (attack), jr., Arapahoe; Caroline Perry (midfield), sr., Eliza Radochonski (attack), soph. and Colleen Whitley (defense), sr., Cherry Creek; Kami Cisneros (goalie), jr., Frannie Krupp (defense), sr., Zoe Ryan (midfield), jr., and Ali Vanek (attack), jr., Mullen

Smoky Hill senior Julia Kamlet notched 31 goals and seven assists during the 2015 girls lacrosse season and made the All-Centennial Girls Lacrosse Team. (Photo by Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)
Smoky Hill senior Julia Kamlet notched 31 goals and seven assists during the 2015 girls lacrosse season and made the All-Centennial Girls Lacrosse Team. (Photo by Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)

Player(s) of the Year: Eliza Radochonski, Cherry Creek & Ali Vanek, Mullen; Coach of the Year: Paula Priest (Overland)

SECOND TEAM

Aurora selections: Amanda Geary (midfield), sr., Christina Jensen (defense), jr., Bri Martinez (midfield), jr., and Lexi Ortt (midfield), sr., Cherokee Trail; Samoane Emecheta (attack), soph., Eaglecrest; Emily Abele (defense), jr., Megan Matthews (midfield), fr., and Morgan Matthews (midfield), jr., Grandview

Eaglecrest sophomore Selena Tuliaepa accounted for 26 goals and 10 assists to make her way onto the All-Centennial League first team for the 2015 girls lacrosse season. (Photo by Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)
Eaglecrest sophomore Selena Tuliaepa accounted for 26 goals and 10 assists to make her way onto the All-Centennial League first team for the 2015 girls lacrosse season. (Photo by Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)

Other selections: Riley Cooke (attack), jr., Annie Garofalo (attack), sr. and Allie Zodrow (defense), soph., Arapahoe; Lizzie Erickson (defense), sr., Madeline Halle (defense), sr., Audrey Hummel (attack), soph., Sara McGuire (goalie), jr. and Holly Sutherland (midfield), jr., Cherry Creek; Cali Edgar (midfield/attack), jr., and Sarah Merrifield (midfield), soph., Mullen

HONORABLE MENTION

Aurora selections: Baylee Candelarie (goalie), sr., Cherokee Trail; Bri Roman (attack), jr., Eaglecrest; Cassidy Hoffman (goalie), jr., Grandview; Nikki Garcia (goalie), soph., and Kelly Holmes (midfield), jr., Overland; Katie Anthony (midfield), soph., and Ashley Stevenson (midfield), jr., Smoky Hill

Other selections: Meg Hanson (attack), fr. and Sam Thomson (goalie), jr., Arapahoe; Whitney Jacobs (midfield), soph., Mullen