Girls Soccer: 2014 All-East Metro Athletic Conference teams

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Hinkley's Teaggan Ilela
Hinkley freshman Teaggan Ilela, center, was selected the East Metro Athletic Conference Player of the Year for the 2014 girls soccer season. Ilela led Class 5A with 28 goals in just 13 games and also had 15 assists. (Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)

2014 ALL-EAST METRO ATHLETIC CONFERENCE GIRLS SOCCER TEAMS

FIRST TEAM

Aurora selections: Teaggan Ilela (forward), Valeria Loera (goalkeeper) and Ashley Rager (midfielder), Hinkley; Megan Campbell (forward), Madison Garst (midfielder), Vanessa Madera (midfielder), Jackie McBride (defender) and Carly Taphorn (defender), Rangeview

Rangeview's Megan Campbell
Rangeview senior forward Megan Campbell (9) made the 2014 All-EMAC first team as a forward, earning the honor for the second straight season. (Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)

Other selections: Lariza DeLaRosa (forward) and Vanessa DeLaRosa (defender), Adams City; Ashley Contreras (forward), Dani Richers (defender), Karly Todd (defender) and Jordan Zimmerman (midfielder), Brighton; Kerri Feldman (defender) and Isabella Goddard (midfielder), Northglenn; Danielle Glasmann (defender), Gabby Luna (midfielder), Haley Pachelo (goalkeeper) and Veronica Walker (forward), Prairie View; Riana Roy (defender), Thornton; Yesenia Nava (forward) and Sarah Stanglow (defender), Westminster

Player of Year: Teaggan Ilela, Hinkley; Coach of Year: David Nickoloff, Hinkley

SECOND TEAM

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Senior Maria Martin del Campo, left, represents Aurora Central on the 2014 All-EMAC 2nd team. (Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)

Aurora selections: Maria Martin del Campo (defender), Aurora Central; Marisa Duran (midfielder), Gateway; Marie Ferdinand (forward), Diana Rivera (defender) and Areslie Rodarte (midfielder), Hinkley; Ashley Broeker (forward), Jessica Hixson (midfielder) and Jolee Thailing (defender), Rangeview

Other selections: Jasmin Cigarroa (defender) and Adriana Vazquez (midfielder), Adams City; Jessie Baker (goalkeeper), Payton Bonino (forward), Skye Keanaaina (defender), Rachel Polliard (foward) and Makenzie Reichow (midfielder), Brighton; Ellanna Koontz (forward), Northglenn; Julia Alvarado (forward), Shilah Krueger (defender), Allison Maestas (defender), Zoe Stanley (midfielder) and Harlee Zancanelli (midfielder), Prairie View; Alexis Lawson (goalkeeper), Thornton

Courtney Oakes is Sports Editor of the Aurora Sentinel. Reach him at 303-750-7555 or [email protected] Twitter: @aurorasports. Facebook: Aurora Prep Sentinel