Girls' Spring Soccer leaders
Goals
Assists
Saves
Rank Name School Total
1 Taylor Kibble Loudoun County 50
2 Emilene Parham Battlefield 26
3 Laurn Flynn Yorktown 25
- Catharine Forst Brentsville 25
4 Claire Constant T.C. Williams 22
- Kaitlyn Cox Colgan 22
5 Dacheka Kolcum Tuscarora 21
6 Catie Bryant Briar Woods 20
- Julia Leas James Madison 20
- Bella Ponzi T.C. Williams 20
7 Lacey McCormack Yorktown 18
- Dalani Stephens Woodgrove 18
8 Abbey Duncan Patriot 17
- Maevyn Jones Hayfield 17
- Brooke Kirstein Loudoun County 17
- Abby Maltese Briar Woods 17
- Helena Willson Riverside 17
9 Devon Balac Loudoun County 13
- Caroline Bates T.C. Williams 13
- Helena Spencer Patriot 13
10 Jenna Daunt Battlefield 12
- Victoria Kutz Hayfield 12
11 Courtney Ellis Patriot 11
- Liz Marcheschi Woodgrove 11
- Casey O'Connor Potomac Falls 11
- Ashley Pandelides Potomac Falls 11
- Hailey Price Patriot 11
- Maddie Winer Yorktown 11
12 Ava Singh Washington-Lee 10
13 Madeline Bohan Brentsville 9
- Morgan Pettit Brentsville 9
- Elsa Sontheimer James Madison 9
14 Erika Harwood T.C. Williams 8
- Serena Pham Chantilly 8
- Natalie Swarm Potomac Falls 8
15 Gloria Ahn Chantilly 7
- Jillian Bowers Loudoun County 7
- Kasey Corey South Lakes 7
- Karter Corini Battlefield 7
- McKenna Cromwell Washington-Lee 7
- Faith Lee James Madison 7
- Zoey Palma Colgan 7
- Annie Sorando Briar Woods 7
- Khristel Thompson Gar-Field 7
16 Aleigh Gambone Centreville 6
- Brianna Honse Battlefield 6
- Allison Strazella Yorktown 6
- Caroline Suder Riverside 6
- Emily Tirrell Riverside 6
- Brooke Van Den Berg Potomac Falls 6
Girls Spring Soccer in the news

Spring sports whiparound: St. Stephen's/St. Agnes girls' lacrosse gets payback

Elsewhere, No. 1 Madison softball's long winning streak is snapped, and Sherwood baseball flexes its pitching muscles.
Washington Post Staff ·
April 15, 2019

Boys' soccer Top 10: Top-ranked South Lakes off to another hot start

Just like last year, the Seahawks are on an extended winning streak to start the season.
Michael Errigo ·
April 9, 2019

Girls' soccer Top 10: South County, Loudoun County gaining early-season momentum

The Stallions have played stout defense; the Raiders, defending Class 4 champions, have scored a lot of goals.
Michael Errigo ·
April 9, 2019

After magical season, Justice boys’ soccer adjusts to new identity as a team to beat

The Wolves made a run to the state semifinals last season but have been getting mixed results this year. Tuesday night’s loss to Lee was their latest setback.
Michael Errigo ·
April 3, 2019

Spring sports whiparound: Ryan Shieh providing power for McNamara baseball

Maija Louko has been dominant in the circle for South Lakes softball; Gonzaga and Bullis lacrosse clash; T.C. Williams girls' soccer off to a 39-1 goal differential.
Washington Post Staff ·
April 1, 2019

Boys' soccer Top 10: South Lakes, Robinson lead first rankings as top spot in Northern Virginia opens up

After Oakton loses 15 to graduation, who is the team to beat in Northern Virginia?
Michael Errigo ·
March 26, 2019

Girls' soccer Top 10: Madison, Yorktown lead the year's first rankings

Defending champions Loudoun County, Briar Woods also featured in the first Top 10.
Michael Errigo ·
March 26, 2019

Edison loses Virginia Class 5 girls’ championship in star Carole Miller’s final game

The Virginia-bound Miller had 15 points and 10 rebounds in the 69-55 defeat to Princess Anne, which has won six straight titles.
Kyle Melnick ·
March 6, 2019

She had her leg amputated and 14 rounds of chemo by age 3. Now she plays varsity basketball.

Huntingtown's Amanda Merrell plays with a prosthetic leg and was her JV team's leading scorer. "Sports is literally my everything," she says.
David J. Kim ·
January 23, 2019

At Montgomery Country track meet, Northwood pair dazzle in a blistering boys’ 1,600

Paint Branch rolls to the boys’ team title while Northwest captures the girls’ championship.
Julia Karron ·
January 17, 2019