Girls' Fall Soccer leaders
Rank Name School Total
1 Cammie Murtha Walter Johnson 29
2 Alia Haskins Riverdale Baptist 26
3 Kaiseray Kargbo C.H. Flowers 23
4 Sarah Osborne Huntingtown 21
5 Juliana Comer Churchill 20
- Sydney Watson Calvert 20
6 Sheyenne Bonnick Eleanor Roosevelt 19
- Drew Kesterman Bullis 19
7 Kelsey Anderson Episcopal 17
- Inonge Kaloustian Eleanor Roosevelt 17
- Maliah Morris St. John's 17
- Danielle Rohrman Sherwood 17
- Harleigh White Huntingtown 17
8 Whitney Wiley Flint Hill 16
9 Sydney Covitz Maret 15
- Heston Neal Huntingtown 15
- Kameryn Robinson C.H. Flowers 15
- Grace Sherman Potomac School 15
10 Calle Garneau Calvert 14
- Anita Pope Calvert 14
- Elle Wassertzug Sandy Spring 14
11 Courtlynne Caskin Potomac School 13
- Leyah Hall-Robinson Bullis 13
- Annie Knowles Maret 13
- Rachel Lazris Wilde Lake 13
- Destiny Nash McKinley 13
- Kyaira Priest Chopticon 13
12 Ariella Amaguana Sherwood 12
- Grace Kulik Georgetown Visitation 12
13 Cassidy Barnette Huntingtown 11
- Nicole Brodkowitz Churchill 11
- Paula Germino-Watnick Bethesda-Chevy Chase 11
- Grace Hersey Bishop Ireton 11
- Janelle Ridgewell Huntingtown 11
- Samantha Sekscienski Northwest 11
14 Sarah Caggiano Walter Johnson 10
- Anna Falcione Covenant Life 10
- Tracey Mills Potomac School 10
- Elena Ricci St. Stephen's/St. Agnes 10
- Ashley Webb Sherwood 10
15 Amanda Banfield Paint Branch 9
- Chloe Chapman Good Counsel 9
- Haley Logan Huntingtown 9
- Lydia Narum Gaithersburg 9
- Anna Pusey St. Stephen's/St. Agnes 9
- Niara Sapp Maret 9
16 Leanna Choo Northwest 8
- Megan Klink Northern 8
- Lillian McLane Northern 8
- Holly Weber Bishop Ireton 8
Girls Fall Soccer in the news

Oakton soccer standouts Bryan and Jonny Silver work to stay sharp in the summer

Washington Post reporter Nick Eilerson works with Oakton's Bryan and Jonny Silver on passing and shooting drills.
July 13, 2016

Summer Workouts featuring Oakton's Bryan and Jonny Silver

Washington Post reporter Nick Eilerson works with soccer standouts Bryan and Jonny Silver on passing and shooting drills.
July 13, 2016

Washington-Lee boys’ soccer puts it all together for long-awaited state crown

The Generals’ defense finds its stride while senior Maycol Nunez saves his best for last.
Nick Eilerson ·
June 14, 2016

No drama, just more hardware for the Battlefield girls’ soccer team

The Bobcats traded in the late heroics from two previous title runs for a dominant showing in the Virginia 6A final to win their third straight title and return to the top of The Post’s rankings.
Brandon Parker ·
June 13, 2016

Maycol Nunez leads Washington-Lee to first Virginia boys’ soccer title

The senior adds two more goals to his state tournament haul despite a nagging hamstring injury as the Generals top First Colonial for the 6A championship.
Nick Eilerson ·
June 12, 2016

Park View soccer snaps 24-year drought by beating Chancellor for Virginia 4A title

Led by Obdulio Funez’s fluid footwork, the Patriots pull out a 1-0 win against the Chargers to bring a state championship back home to Sterling.
Gabe Hiatt ·
June 13, 2016

George Mason extends its girls’ soccer dynasty by beating Radford for a ninth straight title

The Mustangs ride three goals from Victoria Rund to another rout as they add yet another Virginia 2A championship to their trophy case.
Brandon Parker ·
June 12, 2016

Loudoun County goes out with a bang — and a second straight girls’ soccer title

Junior All-Met Allyson Brown knocks in a rebound off Liz Lazzaro’s shot to send the Raiders past Salem and for their second consecutive Virginia 4A championship.
Dillon Mullan ·
June 12, 2016

Battlefield soccer punctuates a season of dominance with a third straight state title

After overcoming major drama to claim their first two championships, Shannon Lee and the Bobcats leave no doubt in a 4-0 shutout of Cox.
Brandon Parker ·
June 12, 2016

George Mason boys’ soccer rolls to fourth consecutive state title

Elliot Mercado nets a hat trick to cap another dominant season for the Mustangs.
Nick Eilerson ·
June 12, 2016