2020 All-Southwestern League girls’ soccer team announced

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Temecula Valley High School senior Emma Thrapp is named the Defensive MVP of the Southwestern League. Valley News/Time Stood Still Photography photo

The Southwestern League girls’ soccer coaches and Anthony Califano, athletic director of Temecula Valley High School, recently met to go over the selections for the First and Second All-League teams. The first-place team always hosts the meeting with their school’s athletic director, which went the way of the Lady Golden Bears, for the third straight year.

Based on where the SWL team placed also determines how many selections that team will get. Temecula Valley showcased a Co-MVP in the Offense category, sophomore Kate Jacobsen, and a Defensive MVP as well, which was senior Emma Thrapp. Vista Murrieta High School’s Reinna Gabriel was the other Offensive MVP, selected for her outstanding year with the Lady Broncos.

With their first-place finish, Temecula Valley was also granted eight selections overall: four First Team, four Second Team. Vista Murrieta received six selections: three First Team and three Second Team; Chaparral High School got four selections: two First Team and two Second Team, and Murrieta Mesa, Great Oak and Murrieta Valley high schools all received two selections each: one First Team and one Second Team.

Offensive MVP: Reinna Gabriel – Vista Murrieta, 12 and Kate Jacobsen – Temecula Valley, 10

Defensive MVP: Emma Thrapp – Temecula Valley, 12

FIRST TEAM:

Peyton Bundy – Temecula Valley, 10; Aubree Gessel – Temecula Valley, 12; Natalie Mitchell – Temecula Valley, 10; Morgan Witz – Temecula Valley, 11; Marissa LeVine – Vista Murrieta, 12; Demi Scibetta – Vista Murrieta, 12; Hannah Ramos – Vista Murrieta, 12; Arianna Rosa – Chaparral, 12; Zoey Sapida – Chaparral, 12; Allison Blumenthal – Great Oak, 12; Becca Lipp – Murrieta Mesa, 11, and Graceyn Lee – Murrieta Valley, 10.

SECOND TEAM:

Eve Hoppe – Temecula Valley, 12; Serena Pulopot – Temecula Valley, 11; Hazel Underwood – Temecula Valley, 12; Savannah Williams – Temecula Valley, 10; Addison Castellanos – Vista Murrieta, 10; Abria Smith – Vista Murrieta, 10; Zairen Paulino – Vista Murrieta, 10; Michaela Justiniani – Chaparral, 11; Dalia Nofal – Chaparral, 12; Shelbi Payne – Great Oak, 12; Gianna Green – Murrieta Mesa, 11, and Mekenzie Myer – Murrieta Valley, 12.

JP Raineri can be reached via email at sports@reedermedia.com.