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Players That Impressed Mar 28, 2021

Players That Impressed: March 2021 (Girls)

With club soccer back in action across the country in 2021, SoccerWire is re-launching its ‘Players That Impressed’ feature.

Each month, youth soccer players who stood out for their teams will be highlighted on a rolling basis. Coaches, parents and athletes are invited to submit nominations for up to two (2) players per team in a given month.

See below for a listing of Girls Players That Impressed so far in March 2021.

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Faith Johnston | Forward
IMG Academy U-14 (FL)

Took charge of the offense with 6 goals and a pair of assists during IMG’s three-game stretch from March 5-7 against a trio of Florida opponents.

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Madison Hurst | Forward
Beadling Soccer U-15 (PA)

Stood out as a top performer for the Beadling 2006 Girls Academy team this month, relentlessly creating scoring chances for herself and her teammates.

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Summer Fishel | Forward
FC Pride U-15 (IN)

Set up both goals for FC Pride during their 2-1 win in ECNL play against Ohio Elite, serving up one on a corner kick and another on a free kick.

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Abby Lloyd | Forward
FC Pride U-15 (IN)

Recorded a brace in ECNL action against WNY Flash Academy on March 13.

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Chihiro Kigawa | Midfielder
Sockers FC U-15 (IL)

Boosted the Sockers FC offense by scoring one goal from outside the box, and assisting Stella Kohl on another.

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Rory Murry | Goalkeeper
Washington Premier U-15 (IL)

Continued her season-long streak of not conceding a single goal in ECNL competition, playing quality minutes against in-state opponents Eastside FC and Seattle United.

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Abigail Gemma | Defender
IMG Academy U-15 (FL)

USYNT prospect anchored the IMG Academy back line during tough Girls Academy matches against Weston, Tophat, United Soccer Alliance and West Florida Flames.

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Sydney Bushman | Midfielder
Beach FC U-15 (CA)

Led her team to a 3-0 start to the ECNL Regional League season, controlling the midfield while contributing multiple assists and adding a goal of her own.

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Sara Weigel | Midfielder
Beadling Soccer U-16 (PA)

Helped her team secure a hard-fought victory over SC Wave, one of the top-ranked sides in the nation, by providing the lone goal in a 1-0 contest.

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Samantha Miller | Forward
Beadling Soccer U-16 (PA)

Scored 2 goals vs Chicago FC United in a 4-2 win and provided the lone assist vs #4 ranked SC Wave in a 1-0 win, over the weekend of March 13-14.

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Samantha Erbach | Midfielder
Ohio Elite U-16 (OH)

The ECNL standout scored all 3 goals against Indy Fire in a 3-0 win and the only goal in a 1-1 draw vs FC Pride. Showed her versatility by scoring 2 goals with each foot, splitting time between midfield and forward.

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Ella Hamner | Midfielder
FC Pride U-16 (IN)

Scored the game-winning goal in a 1-0 match that featured strong defense by both teams, as FC Pride edged Racing Louisville FC in ECNL play.

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Camryn Ries | Forward
SC Wave U-16 (WI)

Netted the go-ahead goal and finished with a hat trick in a win over FC United with a score of 7-3. SC Wave continues to lead in the Girls Academy’s Mid-America Conference.

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Ashley Falk | Forward
Pride SC U-16 (CO)

Converted a challenging scoring opportunity deep in the box with a quick-reaction volley just before the opposing goalkeeper could stop an incoming cross.

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Mercedez Paino | Midfielder
PSC Coppa Rage U-16 (PA)

Led PSC Coppa Rage in goals (3) over the USYS National League Playoff weekend in Greensboro, N.C. which helped punch their ticket to the USYS National Championships.

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Makayla Jaffe | Forward
STA Soccer U-16 (NJ)

Finished a great team goal to put her team ahead against a terrific Oakwood SC side in Girls Academy league play.

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Emma Radoncic | Midfielder
STA Soccer U-16 (NJ)

Scored the game-winning goal in the last minute against a strong Oakwood SC team on a free kick, helping STA remain unbeaten through seven conference games in the GA.

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Kaitlyn Killinger | Forward
Pittsburgh Hotspurs U-16 (PA)

Exploded for six goals in three Jefferson Cup games, leading Pittsburgh Hotspurs 05 Blue to top of the U-16 Superior Division.

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Grace Thao | Midfielder
West Coast FC U-17 (CA)

Controlled the tempo of several games for West Coast FC, switching the point of attack and dropping to support when needed. She scored 3 goals and added 2 assists on a weekend highlighted by her game-winner against Beach FC.

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Emma Van Meter | Goalkeeper
Riverhounds DA U-17 (PA)

Picked up a clean sheet in net for RDA as her side came out on top of a fast-paced ECNL match against Tennessee SC.

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Batoul Reda | Goalkeeper
Michigan Jaguars U-17 (MI)

The University of Dayton commit earned a spot on her club’s Team of the Week after a strong effort against Girls Academy opponent Indy Premier, during Michigan’s 2-1 win.

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Kylie Maderski | Defender
SC Wave U-17 (WI)

Assisted her team’s only goal and contributed to a strong defensive performance, as SC Wave notched a 1-1 draw in their return to Girls Academy competition.

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Savannah Sabo | Goalkeeper
IMG Academy U-17 (FL)

Notched three consecutive clean sheets behind IMG’s strong back line in victories over in-state foes from March 5-7, including a pair of tough 1-0 wins.

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Josie Bieda | Forward
Sockers FC U-17 (IL)

Found the net three times on a successful opening weekend of Girls Academy competition, highlighted by a brace Minnesota Eclipse.

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Zoey Lee | Midfielder
IMG Academy U-17 (FL)

Provided two game-winning goals for IMG in hard-fought games which both ended in 1-0 scorelines. She also tallied a goal and two assists during an 8-0 rout of Lee County.

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Kali Burrell | Forward
FC United U-17 (IL)

Contributed a goal and an assist in a 3-0 win against Century United in Girls Academy play. She also provided the assist on her team’s only goal during a 1-1 draw against SC Wave.

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Naomi Splittorff | Forward
FC Pride U-17 (IN)

The Purdue University 2022 commit netted the game-winning goal for FC Pride, connecting on a chip shot as she finished off a through ball from Sammie King.

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Brooklyn Whitehead | Forward
North Carolina FC U-17 (NC)

Pushed her team into the State Cup final by scoring the game-winner in overtime of the semifinals, in a match that ended 1-0 after 120 total minutes of regulation and overtime.

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Morgan Roy | Midfielder
Nationals U-17 (MI)

The USYNT player scored the game-winning goal for Nationals while playing up a year against one of the nation’s top-ranked teams in the 2004 age group, SC Wave.

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Gianna Paul | Forward
SUSA U-17 (NY)

Led SUSA’s ECNL squad with 5 goals in 3 games in the top flight of the Jefferson Cup.

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Natalie Bala | Forward
STA Soccer U-17 (NJ)

Scored the opening goal in her team’s 2-0 win over NEFC, capitalizing on a great build up with a run into the box followed by a fantastic finish.

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Alexa Debarros | Midfielder
STA Soccer U-17 (NJ)

Gave STA an insurance goal with a long range strike from 25 yards out in their victory over NEFC in Girls Academy play.

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Abby Reisz | Goalkeeper
Ohio Premier U-17 (OH)

Had three shutouts in goal to help Ohio Premier secure ECNL road wins over Internationals, FC Alliance and Tennessee SC.

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Jayden Sharpless | Midfielder
Riverhounds DA U-19 (PA)

Contributed a goal in each game on the weekend of March 6-7, highlighted by RDA’s 2-1 win over FC Alliance in ECNL action on Saturday.

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Summer Curtis | Forward
Sockers FC U-19 (IL)

The Belmont University commit helped her team remain unbeaten in Girls Academy play by recording a brace during a 3-2 win over Salvo SC.

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Erin Hopewell | Midfielder
Metro United U-19 (VA)

Finished off a remarkable individual effort with a run across the field and a long-distance strike to help propel Metro United to a 2-1 win over Arlington.

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Rachel Deresky | Forward
Maryland United FC U-19 (MD)

Vanderbilt 2021 commit had a prolific showing at the Jefferson Cup, where she scored five goals and notched one assist as Maryland United swept the competition.

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Payton Patrick | Forward
Pipeline SC U-19 (MD)

University of South Carolina commit was dominant at the Jefferson Cup, scoring 2 goals and handing out 4 assists as her Pipeline ECNL squad were crowned champions of the top U-19 bracket.

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