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Players That Impressed May 30, 2021

Players That Impressed: May 2021 (Girls)

Each month, SoccerWire recognizes ‘Players That Impressed’ from across the country, honoring top performances in high-level youth soccer competitions.

Players who stood out for their teams in showcase tournaments and league action are 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 May 2021.

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Jordyn Heathcock | Midfielder
Oklahoma Energy U-13 (OK)

Named player of the week by her club, Heathcock put on an impressive performance at the Girls Academy Round Rock showcase, helping her team take down a previously undefeated Utah Royals AZ squad 3-2.

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Rylie Morse | Midfielder
Cincinnati United Premier U-14 (OH)

Showing up at the Girls Academy Round Rock event, Morse scored the eventual game-winner against Oklahoma Energy on a beautiful upper 90 strike off a set piece.

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Jasmin Outao | Forward
STA Soccer U-14 (NJ)

Scored 3 goals in a comeback win on the road in New Hampshire after falling behind 2-0 early in the Girls Academy league match.

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

Helped guide her team toward potential qualification for the ECNL Champions League Playoffs with a strong clean sheet effort against a tough PacNW SC side, as Washington Premier won 2-0.

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Carsyn Boyer | Midfielder
PA Classics U-15 (PA)

Had three assists in a 3-0 win against Baltimore Armour. Her unselfish style of play and ability to create opportunities for her teammates helped her team secure the win in a Mid-Atlantic Region match.

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Skye Bierker | Defender
Beadling SC U-16 (PA)

A constant presence in the Beadling back line, Bierker played a vital role in helping her team secure a pair of clean sheets during a single weekend of Girls Academy competition.

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Delaney Evers | Forward
Beadling SC U-16 (PA)

Showed her exceptional scoring ability during a 3-0 victory in GA action against Salvo SC as she led the offense with a brace, including an impressive left-footed shot from outside the 18.

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Samantha Cortez | Midfielder
FC Dallas U-16 (TX)

With her goal in a May 2nd game against Classics Elite, Cortez is helping her club solidify a spot in the ECNL Girls Champions League as they enter the final month of the season.

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Lexi Grundler | Goalkeeper
Tennessee SC U-16 (TN)

Came through with several tough saves to preserve a clean sheet in ECNL competition against Ohio Elite as Tennessee SC earned a 2-0 victory. TSC held both opponents scoreless on the opening weekend of May.

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Bella Macaso | Forward
Tennessee SC U-16 (TN)

Netted both goals for Tennessee SC on Saturday, May 1 as they kicked off the month with a 2-0 win against Ohio Elite in ECNL Ohio Valley Conference action.

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

Racked up 3 goals and 1 assist this month to help STA earn a spot in the GA playoffs, which are being held in late June in California.

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Kyla Holmes | Goalkeeper
STA Soccer U-16 (NJ)

Posted 6 shutouts over 6 games in May to help her team qualify for the upcoming GA playoffs.

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Abigail Maier | Midfielder
Ohio Elite U-17 (OH)

Scoring the lone goal in her club’s 1-0 victory over FC Alliance on May 2nd, and contributing to her team’s shutout of Tennessee SC a day prior, Maier looks to help her team keep ahold of the 2nd place spot in the Ohio Valley Conference, and a spot in ECNL Champions League that comes along with it.

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Ashley Economopoulos | Forward
Penn FC U-17 (PA)

Playing in the 2004 age group as a 2007, Ashley helped Penn FC Lightning win 3 games in the championship bracket at the FC Delco Players Cup. She scored 3 and assisted on 3 more over the weekend.

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

Purdue University class of 2022 recruit played a key role in the offense during FC Pride’s 5-0 rout of Internationals SC in ECNL league play, recording a goal and an assist.

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Madison Foxhoven | Forward
Real So Cal U-17 (CA)

In a game with playoff implications, Foxhoven – playing up with the ECNL U17 team as a forward – scored the winning goal with a spectacular header in the final minutes, to give Real So Cal a 2-1 victory over San Diego Surf.

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Jamie Campbell | Goalkeeper
Real So Cal U-17 (CA)

Playing up with the Real So Cal U17 team, Campbell was instrumental in keeping San Diego Surf from scoring. Her performance helped keep Real So Cal in playoff contention.

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Hailey Gordon | Forward
Players SC U-18 (NV)

Outstanding performance at the Las Vegas Mayor’s Cup tournament. Playing 3 years up, she scored in every game, including two headers. She helped lead her team to the championship.

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Kailyn Dudukovich | Forward
Ohio Elite U-19 (OH)

In her team’s 5-0 victory over FC Alliance on May 2nd, the future Ohio State Buckeye put on a show, scoring a brace to help her team to victory.

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Mary Whitaker Buchanan | Forward
Tennessee SC U-18/19 (TN)

Ole Miss class of 2021 recruit racked up three goals over the first weekend of May, during a pair of ECNL wins over Ohio Elite and Racing Louisville.

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Mackenzie Gress | Goalkeeper
STA Soccer U-19 (NJ)

Turned in a standout performance on May 14 against South Shore and was instrumental with her 15 saves, including 3 “super saves” according to InStat, to help her team win 3-0.

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