The SCVAL-De Anza released its all-league girls soccer awards, highlighted by a strong presence from CCS champion Mountain View in both the major awards and across the first-team selections.
Natasha Harris was selected as the De Anza's Most Valuable Player, after leading the Spartans with 18 goals scored. Junior teammate Laura Carceroni was named the Offensive Player of the Year, after scoring 10 goals and leading Mountain View with 19 assists.
A pair of Palo Alto athletes took home the top defensive awards, as senior Lauola Amanoni was named Defensive Player of the Year, and junior Clara Luehrs was named Goalkeeper of the Year. Luehrs posted 15 consecutive clean sheets during the regular season.
Senior of the Year - Ellie Mujushi, Santa Clara
Junior of the Year - Emily Tomz/Bethan Parry, Palo Alto/Mountain View
Sophomore of the Year - Brenda Castillo, Homestead
Freshman of the Year - Chloe Japic, Palo Alto
Palo Alto - Talia Malchin, Reilly Filter, Natalie Maloney, Ally Scheve, Laoula Amanoni, Clara Luehrs, Chloe Japic, Emily Tomz
Los Gatos - Annette Greenley, Sara Emami, Haley Saich
Mountain View - Natasha Harris, Laura Carceroni, Bethan Parry, Nicole Bumgarner, Karissa Hayes, Allie Coyne, Erin Alexander, Elena Palacios
Fremont - Amanda Hiebert
Saratoga - Chloe McGhee, Sasha Pickard
Santa Clara - Haley Levene, Ysela Baluyot, Maddie Amberlang, Ellie Mujushi
Palo Alto - Tess Preising, Leela Srinivasan
Los Gatos - Julia Leonardis, Kelli Keady
Mountain View - Natalie Brehaut, Lucy Tang
Fremont - Kaylene Patti
Saratoga - Emily Chen
Santa Clara - Samantha Coelho, Katie Bonvicino