P2P CCS Girls Soccer Honors
Jillienne Aguilera scored 39 goals and led Woodside to the CCS Open Division title. (Prep2Prep Staff)

ALL-CENTRAL COAST SECTION

Player of the Year
JILLIENNE AGUILERA, WOODSIDE


By JOHN MURPHY
Prep2Prep

The circuitous route Jillienne Aguilera took to arrive at Woodside High is unlikely, but the Wildcats are fine with it.

Aguilera last month completed an illustrious four-year varsity career at the San Mateo County school by scoring a school-record 39 goals to lead the Wildcats (18-1-2) to the Central Coast Section Open Division title. She also had a mind-boggling 105 goals for her career.

Aguilera, thanks to her efforts, is the Prep2Prep Girls Soccer CCS Player of the Year.

“Jillienne, wow, in my tenure I’ve never had such a hard-working kid,” Woodside coach Jose Navarette said. “She’s naturally gifted, but also has the hard work and desire. She’s a rare combination of athletic talent and desire and smarts – she’s the total package.”

Aguilera formerly lived in Sunnyvale, but moved to Redwood City when her mother Julie remarried. There she was playing for a club team, Juventus, which included numerous Woodside High or future Woodside High players. Aguilera decided to enroll at the leafy, suburban Woodside High campus and her arrival was a boon for Wildcats’ soccer.

Possessing good speed, deft ball-handling and great footwork, Aguilera scored 15 goals as a freshman despite missing some games due to injury, 23 goals as a sophomore, 28 as a junior and then completely busted loose as a senior by scoring nearly 40. Three times she scored four goals, five times three goals or more and 12 times two goals or more. In 23 games, she had the game-winning goal.

Athletic ability runs in Aguilera family. Her dad Jorge Aguilera moved here from Puerto Rico as a teen. He later swam and played water polo at Pepperdine University. Her mom played soccer in high school and her brother, 26, played baseball at Fremont-Sunnyvale High.

Even given Aguilera’s background and athletic gifts, she was surprised by her gaudy goal output this season.

“Compared to other years, it was a large jump,” she said. “I was surprised, but I do like scoring.”

There were only four games Aguilera did not score in this season, including Woodside’s 1-0 victory against Mountain View for the CCS Open title. The Wildcats scored early in that one and then held on for the victory.

“It was crazy,” Aguilera said. “The whole game could have gone either way. I was happy we were able to pull of the win. There were times they had good opportunities to score, but they weren’t able to, otherwise they could have come back. I was happy after what happened last year.”

Woodside lost in the quarterfinals to Leigh on penalty kicks last season.

Woodside’s surge to a section title was surprising considering it had to defeat powerhouses Santa Teresa, Archbishop Mitty and Mountain View in succession to win the title.

“We just took it one game at a time and didn’t focus on the whole thing,” Aguilera said. “The Open is the hardest division and we couldn’t slack off one bit. Santa Teresa had tied us 1-1 during the regular season and we knew they were capable of beating us. Mitty we did good research on and knew how to cover their offense.”

As for Aguilera, she was virtually not coverable for most of her illustrious prep career, tying her record of 28 goals with three games left in the regular season and then adding 11 more goals to close out the PAL season and the Open playoffs.

Next year it is on to the University of Arizona for the Woodside marvel who recently has moved with her family back to Sunnyvale – albeit too late to help any high schools there with her uncanny ability to put a soccer ball in a net.


Coach of the Year
JOSE NAVARETTE, WOODSIDE

Jose Navarette led Woodside to the first-ever CCS Open Division championship. (Prep2Prep Staff)

By JOHN MURPHY
Prep2Prep

Jose Navarette never made a concerted effort to become the Woodside High girls soccer coach.

“I had a friend who was coaching the Woodside boys and he asked if I’d be interested in coaching the girls,” said Navarette, who just completed his 18th year as the coach of the Wildcat girls. “It was an accident.”

A fortuitous accident, as it turns out. This season Navarette, 54, led the Wildcats to the Central Coast Section Open Division title. For his efforts, he is the Prep2Prep CCS Coach of the Year.

Woodside deserves just about every plaudit coming its way. It won the Peninsula Athletic League title, nosing out a strong Menlo-Atherton team for the title. Then to win the CCS Open title, it merely had to beat Santa Teresa, Archbishop Mitty and Mountain View in succession, which it did.

“It was unreal competition,” said Navarette, a former Sequoia High player. “Sometimes you don’t beat all three of those teams in a decade, much less in a week. It was very exciting. I told the girls ‘Somebody has to win the title, so why not us?’”

Navarette has been kicking around CCS soccer forever. As a sophomore at Sequoia, his team played Watsonville in the CCS finals and lost 5-3 at the now-defunct Blackford High of San Jose.

“Watsonville is still making CCS finals,” Navarette said.

Following a satisfying 2-0 win against Mitty in the semifinals this year, Woodside took on a strong Mountain View team. The Wildcats scored in the 16th minute and then had to hang on for dear life to win it.

“The clock was moving very slowly,” Navarette said. “When the clock got down to two minutes, it seemed like it couldn’t move any slower. I never felt like we had it in the bag; it was so tightly contested. It was very gratifying.”

Ironically, Navarette traces Woodside’s success to a 2-0 loss it suffered to Menlo-Atherton in the last game of the regular season.

“We did not play well,” he said. “We got embarrassed. But I think it was good because it refocused us.”

Think of it as a fortunate accident – the kind Navarette is all too familiar with.



Senior of the Year
COURTNEY OGREN, ST. FRANCIS

Ogren, St. Francis' goalkeeper, helped the Lancers to a second-place finish in league (8-2-2) and an overall record of 13-4-3 by recording nine shutouts while playing in one of the toughest leagues in the CCS. She also served as the kicker for the St. Francis football team.


Junior of the Year
KATIE GUENIN, MENLO-ATHERTON

Guenin scored 21 goals for the Bears with five assists in leading Menlo-Atherton to a second-place finish in the PAL-Bay division behind Woodside. The Bears went on to win the CCS Division I championship.


Sophomore of the Year
LAURA CARCERONI, MOUNTAIN VIEW

Carceroni had 13 goals and 12 assists for the Spartans, leading them to the CCS Open Division title game.

Freshman of the Year
NICOLE SWEENEY, BRANHAM

Sweeney led the Bruins to a 13-8-3 overall record (7-5-2 in the division) and a trip to the CCS Division I title game by scoring 21 goals with six assists.



FIRST TEAM ALL-CCS

Laura Carceroni, Mountain View
Position: Forward
Year: Sophomore

Had 13 goals and 12 assists for the CCS Open Division runners-up.


Jillienne Aguilera, Woodside
Position: Forward
Year: Senior

Scored 39 goals this season (105 for her career) in leading the Wildcats to the Open title. Headed to Arizona on a soccer scholarship.


Emily Smith, Leigh
Position: Forward
Year: Junior

An “amazing player” according to Mountain View coach Ivan Bandov, Smith missed the latter part of the season playing for the US U17 Women's National Team, playing in the World Cup qualifier in Grenada during the CCS playoffs. Smith led the Longhorns to a 14-4-3 overall record and a first-place finish in the BVAL-Mt. Hamilton (10-1-3).


Katie Guenin, Menlo-Atherton
Position: Forward
Year: Junior

Scored 21 goals for the Bears with five assists in leading M-A to a CCS Division I championship.


Sophia Mendoza, Archbishop Mitty
Position: Forward
Year: Sophomore

Had seven goals and five assists for a team that made the CCS semifinals.


Mia Shenk, Sacred Heart Prep
Position: Forward
Year: Sophomore

Scored 28 goals with 11 assists as the Gators finished 15-6-2 overall and in a tie for first place (8-0-2) in league, outscoring foes by a combined 78-30.


Nicole Carson, Valley Christian
Position: Midfielder
Year: Senior

Scored 17 goals and had one assist while patrolling the middle for a team that went 12-7-1 overall and 5-6-1 in the tough WCAL.


Kacey Cruz, Mountain View
Position: Defender
Year: Senior

Anchored a Spartan defense that gave up just four goals (against 63 scored) in helping Mountain View to the section title game.


Hailey Prentice, Archbishop Mitty
Position: Defender
Year: Sophomore

Was the best defender on a top-notch Monarch team that went 14-3-5 overall (8-1-3 in league) and outscored opponents by a combined 38-12.


Alison Lu, Palo Alto
Position: Defender
Year: Senior

Led the Vikings to a 16-2-1 overall record (10-1-1 second place in league) by excelling on defense and scoring 11 goals with four assists.


Courtney Ogren, St. Francis
Position: Goalkeeper
Year: Senior

Helped the Lancers to a second-place finish in league (8-2-2) and an overall record of 13-4-3 by recording nine shutouts while playing in the toughest league in the CCS.



SECOND TEAM ALL-CCS

Emma Chivers, Presentation
Position: Forward
Year: Senior

Helped Panthers to a 7-3-2 league record (17-4-2 overall) by scoring 14 goals and managing five assists to help Presentation out-score opponents by a combined 63-16.


Belinda Ascencio, Soledad
Position: Forward
Year: Junior

Scored 41 goals to lead Soledad to its first Mission Trail Athletic League title. Named the Salinas Californian player of the year.


Nicole Sweeney, Branham
Position: Forward
Year: Freshman

Led the Bruins to a 13-8-3 overall record (7-5-2 in the division) and a trip to the CCS Division I championship game by scoring 21 goals with six assists.


Alexis Prieto, Burlingame
Position: Forward
Year: Senior

Had 15 goals and 18 assists and was always a player opponents had to mark closely.


Georgia Kingman, St. Francis
Position: Midfielder
Year: Senior

Hard-working mid who helped the Lancers to an 8-2-2 league record (13-4-3 overall) and a 32-11 edge in goals scored by scoring 11 goals and distributing five assists.


Zoe Enright, Menlo School
Position: Midfielder
Year: Senior

Enright led the Knights to the CCS Division II championship.


Sarah McLeod, Menlo-Atherton
Position: Midfielder
Year: Senior

Controlled the middle for the Bears (16-4-2, 10-2-2) while scoring 14 goals - including the tying goal in the CCS championship - with six assists to lead M-A to the CCS Division I title.


Jessica Yu, Fremont
Position: Midfielder
Year: Senior

Named SCVAL-El Camino Player of the Year after managing 32 goals and 12 assists to help the Firebirds to a first-place finish (10-2) and 14-3-4 overall record.


Brianna Hart, Woodside
Position: Defender
Year: Sophomore

While Aguilera starred on offense, Hart anchored a defense that yielded only 11 goals (against 69 scored).


Jacey Pederson, Palo Alto
Position: Defender
Year: Senior

Injured part of the season and missed some action due to US National Team participation, but ability is undeniable as she scored 11 goals in 13 games with three assists to help Paly to a second-place finish (10-1-1) in league and 16-2-1 overall record. Her brother Joc is a starting outfielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers.


Ana Calero, Aptos
Position: Goalkeeper
Year: Senior

Allowed just one goal in league and was named SCCAL Player of the Year in leading the Mariners to the league title. Calero has a soccer scholarship to San Jose State.




HONORABLE MENTION:

ANDREW HILL: Roxanne Aguilar
ANZAR: Charlene Thomasini
APTOS: Paxton Scott
ARAGON: Karla Romero-Lopez
ARCHBISHOP MITTY: Giuliana Calia, Amaya Zabalza
BRANHAM: Leilani Camara, Stephanie Pauritsch
BURLINGAME: Alysse La Mond
CAPUCHINO: Brianna Ledesma
CARLMONT: Alyssa Fagel, Kayla Fong, Jessica Sanders
CASTILLEJA: Julia Lodoen
CHRISTOPHER: Vanessa Koontz
CRYSTAL SPRINGS UPLANDS: Megan Duncanson, Nikki Lee
EL CAMINO: Ashley Dienla
GUNDERSON: Ana Canon-Garcia
HALF MOON BAY: Cleome Kerseg, Sarah O’Keefe
HARBOR: Ashley Holguin
HILLSDALE: Tayla Kelley
INDEPENDENCE: Alejandra Nuno
JEFFERSON: Selena Bellamy
KIPP COLLEGIATE: Anita Lara
LEIGH: Avery Cannella, Erin McCoy, Erica Nakano
LELAND: Noel Simms, Kelsey Chope
LINCOLN: Isabel Hernandez
LIVE OAK: Holly Hopwood
LOS ALTOS: Rebecca Andrews
LOS GATOS: Rachel Donnelly
MENLO: Schuyler Tilney-Volk
MENLO-ATHERTON: Kasey Love
MILLS: Maria Cazares, Caitlin Ung
MOUNTAIN VIEW: Ysa Baluyot, Natalie Brehaut, Natasha Harris
NORTH MONTEREY COUNTY: Kassandra Lopez
NOTRE DAME-BELMONT: Caroline Kearney
NOTRE DAME-SALINAS: Ariana Vega
OAK GROVE: Kassandra Le, Kasey Opilla
OCEANA: Angelica Soto
OVERFELT: Joanne Norman, Ruby Mendez
PALO ALTO: Talia Malchin, Ansley Queen, Emily Tomz, Nika Woodfill
PIEDMONT HILLS: Vanessa Sanchez
PIONEER: Regan McCall
PRESENTATION: Jayne Cowell
PROSPECT: Sarah Sawatzky
SACRED HEART PREP: McKenna Agnotti
SAN BENITO: Carly Lowi
SAN LORENZO VALLEY: Sophia Magliato
SAN MATEO: Taylor Doi
SANTA CLARA: Shaelan Murison
SANTA CRUZ: Rachel Anderson
SANTA TERESA: Chelsea Herrera, Daniela Mendoza, Natalia Nava, Sabrina Nava, McKinley Yeager
SARATOGA: Isa Berardo
SCOTTS VALLEY: Maddie Hitzeman
SEQUOIA: Mady Fitzgerald
SILVER CREEK: Mady Lloyd
SOBRATO: Hazel Sanz
SOLEDAD: Destiny Ramirez
SOQUEL: Sydney Rastetter
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO: Julissa Gonzalez, Estreya Gomez
ST. FRANCIS: Julia McGivern
ST. FRANCIS CCC: Katie Farley
ST. IGNATIUS: Michaela Scully
TERRA NOVA: Kylie Metkiff, Genevieve Rogers
WESTMONT: Julianne Hoeflich
WESTMOOR: Jackie Meza
WILLOW GLEN: Jaden Tamayo
WOODSIDE: Alexandra Augulis, Vanesha McReynolds
WOODSIDE PRIORY: Brenda Uribe
YERBA BUENA: Angie Torres

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