2017 Indiana Girls Soccer All-Stars


Date of Games: November 5, 2016
Location: Knightstown High School at 8149 W. U.S. Hwy 40, Knightstown, IN 46148


2016 Girls Soccer: Forward

First NameLast NameGrad YrSchoolPhotoWtSportPosHtPPGRPGSPGAPGGamesGoalsSavesAcesHit %KillsBlocksDigs
Stacey Barron 2018 Marquette Catholic 140 Girls Soccer Forward (Soc) 5'6" 12 52 26
Alyssa Bolyard 2017 Wawasee 120 Girls Soccer Forward (Soc) 5'4" 5 37 7
Lexah Dornick 2019 Wapahani High School 126 Girls Soccer Forward (Soc) 5'5" 3 14 4 2
Rachel Gomez 2020 Mishawaka 120 Girls Soccer Forward (Soc) 5'2" 9 15 11
Erin Huber 2020 South Dearborn 125 Girls Soccer Forward (Soc) 5'6" 4 16
Makaila Kremple 2020 Arsenal Tech 113 Girls Soccer Forward (Soc) 5'4" 3 12 4 8
Sierra Lack 2020 Milan 110 Girls Soccer Forward (Soc) 5'2" 3 6 2
Emma Miller 2019 Milan 135 Girls Soccer Forward (Soc) 5'8" O 13 1 1
Anayanci Molina 2017 Clay 125 Girls Soccer Forward (Soc) 5'2'' 14 48 10
Emily Morren 2017 West Noble 130 Girls Soccer Forward (Soc) 5' 2" 7 12
Haley Myers 2019 Milan 125 Girls Soccer Forward (Soc) 5'3" 1 13 3 2
Madison Pierro 2018 Laporte 134 Girls Soccer Forward (Soc) 5'5"" 8 22 9

2016 Girls Soccer: Mid-Fielder

First NameLast NameGrad YrSchoolPhotoWtSportPosHtPPGRPGSPGAPGGamesGoalsSavesAcesHit %KillsBlocksDigs
Ashley Bishop 2019 South Dearborn 130 Girls Soccer Mid-Fielder (Soc) 5'3" 1 15 1
Alyssa Brinkman 2019 Milan 128 Girls Soccer Mid-Fielder (Soc) 5'4"
Maddie Clarkson 2020 Andrean 130 Girls Soccer Mid-Fielder (Soc) 5,2" 5 8
Alexis Dabney 2017 Taylor 130 Girls Soccer Mid-Fielder (Soc) 5'7" 1 10
Madison Fentress 2018 South Dearborn 120 Girls Soccer Mid-Fielder (Soc) 5'5" 3 17 17
Toria Gobel 2018 Milan 120 Girls Soccer Mid-Fielder (Soc) 5' 3" 6 13 3 9
Ronnie Hathaway 2018 Woodlan 130 Girls Soccer Mid-Fielder (Soc) 5'5" 8 16 13
Alyssa Macias 2018 West Noble 120 Girls Soccer Mid-Fielder (Soc) 5'2" 15 17 6
Whitney Working 2019 Wabash 120 lbs Girls Soccer Mid-Fielder (Soc) 5'3" 1 11

2016 Girls Soccer: Defender

First NameLast NameGrad YrSchoolPhotoWtSportPosHtPPGRPGSPGAPGGamesGoalsSavesAcesHit %KillsBlocksDigs
Sabrina Allen 2018 Milan 140 Girls Soccer Defender (Soc) 5'8" 13 31
Laurel Eggleston 2019 Shelbyville 110 Girls Soccer Defender (Soc) 5'6 6 18 2
Samantha Fisher 2018 Woodlan 130 Girls Soccer Defender (Soc) 5'6" 17 2
Khloe Gardner 2020 Heritage 155 Girls Soccer Defender (Soc) 5'8" 1 19
Kaylee Navarro 2020 Mishawaka 105 Girls Soccer Defender (Soc) 5'4" 1 19
Vali Reed 2018 Wabash 145 Girls Soccer Defender (Soc) 5'2" 10 1 0
Lorena Trujillo 2020 Andrean 125 Girls Soccer Defender (Soc) 5'3" 2 All 30

2016 Girls Soccer: Goal Keeper

First NameLast NameGrad YrSchoolPhotoWtSportPosHtPPGRPGSPGAPGGamesGoalsSavesAcesHit %KillsBlocksDigs
Cassidy Schneider 2018 Woodlan 130 Girls Soccer Goal Keeper (Soc) 5'5
GS = Games Started || G = Goals Scored || A = Assists || SD = Shots Defended


Team Rosters

Game 1 – 10 a.m.

Madison Pierro, LaPorte – F/D
Alexis Dabney, Taylor – DM
Emma Miller, Milan – FL/MF
Alyssa Brinkman, Milan – BMHB
Erin Huber, S. Dearborn – FWD
Ashley Bishop, S. Dearborn – FB/MF
Madison Fentress, S. Dearborn – MF
Sierra Lack, Milan – RW/L
Haley Myers, Milan – LW
Alijah Craig, Milan – FB
Anastasia Gardiner, Wapahani – FM
Audrey Hunt, Wapahani – MF/F
Rhiannon Felton, Wapahani – M
Mercedes McGraw, Yorktown – Def
Katelyn Zeiger, Wapahani – MF
Lexah Dornick, Wapahani – FWD
Tyrah Bell, Yorktown – GK

Game 1 – 10 a.m.

Sammie Malson, Rossville – DHB
Julia Malson, Rossville – MF/F
Lizbeth Hernandez, W. Noble – Mid
Emily Morren, W. Noble – STK
Shaylin Moulton, Rossville – D/LS
Marissa Heath, Rossville – D/HB
Jayden Murray, Rossville – F/MF
Amaryllis Ewellindley, Rossville – MF/D
Alyssa Macias, W. Noble – Mid
Kayla White, Wawasee – GK
Alyssa Bolyard, Wawasee – LF/RF
Jorden Habiby, Eastbrook – F/S
Giselle Flores, Tech – MF
Makaila Kremple, Tech – F/S
Natalee South, Mississinewa – CM


Game 2 – Noon

Molly Gibson, Heritage – D/Mid
Maddie Johnson, Heritage – CM/F
Khloe Gardner, Heritage – GK/D
Grace Biggins, Heritage – MF/F
Grace Bate, Shelbyville – CB/CM
Hannah Murray, Shelbyville – MF/S
Laurel Eggleston, Shelbyville – DM
Rachel Gomez, Mishawaka – F/MF
Kaylee Navarro, Mishawaka – CB
Sabrina Allen, Milan – S/FB
Toria Gobel, Milan – MF/HB
Addy Miller, Shelbyville – MD
Anna Lux, Shelbyville – OM
Mackenzie Bonar, Heritage – F/LM
Macy Nolley, Shelbyville – OD
Stephanie Frecher, Heritage – GK

Game 2 – Noon

Nikki Melton, Marquette – R/S
Michaela Jennings, Marquette – CM
Stacey Barron, Marquette – FWD
Ana Molina, Clay City – ST/AMF
Maddie Clarkson, Andrean – MF
Lorena Trujillo, Andrean – M/D
Whitney Working, Wabash – DM
Vale Reed, Wabash – SWP
Bailey Yoakum, Wabash – FWD
Cassidy Schneider, Woodlan – GK
Kaylee Smith, Woodlan – Def
Ronnie Hathaway, Woodlan – C/F
Samantha Fisher, Woodlan – MD/OD

2017 Soccer

The Post Your T E/W Soccer Games this year will be in Knightstown at Knightstown High School located on Highway U.S. 40. The date is Saturday, November 4, 2017. Game times To Be Announced.

Results from 2017 Indiana Basketball games

Sports Information Director, www.postyourt.com

Subject: PostYourT Indiana High School All Star Basketball Games honoring all four classes
When: Saturday April 1, 2017
Where: Knightstown High School gymnasium in Knightstown, Indiana
Producer: www.postyourt.com

Here are the results of the games and point totals for all of the girls and boys competing in the 13th Annual (THE ORIGINAL) Indiana East vs. West High School All-Star Basketball games produced by postyourt.com.

Class 1-2A: EAST 74, West 52
The East never trailed, as it bolted to an early 8-0 lead and stretched it to 38-18 at intermission. The second half was fairly evenly contested, as the East outscored the West by just 36-34 to get the 22-point victory.
West (52)
Ketelynn Hall (Frontier) 12, Elle Deardorff (Logansport) 8, Macey Marvel (South Knox) 6, Maddi Evans (Madison-Grant) 6, Hannah Smith (Dugger Union) 6, Kinzi Brooks (Tri-County) 4, Rainey Kinnard (Dugger Union) 4, Morgan Wood (Waldron) 3, Kyndall Foli (Dugger Union) 3, Shelby Osborne (South Knox) 0.
East (74)
Rylee Morris (Indianapolis Lutheran) 18, DeKayla Elliott (Muncie Central) 9, Taylor Streander (Borden) 9, Emmie Pugh (Cambridge City Lincoln) 9, Lindsey Williams (Blue River Valley ) 7, Hattie Griffitts (West Washington) 6, Darianne Snyder (Indianapolis Lutheran) 6, Cora Miller (West Washington) 6, Laynie Russell (Cambridge City Lincoln) 2, Audrey Felix (Blue River Valley) 2, Piper Hensley (Crothersville) 0.

Class 1-2A: EAST 74, West 54
Leading 11-10 five minutes into the game, the East outscored the West 45-18 over the next 20 minutes to grab a big 56-28 advantage at intermission. To its credit, the West didn’t give up and trimmed the East lead to 64-49 with 6:25 remaining before the East settled for the 20-point victory.
West (54)
Autumn Everson (Dugger Union) 18, Madeline Schumacher (North Judson) 11, Kristie Williams (South Knox) 7, Mia Riese (Hebron) 6, Samantha Molchan (Hebron) 5, Morgan Engstrom (South Knox) 4, Jarissa Page (South Knox) 2, Morgan Schumacher (North Judson) 1. Brooke Everson (Dugger Union) 0, Tanner Roy (Hebron) 0, Allyson Hauk (Knightstown) 0.
East (74)
Taylor Henderson (Hauser) 18, Haley Foster (Blue River Valley) 13, Hannah Foster (Blue River Valley) 11, Danyelle Hutson (Madison-Grant) 8, Tori Jayne Chandler (Hauser) 5, Carli Boggs (Wapahani) 5, Alexis Westerfield (Indianapolis Manual) 4, Lauren McGuire (Madison-Grant) 4, Lexi Lyon (Fremont) 4, Makayla Livers (Indianapolis Manual) 2, Isabelle Dangerfield (Fremont) 0.

Class 3-4A: WEST 50, East 24
The taller West team rolled to an 11-0 advantage on its way to a 25-7 lead at intermission. The East scored the first seven points of the second half to pull to within 25-14 before the West asserted its dominance again to post the 26-point win.
West (50)
Asia Strong (South Bend Riley) 17, Kyrstin Green (Lafayette Jeff) 9, Summer Sanders (Mt. Vernon-Posey) 6, Jazmen Watts (South Bend Riley) 6, Kiara Lewis (Lafayette Jeff) 5, Ryana Watson (West Washington) 3, Casey Schroeder (Wawasee) 2, Destinee Cross (Lafayette Jeff) 2.
East (24)
Taylor Johns (Wapahani) 7, Alyssa Edwards (Corydon Central) 6, Alexis Westerfield (Indianapolis Manual) 5, Stacy Fox (South Decatur) 3, Azhure Shotwell (Indianapolis Manual) 2, Taylor Best (South Decatur) 1, Payton Johns (Wapahani) 0, Z’lisia Hankston (Indianapolis Manual) 0, Madison Engelman (Corydon Central) 0.

Class 3-4A: WEST 74, East 72 (OT)
In probably the best game Saturday, the West needed an extra period to defeat the East in the final girls game of the day. The West rolled to a 25-16 lead before the East trimmed its deficit to 35-33 at intermission. The East then grabbed a 44-39 advantage early in the second half before the West forged a tie at 60-all. The contest was tied at 72-72 at the end of regulation and sudden death ensued, with the first team to score in the untimed extra session being declared the winner. After each team had a couple possessions in overtime, the West’s Brooklyn Radtke hit a close-in bucket to win the game for her team.
West (74)
Jaelah Crosby (Evansville Bosse) 21, Brandi Norton (Lafayette Jeff) 20, Brooklyn Radtke (Rensselaer Central) 10, Nykela Haskins (Lafayette Jeff) 9, Bianca Radtke (Rensselaer Central) 8, Azhure Shotwell (Indianapolis Manual) 4, Jordyn Graham (Gibson Southern) 2, Z’lisia Hankston (Indianapolis Manual) 0.
East (72)
Taneigh Boyd (Munster) 22, Miranda Bieghler (South Putnam) 13, Madeline Lawrence (Winchester) 12, Lauren Godwin (Owen Valley) 9, Makayla Livers (Indianapolis Manual) 5, Deja Faust (Hammond Clark) 5, Markeysha Coleman (Bowman Academy) 4, Abigail Herrington (Owen Valley) 2, Lillie Smith (Delphi) 0, Kaitlyn Garcia (Clinton Central) 0.

Class 1-2A: EAST 91, West 85
Led by boys from Henry and Delaware Counties, the East toppled the West by six points in the first boys game of the day. The East bolted to a 29-15 lead before the West trimmed its deficit a bit to trail 49-38 at intermission. The West continued its comeback in the second half and cut the East advantage to 83-80 late in the contest before the East iced its victory.
West (85)
Julien Stewart (Lanesville) 18, Kierson Watts (Covenant Christian) 15, Jordan Clark (Paoli) 14, Wes Rischer (Bethesda Christian) 14, Ridge Hall (Eastern-Pekin) 12, Korey Nichols (Trader’s Point Christian) 7, Ashton Minton (Paoli) 5.
East (91)
Trey Klein (Blue River Valley) 18, Braydin Myers (Shenandoah) 17, Sutter Foster (Wes-Del) 16, Ryan Hale (Daleville) 12, Noah Brown (Blue River Valley) 11, Tevin Richards (Wes-Del) 6, James Pugh (Cambridge City Lincoln) 6, Caleb Craig (Cambridge City Lincoln) 3, Austin Wampler (Cambridge City Lincoln) 2.

Class 1-2A: WEST 121, East 89
After trailing early, the West soared to a 40-27 advantage before settling for a 57-47 lead at intermission. The West gradually expanded its advantage in the second half to record the 32-point victory.
West (121)
Carter Meunier (Heritage Hills) 37, Wes Rischer (Bethesda Christian) 29, John Messer (Oregon-Davis) 20, Jayden Wagoner (Loogootee) 13, Tye Collins (Loogootee) 9, Bruce Cain (Irvington Prep Academy) 7, Nathan Bachman (Borden) 6.
East (89)
Chase Southerland (Cambridge City Lincoln) 28, Cameron Hollingsworth (Wapahani) 15, Cole Alexander (Lapel) 8, Jaylen Taylor (South Spencer) 8, Luke Cross (Blue River Valley) 8, Keaton Southerland (Cambridge City Lincoln) 7, Hayden Pierce (Cambridge City Lincoln) 6, Preston Scott (Lapel) 6, Cole Cross (Blue River Valley) 3.

Class 3-4A: WEST 118, East 100
Like the game preceding it, the final game of the day was played at a fast pace. The East had a 33-21 lead in the first half before the West put on the after-burners to outscore the East 35-13 the remainder of the first half and grab a 56-46 advantage at intermission. The East came to within 88-82 in the second half before the West pulled away for the 18-point victory.
West (118)
Kellen Schreiber (Indianapolis Roncalli) 27, Anthony Terrell (Indianapolis Northwest) 20, Jakeem Muhammad (Indiana Math & Science) 19, Elliott Gross (North Putnam) 14, Aaron Reed (Indiana Math & Science) 14, Semaj Danley (Perry Meridian) 11, Riley Carter (Indianapolis Scecina) 9, Brice Langford (Perry Meridian) 4.
East (100)
Raphael Williams (Anderson) 20, Zacarius Milhouse (Anderson) 18, Brecar Clark (New Haven) 14, Austyn Farley (Rushville) 12, Dakota Barkley (Churubusco) 12, Bryant Hilbert (Cambridge City Lincoln) 9, Donvynn Lewis (New Haven) 9, John Messer (Oregon-Davis) 6.

Don Shondell Girls All-Star Volleyball Games

PostYourT is honored to produce the “Coach Don Shondell” All-Star Volleyball Games. Showcasing the top players from all over Indiana. Stay tuned for more updates on games and rosters.

Saturday, November 26th, 2016
200 South CR 600 W.
Yorktown, IN

For more information call Coach Mike Walker BS, MA at 765-635-6360.



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BOYS GAME 2: East 4, West 4 (tie)

No one scored in the first 20 minutes of the final game of the day until the East got a goal at the 19:54 mark of the first half when Tristan Vickers of Wood Memorial powered in a goal for a 1-0 advantage.

A little less than nine minutes later, the East increased its advantage to 2-0 when Austin Lindzy of Lowell kicked the ball into the net 10:56 before halftime.

The West avoided being shut out in the opening 40 minutes when Aaron Wills of Beech Grove powered the ball into the twine 3:18 before intermission, cutting the East lead to 2-1 at the break.

Almost 30 minutes passed before a goal was scored in the second half, but William Rubino of Michigan City broke the ice at the 10:41 mark to boost the East advantage to 3-1.

That two-goal lead lasted exactly 73 seconds until Jay Pike of Northwestern scored with 9:28 left to trim the West’s deficit to 3-2. Tristan Vickers got his second goal of the game with 6:16 remaining to give the East a seemingly safe 4-2 advantage.

But Pike scored goals at the 3:16 mark and with 1:20 left in the contest to complete the hat trick and pull the West into a 4-4 tie, which is the way the game ended.

Jake Price of Wood Memorial and Rhiggs Thomas of Michigan City shared goalkeeper duties for the East, and Connor Donaldson from Michigan City Marquette Catholic was goalkeeper for the West.

Postyourt would like to thank the players, parents, sponsors, and fans in attendance for another successful event.



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BOYS GAME 1: WEST 12, East 1

Who could have foreseen this when no one scored for almost 15 minutes, and then the first goal was kicked into the net by South Bend Riley’s Marco Alvarez to give the East a 1-0 lead at the 25:01 mark of the first half?

The East didn’t score again. The West started its onslaught Tyler Slack of Tipton knocked in a goal with 19:42 left in the first half to tie the game at 1-1.

Tipton’s Luke Tragesser scored the first two of his quartet of goals at the 16:21 and 13:55 marks of the first half to boost the West’s advantage to 3-1. Cameron Anderson of Bedford-North Lawrence increased the West lead to 4-1 with a goal 6:48 before intermission.

It didn’t take Luke Tragesser long to get the hat trick after play resumed in the second half, as he tickled the twine 49 seconds into the period to make the West advantage 5-1.

Over the next 10 minutes or so, the West powered in four more goals for a 9-1 lead. Luke Tragesser scored his fourth goal at the 35:49 mark, Carter Jones of Wawasee tallied at 34:12, Zach Bradshaw of Bedford-North Lawrence scored with 33:37 left, and Slack scored his second goal of the day at the 28:48 mark.

“I scored six goals in a sectional game against Taylor,” Luke Tragesser said, “but scoring four goals in an all-star game is nice. Coming into a game like this, all of the players here are talented. But our team really jelled. We worked the ball around well, shared it, passed really well, and a lot of people got to score. I had a great time. I’m a senior and plan to go to IUPUI and major in criminal justice. I don’t know if I’ll play soccer, but I hope I get the opportunity.”

David Tragesser of Tipton scored a goal with 21:12 left to increase the West lead to 10-1, and the West wrapped up the scoring about 11 minutes later when Brady Wickersham of Wawasee kicked the ball in at the 12:26 mark and Tipton’s Spencer Cox made it a big day for the Blue Devils with a goal with 10:07 remaining for the final 12-1 score.

“I had fun and got to play a lot,” the East’s Jordan Richardson of host Knightstown said. “They (West) were a really talented team and are good people. I’m a junior, so I’ll be back to play soccer again next year.”

Nate Bartlett of Bedford-North Lawrence was the goalkeeper for the West, and Cole Garrison of Connersville and Noah Colvin of Caston shared goalkeeper duties for the East.



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GIRLS GAME 2: WEST 9, East 1

The West girls overpowered the East team in a contest that featured the first of two players who scored four goals apiece in Saturday’s games. Another West girl had a hat trick in the game.

No scoring occurred on either side until Bailey Yoakum of Wabash kicked the ball into the net at the 15:46 mark of the first half to give the West a 1-0 lead.

A little more than two minutes later, Stacey Barron of Michigan City Marquette Catholic scored with 13:27 remaining in the half to boot the West advantage to 2-0.

About seven minutes passed until Yoakum powered her second goal into the twine at the 6:25 mark of the initial period, and Yoakum completed the hat trick with another goal at the 2:56 mark to boost the West lead to 4-0 at intermission.

The West continued to assault the goal when play resumed in the second half, as Clay City’s Ana Molina scored back-to-back goals at the 37:08 and 35:11 marks of the period for a 6-0 West advantage.

The East finally removed their goose egg from the scoreboard with 28:52 remaining in the second half when Mishawaka’s Rachel Gomez scored to pull the East to within 6-1.

Barron scored her second goal of the game with 18:12 left to boost the West lead to 7-1, Yoakum tallied her fourth goal of the day at the 7:41 mark for an 8-1 advantage, and Molina completed her hat trick by booting the ball into the net with 5:44 remaining in the contest for a 9-1 West lead to close the scoring.

“I’ve never scored four goals in a game before,” Yoakum said afterward. “I have to credit the other girls on my team for getting me the ball where I could score them. We had a really talented team and I enjoyed myself today. I’m a junior and this year was the first year we had a soccer team at Wabash and we finished 3-4-1. We got to play Northwestern in the sectional and that was a good experience.”

Cassidy Schneider of Woodlan was goalkeeper for the West, and Stephanie Frecher of Heritage was the goalkeeper for the East.



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GIRLS GAME 1: WEST 2, East 1

The first half was scoreless as both goalkeepers, the East’s Tyra Bell of Yorktown and the West’s Kayla White of Wawasee, recorded a number of saves and the defense of both teams played well.

Finally, the West’s Emily Morren of West Noble booted a goal into the net at the 36:21 mark of the second half to give her team a 1-0 lead. A little less than five minutes later, Jayden Murray of Rossville scored a goal to put the West in front at the 31:51 mark 2-0.

The East scored its first goal with 25:07 remaining in the game as Erin Huber from South Dearborn was able to tickle the twine, pulling the East to within 2-1.

No more scoring occurred in the contest, although both teams had several opportunities each to do so.

2016 Soccer Games Details

Date of Games: November 5, 2016
Location: Knightstown High School at 8149 W. U.S. Hwy 40, Knightstown, IN 46148

Girls Games: 10 a.m. and Noon.     Boys Games: 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.

Admission: $8.00 Adults, $5.00 Grades 1-12. ALL DAY PASS GOOD FOR ALL 4 GAMES

All players are asked to check-in 30 minutes before their game. Jerseys will be supplied but each player should bring their own black shorts.