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June 20, 2013

Two local soccer players on All-State first team

TRAVERSE CITY — Harbor Springs’ Rhi Cullip and Gaylord’s Alex Simmons were the area’s two first-team All-State selections by the Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association.

Simmons was first-team in Division 2, while Cullip earned Division 4 honors.

Grayling’s Hannah Haven was a third-team Division 3 pick.

Honorable mention selections by division included:

Division 1 — Kiley Kreple, defense, TC West; Savannah Wojtanowski, goalie, TC West.

Division 2 — Abbey Fuller, forward, Cadillac; Alyssa Vanwerden, defense, Petoskey.

Division 3 — Mandy Paull, forward, Cheboygan; Jessica Smith, goalie, Cheboygan; Hailey Patterson, forward, Elk Rapids; Carley Patterson, forward, Elk Rapids; Olivia Vadeboncoeur, forward, Manistee.

Division 4 — Carolena Elowsky, defense, Charlevoix; Kira Surber, midfield, Glen Lake; Tia Esposito, forward, Harbor Springs; Libby Munoz, midfield, Leland.

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