Courtney Cardwell

GK • Jr. • Claremore

Made 76 saves and allowed just five goals all season, recording 10 shutouts, including a 10-save clean sheet in the 5A state final as the Zebras claimed their first state championship.

Ellie Chapple

MF • Jr. • Bishop Kelley

Named team MVP, scoring 10 goals and 14 assists, helping the Comets go 15-3 and reach Class 5A state final. “The life blood of our team,” said Kelley coach Troy Tokarchik. “Connects the defense and the offense.”

Breezie Davis

MF • Jr. • Verdigris

Topped squad with 21 goals and 12 assists, helping lead the Cardinals to the Class 4A state final for the fifth time in the last six years. Took all free kicks, corner kicks and even some late-game goal kicks.

Maggie Ertl

F • Jr. • Bishop Kelley

Totaled 23 goals and six assists as offensive leader for potent team attack that amassed 92 goals this year, helping lead the Comets to the Class 5A state final.

Parker Goins

F • Jr. • Union

Despite missing half the season while playing with the U.S. national U18 team, scored 10 goals, including two in the state final as the Redskins won their second straight 6A title. Also won Oklahoma Gatorade Player of the Year.

Jordan Langebartels

F • Sr. • Summit Christian

Scored 24 goals and 15 assists as Eagles won second straight district title. All-Metro player of the year in 2014. ORU commit finished HS career with 137 goals, including 30 game-winners.

Taylor Malham

MF • Jr. • Union

Team’s leading scorer with 15 goals and 19 assists, already committed to the University of Arkansas. Scored important insurance goal in state final that helped seal Redskins’ second straight 6A championship.

Brianna McGowan

MF • Jr. • Owasso

Selected as team MVP after scoring 11 goals and 12 assists, helping the Rams advance to the Class 6A state final, in which she scored the team’s only goal.

Reagan Richins

GK • Sr. • Edison

Recorded 158 saves on the season, while registering eight shutouts and three shoot-out victories. Allowed just six goals over the final 11 games, in which the Eagles went 8-3 and advanced to the 5A state quarterfinals.

Hannah Warner

GK • Jr. • Owasso

Posted 15 shutouts, surrendering just eight goals all season, with just two coming during a 17-game winning streak that ended with a loss in the 6A state final. Made 54 total saves, including 11 in the championship game.

Brian Elliott

Coach of the year • Union

Despite losing five senior starters off the 2015 Class 6A state title team, molded a new group of champions, as the Redskins went undefeated for the second straight year (36 straight wins and counting) to win the crown again.


Sophie Berry, D, sophomore, Bishop Kelley

Emma Foster, MF, junior, Summit Christian

Ashlyn Kitterman, D, junior, Bixby

Payton Lieb, F, sophomore, Union

Hannah Marshall, F, sophomore, Victory Christian

Lauren Parker, D, senior, Jenks

Sarah Rector, F, senior, Owasso

Audrey Rozell, D, junior, Summit Christian

Jasmine Scott, F, sophomore, Porter

Jessica Williams, GK, senior, Verdigris

Kayla Williams, D, freshman, Claremore


Bartlesville: Madison Brost, Kelsie Eason

Bishop Kelley: Maddie Garrison, Samantha Mickle

Bixby: Kaitlyn Asher

Booker T. Washington: Lauren Cousins, Lauren Ketchum, Alex Walsh

Broken Arrow: Gracie Hair, Reagan Whitlow

Cascia Hall: Katie Smith

Claremore: Taryn Kedzior, Chandler Payne

Collinsville: Mia Bowers

Coweta: Madison Bingham, Callie Rucker

Fort Gibson: Gabby Escamillia, Brooke Hatchette

Jenks: Nayeli Perez, Taylor Pugh, Hannah Roth

Metro Christian: Olivia Gordon, Madison Horton, Chloe Tregoning

Oologah: Krystal Holley

Owasso: Lauren Mitchell, Shannon Smith

Pryor: Amber Frailey, Whitney Jackson

Union: Paige Hobart, Haley Vanfossen

Verdigris: Aubrey Lechilder