The Dickson Post has selected its 2019 All-Dickson County soccer team.
Dickson County’s Gracie Buchahan earned Player of the Year honors after a stellar sophomore season.
Dickson County (16-3) had yet another successful season with coach Chris Cardona at the helm. Nine seniors helped lead the Lady Cougars to the District 11-AAA title for the second straight year.
Creek Wood (2-12) began a new era under coach Kate Siddall and showed signs of improvement during the season.
Nominations were submitted by both head coaches, and the Dickson Post sports staff made final decisions on the awards. The full team is listed below:
Player of the Year: Gracie Buchanan – Dickson County, Wing
The sophomore was Dickson County’s leading scorer with 18 goals and seven assists. She was also selected as the District 11-AAA Most Valuable Player.
All-County First Team:
Emily James – Dickson County, Forward: 11 goals, 3 assists
Payton Louth – Dickson County, Midfielder: 8 goals, 6 assists
Samantha Deems – Dickson County, Wing, seven goals, 11 assists
Annabeth Woodard – Dickson County, Midfielder: 3 goals, 6 assists
Kylea Heath – Dickson County, Goalkeeper: 58 saves, 10 shutouts
Meghan Hodi – Dickson County, Defensive Midfielder: 2 goals, 3 assists
Bella Cardona – Dickson County, Outside Back
Rylee Reynolds – Dickson County, Outside Back
Katelyn Underwood – Creek Wood, Forward: team’s leading scorer
Andrea Miller – Creek Wood, Midfielder
Chay Lee – Creek Wood, Goalkeeper
Miranda Lovelace – Creek Wood, Outside Back
Jaycie Luster – Creek Wood, Center Back
Sahira Gonzalez – Creek Wood, Midfielder
Madison Craft – Dickson County, Center Back
Emma Johnson – Dickson County, Outside Back
*Statistics were provided by coaches