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Originally published December 5, 2007 at 12:00 AM | Page modified December 5, 2007 at 9:43 AM


2007 Star Times Girls Soccer

Star Times girls soccer team

How the teams are selected: Star Times all-area teams are chosen by Seattle Times reporters, free-lancers and editors covering high-school sports. Selections must be from schools in King and Snohomish counties, or in the Metro, WesCo or SPSL 3A leagues.

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Kristi Kingma

Jackson, MF, Sr.

Helped lead Jackson to Class 4A state playoffs and WesCo South Division title. The Timberwolves of Mill Creek made state in all of Kingma's seasons. Scored 22 goals and had seven assists for team that finished 15-2-1. Will play basketball for Washington.

Rachel Givens

Auburn Riverside, GK, Sr.

Star Times goalie for second straight year after posting 12 more shutouts, giving her a school-record 45 in four years. Allowed only three goals in 16 regular-season matches. Voted MVP in SPSL 3A. On Riverside basketball team that won the 3A title last season.

Nicole Peterson

Beamer, D, Sr.

The anchor of a stingy defense that allowed only two regular-season goals. Also had seven goals and five assists as the Titans of Federal Way reached the 4A title game. Three-time All-SPSL South pick will play at Seton Hall.

Kate Deines

Issaquah, MF, Sr.

All-KingCo 3A Most Valuable Player led Eagles to 19-0-1 record, conference title and their third Class 3A state championship in four years. She led KingCo 3A with 22 goals, and has signed to play for Washington.

Kate Bennett

Bellevue, MF, So.

All-KingCo 3A first-teamer made most rival coaches game plan around her, but it still didn't stop her from notching 11 goals and six assists for the Wolverines. Excellent scorer and passer can expect college recruiters' attention next season.

Kelli Stewart

Kamiak, F, Sr.

Washington-bound forward/midfielder topped WesCo South Division with 28 goals and 12 assists including a three-goal, four-assist game. Led Knights of Mukilteo to a 12-4-1 record. Plays on the regional Olympic Development Program.

Lauren McAndrews

Lakeside, D, Sr.

Metro Mountain MVP led the Lions to an undefeated regular season in a division that placed teams second and third at Class 3A state tournament. Recorded five goals and four assists while anchoring a defense that allowed nine goals. Will play for Colgate.

Kari Nordvik

Eastlake, D, Sr.

First-team All-KingCo defender was a strong part of a back line that allowed only nine goals. Led Eastlake of Sammamish to 19-0 season that culminated with a shootout victory against Beamer in the Class 4A championship game.

Pfeiffer Bloecker

Seattle Prep, F, Sr.

Four-time All-Metro Mountain first-team selection was the division's leading scorer, with 18 goals, 10 assists. Led the Panthers in goals all four years. One of the fastest players in the area. Helped Prep place at state three straight years.

Sarah Martinez

Mount Rainier, MF, Sr.

Led Rams from Des Moines to the Class 3A state playoffs with 15 goals and 14 assists. Unselfish player finished career with 52 goals and 45 assists. Voted the Seamount League Co-MVP this year. Signed with Washington.

Jackie Thomas

Kennedy, F, Sr.

Key reason Kennedy won or shared four Seamount League titles. Led the Lancers from Burien in goals (19) and assists (13). Seamount's Co-MVP finished with 51 career goals and 33 assists. Committed to Seattle University.

Sasha Shefts

Holy Names, coach

Led the Cougars to third at the Class 3A state tournament despite knee injuries to two starters. Team allowed less than one goal per game.

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