All-5STAR GIRLS SOCCER 2021
Brinley Murphy, junior forward, Bearden: The 2021 5Star Preps Player of the Year had 30 goals and was District 4-AAA MVP and Region 2-AAA MVP as the Lady Bulldogs won the state championship.
Becca Roth, junior midfielder, Bearden: Roth was District 4-AAA Co-Offensive Player of the Year and was on the All-Region 2-AAA team, helping Bearden win the state championship.
Alayna Corbitt, senior defender, Bearden: Corbitt led a defense that set school records for shutouts and fewest goals allowed and was selected All-District 4-AAA and All-Region 2-AAA for state champion Bearden.
Kayla Barr, junior forward, Maryville: Barr had 21 goals and eight assists and was District 4-AAA Co-Offensive Player of Year as the Lady Rebels advanced to the state sectionals.
Megan Carroll, senior midfielder, Maryville: Carroll had seven goals and five assists as the Lady Rebels reached the state sectionals.
Olivia Norris, senior defender, Greeneville: Norris led a defense that posted 12 shutouts as Greeneville advanced to the Class AA state semifinals.
Allison Hansford, senior forward, McMinn County: Hansford had 38 goals and 17 assists, leading McMinn County to the Class AAA state quarterfinals.
Carolina Pittman, junior forward, Gibbs: Pittman posted 33 goals and five assists as the Lady Eagles advanced to the Class AA state tournament for the first time in school history.
Caroline Ekern, senior goalkeeper, Farragut: Ekern was the District 4-AAA Defender of the Year and posted 13 shutouts as Farragut reached the District 4-AAA semifinals.
Claire Palya, senior defender, Hardin Valley Academy: Palya had 13 goals and eight assists and is a four-time All-District 4-AAA and All-Region 2-AAA player.
Charlotte Tymon, sophomore forward, Alcoa: Tymon, the District 2-A MVP and Region 1-A Offensive Player of the Year, had 32 goals and three assists as Alcoa advanced to the Class A state championship match.
Bella Mutta, senior midfielder, Powell: Mutta led the Lady Panthers to the District 3-AAA championship and Region 2-AAA semifinals, earning district MVP honors.
COACH OF THE YEAR: Ryan Radcliffe, Bearden: Radcliffe led the Lady Bulldogs (23-0-1) to a No. 1 national ranking and the 2021 Class AAA state championship, the program’s first since 2007.
Kailyn Scott, senior midfielder, Bearden
Alivia Stott, sophomore forward, Bearden
Anna Shaw, sophomore forward, Greeneville
Emmie Harville, senior forward, Farragut
McClain Cameron, senior midfielder, Webb
Peyton Potts, junior defender, Alcoa
Aly Ramsey, junior forward/midfielder, Cumberland Gap
Addie Smith, senior midfielder, McMinn County
Macy Leadbetter, senior midfielder, Gibbs
Taylor Hoag, sophomore forward, Maryville
Emma Houser, senior forward, Seymour
Norah Jacomen, junior wing, Hardin Valley Academy