GIRLS' SOCCER ALL-STARS: Three senior standouts earn York-Adams player-of-year honors

West York's Alexis Miller sends a long-distance kick into the Eastern York goal for the Bulldog's first goal of the game,
Thursday, October 1, 2020.
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  • Spring Grove's Carley Kibler (20 assists, 12 goals) is the York-Adams D-I Player of the Year.
  • West York's Alexis Miller (14 goals, nine assists) is the York-Adams D-II Player of the Year.
  • Fairfield's Naia Roberts (seven goals, two assists) is the York-Adams D-III Player of the Year.
Carley Kibler

Three seniors, who will leave lasting legacies on the girls' soccer programs at their respective schools, have earned player-of-the-year honors from the York-Adams League coaches.

Spring Grove's Carley Kibler (Division I), West York's Alexis Miller (Division II) and Fairfield's Naia Roberts (Division III) were recognized as the top players in their divisions when the league's coaches selected the all-star players from the 2020 season.

In addition, the coaches named three coaches of the year. They were Central York's Nathan Trimmer (Division I), Gettysburg's John Colgan (Division II) and Delone Catholic's Derf Maitland (Division III).

Kibler was a four-year starter and a three-year captain for the Rockets, scoring 65 goals during her career. As a junior, she scored 23 goals during a season when the Rockets won just two games. As a senior, she had 20 assists and 12 goals, helping the Rockets improve to a six-win season.

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Miller, meanwhile, also played a large role in helping her Bulldogs team make some big strides in 2020. After a 2-10-0 division mark in 2019, West York improved markedly to 7-5-0 this season. Miller, a four-year starter, finished her senior season with 14 goals, including a pair of hat tricks. She also had nine assists.

Roberts had seven goals and two assists this season for a Fairfield team that went 10-1-1 in the regular season and shared the D-III title with Bermudian Springs. Roberts is Fairfield's central midfielder and dominated the middle of the field in division play.  She is known for shutting down the most dangerous player on the opposing team and for regularly regaining possession from the other team. Fairfield won at least a share of the D-III title in each of Roberts' four years. Fairfield will play for the District 3 Class 1-A  title at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Gettysburg High against Mount Calvary Christian.

Trimmer won the D-I coaching award after leading the Panthers to 14-0-0 division record. Five of his players were named either first- or second-team D-I all-stars.

Colgan took the D-II coaching honor after guiding the Warriors to a 12-0-0 record in D-II action. His Warriors placed seven players on the all-star list.

Maitland took the D-III coaching accolade after his Delone team finished 5-7-0 in the division. The Squirettes had three all-stars.

Following is the complete list of all-stars.


Division I

Player of the Year: Carley Kibler, Spring Grove.

Coach of the Year: Nathan Trimmer, Central York.

First Team

Delaney Bittner, Red Lion.

Sarah Crusse, Central York.

Megan Elzinga, Northeastern.

Maggie Groh, Dallastown.

Lorelei Hartzfeld, Northeastern.

Logan Jennings, Northeastern.

Carley Kibler, Spring Grove.

Ava Myers, Central York.

Myra Striebig, Dallastown.

Morgan Wood, Central York.

Annabell Wunderlich, Dallastown.

Second Team

Dannah Bittner, Red Lion.

Maya Fetrow, Dover.

Kacie Hoppel, Dover.

Jordyn Jennings, Northeastern.

Kira Kenney, South Western.

Aidan Lese, Dallastown.

Kaitlyn Naylor, Central York.

Jazmine Parker, Central York.

Daphne Riddle, Red Lion.

Chloe Tollinger, Red Lion.

Gretchen Turner, Northeastern.

Division II

Player of the Year: Alexis Miller, West York.

Coach of the Year: John Colgan, Gettysburg.

First Team

Lydia Gable, Kennard-Dale.

Abby Henise, Eastern York.

Wrena Wentz, New Oxford.

Kyla Anderson, New Oxford.

Brooke Sargen, York Suburban.

Emily Rathell, Susquehannock.

Shelby Derkosh, Susquehannock.

Alexis Miller, West York.

Jaelynn Small, West York.

Lora Bertram, Gettysburg.

Alivia Colgan, Gettysburg.

Alison Harvey, Gettysburg.

Maddy Gaydon, Gettysburg.

Second Team

Brianna Mack, Kennard-Dale.

Liz Heistand, Eastern York.

Hanna Sellers, Eastern York.

Hannah Drahuzs, York Suburban.

Isabel Coy, York Suburban.

Kaitlyn Krebs, Susquehannock.

Mikayla Hostler, Kennard-Dale.

Alyssa Denney, West York.

Rylee Cessna, West York.

Paula Laracuente, West York.

Audrey Robertson, Gettysburg.

Autumn Oaster, Gettysburg.

Aurelia Santoyo, Gettysburg.

Katelyn Motter, New Oxford.

Division III

Player of the Year: Naia Roberts, Fairfield.

Coach of Year: Derf Maitland, Delone Catholic.

First Team

Naia Roberts, Fairfield.

Honey Strosnider, Fairfield.

Emma Dennison, Fairfield.

Bailey Oehmig, Bermudian Springs.

Hannah Chenault, Bermudian Springs.

Bernie Schintz, York Catholic.

Sydney Mentzer, York Catholic.

Mary Dizor, Delone Catholic.

Maddie O'Brien, Delone Catholic.

Brylee Rogers, Biglerville.

Leah Stevens, Littlestown.

Second Team

Therese Phelan, Fairfield.

Liv Cliber, Fairfield.

Audrey Chesko, Fairfield.

Jamylett Lua, Bermudian Springs.

Lillian LaBure, Bermudian Springs.

Corrin Himes, Bermudian Springs.

Kathleen McKeague, York Catholic.

Carly Poff, York Catholic.

Sarah Swinger, Delone Catholic.

Kate Woolson, Biglerville.

Olivia Topper, Hanover.

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