F JORDAN CARLBERG
An all-district repeater, had 34 goals and 10 assists while leading Bulldogs to Sac-Joaquin Section Division I final, where they fell 1-0 to St. Francis. Her four-year varsity totals were 104 goals and 42 assists.
F LEXI KOPF
Capped career by taking 'Cats to the Division IV title -- the third section crown in a row -- and a No. 17 national ranking. Had 36 goals, giving her 128 as a Wildcat, and 12 assists. Headed to UC Irvine on scholarship.
F BLAKE LOPES
Headed off to Arizona State to play soccer and study kinesiology, Lopes had 20 goals and 24 assists while leading the 'Jackets to a second consecutive section Division V championship.
MF HAYLEE BETTENCOURT
The WAC MVP for the second year in a row, had 28 goals and 18 assists as the 'Jackets avenged two WAC defeats by beating rival Central Catholic 1-0 in the section final. She's No. 1 in her class of 185 with a 4.29 GPA.
MF NICOLE VANNI
Finished with a flurry, scoring in 13 of the 'Wolves final 15 matches, including a goal in the 2-1 loss in the section playoffs. Had a goal and assist in upset of Sonora, and totaled 27 goals and 13 assists.
MF KYLIE PILLON
TVL MVP was glue that kept team together, playing every minute of every match. Led district with 25 assists and is Ripon's No. 6 career scorer. Scored in 1-0 win over Hughson to clinch TVL crown.
MF KRISTA MESSER
Ability to control the center of the field led the surprising Pride to second place in the CCC and a playoff berth. Had six goals and an assist, but her strength was turning back attacks on Pride's side of the field.
D ALYSSA STEARNS
All-district repeater and four-time all-MMC pick, played every minute on a defense that gave up three goals in 14-0-1 MMC campaign. Has a scholarship to play for UC Riverside next season.
D HILARY CALLAHAN
Three-year starter is fast, strong and exceptional at clearing balls in the air, coach Buzz Garvin noted. Played center fullback on a defense that allowed just seven goals during 'Cats 26-2-2 season.
D CHELSEA DAVIS
The aggressive defender led a defense that allowed only 27 goals in 29 games and was the foundation for the 'Dogs CCC title. Turlock posted 12 shutouts and allowed two goals in four playoff matches.
GK BEKAH GARVIN
Led section with 23 shutouts, raising career total to 46 and putting her within range of the state record of 59 shutouts in a career. Started all three section finals and has verbally committed to Concordia University.
Coach DENNIS BISHOP
In his seventh season, Bishop led the Bulldogs to a third consecutive CCC title and within a win of a section title. Turlock was 21-6-2 this year and 64-11-7 over the past three seasons.
SECOND TEAM -- G: Krystal Gaglio, Hilmar. D: Morgan Moore, Escalon; Apryl Whitney, Modesto; Erica Lua, Downey; Yadira Garcia, Denair; Devon Lapenias, Central Catholic; Kate Isganitus, Ripon. MF: Jacky Gonzalez, Beyer; Stephanie Manseau, Central Catholic; Bailey Tucker, Hughson; Iris Quiroga, Oakdale; Sierra Licata, Modesto Christian. F: Denise Lopez, Le Grand; Ebie Harris, Beyer; Meredith Perkins, Ripon; Cassie Gause, Manteca; Jessica Herrera, Patterson.
-- CAPSULES BY
RICHARD T. ESTRADA