Lehi Free Press All-City Girls Soccer – Fall 2020
Most Valuable Player
Kennedi Schmidt (Sr. Lehi): Scored 18 goals and eight assists to help the Pioneers earn the Region 7 title. Also the second-leading scorer in Lehi history with 71 goals in her career. The UNLV commit had a killer instinct and a winning mind set.
Most Inspirational Player
Claire Robbins (Sr. Lehi): Received multiple honors despite playing only half a season due to an injury. The College of Northern Idaho commit continued to lead her team from the sideline even when she could no longer play.
Haley Martin (Sr. Lehi): Her motor never stops and she’s always working. Five goals. Received the team Pioneer Spirit Award.
Stephanie Roper (So. Lehi): She’s the fastest player on the team and had an amazing attitude. Eight goals and five assists.
Ally Dahl (Jr. Lehi): Six goals and nine assists. The heart of her team, the coach considers her the best midfielder in the region.
Yin Nawahine (Sr. Skyridge): A really bright spot on her team, she was kind, respectful and a hard worker. Five points.
Madison Snyder (Sr. Skyridge): Dangerous in the final third, tremendous athlete who could play anywhere. Nine points.
Savannah Jones (Jr. Lehi): Awarded team defensive player of the year. Super athletic competitor who helped win region.
Adysen Miller (Jr. Lehi): Moved from the midfield to the back line after Robbins went down and did an amazing job.
Kylee Phillips (Jr. Skyridge): Did things simple. Played well under pressure and was able to anchor a young back line.
Kailey Robertson (Sr. Lehi): Helped hold the team together after the Robbins injury with her leadership and her example.
Hayley Ogden (So. Lehi): Credited with 62 saves and had five shutouts. Came up with key stops in multiple games.