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Antonson, who scored 46 goals and had eight assists, was voted the NWOC player of the year.

PMG PHOTO: DEREK WILEY - Wilsonville sophomore Lindsey Antonson was voted NWOC Girls Soccer Player of the Year.

Wilsonville had 10 players honored by the Northwest Oregon Conference girls soccer coaches.

Sophomore forward Lindsey Antonson, who scored 46 goals and had eight assists, was voted the league's player of the year.

Joining Antonson on the First Team were senior midfielder Araxi Tejada Martinez, sophomore defender Katelyn McDougal and senior goalkeeper Kendall Taylor.

Martinez scored 10 goals and had eight assists for the Wildcats.

Senior forward Renee Lee, sophomore midfielder Karina Borgen and junior defender Keira McNamee were all selected to the Second Team.

Lee scored 11 goals and recorded eight assists. Borgen added three goals and four assists. McNamee scored two goals.

Senior midfielder Camryn Pettenger-Willey, sophomore defender Dalton Mermis and senior midfielder Kylie Aube were all honorable mentions.

Wilsonville had nine players named to the boys soccer all-conference teams.

Junior forward Adam Landy, senior midfielder Sam Blohn and senior defender Ryan McCord were voted to the First Team.

Second Team selections included Wilsonville senior forward Elijah Powlison, senior midfielder Angel Ulloa Romero, senior midfielder Matthew Little, sophomore defender Joseph Friedman and junior goalkeeper George Krecklow.

Senior defender Daniel Espinoza was an honorable mention.

Ian Reschke was voted Coach of the Year after the Wildcats finished 12-4-3 overall and second in the NWOC and Class 5A.

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