When it comes to girls soccer in Rogers County, Verdigris forward Caitlyn Hanslovan plays to ‘higher level’ than her opponents.
Hanslovan’s aggressive demeanor on the field helped land the incoming senior first-team honors on the Tulsa World All-Metro Girls Soccer team for the second consecutive year.
This past season, Hanslovan tallied a team-high 22 goals and 13 assists to lead the Lady Cardinals to the Class 4A state championship.
Heading into her final season at Verdigris, Hanslovan, who has comitted to Oral Roberts University, has 69 career goals and three state championships.
Also receiving honorable mention Tulsa World All-Metro honors for Verdigris were: Shelby Anderson, senior forward; Taylor Beck, junior midfielder; Jade Graves, junior goalkeeper; Aubrey Lindsey, junior sweeper and Summer Witt, junior midfielder.
The first-team All-Metro recipients were the following girls soccer players:
* Cassidy Chappell, senior midfielder, Owasso.
* Sara Clarke, sophomore midfielder, Tulsa Edison.
* Bailey Haydock, senior midfielder, Bishop Kelley.
* Liz Keester, senior forward, Jenks.
* Claire Kelley, senior forward, Bishop Kelley.
* Kaela Little, senior goalkeeper, Bishop Kelley.
* Claire Maris, senior defender, Tulsa Union.
* Shiloh Price, senior midfielder, Broken Arrow.
* Katie Sprouse, senior midfielder, Bishop Kelley.
* Tatum Wagner, sophomore forward, Bixby.
Catoosa’s Haylie Kinzey, a senior forward, was named to the second team.
Honorable mention honors went to the following Rogers County players:
Catoosa — Jordan Burch, Shelbi Gann and Caylee Winterburg.
Claremore Sequoyah — Tana Dake, Haley Saul and Callie Wangsgard.
Keester, of Jenks, received the Tulsa World All-Metro Player of the Year after leading the Lady Trojans to the Class 6A State Runner-up trophy this past spring.
Keester tallied 32 goals as a senior and finished her impressive career with a school-record 82 goals.
Keester will attend Texas A&M and compete in the Southeastern Conference this fall.