American Fork | Defender | Senior
Known as the Cavemen's "Silent Assassin," Jones was the strongest defender on a team that matched Davis in goals allowed (8) and shutouts (13). While Jones is not a very talkative leader, American Fork coach Derek Dunn said that she led her teammates by example. "Lauren is not the most vocal woman, but she knows where to be, when to be there, how to get her defense organized, and she works really well with our keeper," Dunn said. "She's a leader on the field by the way she plays."
Skyline | Defender | Senior
The "heart and soul of the defense" according to Skyline coach Yamil Castillo, Gill's play led to nine shutouts for the Eagles, with only 14 goals allowed all season (five of which came in their final game against Timpview in the 4A semifinals). "She's strong, feisty and not afraid to attack the ball," Castillo said. "She's also a great organizer in the back. Her leadership and her attitude are very important. When I'm looking around at players and how they contribute to the team both on and off the field, she stands out."
Lone Peak | Defender | Senior
The outside-back was instrumental in shutting down opposing forwards and then getting her team turned around and heading towards goal on offense. "Callie is great with her one-on-one defending, and she's very patient with the forwards she is up against," Lone Peak coach Heather Dahl said. "More importantly, she reads the offensive buildup of the other team and knows when to step in quickly before we lose control. She's very quick and has the ability to make those quick decisions, win the ball from the forwards, then move us out of the back and into our offense." Burt, an Air Force Academy commit, was the focal point of a defense that only allowed 13 goals all season.
Davis | Forward/Midfielder | Senior