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Freiberger is OCL MVP

All-League Girls' Soccer

Estancia senior, bound for Cal State Dominguez Hills, led team with 15 goals and 10 assists.

March 25, 2011
(Scott Smeltzer…)

Estancia High senior Jackie Freiberger was named the Orange Coast League MVP for girls' soccer after helping the Eagles win their first outright league title since 1993.

She was joined on the first team by Estancia senior midfielder Erin O'Neil, junior forward Heather Flores, sophomore forward Isela Garcia and senior midfielder Alissa Schaefer. Costa Mesa senior forward Sami Feinstein was the lone Mustang on the first team.

Freiberger, who signed with Cal State Dominguez Hills, had a team-high 15 goals and 10 assists for Estancia. She helped the Eagles (14-5-3, 7-1-2 in league), win their second league title in three years and advance to the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division IV playoffs.

Feinstein, who will join Freiberger at Dominguez Hills, led the Mustangs with 13 goals and seven assists. The Mustangs finished 6-9-8, 4-3-3 in league.

Estancia senior defender Ashly Romero, senior midfielder Jessica Lyons and junior goalie Ferny Perez were second-team all-league selections. So were Costa Mesa senior defenders Shaylen McNulty and Scarlet Zambrano.

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— From staff reports

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Brahs earns PCL offensive MVP

Corona del Mar High junior Ally Brahs was named the offensive Most Valuable Player for the Pacific Coast League in girls' soccer, highlighting five Sea Kings who earned first-team honors.

Brahs, a University of Washington commit, led CdM with 16 goals. She was joined on the first team by senior goalie Lindsey Luke, sophomore midfielder Annie Alvarado and junior defenders Sydney Raguse and Amanda Stephenson.

The Wake Forest-bound Luke had 12 shutouts for CdM (15-4-5, 8-1-1 in league), which won the outright league title for the first time since 2000 and advanced to the CIF Southern Section Division I quarterfinals. Alvarado scored nine goals and led the team with seven assists.

Raguse, who recently committed to the University of Michigan, and Stephenson helped a CdM defense that allowed more than one goal just once all season.

CdM senior Kaylee O'Connor, junior Monica Venturini and sophomore Alana Hunter earned second-team all-league nods, and sophomores Maddie O'Connor and Alexa Mamatas were honorable mention. Coach Bryan Middleton said the total of 10 all-league players is a record for CdM girls' soccer.

Danielle Miller of Woodbridge was named the league's defensive MVP.

— From staff reports

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Khademi, Swift earn first-team nods

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