Thorsness, a center, scored a team-high 88 goals and added a team-high 52 steals for the Mustangs (11-12). The 88 goals is third on the Mesa single-season all-time list.
Hill, a defender, was second on the team with 35 goals and 34 steals and led the Mustangs with 32 assists. Thorsness and Hill were each key reasons why Mesa finished second in league with a 3-1 record, advancing to the CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoffs.
Umansky scored 119 goals for the Eagles, an Estancia single-season record and fourth in Orange County. Estancia went 12-13, 1-3 in league.
Costa Mesa junior Ashley Tfaye, sophomore goalie Kaitlyn Hill and freshman Lauren Smith, as well as Estancia junior goalie Alexis Paul and junior Danielle Ridge, each earned second-team all-league honors.
Kaitlyn Hill made 219 saves for the Mustangs, second on the all-time single-season list at the school.
Seniors Melena Masson and Yoshi Andersen shared the league MVP award for champion Laguna Beach.
— From staff reports
Raguse top defender
Corona del Mar High girls' soccer senior Sydney Raguse has earned the Defensive Most Valuable Player accolade in the Pacific Coast League.
Raguse is joined on the first team all-league by CdM senior goalie Sarah Cox, senior forward Ally Brahs, senior defender Amanda Stephenson and junior midfielder Annie Alvarado.
Raguse, bound for the University of Michigan, is a four-year varsity starter at defender. The co-captain brought stability as a sweeper for CdM (22-3-2, 9-0-1 in league), which won its second straight outright league title and third overall title in four years. CdM had 17 shutouts and allowed just 13 goals, on its way to its second straight CIF Southern Section Division 1 quarterfinal appearance.
Cox, a co-captain, brushed off an early sternum injury, coming back for the start of league. The Stanford-bound goalie was scored on just five times, and earned eight shutouts in her 13 games played.