Basalt’s Card named soccer player of year
The Aspen Times
Basalt High School junior Callahan “Callie” Card was named the conference soccer player of the year in the Western Slope League.
In voting by the league’s coaches, Card was voted to the all-league first team and was recognized as the top player.
Card scored 20 goals and had six assists in 14 games for the Longhorns., who finished the season 9-6-0 overall.
Basalt teammate Cintia Miramontes, a sophomore, also was voted to the all-conference team.
Two other Basalt players, senior Kaity Johnson and sophomore Kate Schrock, were honorable mention all-league honors.
Aspen High School also was well represented on the all-star soccer team.
Aspen seniors Logan McNamee and Linzhi Douglas and junior Pascale Augsberger were voted to the all-conference team by the league’s coaches.
Margo McHugh and Arley Gordon of the Skiers were listed as honorable mentions.
Bob Bandoni of Vail Mountain School was voted the coach of the year for 2016. Vail Mountain School played for the Class 2A state title against Dawson School on Tuesday night in Denver.
Overall league champion Coal Ridge had five players named to the all-league team: Jenny Call, Dana Kotz, Sam Dunn, Santana Martinez and Nicole Mooney.
Four players from Vail Mountain were on the first team: Emma Hall, Tess Johnson, Anwyn Urquhart, and Sydney Sappenfield.
Western Slope League
Jenny Call — Coal Ridge
Dana Kotz — Coal Ridge
Sam Dunn — Coal Ridge
Santana Martinez — Coal Ridge
Nicole Mooney — Coal Ridge
Emma Hall — Vail Mountain
Tess Johnson — Vail Mountain
Anwyn Urquhart — Vail Mountain
Sydney Sappenfield — Vail Mountain
Logan McNamee — Aspen
Linzhi Douglas — Aspen
Pascale Augsberger — Aspen
Callahan Card — Basalt
Cintia Miramontes — Basalt
Logan Waterman — Grand Valley
Jessie Raitt — Vail Christian
Valerie Lotrecht — Roaring Fork
Jessica Bracamontes — Rifle
Courney Bell — Rangely
Courtnay Young — Coal Ridge
Kaitlyn Harlow — Coal Ridge
Shelby Noether — Coal Ridge
Katie Alonzo — Vail Mountain
Annie Blakslee — Vail Mountain
Margo McHugh — Aspen
Arley Gordon — Aspen
Kaity Johnson — Basalt
Kate Schrock — Basalt
Elizabeth Pena — Grand Valley
Daniel Call — Grand Valley
Remy Beveridge — Vail Christian
Abby Bossow — Vail Christian
Fiona Laired — Roaring Fork
Adamarys Nagaya — Rifle
Taylor Heil — Rangely
As a team, Aspen finished third overall in its lone home tournament of the fall. The Skiers shot a collective 239, finishing 12 back of fellow 3A powerhouse Colorado Academy (227). Steamboat Springs, out of 4A, shot 225 to take the win.
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