The 2017 lehighvalleylive All-Area Girls Soccer first team features three players from Parkland, two from Northwestern and one each from Saucon Valley, Palisades, Easton, Southern Lehigh, Belvidere and Nazareth. There are seven seniors, three juniors and one sophomore on the first team.
Brooke Schutter scored 101 goals in her superb soccer career at Parkland High School. She's the first girl or boy to reach the century mark for goals in Trojans soccer history. And for the Parkland standout, she could've tallied even more. "Being the first player to score 100 goals at Parkland is an honor I owe to my teammates. That would never happen without their hard work going on around me," Schutter said.
The biggest turning point for the Northwestern girls soccer team last fall might have been a loss. The top-seeded Tigers dropped a 1-0 game to fourth-seeded Southern Lehigh in the Colonial League semifinals on Oct. 16, 2017. Northwestern didn't give up on its dreams though, regrouping to win the District 11 Class 2A championship and then advancing to the state semifinals.
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Selecting a term
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