Bears' Vermillion honored again

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One week after wrapping up its third straight Mother Lode League title, the Summerville High School girls' soccer team earned one individual award and placed three other Bears on the all-MLL first team for the 2003 season.

For the second consecutive season, junior Jordan Vermillion was named the league's Offensive Player of the Year. Vermillion posted a total of 32 goals and seven assists, including 18 goals and five assists in Summerville's 15 MLL games.

Senior forward Megan Reynolds (31 goals, 19 assists; 19 goals,14 assists in league) was named first team all-MLL for the second straight year. Joining her on the first team are senior goalkeeper Kellie Pierce (.5 goals per game, seven shutouts in league), who was second team as a junior, and senior fullback Kelly Marquardt (six assists), who was honorable mention last year.

"Jordan and Megan have combined to do an outstanding job this year," Summerville coach Jim Frazier said. "Jordan can do so much in addition to her scoring, and Megan's goals and assists are really up from last year, so it's been a combination of those two for us."

Senior midfielders Ashley Rice and Lindsay Vermillion, both of whom were honorable mention last year, were named to the second team.

Honorable mention went to junior halfback Shannon Hayes for a second straight season, and senior fullback Lauren Gianelli, who was second team as a junior.

Calaveras junior Alesha Bledsoe was named the was named the MLL's Defensive Player of the Year.

Linden's Tito Luevano was named Coach of the Year.

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