LCS’s Carnes Named 3A Player of the Year
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The Ledger Article by Roy Fuoco – Published March 25, 2021.
The awards keep coming for the state champion Lakeland Christian girls soccer team.
Senior forward Katie Carnes was named the Dairy Farmers Class 3A Girls Soccer Player of the Year on Wednesday, and head coach Jason Streets was named the 3A coach of the year following balloting by a statewide panel of high school girls soccer coaches and prep media representatives.
By winning the 3A balloting, Carnes is a finalist for the 2021 Miss Soccer award, and Streets is a finalist for the Girls Soccer Coach of the Year. The overall winners will be announced after a final round of balloting on March 31.
Carnes, who led LCS with 27 goals and 15 assists, ran away with the 3A balloting finishing with more than twice as many points as the runner-up. Carnes finished with 69 points, and Bolles’ Izzy Kimberly was second with 34.