Six players named to All-District Team while nine were selected to NCMC All-Conference Team

Although the Boonville Lady Pirates soccer team had its season come to an end almost two weeks ago in the district tournament in Pleasant Hill, the accolades continue to roll in for certain select players.
While putting nine players on the NCMC All-Conference Team for the 2017 season, the Lady Pirates also had six named to the Class 2 District 11 Team and four selected to the Class 2 Region 3 Team.
Heading the NCMC All-Conference team for the 2017 season, which the Lady Pirates won at 12-0, were Jamie Lemmons, Rosie Lenz, Leigha Vollmer, Sariana Barbarotta, Kate Peterson, Hannah Fuemmeler and Brynn Edwards all to the first team and Brooke Coleman and Shelby Wessing as second team members.
As for the Class 2 District 11 All-District Team, Lenz, Fuemmeler and Barbarotta were all selected to the first team while Peterson, Edwards and Wessing were second team selections.
The Lady Pirates also had several players selected to the Class 2 Region 3 Team, which consists of schools in District 9-12. Those players were Lenz, Barbarotta, Peterson and Fuemmeler. Lenz was also the Defensive Player of the Year in Class 2 Region 3 for the Lady Pirates.
While going undefeated in the NCMC for the 2017 season, former Boonville coach Tim Brown said the conference overall was maybe a bit down this past season, but Hannibal was still very good, and Kirksville and Marshall both had winning seasons with fairly tough schedules. “We just had all the right pieces this year,” Brown said. “Two years ago, we went undefeated in the NCMC, but the matches were much closer. This year, we outscored the other, much larger NCMC Schools 91-1, including seven 10-0 shutouts.”
For the season, Hannah Fuemmeler led all scorers for the Lady Pirates with 33 goals along with 20 assists and five game-winning goals.
Brynn Edwards, another forward, finished second in scoring with 28 goals along with 13 assists and four game-winning goals. Sophomore Sariana Barbarotta, meanwhile, had 19 goals, 25 assists and four game-winning goals at the midfielder position. Kate Peterson, also a midfielder, finished the season with nine goals, two assists and one game-winning goal while Rosie Lenz had 13 goals and two assists at the back position, Shelby Wessing with three goals and eight assists at the midfielder position, Brooke Coleman with two goals and four assists a the wing back position and Leigha Vollmer with two assists and the back position.
As for goalie Jamie Lemmons, the sophomore standout had 15 shutouts for the season in 19 games while giving up only seven goals for a goals against average of 0.36.
Fuemmeler also broke the all-time record for most goals in a career with 94, surpassing Allea Francis with 93 from 2008-11. Fuemmeler also tied the career assists record with Paige Peterson with 71.