Meet The Oklahoman's first All-City high school girls soccer team for 2024



Here's a look at The Oklahoman's first All-City girls soccer team for 2024.

Presley Boyd, Norman North

Class: Juniors | Position: Forward

The history: Boyd's role became even more important this year as Norman North made its fifth consecutive appearance in the state finals. The Tulsa product finished the season with 28 goals and 16 assists.

Katie Johnston, Bishop McGuinness

Class: Juniors | Position: Forward

The history: Johnston led McGuinness through his Class 6A debut, which culminated with an appearance in the quarterfinals against Norman North. The Florida product scored 32 goals and had 11 assists.

Helen Olszewski, Casady

Class: Juniors | Position: Forward

The history: Olszewski, a soccer player from Virginia, used her speed as a track and field athlete to excel on the field. After scoring 17 goals and 20 assists in district play, she helped the Cyclones advance to the Class 3A state finals.

Alix Regier, Yukon

Class: Seniors | Position: Forward

The history: Regier powered Yukon's offense en route to the Class 6A semifinals. The Kansas State freshman scored 31 goals and 24 assists and recorded a hat trick against Tulsa Bishop Kelley in the first round of the state tournament.

Elle Canty, Christian of the community

Class: Juniors | Position: midfield

The history: As team captain, Canty led Community Christian (16-1) to its first state title in girls soccer. She scored 38 goals, including one in the final against Casady, and added 12 assists. Canty is graduating early to play soccer at OU.

Narissa Fults, Norman North

Class: Seniors | Position: Striker/Midfield

The history: After earning Gatorade Oklahoma Player of the Year honors as a junior, Fults returned to the Class 6A state finals with Norman North. The Arizona freshman's versatility as a scorer and playmaker earned him an assist in the championship game against Edmond North.

Rylee McLanahan, Edmond North

Class: Second year student | Position: Striker/Midfield

The history: A nationally recognized talent, McLanahan has energized Edmond North (13-1) en route to its first Class 6A state title since 2011. After her breakout freshman year, she scored 30 goals and 11 assists despite being double-covered by opponents.

Grace Due, Edmond North

Class: Seniors | Position: defender

The history: Due, who signed with Oral Roberts, set the tone for Edmond North's defense, which allowed just eight goals all season. The Huskies shut out nine opponents.

Adison Knocke, Deer Creek

Class: Seniors | Position: defender

The history: Under Knocke's leadership, Deer Creek posted seven clean sheets, and the Central Oklahoma freshman helped the Antlers reach the Class 6A semifinals against Edmond North.

Molly Shepherd, Casady

Class: Juniors | Position: defender

The history: Casady defeated 13 straight opponents to reach the Class 3A state championship game, and Shepherd played a key role in that. The Kansas product also bolstered the offense with the Cyclones' only goal in the final against Community Christian.

Callie Sullivan, Norman North

Class: Juniors | Position: goalkeeper

The history: Sullivan led Norman North's strong defense on the way to the Class 6A state finals. The OU player finished the season with five games without conceding a goal.

Coach of the Year: Ike Emegano, Edmond North

Emegano led Edmond North to its first state title in girls soccer since 2011 and his first as the Huskies' head coach. He coached the team through a dominant season in which they outscored their opponents 76-8. In a rematch of the 2021 state finals, Edmond North turned the result around and outlasted Norman North with a 2-1 victory to claim the Class 6A title.

—Hallie Hart, Editor