25f58c0f 0123 4ebb 854d 839b91a8e961 BB1I5084

Girls Soccer Fall Season: The Best of Greater Fall River

The fall season of girls soccer in the Greater Fall River area has seen some exceptional talent coming to the forefront. Teams from various local high schools have achieved significant accomplishments in the past season, including Westport, which won its first-ever girls soccer postseason game.

Korynne Holden emerged as the standout player of the year for Westport. Holden has a stellar season, being named the Mayflower Athletic Conference all-star and voted Eastern Massachusetts Girls Soccer Coaches Association Division 5 Player of the Year. She finished with 15 goals and five assists with 35 points and was instrumental in leading the Wildcats to their best overall record since the program was brought back to Westport in 2015.

The 2023 Girls Soccer All-Scholastic teams from Greater Fall River high schools, as announced by The Herald News, also recognized several other outstanding players. For example, seniors Kiara Almeida was named a Mayflower Athletic Conference all-star, and Cidney Barboza from Atlantis Charter who was recognized for her versatile playmaking abilities. Other standout players include juniors Kaitlyn Coutu and Julia George, both of Westport and Durfee’s Julia Hargraves and Maddie Hargraves, as well as Elizabeth Kinnane and Lilah Krauzyk of Diman, and Lauren Roosa of Somerset Berkley.

Some remarkable juniors and sophomores also stood out during the fall season, including Abigail Saunders, Lily Veracka, and Maddie Willis, who demonstrated considerable skill and promise with their performances.

The Greater Fall River girls soccer scene has been truly exceptional this past season. The accolades and accomplishments of the players continue to inspire and make this sport more thrilling for fans and participants, and will undoubtedly have a lasting impact in the seasons to come.

Summery :

– Several girls soccer teams from Greater Fall River had a successful season, with four teams making it to the postseason.
– Westport achieved their first-ever playoff win in program history, with player Korynne Holden being named the 2023 Herald News Player of the Year.
– Other players who received All-Scholastic honors include Kiara Almeida, Cidney Barboza, Kaitlyn Coutu, Julia George, Julia Hargraves, Madeline Hargraves, Elizabeth Kinnane, Lilah Krauzyk, Lauren Roosa, Abigail Saunders, Lily Veracka, and Maddie Willis.
– The players demonstrated strong leadership, skill, and success on the field, with several underclassmen receiving their first All-Scholastic honors.


Sabir a versatile journalist with three years of expertise, excels in content writing, latest news analysis, and on-the-ground reporting of events. His commitment to delivering accurate and timely information...