Girls Soccer: All-Inter-Ac teams

The two headliners in the league, including MVP Jlon Flippens of Penn Charter, may have hailed from outside Delco. But when it comes to the Inter-Ac this fall, the bulk of the league’s best players hail from the three teams in Delaware County. Six players from the county – including three from Episcopal Academy – warrant inclusion on the first team, while a total of 11 Delco players find their ways onto the first two squads.

Below is the full list of the first and second teams. (Note: All-Inter-Ac teams are selected by league coaches. The Daily Times has no input whatsoever on the voting.)

First Team

Jlon Flippens, Penn Charter – Most Valuable Player
Meghan McCool, Springside Chestnut Hill
Hannah Keating, Agnes Irwin
Brynn Skelly, Germantown Academy
Claire Micheletti, Agnes Irwin
Kat Stambaugh, Germantown Academy
Tara Boyle, Episcopal Academy
Jessica Shanahan, Episcopal Academy
Molly O’Brien, Episcopal Academy
Phoebe McClernon, Academy of Notre Dame
Dominique DeMarco, Penn Charter

Second Team

Kristin Burnetta, Agnes Irwin
Giovanna DeMarco, Penn Charter
Taylor Long, Episcopal Academy
Maria Kilcullen, Episcopal Academy
Julia Dambly, Academy of Notre Dame
Samantha O’Keefe, Baldwin
Krista Hinchman, Baldwin
Francesca Pellerito, Penn Charter
Kayla Seiberlich, Germantown Academy
Victoria Mauro, Germantown Academy
Sinead Brierley, Springside Chestnut Hill
Maddie Dawkins, Baldwin
Emily Fryer, Agnes Irwin

One thought on “Girls Soccer: All-Inter-Ac teams

  1. Not sure how EA got 3 players on the first team when they finished below .500 in conference play. Seems like the process needs an update to be more equitable.

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