Weatherford Democrat

June 16, 2013

WHS seniors go 8-for-8 on All-State Academic rolls

Weatherford Democrat

— Staff Report

Despite eight out-going seniors on the 2012-13 version of his Lady Roos, Weatherford girls soccer coach Tyler Kernan has reason to feel relatively positive about next season.

Looking deeper into the roster the loss of the Lady Roo seniors is offset by the plethora of underclassmen who will be returning to the pitch for the 2013-14 campaign.

There will also be formidable quality interspersed with the quantity of the younger players moving into their second, or third year of varsity experience.

An evident illustration is Cooper Mullins, entering her junior after being named the District 3-5A Offensive Player of the Year as a sophomore. Five more underclassmen were named to the all-district squad, led by four seniors providing an example of leadership for the coming years.

The seniors left another stellar legacy, with all eight         accomplishing the enviable achievement of earning spots on the All-State Academic rolls. 


District 3-5A Girls Soccer

Weatherford All-District Roster



Offensive Player of the Year

Cooper Mullins (So.)

Midfield Player of the Year

Erin Hailey - (Sr.)


First Team

Madison Mullins (Sr.) — Midfield

Kristin Kelley (So.) — Midfield

Shelby Givler (Jr.) — Utility


Second Team

Rachel Masters (Sr.) — Defense

Connor Mackenzie (Fr.) - Forward


Honorable Mention

Autumn Gieger (Sr.)

Carli Pisano (So.)

Hannah Way (So.)


Academic All-District

Cooper Mullins (So.)

Mesa Mendenhall (So.)

Autumn White (So.)

Madison Galloway (Jr.)

Taytum Boyd (So.)

Stephanie Guilbault (Jr.)

Shelby Givler (Jr.)

Carli Pisano (So.)

Hannah Way (So.)

Kristin Kelley (So.)

Connor Mackenzie (Fr.)


Academic All-District 

and All-State

(all seniors)

Caleigh Chane

Erin Hailey

Rachel Masters

Autumn Gieger

Emily Rich

Camille Carey

Ashley Waller

Madison Mullins


Sports Editor’s note: Athletic and academic honors awarded to the 2012-13 Weatherford Lady Roos soccer team were inadvertantly overlooked for publication when rosters were released. The Democrat regrets the oversight.