Girls Soccer: Kane County Chronicle All-Area Soccer TeamBy JACOB BARTELSON - email@example.comJune 6, 2018 Led by Player of the Year Gia Wahlberg, here is the Kane County preps Girls Soccer All-Area Team. [Sandy Bressner file photo - firstname.lastname@example.org]Jenna Dominguez, Geneva, junior, forward: Dominguez, an All-Conference selection, knocked in 24 goals and four assists for the Vikings. [Mary Beth Nolan for Shaw Media]Jordan King, Burlington Central, senior, forward: King, a Miami (Ohio) commit, passed 100 career goals for her varsity career earlier this year. King scored 25 goals and had 18 assists on the season. [Karen Naess for Shaw Media]Zoey Kollhoff, Burlington Central, sophomore, midfielder: Kollhoff scored 30 goals and had 11 assists for the sectional champion Rockets. [Karen Naess for Shaw Media]Rachael Lutter, Kaneland, junior, forward/defender: A Cincinnatti commit, Lutter finished the season with 14 goals and nine assists. [Sandy Bressner - email@example.com]Sara Maleski, St. Charles North, junior, goalkeeper: Maleski helped guide St. Charles North to an undefeated regular season and sectional championship by posting 35 saves and eight shutouts. Maleski allowed 12 goals this season. [Jeff Krage for Shaw Media]Kendra Pasquale, St. Francis, senior, forward: Committed to Illinois, Pasquale was a four-year starter and notched 19 goals and 10 assists for the Class 2A state champions. [Shaw Media file photo]Hayley Popiel, St. Charles East, senior, defender: Popiel, a captain and four-year starter, was named All-Sectional and All-Conference while helping post 13 shutouts this season and 47 for her career. Popiel is committed to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. [Sandy Bressner - firstname.lastname@example.org]Hannah Rittenhouse, St. Francis, junior, forward: An Iowa commit, Rittenhouse scored 24 goals and eight assists to lead Spartans to Class 2A state championship. In the game, she scored three goals. [Sandy Bressner - email@example.com]Hailey Rydberg, St. Charles North, senior, forward: Committed to Iowa, Rydberg scored 22 goals and had 15 assists on the season. Rydberg finished her varsity career with 53 goals and 50 assists. [Sandy Bressner - firstname.lastname@example.org]Rose Stackhouse, St. Charles East, senior, forward: Headed to St. Mary's College, Stackhouse was named All-Conference and the St. Charles East 207-18 American Legion Female Athlete of the Year. Stackhouse had 13 goals on the season. [Sandy Bressner - email@example.com]Gia Wahlberg, St. Charles North, senior, forward: Committed to Michigan State, Wahlberg finished her four-year varsity career as the program's all-time leading goal scorer. Wahlberg scored 22 goals and had 15 assists this season.