Courtney Dike, Edmond North
The story: Dike had another outstanding season, scoring 24 goals to go with her 14 assists for the Huskies, who were Class 6A's runner-up.
Baillie Miller, Heritage Hall
The story: Miller scored an impressive 37 goals for the Chargers, who lost in a shootout to state champion Deer Creek in the Class 5A quarterfinals.
Ciara Mitchell, Carl Albert
The story: Mitchell, who has signed with Central Oklahoma, scored 19 goals and had 20 assists for the Titans, who were the Class 5A runner-up.
Allison Worsham, Deer Creek
The story: Worsham, who will play in college at Oklahoma City University, scored 24 goals with 10 assists for the 5A champs.
Amber Mitchell, Edmond Santa Fe
The story: The senior Oral Roberts signee scored two goals and had seven assists for the Wolves, who made it to the Class 6A quarterfinals.
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Madi Smith, Deer Creek
The story: “Red” — Smith's affectionate nickname because of her hair color — scored 30 goals and added 12 assists for the Antlers. Smith, who will play college soccer at OU, scored Deer Creek's lone goal in its 1-0 Class 5A title-game win over Carl Albert.
Bri Kuestersteffen, Norman North
The story: Kuestersteffen, also a basketball standout, scored nine goals to lead the Timberwolves, who lost to eventual state runner-up Edmond North in the 6A quarterfinals.
Caitlyn Biggers, Bethany
The story: Biggers, an Oklahoma State signee, is a defender on this team but can play just about anywhere on the field. She scored 18 goals and had seven assists as Bethany made its first-ever appearance in the state championship game.
Roman Edwards, Deer Creek
The story: Edwards scored five goals, but her defense was a key component in the Antlers' state championship run. The senior has signed to play college soccer at Tulsa.
Meredith Farley, Edmond North
The story: In her career, which includes two state championships and a runner-up finish, Edmond North has recorded 32 shutouts and allowed just 39 goals.
Elyse Hight, Bishop McGuinness
The story: Hight, one of the top keepers in the state, will play in college at Notre Dame after surrendering just five goals during her senior season.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Angie Kelley, Bethany
The story: Kelley led Bethany to its best season in program history, finishing as the Class 4A runner-up to perennial power Verdigris. Before this season, the program had never made it past the quarterfinals. Bethany went on a five-game shutout streak before falling 4-1 in the title game.