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Alyssa Doyle, Duluth Denfeld. The junior midfielder did most of the heavy lifting for the Hunters last week, finishing with seven goals and four assists in back-to-back victories. Doyle's best outing was four goals and three assists in a 9-0 victory over Princeton on Sept. 27. She enters this week with team highs in goals (15) and assists (8).
Hannah Roemer, Esko. The Eskimos sophomore goalkeeper has been unbeatable since the start of September. She recorded her 10th consecutive victory with a three-save performance in a 4-1 win over Hermantown on Sept. 29. Two days earlier, Roemer kept a clean sheet in playing 40 minutes in goal in an 8-0 victory over Mesabi East — a game in which she also scored her first goal of the season.
Grace Fogarty, Chanhassen. Fogarty tallied 10 goals and two assists in three games last week, including five goals in a 6-1 victory over Waconia on Sept. 29. The Storm senior forward added four goals and one assist in a 9-0 victory over New Prague two days later and now leads her team with 27 goals on the season.
Rhianna Anya, Bloomington Jefferson. Anya has been tested this season. The senior goalie has nine games this season with double-digit saves, including 12 against Chaska on Sept. 29. Her performance helped the Jaguars escape with a 2-1 road victory. She has 160 saves on the season.
Vivian Rojas Collins, Twin Cities Academy. The senior midfielder is a big reason why the Tigers are 7-3-1 overall this season. She recorded nine goals in three games last week, including four in a 5-3 victory at Cristo Rey Jesuit on Oct. 1. Collins has 24 goals on the season.
*Stats and records as of Oct. 4.
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Sophia Haase, Monticello. Sept. 19-24
Avery Petty, Hopkins, Sept. 12-17
Reese Elzen, Stillwater, Sept. 6-10