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5 Bulldogs named to all-state soccer teams

| November 27, 2021 1:00 AM

Five Sandpoint athletes grabbed spots on the 4A all-state soccer teams that were recently released.

Senior Piper Frank garnered first-team all-state honors, while senior Kylie Williams earned a place on the second team. On the boys side, senior Nolan Angell nabbed first-team all-state honors, while juniors Evan Dickinson and Roman Jiles secured second-team honors.

The all-state soccer teams are selected by the United Soccer Coaches (USC) and Idaho High School Soccer Coaches Association (IHSSCA).

This is the second time Frank has been named first-team all-state. The Inland Empire League MVP finished with nine goals and nine assists this fall.

Williams led the Bulldogs with 12 goals this season to earn all-state honors for the first time.

This is also the first time Angell, Dickinson and Jiles have appeared on the all-state team. Angell was crowned league MVP for his play in the midfield this year, recording two goals and five assists.

Dickinson, a menace at centerback, received all-league honors for the third straight year, while Jiles helped Sandpoint secure seven shutouts this season at goalkeeper.

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(Photo courtesy of JASON DUCHOW PHOTOGRAPHY)

Senior Piper Frank looks for a teammate in a game against Moscow on Sept. 23 at War Memorial Field. She was named first-team all-state for the second time.

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(Photo courtesy of JASON DUCHOW PHOTOGRAPHY)

Senior Nolan Angell dribbles the ball upfield during the 4A state championship against Bishop Kelly on Oct. 23. He grabbed first-team all-state honors.

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(Photo courtesy of JASON DUCHOW PHOTOGRAPHY)

Senior Kylie Williams looks to make a pass during a game against Coeur d'Alene Charter on Oct. 7 at War Memorial Field. She grabbed second-team all-state honors.

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(Photo courtesy of JASON DUCHOW PHOTOGRAPHY)

Junior Evan Dickinson sends the ball upfield during the 4A state championship against Bishop Kelly on Oct. 23. The centerback earned second-team all-state honors.

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