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Award winners
Four Lady Pioneers named all-district
Abby Roller was recognized as first team all-district team.

Accolades came rolling in last week for members of the Lady Pioneer soccer team.
Seniors Abby Roller and Sally Willmore were each recognized as first team all-district, while sophomores Sam Ramsey and Savannah Cox were each named to the second team.
The four Lady Pioneers helped Warren County to eight wins this season. Roller and Willmore were the driving forces of the team's offense, while Ramsey roamed in the midfield and Cox patrolled the back line.
It was the fourth straight year of recognition in District 6-AAA for Roller. She was the district's rookie of the year in 2014 before being named all-district the last three seasons. Her nine goals this season gave her 36 in her career - one spent terrifying opposing coaches.
"Abby is the kind of player other teams have to account for every match," said coach Todd Willmore. "She has good speed and is blessed with the ability to put the ball in the back of the net. She'll be missed greatly next year."
Willmore is another senior who has been collecting all-district honors since she stepped foot on campus at WCHS. Willmore was the District 6-AAA Midfield MVP as a freshman and junior. She was named all-district as a sophomore, and all-region as a sophomore and junior.
"Sally played all over the field for us this year," said Willmore. "She's been a midfielder her whole high school career before this year. She's been consistent and a stable leader for us for four years."
Willmore netted six goals her senior season while adding 11 assists. For her career, Willmore scored 25 times and dished out 33 assists.
Ramsey was a jack-of-all-trades for the Lady Pioneers. Her role changed near midseason, but her attitude and effectiveness were always reliable.
"Sam started the season at midfield, but we pushed her out wide. She made an immediate impact offensively," said Willmore. "She listens and attempts to do whatever she is coached to do in any situation."
While Cox wasn't asked to shift positions in midseason, her coach knows she could be a weapon at any level. Her role as a defensive stopper just helped the team the most.
"Savannah would probably be one of our better offensive players, but she is so valuable in the back," said Willmore. "Her speed and technical skills are two qualities we love most about her play."
With two more years before graduating, Ramsey and Cox could continue to be focal points for the Lady Pioneers.
"We're extremely excited that Sam and Savannah are only sophomores," said Willmore. "We look forward to having them two more years."