Arapahoe High School soccer player Audrey Weiss is one of those players who can never move around much without being marked by an opponent or two. She always seemed to make things happen for the …
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Arapahoe High School soccer player Audrey Weiss is one of those players who can never move around much without being marked by an opponent or two.
She always seemed to make things happen for the Warriors during her senior season and managed the team’s lone goal in a 2-1 loss to Grandview in the Class 5A state championship game in May.
Weiss, who is headed to play at Notre Dame, is the 2019 Colorado Community Media South Metro Girls Soccer Player of the Year.
“Audrey is incredibly talented,” said Arapahoe coach Mark Hampshire. “It has been clear that opponents fear and respect her.
“She recovered from ACL surgery her freshman year, came back in the state championship game her sophomore year and then back against in 2019. She has the ability to beat players one on one, serve and the whole package.
“I’m excited to see how she does at Notre Dame.”
In five playoff games, Weiss had four goals and two assists and had at least one point in all 19 games she played during the season.
She finished the season with 19 goals and nine assists for 47 points, had three game-winning goals and averaged 3.2 shots and 2.5 points a game.
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