Region 10 girls soccer all-region teams announced; Crimson Cliffs’ Losee named MVP

Jantzyn Losee of Crimson Cliffs kicks the ball during playoff game vs. Logan, Washington City, Utah, Oct. 16, 2021 | Photo courtesy of Stan Plewe, St. George News

ST. GEORGE — Region 10’s all-region high school girls soccer teams have been announced, with senior forward Jantzyn Losee of Crimson Cliffs being named the region’s most valuable player. 

Jantzyn Losee of Crimson Cliffs Washington City, Utah, September 2021 | Photo courtesy of Stan Plewe, St. George News

Losee scored 18 goals, the most of any 4A player in the state, as she led the Mustangs to a 17-3 overall record, which included an undefeated 12-0 mark in region play. In the state playoffs, the Mustangs advanced all the way to the state championship game, where they lost 1-0 in the second overtime period to Mountain Crest.

Crimson Cliffs coach Kat Esplin said Losee has “the biggest hunger and drive for scoring than any player I’ve ever seen.”

“She was such a threat on the field that teams would double-team and even triple-team her,” Esplin said. “Every time she got the ball in the final third, everyone watching knew there was a really good chance something exciting would happen.”

Esplin also lauded Losee’s work ethic and attitude, noting that the senior also recorded four assists in addition to her 18 goals this season.

“She worked hard every single day at practice and always had a positive attitude,” Esplin said. “She was always willing to do anything she could to help our team be successful.”

Following are the all-Region 10 girls soccer teams, as selected by the coaches:

2021-22 Region 10 girls soccer all-region teams


Jantzyn Losee, forward, Crimson Cliffs.

All-region first team

Dixie High beat Desert Hills 1-0 in Region 10 soccer action Thursday, St. George, Utah, Sept. 9, 2021 | File photo by E. George Goold, St. George News
  • Emalee Plewe, defender, Crimson Cliffs.
  • Ellie Nielson, goalkeeper, Crimson Cliffs.
  • Allie Blanchard, midfielder, Crimson Cliffs.
  • Keirra Reid, defender, Dixie.
  • Mckell Williams, midfielder, Dixie.
  • Kimberly Morales, midfielder, Dixie.
  • Ellie Hendrix, mid/forward, Desert Hills.
  • Maddie George, defender, Desert Hills.
  • Paige Chris, defender, Snow Canyon.
  • Ashlee Harris, midfielder, Snow Canyon.
  • Madisen Clegg, midfielder, Snow Canyon.
  • Rylan Tebbs, forward, Cedar.
  • Cadence Matheson, defender, Cedar.
  • Hailey Lemmon, midfielder, Hurricane.
  • Katelyn Leavitt, forward, Pine View.
  • Brynlee Johnston, forward, Pine View.

All-region second team

Snow Canyon girls soccer at Cedar, Cedar City, Utah, Sept. 30, 2021 | File photo by Jeff Richards, St. George News / Cedar City News
  • Samara Sparks, defender, Dixie.
  • Hali’a Pelton, mid/forward, Dixie.
  • Taygen Overall, defender, Desert Hills.
  • Hanna Heaton, mid/forward, Desert Hills.
  • Aisey Gargano, goalkeeper, Desert Hills.
  • Katie Young, defender, Crimson Cliffs.
  • Emily Gibb, midfielder, Crimson Cliffs.
  • Millie Warner, midfielder, Snow Canyon.
  • Lilly Wittwer, forward, Snow Canyon.
  • Keana Tolman, midfielder, Cedar.
  • Elsa Christiansen, midfielder, Cedar.
  • Maddie Card, defender, Hurricane.
  • Alysa Thomas, forward, Hurricane.
  • Emma Lloyd, midfielder, Pine View.
  • Kiley Droubay, defender, Pine View.
  • Rachel Mathis, midfielder, Pine View.

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