Fry named Second Team All State, 3 Fillies All Region

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By Mike Aldridge

Harrison County senior Taylor Fry has been named to the All State East Second Team for the 2013 season.  
Fry, who is going to play at the University of Tennessee Martin next year, played midfielder for the 38th District Champion Fillies.  
She is known for her speed and her mastery of corner kicks amongst her many soccer skills.  
Fry was joined on the East team by three members of state champion Notre Dame as well as Brandi Rice from 10th Region runners-up Campbell County.  
Campbell County defeated Harrison County in the quarter final round of the region tournament hosted by Harrison County.  
Other Harrison County regular season opponents who were named to the all state teams or honorable mention were Shelby Hay of Lawrence County along with Cara Maher, Heather Hencye, Shelby Huddleston, Lexie Frisby and Jennifer Sloan of 16th Region Champion Russell High School.  
Oddly enough, State Tournament MVP sophomore Libby Greenwell of Notre Dame was left off of the all state roster.
The multi skilled Fry was joined on the All 10th Region teams by fellow senior Haley Carr and sophomore Amelia Bolin.  
Carr was named to the second team and Bolin to the third team in the poll conducted by the coaches of the 10th Region schools.  
Three players from region champ Bishop Brossart were named to the first team along with Fry.  
The Lady Mustangs were the only school to place more than one member on the first team. Haley Neal of Montgomery County was the offensive player of the year while Erin Fitzpatrick of Pendleton County was selected as the defensive player for 2013.