Six more from Pennsylvania with great talent
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Five players from Pennsylvania were featured on Friday, and here are six more from Pennsylvania who are standing out and making an impact. These six are incredibly talented, showing great technical and tactical ability. They are all advanced beyond their…
Five players from Pennsylvania were featured on Friday, and here are six more from Pennsylvania who are standing out and making an impact. These six are incredibly talented, showing great technical and tactical ability. They are all advanced beyond their years and have paid dividends to improve.
, Forward, Class of 2025
Canevari is a forward and she is a junior at Valley View High in Archbald, PA. She plays club at HEX FC playing for the Bucks ECRL 2007 team. She is a dynamic player who displays great quickness and agility, which allows her to be a threat when her team is moving forward. She is an aggressive scorer, one always looking to put the ball in the back of the net and she shows great technical ability, which allows her to pick a pass with precision. Canevari also has a very high soccer IQ.
, Defender/Midfielder, Class of 2024
Liptak is a senior at Shady Side Academy and plays ECNL for the Pittsburgh Riverhounds Development Academy. She is already locked in to play in college as she is committed to Marist College. Liptak is a versatile player as she can feature as a defender or a midfielder, and her discipline allows her to thrive in doing both. A technical player with great ability, she is also a tactician and sees the field well. Liptak has a competitive drive and is very focused on honing her craft.
Aurelia Solomon, Central Midfielder/Forward, Class of 2027
Solomon plays centrally in the midfield, but can also feature as a forward and she has the ability to do both very well. She is very, very fast when on the ball and shows great tactical ability. She is a physical player, who is incredibly hard-working. She is a freshman at Penn Trafford High and plays club for the Pittsburgh Riverhounds 2008 ECNL team.
, Keeper, Class of 2026
Thompson is a keeper who is a sophomore at South Fayette High and is a Century United FC player. Thompson is ideal to have between the posts because she plays with great focus, and you need your keeper to be switched on at all times. Thompson plays with passion and determination, and with a true competitive spirit. She is able to adapt and does so because of great patience. This is all on top of being brave and showing the ability to stop shots.
Jillian Warchol, Outside Defender/Winger, Class of 2025
Warchol has the making of a very special player. She plays on the outside, and can play both as an outside back or move up and play as a winger. She can also play on either side of the pitch. Warchol shows great composure, and this gives her the ability to help lead a possession-based game by building from the back, and facilitating to the midfield or forwards. She plays aggressively in that she likes to drive the ball forward. She also communicates very well, which is a skill defenders who thrive have. She is a junior at South Fayette High and place club with Beadling SC’s 2007 GA team.
Camryn Woods, Forward/Attacking Midfielder/Central Defender, Class of 2027
Woods is the most versatile player on this list as she can feature at all three levels. She plays in the attack usually, playing as a forward or as a No. 10. At Youth National Team events, she also plays central defender. She can pull this off because she is a smart player. She is very dynamic in her ability as she can use both feet and is dangerous with both. She is very strong and works very hard, making her hard to handle. She attends Freeport Area High and plays club with Century United FC.