Jenny Cauble of Greensboro, a senior midfielder at Grimsley, has been named to the 2004 NSCAA Girls High School All-America Soccer Team.
Cauble and Gena Villari of Raleigh, a senior midfielder at Broughton, were the only players from North Carolina on the 75-player list.
Ashlyn Harris, the starting goalkeeper for the U-19 U.S. national team, was among 13 repeat selections from last year.
Two players earned the honor for the third consecutive year: midfielders Katie Larkin of Sandy, Utah, and Kelly Quinn of Dublin, Ohio. All 75 of the honorees will be invited to the NSCAA All-America Luncheon, which will be held Jan. 15 in Baltimore, Md.
Charlotte Latin senior forward Tim Masters and Green Hope senior forward Stephen Bickford of Cary were the only North Carolina players to make the boys All-America team.
TICKETS PLEASE: In the first week of sales, North Carolina fans have purchased more than 20,000 tickets to the Continental Tire Bowl on Dec. 30 in Charlotte where the Heels will face No. 23 Boston College.
N.C. STATE RECRUIT: Lauren Doughtie of Suffolk, Va., the 2004 Virginia Golf Association Women’s Junior player of the year, has signed a letter of intent to play at N.C. State.