The Fulton Hornets' Grace Ousley and Addison Langdon were included in the all-conference teams, announced the North Central Missouri Conference Friday.
Senior Ousley made second-team all-NCMC as a goalkeeper, and freshman Langdon second-team all-NCMC as a midfielder.
For the season (before districts), Ousley made 315 saves overall, including 177 in NCMC matches.
"I was extremely happy to see Grace earn all-NCMC honors," Fulton coach Abby Wilson said. "We would always count on Grace to give her all every day, which is evident from the amount of saves she accumulated over the course of the season. She provided a strong presence on the field and was a selfless teammate, so I felt this recognition was certainly well-deserved."
One of two club soccer players on the team, Langdon recorded one goal and four assists, including a helper in NCMC play this season.
"I was very proud to have Addison earn all-NCMC recognition," Wilson said. "She works hard every day and is always trying to help her teammates succeed. As a freshman, she has proven to be a very smart and talented player, in addition to being a great leader. Addison is a true team player and is definitely deserving of this recognition."