Let's take a look at the top 10 goals of 2019

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - It's now time for us to look at the top 10 plays from high school soccer this past season.
Let's look at the top goals of the 2019.

We start at number 10 with the Monroe Catholic Rams, as Izak Lohrke got around the goalie to score the opening goal.​
Lohrke helped the blue and gold to their first ever appearance in the state tournament in program history.​

And in the ninth it is Daniel Crutcher with a similar move to Lohrke's as he beat the goalie to score this beaut.​
He knocks the ball off the bar for the baseline goal for the North Pole Patriots.​

In eighth we have West Valley's Maisy O'Neill, who received an amazing crossover from Aubrey Stacy to put the ball away.​
Stacy's pass caught the defense off guard, which gave O'Neill enough time to score for the red and gold.​

And for seventh it is the North pole Patriots, but this time we Breeuana O'Rear who takes it all the way to score.​
O'Rear took the ball through four Hutch defenders, and jukes the goalie to take the ball in.​

In the sixth spot, we have a goalie playing out of position to score for the Monroe Catholic Rams.​
Trae Puryear sets up his own shot to score for the Rams.​

For fifth we return to the West Valley Wolfpack as Ainsley Watson fakes out the goalie to score.​
Watson along with the Wolfpack made it back to the state tournament for the red and gold. ​

In the fourth place goal, we stay with the Wolfpack with Aubrey Stacy scoring a deep goal from about 27 yards out.​
Stacy scored many times for West Valley, but none as an impressive as hitting the top shelf for the goal. ​

Now for third we have the Lathrop Malemutes and Graham Wappett.​
Wappett almost hits the ball too high for the purple and gold, but the ball drops perfectly to give Lathrop this sweet goal.​

In second we go back to Daniel Crutcher and the North Pole Patriots.​
Crutcher hit this free kick in stoppage time to tie it up against Monroe.​
Crutcher scored when North Pole needed to, and he pulled it off in the clutch.​

And our top spot goes to Drew Rizik of the West Valley Wolfpack.​
In their first matchup against the Lathrop Malemutes, Rizik's penalty kick proved to be the game winner, and our top goal of 2019.​