The Oregon girls soccer team had nine players garner Badger South All-Conference honors.

Four Oregon players were named first-team all-conference — senior defender Sydney McKee and juniors Avary Fanning (forward), Brooklyn Kane (defender) and Melia Moyer (goalkeeper).

McKee was one of two players named unanimous all-conference, joining Madison Edgewood senior Jordyn Rothwell.

Fanning led the team in goals (18) and Kane was second (10) this season. Moyer along, with McKee and Kane, contributed to 14 shutouts this year.

Junior defender Emma Halverson, senior defender Cassie Kluck and senior midfielder Maddy Swartzmiller were named second-team all-conference.

Swartzmiller has seven goals this season. Halverson and Kluck are part of a defense that has given up only five goals this season.

Both senior midfielder Katie Eisele and junior forward Kaitlyn Schrimpf were honorable mention all-conference.

Oregon (16-0-1), ranked second in the Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association state poll, advanced to state for the fifth straight year after a 1-0 win over Sauk Prairie in a Division 2 sectional final in McFarland. The Panthers have won the Badger South title for eighth straight years.