All-Lowcountry

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JUNE 15: Boys track

JUNE 16: Softball

MONDAY: Baseball

TUESDAY: Golf

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THURSDAY: Boys soccer

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SUNDAY: Athletes of the year

Academic Magnet’s Kallie Peurifoy is a prolific scorer with 47 goals this season and 105 for her career.

Kallie Peurifoy

Academic Magnet

Senior

Forward

Julianne Dahlman

Bishop England

Senior

Goalkeeper

Melissa McCool

Wando

Senior

Midfield

Rachel Torlay

Wando

Senior

Midfield

Baker Walls

Academic Magnet

Senior

Defender

Grace Gore

Wando

Senior

Midfield

Megan Hunt

Academic Magnet

Senior

Defender

Madison Jones

West Ashley

Senior

Midfield

Molly Moriarty

Bishop England

Senior

Midfielder

Hannah Ross

Wando

Senior

Forward

Megan O’Connor

Wando

Junior

Forward

Brandon Key

Berkeley

Senior

Defender

Anna Davis

Colleton County

Senior

Goalkeeper

Jenna Stoner

Hanahan

Senior

Forward

Tahirih Nesmith

Porter-Gaud

Senior

Forward

Julia Shahid

Bishop England

Junior

Forward

Not only that, Peurifoy has a penchant for scoring goals when the soccer game is on the line.

“The first time I saw Kallie pull us through was the quarterfinals of the 2011 playoffs against Bluffton,” Academic Magnet coach Anna Merriman said. “We were 14 seconds away from elimination when she put one in the back of the net in stoppage time. We went on to win the state championship.

“She did the same thing this season in the Viking Cup and state championship. She has the innate ability to get the ball to her feet, remain calm and score goals.”

Peurifoy, The Post and Courier’s female soccer player of the year for the second straight year, performed magic in the prestigious Viking Cup. In the invitational tournament in Columbia that features the top 32 teams in the state, she scored two goals in the final minute of a match to put the Raptors in the title game.

In her final high school match last month, Peurifoy scored a goal in the closing minutes of the Class AA state championship to force overtime against Christ Church. The Raptors outscored the Cavaliers 6-4 in a penalty kicks to win their second state title in three years.

“Kallie proved that soccer can be won on a buzzer-beat just like basketball,” Merriman said.

Peurifoy will be playing soccer for Virginia Tech next season.

“It’s going to be really hard to replace Kallie,” Merriman said. “She’s a scorer who also is a great leader. One of the cool things about being a coach is that you get to see student-athletes grow up from children to adults. When I first met Kallie, she was a kid. But she’s an adult now.”

Peurifoy is a three-time All-Lowcountry selection. Joining her on the team this year are teammates Baker Walls and Megan Hunt. Merriman is the coach of the year.

Wando, the Class AAAA state champion, has four players on the team — Melissa McCool, Rachel Torlay, Grace Gore and Megan O’Connor.

Bishop England has three players — Julianne Dahlman, Julia Shahid and Molly Moriarty. The other All-Lowcountry players are Madison Jones from West Ashley, Brandon Key from Berkeley, Anna Davis from Colleton County, Jenna Stoner from Hanahan and Tahirih Nesmith from Porter-Gaud.