It was Hannah's year during the 2018 high school girls soccer season.
Keller Central sophomore Hannah Gott's 34-yarder vs. Keller and Midlothian Heritage freshman Hannah Dorsey's game-winner vs. Abilene Wylie were voted dfwVarsity goals of the year.
Goal: Gott booted a 34-yard strike that went over the Keller goalkeeper and into the top right corner of the net.
Outcome: Gott would score twice and the Lady Chargers won 3-1 on March 6.
What it meant: It was the first time Central beat Keller in the series in three years. It also secured a district title for the Lady Chargers.
What she said: I was thinking that this is a once in a lifetime opportunity, especially against Keller, and I decided to take it. I thought I was a lot closer so I just went for it, and when I hit it I knew immediately it was going in, there was no doubt in my mind. My team and I were so excited and couldn’t believe what we had just accomplished. We beat Keller for the first time in three years and secured a spot for winning district. The feeling was incomparable to anything I have ever felt. It was probably the best goal I have scored mostly because of what it meant for my team this year.
Goal: Senior Logan Ybarra had one of the biggest assists in Heritage playoff history about 28 yards from the goal and Dorsey put the perfect touch on it just inside box.
Outcome: It ended up being the game winner in the 15th minute for the Lady Jaguars on April 14.
What it meant: Heritage won the 4A Region I final to advance to its first state tournament, where the Lady Jaguars went on to win the 4A championship.
What she said: I was thinking of how fast I had to run so that I could hit it perfectly. I saw the goal keeper coming and the shot I had before the goal I got nailed by the keeper and thought that was going to happen again but I knew that getting to state over-ruled pain. I was so excited and happy for my team. It's my best goal because of the way the team felt after and the bus ride home made the goal one of my best memories.