(Festus) Riley Cappozzo was one of the most dynamic girls’ soccer players in the state.
And not only did that help the St. Pius Lancers reach a state championship game.
It also earned the junior a spot on the Regional Radio Dream Team.
Cappozzo paced the Class 1 runners-up with 19 goals and 14 assists.
She says she’s grateful that other coaches notice how much of a well-rounded player she’s become.
Cappozzo was all-conference, all-district and a first-team all-state selection.
She says being a cerebral player is what allows her to not only have individual success, but also the ultimate goal of team success.
But Cappozzo didn’t do it alone.
Cappozzo was one of 5 St. Pius players to earn all-state honors, including senior College Flanagan, who was named the Class 1 offensive co-player of the year, and sophomore Emily Vatterott, who was the state defensive player of the year.
Riley Cappozzo Dream Team Interview