Hailey Stodden was named player of the year in her league, her region, her classification — and now her state.
Stodden, a senior at Broomfield, was selected at Colorado's girls soccer player of the year by Gatorade on Monday morning.
She scored 32 goals and had 10 assists for the Eagles last season in helping Broomfield (18-1-1) advance to the Class 5A state title game. Stodden had 10 multi-goal games, and seven hat tricks.
After the season, Stodden was named player of the year by the Front Range League, and then the Boulder County player of the year by BoCoPreps.com. Last week, she was named the 5A girls soccer player of the year, as well as first-team all-state.
"I had to change my whole lineup just to try to contain Hailey," said Poudre coach Brenda Olivas in a statement. "She is a great player."
Surprisingly, Stodden is the first Gatorade girls soccer player of the year from Broomfield, which has been to four championship games since 2013, and won the 2006 4A title.
She is the sixth overall athlete from Broomfield to win a Gatorade award, and third girl.
Stodden, who has a 3.63 GPA, has signed to play college soccer at the University of Utah.
She volunteers locally with Precious Child, filling back-packs for children in need.