Shelby Stine netted 104 goals during her record-breaking career with the Hannibal girls soccer team.

The standout also scored some big-time recognition.

Stine was named all-state by the Missouri Soccer Coaches Association as a Class 3 second-team selection.

The Hannibal-LaGrange University bound playmaker finished her career as the leading scorer in school history. Despite facing many double teams this year, she still finished with 40 goals, including seven game-winners.

The senior forward was chosen to the North Central Missouri All-Conference first team as well as to all-district and all-region honors.

Kaylee Falconer joins Stine as a second Lady Pirate to garner attention at the state level.

Falconer was selected as an honorable mention on the Class 3 team in addition to all-region and all-conference status.

The sophomore midfielder provided 26 goals and 13 assists and was second on the team with 69 shots on goal.

Hannibal senior goalkeeper Shelby Nelson was named academic all-state as one of 29 girls statewide awarded for their success on the field and in the classroom.

Nelson was also an all-conference selection.

The Lady Pirates finished the season with a 16-7-1 record.