American midfielder and defender Kendall Elizabeth Johnson, born on April 24, 1991, plays professionally in women’s soccer. She competed for the women’s U-23 national soccer team of the United States.
Kendall was reared in Portland, Oregon, where she attended Lincoln High School and earned four letters. She won the Gatorade State Player of the Year award and was selected to the ESPN First Team All-America in 2008.
She won the state player of the year award twice, in 2007 and 2008, was named to the all-state team three times, and won the Portland Interscholastic League Player of the Year award twice. Her high school team went 18-0-0 as a junior in 2007, going unbeaten as a result of her 12 goals and 15 assists.
In 2007 and 2008, Johnson guided Lincoln to state championships. In the 2007 NSCAA High School rankings, the squad was placed first regionally and third overall. In 2008, it was ranked second across the country. Johnson led the squad as captain his senior year and contributed nine assists in addition to 16 goals. She was also recognized as the group’s most important player.
From 2001 to 2009, Johnson played club soccer with FC Portland Sapphire. The team won the state championship three times in 2005, 2007, and 2008 in addition to becoming USYSA Region IV finalists in 2007 and semifinalists in 2005.
Kendall Johnson Boating Accident Table Rock Lake
The St. Louis Heat 04 Zimmer Softball player Kendall Johnson passed away on Sunday night. We offer our condolences to her family.
Her death devastated Kendall Johnson’s family, friends, and teammates on the St. Louis Heat 04 Zimmer Softball Team. She appears to have a great soul, but her family is torn apart.
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