Hannah Trumball, who was an all-state goalkeeper for Natrona in 2019 will continue her career at Dakota Wesleyan in Mitchell, South Dakota. She has kept up with her all-state pace this season with 101 saves for the Fillies with two weeks to go until the state tournament.  That 101 save mark is not even her career-high and that 101 save plateau is nearly 30 more than the nearest competitor in 4A. Natrona is 5-3-2 on the year and Trumball can be heard directing and encouraging her teammates start to finish in any given match.

Trumball played in the Casper youth soccer ranks at various levels and at one time, her mother was her coach. She also played on a U-17 team that really did well in a national tournament;  in fact, finishing 3rd.  Soccer is her passion and will continue to play the keeper spot at the collegiate level.

Dakota Wesleyan is an NAIA school that plays in the Great Plains Athletic Conference.

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