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2020-21 Main Street Preps All-Midstate Boys Soccer Team

2020-21 Main Street Preps All-Midstate Boys Soccer Team

Central avenue Preps has named its 2020-21 All-Midstate Boys Soccer Team

See beneath for standout praises, the first and second groups, and respectable notice choices.

Player of the Year

Malachi Jones (Jr., Grace Christian Academy): The Lipscomb submit scored 45 objectives and counted 16 helps this season. Jones might just have driven the Lions to the Division II-A state title however missed the state elimination rounds and finals with a messed up foot.

Group of the Year

Beauty Christian: Despite injury hardship in the end of the season games, the Lions were flatout prevailing. Completing the season 20-2-1, their lone misfortune to a Tennessee group came to Knoxville Webb in the Division II-A state finals. Elegance Christian permitted short of what one objective for every game and found the middle value of 5.7 objectives on offense.

Mentor of the Year

Nate Clapp (Page): Clapp directed Page to its first provincial title since 2003 and 10 diverse school records or achievement marks, including a program-high 19 triumphs this season. Page’s 11-match dominate streak was the longest in school history and its 13 shutouts tied the 2017 group’s record.

All-Midstate First Team

Harrison Watts (Sr., F, Clarksville): Watts had a hostile season for the ages, scoring 32 objectives to go with a group high 29 helps.

Jorge Graniel (Sr., F, Central Magnet): The Maryville underwriter scored 24 objectives and completed his secondary school profession with 50.

Bricklayer Gianakos (Sr., MF, East Hickman): Of his group high 34 objectives, eight came in one game against Culleoka.

Patrick Lee (Jr., MF, CPA): He scored 34 objectives and added 21 helps. Three of his objectives were down champs in the postseason and two helps arrived in a state elimination round misfortune to Knoxville Webb.

Cade MacLean (Sr., MF, Station Camp): The Belmont endorser scored 25 objectives — remembering nine for the postseason — and counted 12 helps.

Harrison Kraus (Sr., MF, Father Ryan): He scored 19 of his profession 25 objectives this season while driving the Irish to the Division II-AA state finals.

Alex Johnson (Sr., MF, Grace Christian): The Belmont underwriter scored 23 objectives and added 11 helps.

Riley Clothier (Jr., CB, Oakland): The District 7-AAA Defensive Player of the Year scored 10 objectives and added up to five helps from the middle back position.

Judah White (Sr., Def., Grace Christian): The Trevecca underwriter was the Lions’ best safeguard during a season when the group permitted short of what one objective for every game.

Ryan Hayes (Sr., Def., Brentwood): A four-year starter made a beeline for play at Emory. He was a crucial guarded piece, yet five of his objectives this year were down champs.

ack Gorman (Sr., Page): The goalkeeper assisted lead With paging to the state finals with 69 recoveries to 12 objectives against (85.2%).

All-Midstate Second Team

Kevin Avalos (Sr., F, Smyrna): Netted 24 objectives to turn into the main scorer in school history. He added 11 helps.

Braxton Robinson (Sr., F, Oakland): The Mars Hill underwriter scored 21 objectives and contributed 13 helps as the 19-1-3 Patriots making the most of their best season ever.

Jayce Harvey (Fr., F, CPA): He scored 26 objectives to go with 15 helps and added a full go-around in the state elimination rounds against Knoxville Webb.

Grayson Dugan (Sr., MF, Page): The Maryville endorser scored 16 objectives while filling in as group skipper.

Quinn Kunath (Sr., MF, MBA): The Roanoke endorser scored 13 objectives while holding down the midfield for the Big Red.

Levi Jones (Jr., MF, Grace Christian): The Lipscomb submit scored 14 objectives and added 13 helps for the Lions.

Ollie Joyner (Sr., MF, Brentwood): Hit three game-victors as a feature of 15 objectives and 10 helps.

Scratch Dang (Sr., Def., Ravenwood): An actually forcing safeguard, he likewise contributed nine objectives and six helps this season.

Trevor Keele (Jr., CB, Merrol Hyde): The best safeguard on a guard that posted 13 shutouts this season and permitted only one objective in Class A contest.

Parker Rody (Sr., Def., CPA): While securing a guard that posted 13 shutouts this season, Rody actually figured out how to contribute 10 objectives and 13 helps.

Naythan Nugent: Northeast’s star goalkeeper was a major piece of the program’s best season ever, saving 146 shots to 33 objectives against.

Respectable notice

Ethan Schlegel (Station Camp), Evan Czerwinski (Station Camp), Donovan Smith (Station Camp), Jak Kemp (Station Camp), Evan Czerwinski (Station Camp), Adan Gonzalez (McGavock), Eli Stein (Martin Luther King Jr.), Caleb Oehlkers (White House Heritage), Eli Kampine (MBA), Rasheed Sarieh (MBA), Bradley Whelan (Franklin), Noe Medina (Smyrna), Travis Hagar (Smyrna), Nolan Colladay (Page), Hyatt MacDonald (Page), Aidan Parker (Brentwood), Sam Barrionuevo (Grace Christian), Brayden Wilson (Oakland), Anthony Carreta (Oakland), Avory Rogers (Oakland), Braden Ross (Oakland), Maddux Souvannaraj (Oakland), Sam Apigian (Central Magnet), Drew Miller (Merrol Hyde), Joshua Lynch (Merrol Hyde), Braden Evans (Merrol Hyde), Lucas Wolthers (Merrol Hyde).

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