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Joined Soccer Mentors State Players of the Week: May 24-30

MaxPreps and the Unified Soccer Mentors Affiliation declared today the 7 young men and 10 young ladies who have been named the MaxPreps/Joined Soccer Secondary School State Players of the Week for their on-field endeavors from May 24-30.

Joined Soccer Mentors utilizes results and measurements given by MaxPreps.com to choose one kid and one young lady honoree from each partaking state contending throughout the Fall, Winter, and Spring seasons.

Mentors needing to assign their players should submit measurements to MaxPreps.com all together for their competitors to be thought of. Champs get a MaxPreps/Joined Soccer Mentors marked letterman’s fix and acknowledgment on both MaxPreps.com and UnitedSoccerCoaches.org.

Selections are expected each Sunday by 11:59 p.m. ET every week to be thought of.

*All three seasons are consolidated because of Coronavirus rescheduling.

Gold country

Young men

Logan Mill operator, Thunder Mountain (Juneau)

Young ladies

Sam Dilly, Thunder Mountain (Juneau)

California

Young men

Riley Blount, Oakdale

Young ladies

Amelie Olivera, Forest

Colorado

Young ladies

Kate Runyon, Jefferson Institute (Broomfield)

Illinois

Young ladies

Blair Keebler, Williamsville

Iowa

Young men

Mitchell Dickson, Waukee

Young ladies

Meghan White, Ankeny Centennial

Kansas

Young ladies

Morgan Dunn, Northwest (Wichita)

Michigan

Young ladies

Cameron Smith, Cass Tech (Detroit)

Missouri

Young ladies

Mileah Metcalf, Webb City

Tennessee

Young men

Samuel Barrionuevo, Beauty Christian Foundation (Franklin)

Utah

Young men

Riley Liston, Horizon (Salt Lake City)

Virginia

Young men

Owen Ecklund, Appomattox Local Lead representative’s Crafts and Tech (Petersburg)

Young ladies

Ella Seymore, Abingdon

Washington

Young men

Ali Ahmadzada, Cultivate (Tukwila)

Wisconsin

Young ladies

Lydia Steinbauer, Kewaskum Secondary School

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