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Boys, girls soccer All-State Teams


OSSCA All-State Teams

Boys Soccer

DIVISION I

Area First Team: Shayne Gossell (Beavercreek); Gabe Welp (Lakota West)

Area Second team: Hall Banks (Lakota West); Jeremy Brown (Xenia); Emmett Kresslein (Lebanon); Justin Niswonger (Centerville); Nate Norris (Vandalia Butler); Brock Szelesty (Northmont); Alberto Zaragoza (Tecumseh)

Player of the Year: Jack Clark (Mason)

Coach of the Year: Chris Payne (Mentor)

Asst. Coach of the Year: Mark Laux (Findlay)

DIVISION II

Area First Team: Ryan Kagy (Tippecanoe); Noah Kummer (Carroll)

Area Second Team: Cobi Clark (Fenwick); Connor Davis (Indian Lake); Dan Gardner (Oakwood); Jaymen Neff-Strickland (Urbana); Jacob Niemeier (Bellbrook); Daniel Von Der Vellen (Alter)

Player of the Year: Brandon Taylor (Richfield Revere)

Coach of the Year: Bill Mees (Indian Hill)

Asst. Coach of the Year: Bob Parks (Bellbrook)

DIVISION III

Area First Team: Casey Burns (Spg. Cath. Central); Brian Robison (Franklin Monroe); Jared Scarfpin (Yellow Springs)

Area Second Team: Josh Alexander (Dayton Christian); Tyler Banks (Bethel); Blaze Haines (Greeneview); Marcus Horner (Franklin Monroe)

Player of the Year: Christian Hay (Summit Country Day)

Coach of the Year: John Valentic (Kirtland)

Asst. Coach of the Year: Shawn Jenkins (Greeneview)

Girls Soccer

DIVISION I

Area First Team: Jordan Foster (Fairborn); Macy Hamblin (Fairfield); Katie Scarpino (Centerville)

Area Second Team: Brittney Huff (Northmont); Emily Lindsey (Wayne); Madison McKinney (Beavercreek); Livi Raflik (Springboro)

Player of the Year: Sam Edwards (Dublin Coffman)

Coach of the Year: Chris Lee Gentile (Twinsburg)

Asst. Coach of the Year: Kristen Bowman (Lebanon)

DIVISION II

Area First Team: Avalee Hagerty (Alter); Anna Hall (Ross); Sarah Harmer (Tippecanoe)

Area Second Team: Rachel Ahrens (Ross); Crystal Cruz (Northwestern); Josie Dayspring (Oakwood); Monica Hennen (Bellbrook); Jensen Kleis (Northwestern); Abby McNamara (Carroll); Jordan Smith (Northwestern)

Player of the Year: Sydney Elinsky (Rocky River)

Coach of the Year: Patrick Hopkins (Rocky River)

Asst. Coach of the Year: Aleesha Denmeade (Canfield)

DIVISION III

Area First Team: Karly Baird (Lehman Catholic); Malia Berkely (Badin); Amy Gilmore (Fenwick)

Area Second Team: Kendra Beckman (Miami East); Marissa Caldwell (Waynesville); Emma Felty (Spg. Cath. Central); Mackenzie Ligenfelter (Brookville); Allyson Manning (Franklin Monroe); Lauren Peters (Troy Christian); Alexandra Rice (Greeneview); Maddie Woodard (Preble Shawnee)

Player of the Year: Bryce Hueber (Summit Country Day)

Coach of the Year: Edward Bradac (Kirtland)

Asst. Coach of the Year: Jeremy Lorenzo (Lehman Catholic)


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