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Class 5A

First Team

Forwards
Aidan Kuhls - Bishop Miege (Junior)
Tanner Staab - Hays (Senior)
Isai Gutierrez - Liberal (Senior)
Eduardo Moreno - Liberal (Senior)
Mikey Geist - St. Thomas Aquinas (Senior)
Erick Rivera - Seaman (Junior)
Jordan Blankenship - Topeka West (Senior)
Joe Albright - Winfield (Senior)

Midfielders
Taylor Walter - Blue Valley (Senior)
Drue Brenning - Kapaun (Senior)
Brenden Bombardier - Kapaun (Senior)
Andrew Brown - St. Thomas  Aquinas (Senior)
Jesse Lennon - Salina Central (Junior)

Defenders
Brandon Ramirez - Bishop Miege (Freshman)
Jake Hackney - Blue Valley (Senior)
Austin Williams - Kapaun (Senior)
Tyler Heying - St. Thomas Aquinas (Senior)
Eddie Franco - Salina South (Senior)
Jake Weigel - Shawnee Heights (Senior)

Goalkeeper
Evan Wright - Blue Valley (Senior)
Kobi Mashnouk - Kapaun (Senior)
Ryan Emme - Salina Central (Junior)

Coach of the Year: Lori Navarro - Liberal

Honorable Mention

Forwards
Cole McCubbin - Blue Valley (Senior)
Ben Daniels - Blue Valley SW (Senior)
Noel Torres - Emporia (Junior)
Kellen Griffen - Hays (Junior)
Jimmy Bormolini - Lansing (Junior)
Jake McCurry - Lansing (Senior)
Damion Cooper - Salina Central (Junior)
Stephen Hindermann - Wichita West (Senior)

Midfielders
Darin Ranney - Bishop Carroll (Senior)
Stephen Foster - Bishop Miege (Junior)
Noel Rodriquez - Great Bend (Senior)
Joe Campos - Liberal (Senior)
Jack Lopez - Mill Valley (Sophomore)
Wade Parks - St. Thomas Aquinas (Senior)
Jacob Martin - Salina Central (Junior)
Demetri Karabinas - Salina South (Senior)
Keaton Heather - Topeka West (Senior)

Defenders
Ben Loflin - Andover (Senior)
Jared Ohm - Bishop Carroll (Senior)
Colin Novick - Bishop Miege (Junior)
Oscar Lemus - Emporia (Senior)
Shane Sulzman - Hays (Senior)
Taylor Vitale - Mill Valley (Senior)
Ludwig Risland - Newton (Senior)
Joe Platten - Salina Central (Senior)
Keaton Arnold - Seaman (Senior)
Cody Scheck - Seaman (Junior)
Sam Heryford - Shawnee Heights (Junior)
Arturo Marrafo - Wichita West (Senior)

Goalkeeper
Luis Fernandez - Bishop Carroll (Sophomore)
Kyle Gress - St. Thomas Aquinas (Junior)
 

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