The last piece of business to a fall sports season is scoping out who the best players were.
With the boys soccer season recently coming to a close, the three area leagues named their All-League teams to point out who rose above the rest. Here’s who represented their schools with talents in the Macomb Area Conference, Blue Water Area Conference and Greater Thumb Conference South this season.
After a season with 25 goals and five assists in 15 games, University of Detroit commit and St. Clair star Ben Al-Gharabally was named MAC Gold MVP. The Saints also had Ryan Johnson, Bradshaw Roberts and Derek McComas earn All-MAC Gold honors as well.
Marysville also had four players earn the conference’s top honors too with Brett Robinson, Michael Lansky, Michael Booth and Logan Parker earning All-MAC Gold. Port Huron also had one player on that list in forward Ben Wentzel.
Up in the MAC Blue, Port Huron Northern had a pair of players earn All-MAC Blue standing in Kurtis Obermyer and Alex Mayer.
Marine City had Brendan Jackins and Collin Rogers take All-MAC Silver honors as well.
After pouring 34 goals into the net and adding 10 assists, Croswell-Lexington’s Marcel Munger each co-MVP honors with Imlay City’s Kevin Barragan.
The Pioneers had one other player take All-BWAC honors in Noah Yankee. Richmond – co-champs with Imlay City – had four players earn All-BWAC status in Evan Quigley, Robert Trombley, Jonas Doroh and Ivan Torregrosa.
Yale and Capac joined Cros-Lex in having two players earn the conference’s top honors with the Bulldogs having Noah Runnals and William Johnson and the Chiefs having Joe Peters and Jacob Witt on the list. Armada and Algonac each had one player earn All-BWAC, with Nicholas Todd representing the Tigers and Eddie Kendall representing the Muskrats.
After a great season, Marlette has six players taking All-GTC South First Team honors with Marc Mason, Seth Ferguson, Jake Zuhlke, Sean Quade, Barrett George and Bryce George representing the Red Raiders. Colin Ferguson, Hunter Kelly and Luke Strauel of Marlette also picked up Second Team honors.
Memphis has three kids with First Team status in Harrison Krause, Nolan Reeve and Caleb White, and Gavin Gerstenberger made Second Team. Brown City’s Jacob Peters made First Team to represent the Green Devils, and Ryan Ragap, Anthony Ford and Brady Kaufman earned Second Team.