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Boys Soccer

Ben Brock
Ben Brock First Team

School: McCallie

Grade: 12, , Brock, who turned down multiple Division I soccer scholarships, scored 22 goals while adding five assists for the Division II-AA state runners-up.

Jonah Bryan
Jonah Bryan First Team

School: McCallie

Grade: 12, , The Lee University signee led a Blue Tornado defense that posted 10 shutouts and finished second in Division II-AA.

Omar Hernandez
Omar Hernandez First Team

School: Dalton

Grade: 10, , The Wake Forest commitment and Georgia Gatorade player of the year had 28 goals and 20 assists for the Catamounts.

Daniel Isep
Daniel Isep First Team

School: Calhoun

Grade: 12, , The All-Region 6-AAA selection had 29 goals and 11 assists for the state runners-up.

Rijad Kasic
Rijad Kasic First Team

School: East Ridge

Grade: 12, , The East Ridge valedictorian posted a final season of 30 goals and 17 assists for the Region 3-AA semifinalists.

Eemeli Makela
Eemeli Makela First Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 12, , The Lee University signee and Division II-AA East/ Middle Region most valuable player had 18 goals and 13 assists for the state champions.

Carlos Martinez
Carlos Martinez First Team

School: Northwest Whitfield

Grade: 12, , The Dalton State signee had 16 goals and 12 assists when he wasn't defending the backline for the Class AAAA state champions.

Christian Newport
Christian Newport First Team

School: Rhea Co

Grade: 12, , The District 6-AAA and Region 3-AAA most valuable player broke a school record with 22 goals, leading the Eagles to their first-ever state sectional appearance.

Mats Pokela
Mats Pokela First Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 12, , Pokela, who is headed to the University of North Carolina as a punter, allowed eight goals in 16 matches.

Thomas Priest
Thomas Priest First Team

School: McCallie

Grade: 12, , The Lipscomb signee had 12 assists for the Blue Tornado, helping the school finish second in the DII-AA state tournament.

Hayes Wood
Hayes Wood First Team

School: Boyd-Buchanan

Grade: 11, , The Lipscomb commitment had 26 goals and 24 assists for the Division II-A state semifinalists.

Jonathan Castillo
Jonathan Castillo Second Team

School: Calhoun

Grade: 12

Neyder Gonzalez-Galvez
Neyder Gonzalez-Galvez Second Team

School: Howard

Grade: 10

Sam McDonald
Sam McDonald Second Team

School: Walker Valley

Grade: 12

Daniel MonteJano
Daniel MonteJano Second Team

School: Northwest Whitfield

Grade: 11

Ayden Otero
Ayden Otero Second Team

School: Boyd-Buchanan

Grade: 12

Asa Owens
Asa Owens Second Team

School: Boyd-Buchanan

Grade: 12

Nathan Rincon
Nathan Rincon Second Team

School: Dalton

Grade: 11

Tony Saldana
Tony Saldana Second Team

School: Dalton

Grade: 11

Alexander Soldevilla
Alexander Soldevilla Second Team

School: Sonoraville

Grade: 12

Vincente Vaca
Vincente Vaca Second Team

School: Northwest Whitfield

Grade: 12

Keegan Weekley
Keegan Weekley Second Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 12

Casey Beck
Casey Beck Third Team

School: Cleveland

Grade: 12

Jack Combs
Jack Combs Third Team

School: Signal Mountain

Grade: 12

Aaron Fraire
Aaron Fraire Third Team

School: Dalton

Grade: 12

Maxwell Gray
Maxwell Gray Third Team

School: Signal Mountain

Grade: 12

Baltazar Mateo
Baltazar Mateo Third Team

School: Trion

Grade: 10

Fabian Navarro
Fabian Navarro Third Team

School: Northwest Whitfield

Grade: 9,

Yorlin Piedrasanta
Yorlin Piedrasanta Third Team

School: Sonoraville

Grade: 10

Leo Rangel
Leo Rangel Third Team

School: Southeast Whitfield

Grade: 11

Andre Roberts
Andre Roberts Third Team

School: McCallie

Grade: 12

Jansen Trejo
Jansen Trejo Third Team

School: North Murray

Grade: 12

Josue Villa
Josue Villa Third Team

School: Tyner

Grade: 10

Ryan Scoggins
Ryan Scoggins , Coach

School: Northwest Whitfield

Coach, Scoggins and his Northwest Whitfield Bruins overcame an emotional loss to rival Southeast Whitfield in the Region 6-AAAA championship game, which preceded the loss of three players - including their top goal scorer and defender - to win the Class AAAA state championship. Scoggins turned to youth, starting seven freshmen in the title match. "I'm just so proud of how resilient my players were," Scoggins said. "We overcame the highs and the lows of the season, lost some players and regrouped with seven freshmen. It was just amazing; it was like a movie, almost too good to be true but true. "I'm so thankful for how resilient they were. They believed in each other, and this season was just amazing."