Ravell Call, Deseret News
NOTE: The Deseret News picks the MVPs, but the remainder of the all-state teams are based on coaches votes.
Blaze Nelson, Olympus, MF, Sr.
The versatile glue that held the midfield together. Orchestrated on both sides of the field.
4A First Team
Chris Reyes, Mtn. View, Sr. — Struck fear in many, 22 goals
Richard Haddock, Bountiful, Sr. — Apparent leader, 11 goals
Matt Gay, Orem, Sr. — The key to the offense, 18 goals
Ethan Cope, Woods Cross, Jr. — Big time scorer, 16 goals
Jake Miles, Springville, Sr. — Led with 7 goals as a MF
Amer Sasivarevic, Olympus, Jr. — Midfield anchor, 13 goals
Austin Buxton, Timpanogos, Sr. — Creative, incredible 18 goals
Besser Davila, Mtn. View, Sr. — Speedy and great on ball
Christian Clark, Orem, Sr. — Helped shutout opponents
Jason Cook, East, Sr. — Unparalleled speed and drive
Trase Stapley, Roy, Jr. — Hefty contribution to team's success
Q Bailey, Orem, Sr. — Speedy and knowledgeable defense
Spencer Critchfield, Murray, Sr. — Pure athleticism, 7 shutouts
Ethan Cash, Olympus, Sr. — Best attitude, 11 shutouts
4A Second Team
Alec Woolley, Mtn. View., Jr.
Christian Cardoso, Provo., Jr..
Michael Ropelato, Roy., Sr.
Leo Calquin, Woods Cross., Sr.
Stockton Larsen, Clearfield., Jr.
Clay Powell, Murray., Jr.
Payden Pemberton, Salem Hills., Sr.
Justin Ward, Woods Cross., Sr.
Jordan Augat, Herriman., Sr.
David Enciso, Timpanogos., Jr.
Benji Bonilla, Logan., Sr.
Alex Terrin, Springville., Sr.
Kyle Chance, Herriman., Jr.
Keaton Critchlow, Hillcrest., Sr.
Thomas Rodriguez, Murray., Sr.
Guillermo Gea, Mtn. View., Sr
Giovanni Vasquez, Roy., Jr.
Steve Hansen, Orem., Sr.
Gavin Van Minde, East., Jr.
4A Honorable Mention
Andrew Clayton, Murray; Jake Thomson, Orem; Jordan Erekson, Murray; Edgar Cordova, Mountain View; Kevin Augustin, Mtn. View; Austin McBride, Mountain View; Kayden Brinkerhoff, Roy; Jeff Brown, Olympus; Ace Phillips, Logan; Mitch Fowler, Orem; Kevin Augustin, Mtn. View; Gage Woodward, Bonneville; Branden Estrada, Hillcrest; Alex Souvall, Murray; Trentin Atkin, Hillcrest.
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