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Edison’s Zac Ingalls earns Sunset League MVP award in boys’ soccer

Edison’s Zac Ingalls earns Sunset League MVP award in boys’ soccer
Zac Ingalls (12) and Dustin Vorhees, left, led the Edison High boys' soccer team to a second straight Sunset League championship in 2017-18. (Scott Smeltzer / Staff Photographer)

Edison High senior forward Zac Ingalls was named the Sunset League MVP during the 2017-18 season for leading the boys’ soccer team to a second straight league title.

Fountain Valley High senior forward Ethan Mack and Edison senior midfielder Dustin Voorhees shared the Offensive Player of the Year award, while Edison senior goalkeeper Mitchell Wilson was the Defensive Player of the Year.

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Ingalls finished with nine goals and 11 assists.

Mack totaled 12 goals.

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Voorhees recorded 12 goals and seven assists.

Edison (16-5-2, 9-1-0 in league) also had senior Jack Morrell, senior Max Copeland, sophomore Kai Peterson, junior Wyatt Burris and senior Cayden Bonner make the first team. The Chargers lost 1-0 to visiting Palos Verdes in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoffs.

Newport Harbor’s first-team members were senior Alex Enriquez, senior Alvin Mancilla and freshman Kevin Soltero. The Sailors (10-10-4, 6-3-1) finished second in the league. They lost 6-2 at Montebello in the first round of the Division 2 playoffs.

Sophomore Tyler Le, junior Callan Mann and senior Anthony Tobon made the first team for Fountain Valley (9-12-1, 5-5), which placed third in the league. The Barons lost 1-0 at Downey in the first round of the Division 1 playoffs.

Fifth-place Huntington Beach (8-15-1, 4-6) received two first-team picks, Lex Wilson and Rigo Cuevas, while last-place Marina (2-17-2, 0-9-1) had one, Marcus Padilla.

The second team included Edison’s Sander Booij, Jake Whitcomb and Chase Bullock, Newport Harbor’s Edgar Arriaga, Jack Starnes and Miguel Sanchez, Fountain Valley’s Sebastian Rus, Cantar Wright and Jackson Ouellette, Huntington Beach’s Luis Hernandez and Owen Radzai, and Marina’s Ebram Azer and Adam Biggins.

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