Jake Anderson, Soph., Midfielder, St. Francis
Provided stellar play in the middle all season, finishing with six goals and eight assists. Earned spot on All-Mission League first-team.
Michael Conrad, Senior, Defender, Burroughs
Was the driving force on the Pacific League’s No. 1 defensive unit that held league opponents to just 11 goals in 14 matches. Was an all-league first-team selection.
Daniel Eng, Senior, Defender, Crescenta Valley
The second-team All-Pacific League selection helped steady the Falcons defensive unit. Collected two goals and two assists.
Filipp Franke, Senior, Forward, La Cañada
Proved to be a main offensive threat for Spartans and was named to the All-Rio Hondo League first team after finishing with 14 goals and eight assists.
Austin Gartside, Senior, Defender, La Cañada
The All-Rio Hondo League Most Valuable Defensive Player finished with four goals and five assists. Named to All-CIF Southern Section Division V first team.
Graham Labran-Boyd, Senior, Goalkeeper, La Cañada
Helped Spartans take second in Rio Hondo League, earning all-league second-team accolades for the playoff-bound squad. Finished with 104 saves and 12 shutouts.
Cole Rademacher, Senior, Forward, Flintridge Prep
Led Rebels with 12 goals and added five assists, receiving All-Prep League first-team recognition in the process.
Tony Royer, Senior, Midfielder, Crescenta Valley
UC Irvine-bound Royer was a first-team All-Pacific League pick. He finished with eight goals and 12 assists for 28 points for the Falcons.
Matt Ryan, Senior, Forward, Crescenta Valley
The talented goal scorer earned All-Pacific League second-team and All-CIF Southern Section Division III third-team honors. Recorded 25 goals and four assists for 54 points.
Ashot Veisyan, Junior, Forward, Burroughs
Proved to be a fine offensive weapon for the league-champion Indians, scoring a team-high 18 goals. Earned all-league first-team and All-CIF Southern Section Division III second-team selections.
Justin Wright, Junior, Midfielder, Crescenta Valley
All-CIF Southern Section Division III and All-Pacific League first-team pick. Finished with 18 goals and 16 assists for 52 points.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Mike Kodama, Burroughs
Piloted Indians to second Pacific League championship in a row against some tough league competition. Burroughs finished 16-4-4 overall and 11-1-2 in league.