All-State Soccer Players Named

Thursday, June 13, 2013
CLASS AAA

Forwards

Blake Chidester Brentwood 12
Jorge De Gyves Dobyns Bennett 12
Yaseen Dheyauldeen John Overton 12
# Elliot Jones Karns 12
Derek Knotts Smyrna 12
# Mitch Mersman Dickson County 12
# Eli Price Houston 12
Ricky Ramirez Coffee County 12
Evan Reiley Cookeville 11
Christian Rivera LaVergne 12
# Brad Ross Franklin 12
Brent Seltzer Bearden 12
Gary Thomas Wilson Central 11
Trey Tucker Ooltewah 11

Midfielders
Warren Austin Dobyns Bennett 12
Fredrick Bergman Seymour 11
# Charles Blankenship Houston 12
Johnny Bracewell Science Hill 12
Aldair Cruz Antioch 10
Joseph Earl Hendersonville 12
Luedy Franco Ooltewah 10
Christian Gonzalez McGavock 12
Carlos Hernandez Blackman 12
Cameron Kerper Smyrna 12
Logan Kington Hardin Valley 10
Tyler Long Rossview 12
Emilio Moore Farragut 12
Sean Murphy Columbia Central 12
Brad Newman Germantown 12
Ryan Reilly Maryville 12
Chris Reynolds Tullahoma 12
Michael Roberts Collierville 12
Victor Shem Oak Ridge 12
James Togbah Beech 12

Defenders
Allister Berger Franklin 12
Cade Brasher Station Camp 12
Alex Crowe Ooltewah 12
Zach Keller Centennial 11
Tyler Klarner Farragut 11
Billy Latimer LaVergne 12
Justin Lomax Farragut 12
# Austin Pate Dobyns Bennett 12
Chad Reisenbeck Houston 11

Goalkeepers
Drew Egan Hendersonville 11
Ryan Jorgensen Maryville 11
# Paxton Mitchell Blackman 12
Pablo Portillo Glencliff 11
Brady Thornberry Collierville 11
Bobby Williams Rossview 12

CLASS A/AA


Forwards
Josh Brower Chattanooga Christian 9
Ryan Creel Christian Academy of Knoxville 12
# Hays Culbreth Greeneville 11
# Drew Fezell Greeneville 12
Jalen Goddard East Hamilton 12
Dane Piazza Trenton Peabody 11
Josh Russell Christ Presbyterian Academy 12
Luis Vital White House 12
# Lowell Williams University School-Johnson City 10
Mathew Worley Gibbs 12
Midfielders
Baggio Card Notre Dame 12
Kyle Gallups East Hamilton 12
## Manuel Madrid Kingsbury 12
Clark Marshall Chattanooga Christian 11
Zach McNeill Dyersburg 11
Jose Orellana East Hamilton 10
Tyler Robertson Notre Dame 11
Austin Thomas White House 12
## Stevie Thompson Christian Academy of Knoxville 12
Eric Torres Obion County Central 12
Zakaria Warsame Kingsbury 12
Conner Williams University School-Johnson City 12

Defenders
Taylor Collins Christ Presbyterian Academy 12
Jonathan Compean Crockett County 10
DJ Patterson Greeneville 12
Chris Patti Christian Academy of Knoxville 11

Goalkeepers
Bow Shafer Page 11

DIVISION IIAA

Forwards
# Trey Gill Montgomery Bell Academy 12
Kyle Johnston Baylor 10
Will Kaelin Memphis University School 12
Baylor McKay Brentwood Academy 12
Griffin Smith Pope John Paul II 12
Lowry Wilson Father Ryan 11

Midfielders
# Daniel Camuti Memphis University School 12
Josh Edmondson Father Ryan 12
Barrett Mills Christian Brothers 11
Jonah Rappuhn Montgomery Bell Academy 11
# Ramsey Seagle Baylor 12

Defenders
Daniel Brown Battle Ground Academy 11
Henry Lynch Montgomery Bell Academy 12
Marek Stout McCallie 12
  Luke Strebel Father Ryan 11

Goalkeepers
None 

#previous All-State selection



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