All-State Boys Soccer Teams Released

Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Class AAA


Forwards
Naba Al-Zhiri John Overton 12
Lucas Altman Science Hill 10
Rogelio Balderas Station Camp 12
Nelson Cardona McMinn County 12
Fletcher Ekern Farragut 12
Lert Hasani Gallatin 12
Felipe Hernandez Blackman 10
John Huffman Science Hill 11
Ike Hunsucker Morristown West 11
Kyle Johannes Centennial 12
Blade Kimbro Oak Ridge 12
Peyton McNatt Houston 10
Marvin Mendy Farragut 12
Evan Reiley Cookeville 12
Cameron Schneider Hardin Valley Academy 11
Miles Scott Germantown 12
Cameron Woodfin Mt. Juliet 12
Nick Zalewski Cookeville 11
Oscar Zamura Antioch 10

Midfielders
Allister Berger Franklin 12
Jake Bouldien Collierville 12
Dale Cook West Creek 12
Ryan Coughenour Farragut 12
Shawn Foster Hardin Valley Academy 11
Leudy Franco Ooltewah 11
Mason Gasaway Clarksville 12
Will Little Science Hill 10
Bewar Mohamed John Overton 12
Richie Reichenberger Hendersonville 12
Victor Tsado John Overton 12


Defenders
Chuka Aruh Lebanon 12
Kyle Bennett Riverdale 12
Hunter Hall Bearden 12
John Jucchesi Science Hill 11
Logan Kington Hardin Valley Academy 12
Tyler Klarner Farragut 12
Marlow Payant Collierville 12
Austin Petrovich Brentwood 12
Chad Reisenbeck Houston 12
Brad Ross Franklin 12
Alexander Rigatti Maryville 11
Angel Santiago Ooltewah 10

Goalkeepers
Ryan Jorgensen Maryville 12
Brady Thornbury Collierville 12

Class A/AA

Forwards
Brandon Belcher Lexington 11
Gavin Cox White House Heritage 12
Wade Crutchfield Christian Academy of Knoxville 12
Hayes Culbreth Greeneville 12
Carson East Hume Fogg 12
Julius Juette Chuckey Doak 12
Josh Mathews Dyersburg 12
Tommy Metke Martin Luther King 12

Midfielders
Porter Black Chattanooga Christian 11
Benito Diaz Crocket County 12
Dallas Dunn Christian Academy of Knoxville 11
Zach McNeill Dyersburg 12
Lupe Medina Stratford 11
Keyarash Namtapanah Hume Fogg 10
Tyler Robertson Notre Dame 12
Balsa Rogosic Greeneville 11
Robert Schorr Signal Mountain 12

Defenders
John Broyles Christian Academy of Knoxville 12
Tyler Coe Chuckey Doak 12
Andrew Clark Signal Mountain 12
Patrick Ferrell Hume Fogg 10
Bennie Harris Lipscomb 12
Justus McMillan Boyd Buchanan 12
Reid Weber Lipscomb 12

Goalkeepers
Taylor Bailey Greeneville 11
Alan Serna Hume Fogg 11
Stephen Sherer South Gibson 12

Division IIAA

Forwards 

Cole Cannon Christian Brothers 9
Andrew Conwell Montgomery Bell Academy 11
Luke Parker St. Benedict 11
Robert Stagmaier Baylor 12
Lowry Wilson Father Ryan 12

Midfielders
Austin Maize Baylor 11
Andrew McKeever Christian Brothers 12
Barrett Mills Christian Brothers 12
Jonah Rappuhn Montgomery Bell Academy 12
Jack Skahan Memphis University School 10

Defenders
Jake Barrett Christian Brothers 11
Rafael Gaglinaone Baylor 12
Nicholas Pietrangelo Christian Brothers 12
Luke Strebel Father Ryan 12

Goalkeepers
Colin Brewer Baylor 11



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