Rosters Announced For Tennessee-Georgia Boys All-Star Soccer

Classic Matches Scheduled Friday Afternoon At Finley Stadium

Wednesday, June 4, 2014 - by Special to Chattanoogan.com

The first contests of the Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Classics will be played Friday when the boys’ and girls’ soccer teams play at Finley Stadium.

The matches have been changed, with the girls playing at 2 p.m. with the boys playing at 4:30 p.m.

All-Star officials have released the boys’ rosters.

Tennessee  

Name                                      School                         Position
Adam Pickett                           Signal Mountain             Keeper
Jonathan Crossman                 Chatt.

Christian               Keeper
Tomas Arciniega                       Baylor                          Defense
Alex Tyler                                Baylor                         Defense
Drew Godbehere                    Signal Mountain              Defense
Zach Jenkins                            Boyd-Buchanan            Defense
Justus McMillan                      Boyd-Buchanan             Defense
Wylder May                            Arts and Sciences          Defense
Seth Rucker                             McMinn County           Midfield
Kenny Diaz                              Boyd-Buchanan           Midfield
Timi Coker                              McCallie                      Midfield
Rasim Kazic                             East Ridge                   Midfield
Tyler Robertson                      Notre Dame                  Midfield
Nick McGirl                             Notre Dame                 Midfield
Anfernee Avila                        Cleveland                      Forward
Moss Jones                              Cleveland                     Forward
Tad Whitaker                          East Ridge                     Forward
Nelson Cardona                      McMinn County             Forward
Daniel Orozco                         McMinn County             Forward

Coach - John Brose - Cleveland
Coach - Rick Adolph - Ooltewah

Georgia  

No.    Name                           School                      Position

1       Manuel Gonzalez           North Murray              Keeper
01     Raul Moreno                 Calhoun                       Keeper
3       Miguel Villa                   Northwest                   Defense
5       Irwin Rivera                  Coahulla Creek            Defense
8       Kevin Centeno               Northwest                   Defense
9       Jo-An Barcenas             Coahulla Creek           Defense
10      Victor Itubero                North Murray              Striker
11      Javier Velasquez           Calhoun                       Midfield
12      Pedro Garcia                 Coahulla Creek            Striker
16      Tarrin Melick                Sonoraville                  Striker
17      David Franco                Northwest                    Defense
19      Jose Ruiz                      Murray County             Midfield
20      Brandon Blaylock          Calhoun                       Defense
23      Jacob Dotson                 North Murray              Midfield
99      Jose-Luis Rangel            North Murray              Defense
NA      Jose Gardea                  Dalton                         Defense
NA      Manny Solis                  Dalton                         Midfield
NA      Victor Solis                   Dalton                         Midfield
NA      Alex Hernandez            Calhoun                       Midfield
NA      Fernando Arias             Murray County            Midfield
NA      Diego Nunez                 Southeast                    Defender 

Coach - Matt Rice - Calhoun
Coach - Randy Rice – Calhoun

(E-mail Larry Fleming at larryfleming44@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @larryfleming44)

 


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