Chattanooga Boy's Soccer Represented By DII Schools On TSWA All-State Teams

Baylor, McCallie And Boyd Buchanan Athletes Named To Squads

Saturday, July 9, 2022
Chattanooga’s honorees to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association’s 2022 Boy’s All-State Soccer Teams was limited to Division II players. DII-AA state champion Baylor had three selections, while McCallie and Boyd Buchanan had one each.

The Red Raiders were represented by goal keeper Zach Obamadu and defenders Jake Kellerhals and David Mitchell, while Dylan Capazario, a forward, was the Blue Tornado's selectee

In DII-A, the Buccaneers’ forward Mills Wood was the lone honoree.

TSWA 2022 BOYS ALL-STATE SOCCER TEAMS

Class AAA 
GK: Thomas Fields, Brentwood, Jr. 
GK: Patrick Murin, Collierville, Jr.
F: Lucas Nordin, Bearden, Jr.
F: William Becker, Hendersonville, Sr.
F: Micah Soper, Collierville, Jr.
MF: Forrest Wells, Brentwood, Sr.
MF: Graham Duncan, Rossview, So.
MF: Dylan Kolnick, Bearden, Sr.
MF: Connor MacLean, Station Camp, Jr.
D: Cage, Warmth, Germantown Houston, Sr.
D: Nima Bahrami, Knox West, Sr.
D: Riley Clothier, Oakland, Sr.
 
Class AA 
GK: Jack Gorman, Page, Sr. 
GK: Lake Lovorn, South Gibson, Sr.
F: Andre Moriel, Central Magnet, Sr.
F: Masudi Nyembo, Austin-East, Sr.
F: Jacob Eubanks, Knox Halls, Jr.
MF: Hyatt McDonald, Page, Jr.
MF: Grant Goodman, South Gibson, So.  
MF: Will Kassebaum, Central Magnet, Jr.
MF: Drew Shelton, Greeneville, Jr.
D: Ismail Mustafa, Valor Collegiate Academy, Sr.
D: Kaleb McCauley, South Gibson, Sr.
D: Drew Hillyer, Greeneville, Jr.
 
Class A 
GK: Callum Donnell, Madison Academic, Jr.
GK: Jeffri Valladares, Gatlinburg-Pittman, Fr.
F: Kalao Ebalo, STEM Prep Academy, Sr.
F: Donovon Pruitte, Madison Academic, Jr.
F: Kyler Hartley, Harpeth, Sr.
MF: Cody Kihlberg, Gatlinburg-Pittman, Sr.
MF: Braden Nye, Madison Academic, Jr.
MF: George Anwar, STEM Prep Academy, Sr.
MF: Christian Sentz, Giles County, Fr.
D: Bacon Lauderback, Alcoa, So.
D: David Donaldson, Harpeth, Sr.
D: Kyle Korth, Madison Academic, Jr.
 
Division II-A
GK: Jesse Koellein, Grace Christian Academy-Franklin, Jr.
GK: Luke Hyatt, Donelson Christian Academy, So.
F: Malachi Jones, Grace Christian Academy-Franklin, Sr. 
F: Mills Wood, Boyd Buchanan, Jr.
F: Darius Barksdale, Goodpasture, Sr.
MF: Levi Jones, Grace Christian Academy-Franklin, Sr. 
MF: Chase Stokely, Christian Academy of Knoxville, Jr.
MF: Cameron Wooten, University School of Nashville, Jr.
D: Uyi Odeh, University School of Jackson, Jr.
D: Connor Armstrong, Grace Christian Academy-Franklin, Sr.
D: Zach Smith, Grace Christian Academy-Franklin, Fr.
D: Chester Evans, University School of Jackson, So.
 
Division II-AA
GK: Zach Ubamadu, Baylor School, Jr. 
G: Wren Jacobs, Montgomery Bell Academy, Sr.
F: Chris DeCamillo, Ensworth School, Jr.
F: Dylan Capazario, McCallie School, So.
F: Patrick Lee, Christ Presbyterian Academy, Sr.
MF: Spencer Bernard, Knox Webb, Sr.
MF: JP Quigley, Knox Webb, Jr.
MF: Johnny Drouillard, Christian Brothers, Sr.
D: Dylan Keiner, Father Ryan, Sr.
D: Jake Kellerhals, Baylor School, Jr.
D: David Mitchell, Baylor School, Jr.

D: Nolan Armstrong, Father Ryan, Jr.


(Contact Prep Sports Editor Dennis Norwood at dennisnorwood56@gmail.com; follow him on Twitter at @noogasportsdude)


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