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2011 NSCAA High School Boys All-America Team
December 14th, 2011 9:20PM

TAGS:  high school boys


[AWARDS] Five seniors -- Andrew Harris (Gilman School, Md.), Sanford Spivey (Santa Barbara, Calif.), Donovan Fraser (Half Hollow Hills West, N.Y.), Michael Gamble (McDonough, Md.) and Drew White (Camas, Wash.) -- earned honors for the second consecutive year on the 2011 NSCAA High School Boys All-America Team. For the complete All-America Team ...

*Repeat selection.

Note: All-American team includes players whose schools play spring seasons and are now in college.

Tucker Hackett Sr. Hand, Conn.
Andrew Harris * Sr. Gilman School, Md.
Cody Niedermeier Sr. Broadneck, Md.
Steven Reiche Sr. Lakeland, N.Y.
Evan Wright, Sr. Blue Valley, Kan.

Zach Carroll, Sr. Grand Blanc, Mich.
Joe Decker Jr. Kingwood, Texas
Nathan Diehl Sr. Mountain Brook, Ala.
Mark Dotseth Sr. Air Force Acad. H.S., Colo.
Dakota Edwards Sr. Sayville, N.Y.
Connor Furgason Sr. Canton, Mich.
Anthony Hernandez Jr. Putnam City North, Okla.
Seth Williams Sr. Bearden, Tenn.
Connor Willings Sr. Lake Highland Prep, Fla.
Brandon Allen, Sr. Saint Joseph, N.J.
Louis Berra Sr. DeSmet Jesuit, Mo.
Brandon Bianchi Sr. Spencerport, N.Y.
Eric Bird Sr. Frank W. Cox, Va.
Elliot Borge Sr. Lyons Township, Ill.
Liam Callahan Sr. Sweet Home, N.Y.
Jonathan Campbell Sr. Greensboro, N.C.
Matthew DeCesare Sr. St. Francis DeSales, Ohio
Cheick Diaware Sr. Scioto, Ohio
Matthew Foldesy Sr. St. Ignatius, Ohio
Malcolm Harris Sr. McDonogh, Md.
Tyler Hilliard Sr. Westminster, Ga.
Femi Hollinger-Janzen Sr. Bethany Christian, Ind.
Ryan Howe Sr. Boylan Catholic, Ill.
Haiden Lane Jr. Brenham, Texas
Darius Madison Sr. LaSalle College, Pa.
Tanner Manfull Sr. Copley, Ohio
Jonathan Mendoza Sr. Northfield Mount Hermon, Mass.
Charlie Miller Sr. Servite, Calif.
Christopher Murray Sr. Canton, Mass.
Devon Orben Sr. Columbus North, Ind.
Colin Patch Sr. LaSalle Acad., R.I.
Derek Schrick Sr. Rockhurst, Mo.
Jack Shea Sr. U-32  East, Vt.
Andre Simmond Jr. Londonderry, N.H.
Sanford Spivey * Sr. Santa Barbara, Calif.
Joshua Turnley Sr. Beaver, Pa.
Kyle Underwood Sr. Aledo, Texas

Matthew Barry Sr. Wethersfield, Conn.
Kyle Bitterman Sr. Hempfield, Pa.
Dominic Bonilla Sr. Collins Hill, Ga.
Brandon Burkholder Sr. Wando, S.C.
Nyder Chardonnette Sr. Uniondale, N.Y.
Austin Clifton Sr. Wichita Northwest, Kan.
Brett Durrance Sr. Jesuit, Fla.
Brett Elder Sr. Worthington Christian, Ohio
Tyler Forbes Sr. Fayetteville-Manlius, N.Y.
Donovan Fraser *Sr. Half Hollow Hills West, N.Y.
Michael Gamble * Sr. McDonogh, Md.
Mathew Gweh Jr. Eastview, Minn.
Moja Hale Jr. Salesianum, Del.
Trey Hemphill Sr. Roberson, N.C.
Patrick Hodan Sr. Marquette Univ. H.S., Wis.
Nestor Jaramillo Jr. Cardinal Newman, S.C.
Matthew Kelly Sr. Rock Bridge, Mo.
Calum Lathum Sr. Catholic Central, Ohio
Eric Lynch Jr. Bellbrook, Ohio
John Manga Sr. Clay, Ky.
Michael O'Brien Sr. Concord-Carlisle, Mass.
Gustavo Peraza Sr., Siloam Springs, Ark.
Ricardo Perez-Contreras, N.M.
Alex Reckas Sr. Marin Acad., Calif.
Luis Rendon Jr. Cosby, Va.
Colin Romisher Sr. Revere, Ohio
Anthony Rozzano Sr. Webster Schroeder, N.Y.
Michael Ryan Sr. Cherokee, N.J.
Nick Skoda Sr. Hardin Valley Acad., Tenn.
Thomas Trupo Sr. Charleston Catholic, W.Va.
Evan Trychta Sr. Naperville North, Ill.
Jaime Vazquez Sr. Tulpehocken, Pa.
Drew White * Sr. Camas, Wash.
Bradley Wilcox Sr. Bangor Christian, Maine
Zach Zurita Sr. Bunnell, Conn.

  1. Robin Embry
    commented on: December 15, 2011 at 4:04 p.m.
    Ric, I agree with you 100%! If for no other reason than having the most populous state in the union in the west, there would have to be more than four players
  1. Steven&linda Pedlow
    commented on: December 19, 2011 at 3:47 p.m.
    77 players in 51 states + DC. Seems unfair to pick more than four from any one state. There are states without players. Are there states without high school soccer?

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