5-5, Sr., MF • Oxford
Noteworthy: Ruedas led the team with 19 goals and eight assists, earning the Yellow Jackets’ co-Offensive MVP award for the second straight season.
5-10, Jr, D • Jacksonville
Noteworthy: Tompkins was the glue of the Golden Eagles this past season, serving as the team captain and starting every game. The junior scored 14 goals and contributed eight assists, while also playing excellent defense.
5-6, 8th, F • Donoho
Notewothy: Baker was the leader of the team despite being only an eighth-grader. He led the Falcons with 24 goals for the season. Baker started the year scoring Donoho’s first 18 goals.
5-6, So., MF • Donoho
Noteworthy: Buckner was the workhouse for the Falcons last season while playing center midfielder. The sophomore scored one goal for the season.
5-8, Sr., F • Anniston
Noteworthy: Escareno led Anniston’s offense in every way this past season. The senior led the team with 13 goals and six assists to finish his high school career.
5-11, So., MF • Faith Christian
Noteworthy: McDaniel played a large role for the Lions as a sophomore, scoring 14 goals and recording seven assists.
6-0, Sr., GK • Jacksonville
Noteworthy: Manuel kept the Golden Eagles in numerous games this past season. The senior recorded eight shutouts and also scored two goals as an offensive player.
5-11, Sr., F • Faith Christian
Noteworthy: Emerson led the Lions with 16 goals and also recorded five assists during his senior season at Faith Christian.
4-8, Jr., F • Oxford
Noteworthy: Gomez played a large role for the Yellow Jackets, finishing second on the team with 16 goals and five assists. He was awarded the co-MVP award for Oxford.
6-1, Jr., D • Oxford
Noteworthy: Seltzer earned the Yellow Jackets’ Defensive MVP award after helping Oxford reach the playoffs. The junior started one game as the goalkeeper, a 1-0 win against Gadsden City.
5-11, Sr., D • Oxford
Noteworthy: Lewis played offense and defense for the Yellow Jackets and scored five goals and had three assists on the season. The senior also earned Oxford’s Leadership Award.
Oxford — Matthew Lin, Gustavo Rios, Johnathan Becerra; Faith Christian — Tyler Johnson, Sydney Nordan, Parker Moore; Jacksonville — Brian Pryor, Andrew Staples, Austin Martin, Tyler Pass; Donoho — Wilson Landers.