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All-Area Boys Soccer

December 02, 2005

Jr.

2005 First Team

Player of the Year
Treavor GelsingerJr.FGreencastleMid-Penn Capital Player of the Year and Pennsylvania All-State selection had 27 goals and 21 assists for 75 total points - second-best in the area - and his 3.75 points-per-game average tied for the area lead.Kevin BrashearsSr.GKSt. Maria GorettiFantastic three-sport athlete posted 8 shutouts and a 1.05 goals-against average while making 176 saves for the Apple Valley League champions.Mark ConnellyJr.FBoonsboroHad 13 goals and 10 assists as one-half of Warriors' terrific front-line duo.Kevin CramerSo.FChambersburgA key part of the Trojans' rise to respectability in the brutal Mid-Penn Commonwealth, Cramer led the team with 8 goals and 8 assists.Michael CushwaSr.FSt. Maria GorettiThe Gaels' top attacker finished with 20 goals and 9 assists.Corey GroveJr.MChambersburgDid everything the Trojans needed: Finished with 5 goals and 5 assists and played solid defense to make the Mid-Penn Commonwealth first team with Cramer.Derek HadleySr.FWilliamsportHad 16 goals and 6 assists for the Wildcats - none bigger than his goal in OT of the Class 1A West semifinals to give Boonsboro its only loss.Phil JordanSr.FWilliamsportFinished with 13 goals and 12 assists; 38 points tied Hadley for team lead.Tyler McKenrickSr.FBoonsboroMaryland All-State second-team selection had 24 goals and 12 assists; he shares the points-per-game lead with Gelsinger.Evan MellottJr.FMcConnellsburgHis 24 goals tied for sixth-best in the area as the Spartans finished 14-5-1.Trent ReidFMartinsburgWest Virginia AAA All-State first-team selection led the area with 36 goals and 81 points, helping the Bulldogs reach the state semifinals.Will RouseSr.MMartinsburgFinished with 20 goals and 12 assists; West Virginia AAA All-State first team.Robbie SchererSr.MThomas JohnsonDefense-first midfielder was the keystone in the Patriots' often-impenetrable back line. TJ allowed just 14 goals in 17 games.Daniel ShannonJr.FTuscaroraMaryland All-State second-team selection had 12 goals and 5 assists.Mike ThomasJr.FThomas JohnsonLed TJ with 8 goals and 11 assists; Maryland All-State second-team selection.Coach of the YearSteve GroveChambersburgGrove turned the Trojans into Mid-Penn Commonwealth contenders and playoff qualifiers one year after a 4-11-3 season.

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