"I think he's grown a lot over the last couple years," Williamsport coach Chris Downs said. "His technical ability is by far some of the best around. I've not seen anybody with that kind of skill. Initially, we had him at outside midfield because we had a few injuries, but once we got him up front, things started clicking and I think he became a better player."
Reyes finished the year with 15 goals and eight assists and also earned MVAL Antietam first-team honors.
"When I was in the midfield and I saw the forwards getting their chances, I was hungry to get my opportunity to get up there," Reyes said. "When I got up there, I went for it."
"He understood the difference between taking it himself and creating opportunities for others," Downs said. "He could do both, and you don't see that a lot. ... He did it all year for us. He was the one we could count on all the time."
Joining Reyes on the All-County First Team are:
North Hagerstown's senior forward had 20 goals and five assists and made the MVAL Piedmont first team.
Smithsburg's senior midfielder scored three goals as was named to the MVAL Antietam first team.
North Hagerstown's senior midfielder had four goals and four assists and was an MVAL Piedmont first-team selection.
Smithsburg's senior forward had nine goals and seven assists and was named to the MVAL Antietam first team.
Boonsboro's senior forward led the county with 25 goals, added 15 assists and made the MVAL Antietam first team as the Warriors reached the Maryland Class 1A state final.
Williamsport's senior goalkeeper led the county with a 0.78 goals-against average and 10 shutouts, and was an MVAL Antietam first-team selection.
Clear Spring's senior defensive midfielder had two assists and was an MVAL Antietam first-team pick.
Clear Spring's senior defender had a goal and two assists and was named to the MVAL Antietam first team.
Williamsport's senior midfielder had two goals and four assists and was an MVAL Antietam first-team selection.
South Hagerstown's junior defender was selected to the MVAL Piedmont second team.
Grace Academy's junior forward had 17 goals and 10 assists and was selected to the Mason Dixon Christian Conference first team.
St. Maria Goretti's junior midfielder had 12 goals and 11 assists, made the Apple Valley League first team and led the Gaels to the Maryland Private Schools state title.
Williamsport's junior midfielder had six goals and six assists and was an MVAL Antietam first-team selection.
All-County Second Team
Position, Name, School, Class
Midfield, Alex Bollinger, St. Maria Goretti, Junior
Forward, Luke Bunting, Grace Academy, Freshman
Defense, Stephen Johnson, North Hagerstown, Senior
Keeper, Paul Jordan, Boonsboro, Sophomore
Defense, Steve Kopp, Boonsboro, Senior
Defense, Zach Morgan, Grace Academy, Junior
Midfield, Mark Oliver, Williamsport, Junior
Midfield, Devin Repp, Clear Spring, Sophomore
Defense, Allen Sandberg, North Hagerstown, Senior
Midfield, Caleb Serafini, Grace Academy, Junior
Midfield, Keith Welch, Boonsboro, Senior
Midfield, Phil Weller, Smithsburg, Senior
Defense, Aaron Wilkinson, St. Maria Goretti, Junior
Midfield, Nick Ziolkowski, South Hagerstown, Senior
All-County Honorable Mention
Boonsboro -- Ryan Barrett, Micaiah Jessie; Broadfording -- Gabe Hirsch, Andrew Torres, Stephen Torres; Clear Spring -- Matt Blair; Grace Academy -- Kenny Frederickson, Spencer Horst; North Hagerstown -- Joel Henry, Alex Rauch; Smithsburg -- Clayton Layman; St. James -- Andrew Ludwick, Fraser McPherson, Gino Rosignano; St. Maria Goretti -- Nick Martin; Williamsport -- Justin Gardenhour, Adam Weaver.
The All-Washington County players were selected by county coaches. The county player of the year was selected by The Herald-Mail sports staff.