The list for the 2010 boys soccer season All-Continental League selections are in, and it’s not surprise that Mountain Vista, being the Class 5A …
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The list for the 2010 boys soccer season All-Continental League
selections are in, and it’s not surprise that Mountain Vista, being
the Class 5A state runner up, and ThunderRidge, which made the
semifinals, have plenty of selections to boast about.
First-team selections were very kind to Vista, but among the
honorees was Castle View defender Hector Porragas. Chaparral also
had plenty of players among the mix. The Wolverines had striker
William Davis, defender Sean Salansky, midfielder Stephan Salansky
and midfielder Ben Smith among its nods.
Douglas County defender Jeremy Baldyga and striker Dustin Berg
were selected, as well as Heritage’s midfielder Brian Chamberlain,
striker Tanner Swenson and midfielder Isaac Witte.
From Highlands Ranch, Michael O’Neal was an honoree, while
Vista’s striker Jordan Anner, defender Nick Black, midfielder
Tidiane Dia, defender Hunter McElyea and goalkeeper Trevor Obering.
Ponderosa’s defender Hunter Britegam, striker Pat LaPorta and
midfielder Jordan Spring were also first-team selections.
Dia and Berg shared the league’s Player of the Year honors.
Among second-team nods, Castle View had midfielder Parker Smith
and striker Mike Thomas. Chaparral’s defender Nick Daily and
striker Hunter Nail were both selected. County’s goalkeeper Grant
Melo and defender Tanner Reinhart were selected. Heritage’s
defender Gaines Adams, midfielder Jacob Peterson and striker Jeff
Whitney were honored. Highlands Ranch midfielder Ryan Lord got a
nod, while Legend midfielder Tyler Neate receivd the same.
Littleton’s defender Kevin Fennelly was also second team.
From Vista, striker Dominic Pacheco and midfielder Luke Woodruff
were honored, while in their first post-season of Class 5A action,
Rock Canyon midfielder David Bolt and defender Matt Morgan were
ThunderRidge, in their exciting late season run to the 5A
semifinals, had five of its players among the Continental
second-team selections. Among them were midfielder Tyler Buck,
striker Nick Campbell, defender Thomas Clukies, midfielder
Lexington Leitmayer and goalkeeper Nick Mabry.
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