With six goals in his team’s first four games this season, Sam Brown announced his presence to the Central League. As the season progressed, the Loyola commit chose to more often pull the strings, setting up teammates and earning the Lions a District 1 Class 4A playoff berth.
The end result was 11 goals, 10 assists and the honor as the Central League MVP for the Penncrest senior, as voted by league coaches.
None of Delco’s nine Central League teams earned more than one selection to the first team. Undefeated Conestoga deservedly earned three first-team picks and five among the first two teams, while Lower Merion also claimed three-first team bids.
Joining Brown on the first team is Garnet Valley’s Matt Moore, Haverford’s Sean Cannon and Radnor’s Jack Miller.
Note: All-Central teams are chosen by league coaches. The Daily Times has no input on the proceedings whatsoever.
MVP: Sam Brown, Penncrest
Nick Jennings, Conestoga
Chris Donovan, Conestoga
Matt Moore, Garnet Valley
Alex Kades, Harriton
Sean Cannon, Haverford
Tim O’Hare, Lower Merion
Sam Brown, Penncrest
Jack Miller, Radnor
Blaise Milanek, Conestoga
Ryan Tillman, Lower Merion
Sabastian Jenkins, Lower Merion
Harrison Hotham, Strath Haven
Adam Azab, Marple Newtown
Mohamed Camara , Upper Darby
Gabe Harms, Conestoga
Andrew Weir, Garnet Valley
Josh Cunningham, Haverford
David Novacich, Lower Merion
Ryan Peter, Radnor
Shea Morgan, Penncrest
Mason Miller, Conestoga
Ben Toomey, Radnor
Conestoga: Mike McCarthy, Will Klein
Garnet Valley: Michael Buchy, Jacob Schwien
Harriton: Emil Andersen, Evan Tracy
Haverford: Cam Morse, Wilson Dodds
Lower Merion: Max Shapiro, Thomas Podrasky
Marple Newtown: Richie Hannig, Eamonn Clinton, Rajbir Lohat
Penncrest: Christian Evans, Max Brown, Alex Boudazin
Radnor: Cal Congleton, Ben Verbofsky
Ridley: Brendan Higgins, Kyran Baker
Springfield: Ron Miller, Thomas McCaffery
Strath Haven: Jeremy Baker, Josh Mason
Upper Darby: Daniel Willie, Scott Devlin