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Mercury All-Area Boys Soccer Teams

FIRST TEAM

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Toni Adewole, junior, defender, Hill School

Steven Brady, senior, goalkeeper, Owen J. Roberts

Bruce Dowlin, senior, midfielder, Owen J. Roberts

Owen Gulati, senior, forward, Spring-Ford

Alex Kidwell, junior, forward, Boyertown

Phil Meszaros, junior, midfielder, Phoenixville

Levi Roberts, senior, defender, Boyertown

Brandon Ott, junior, midfielder, Owen J. Roberts

Cole Pajovich, senior, defender, Spring-Ford

Tyler Rolando, junior, midfielder, Pottsgrove

Connor Stevenson, senior, midfielder, Methacton

SECOND TEAM

Fred Agliano, senior, goalkeeper, Boyertown

Jamie Burns, senior, forward, Daniel Boone

Jared Cooney, senior, midfielder, Owen J. Roberts

Will Kaiser, junior, midfielder, Pottsgrove

Graham Pugh, sophomore, forward, Owen J. Roberts

Erik Recke, junior, defender, Boyertown

Ryan Pellicano, senior, defender, Methacton

Will Schul, junior, midfielder, Boyertown

Andre Souza, junior, forward, Phoenixville

Michael Stokes, senior, defender, Phoenixville

Danny Yudt, senior, defender, Boyertown

HONORABLE MENTION

Boyertown: Adam Gilbert, Sid Kabinoff, Sam Marks, Nik Verma

Daniel Boone: Brenden Valverde, Andrew Baer, Greg Blume

Hill School: Ethan Norton, Jimmy Davidson

Methacton: Kevin Conrad, Eric Kihle, Tyler Ziegler

Owen J. Roberts: Austin Koury, Jason Long, Taurean Lee

Perkiomen School: PK Arthur

Perkiomen Valley: Jakob Fischer, Chris Fiore, Michael Weir

Pope John Paul II: Eric Brock, Liam McCluskey, Andrew Snyder

Pottsgrove: Noah Lear, Nate Miller, Justin Toth, Nate Yuchimiuk

Pottstown: Logan Pennypacker

Spring-Ford: Kyle Allan, Justin Allebach, Matt Schweitzer

Upper Perkiomen: Ethan Moyer

COACH OF THE YEAR

Scott Didyoung, Boyertown

In his 24th year leading the Bears, Didyoung made the right moves in bolstering his defense with experienced upperclassmen while finding the right newcomers to fill the scoring gap, leading to a Pioneer Athletic Conference championship and 15-4-1 record. Didyoung surpassed 300 career wins in a win over Upper Perkiomen on Sept. 30 and finished the season on 307 wins, second place in Berks County history after passing Mike Moyer (305).

 

 

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