Jarret Whitehouse, Mt. Vernon, senior, forward
Whitehouse led the Marauders, the county and the Hoosier Heritage Conference with 20 goals scored on the season. The senior captain was named All-HHC and earned All-District first team honors with 48 points accumulated in 16 matches played. Whitehouse had a pair of hat tricks, and he added eight assists overall.
Luke Tuttle, Greenfield-Central, senior, midfielder
Tuttle tied for the third most points amassed in the Hoosier Heritage Conference with 37 this season. He tied for first in assists in the HHC and for the sectional champion Cougars. The All-HHC first team selection contributed 13 goals and 11 assists through 17 matches played. He also earned All-District first team honors.
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Josh Powell, Mt. Vernon, senior, goalkeeper
Powell was dominant in goal for the Hoosier Heritage Conference champion Marauders. He paced the county and the HHC with 123 saves through 1,100 minutes logged. He averaged 7.7 saves a match to earn All-HHC honors and five shutouts. He posted a season-high 12 saves twice this year and was named first team All-District.
Sean Julian, Greenfield-Central, junior, defender
Julian powered the Cougars’ swarming defense, providing a first-line of support in front of the team’s goalkeeping tandem of Jack Sifferlen and Noah Hughes. The junior finished with three assists and helped the squad post a 0.8 goals against average. He was named to the All-Hoosier Heritage Conference and All-District first team.
James Pridgen, New Palestine, senior, forward
Pridgen tied for the most assists in the county and the Hoosier Heritage Conference with 11 overall this season. The only other HHC players to match him were Greenfield-Central’s Luke Tuttle and Delta’s Isaac Griffis. The Dragons’ senior had five goals and earned All-HHC and All-District first team honors.
Carson Jones, Mt. Vernon, senior, forward
The Marauders nearly averaged four goals a match, and Jones was a big reason why. Second in goals scored for Mt. Vernon with 18, the senior tied for second overall in the conference and averaged 1.2 goals per match. Jones was named All-HHC and dished out 10 assists with 46 points, the second most only to Jarret Whitehouse.
Matt Schafer, Mt. Vernon, senior, midfielder
Schafer was key during the Marauders’ 7-0 Hoosier Heritage Conference run and outright championship season. Tied for second in the HHC with 10 assists, he was the team’s co-assist leader with Carson Jones. He posted a season-best three assists against Hamilton Heights, had four goals overall and was named All-HHC first team.
Braiden Sticka, Greenfield-Central, junior, forward
Sticka tied for second in the Hoosier Heritage Conference with 10 assists and trailed only Luke Tuttle in the same category for the Cougars. He chipped in eight goals through 17 matches played with 26 points overall. He was named to the All-HHC first team and netted both a hat trick for goals and for assists this season.
Levi Miller, New Palestine, senior, forward
Miller tied for the fifth most goals scored in the Hoosier Heritage Conference with 12 overall. He was first for the Dragons soccer team, which went 5-2 in the HHC to tie for second with Greenfield-Central. Miller added two assists and scored a season-best four goals against Whiteland. He earned All-HHC first team honors.
Jeffrey Boxberger, Mt. Vernon, senior, defender
The Marauders offense rarely rested and neither did Boxberger on defense. With only one goal and one assist on the season, the senior thrived in front of goalkeeper Josh Powell, playing a role in the defense’s ability to hold the opposition to 1.2 goals on average. The senior earned All-HHC and All-District first team honors.
Jack Sifferlen, Greenfield-Central, senior, defender
Whether in goal or on the field, Sifferlen was a threat to opposing teams on both offense and defense. The senior buried three goals and finished with three assists to earn All-HHC honorable mention. Assisting in the net for first time in his career, Sifferlen posted two shutouts in 332 minutes with three goals allowed and 22 saves.
Timmy Clone, Mt. Vernon
Joe Young, Mt. Vernon
Zach Roach, Mt. Vernon
Brandon Murphy, Greenfield-Central
Zack Bell, Greenfield-Central
Clayton Kelley, Greenfield-Central
Noah Hughes, Greenfield-Central
Spencer Corey, New Palestine
Mitchell Christopher, New Palestine
Kyle Doss, New Palestine
Adam Hunt, New Palestine
Jacob Long, New Palestine