All-Hancock County Boys Soccer Team

Timmy Clone // Mt. Vernon


Clone finished second in the county in assists with 11 and earned All-Hoosier Heritage Conference honors. A key leader during the Marauders’ third straight HHC championship run, Clone was named All-District second team by the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association.

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Braiden Sticka // Greenfield-Central


Sticka led the county and the Cougars with 15 goals scored this season. He also posted a county-best 12 assists to lead his team. The senior was named a 2017 Indiana Soccer Coaches Association Top Team Player and earned All-Hoosier Heritage Conference honors.

Sean Julian // Greenfield-Central


The Cougars team captain was named All-Hoosier Heritage Conference and earned Indiana Soccer Coaches Association All-State honorable mention. He was selected ISCA All-District first team and helped the sectional champion Cougars limit teams to 1.05 goals per match.

Zack Bell // Greenfield-Central


Bell finished with 14 goals on the season, which was second best in the county. His 10 assists were third best in the area and second on the team. Bell earned Indiana Soccer Coaches Association All-District second team honors and was named All-HHC.

Cole Pierce // Greenfield-Central


Pierce provided five goals and seven assists for the back-to-back sectional champion Greenfield-Central Cougars. He was named Indiana Soccer Coaches Association All-District second team and was voted All-Hoosier Heritage Conference this season.

Ben Wallace // Mt. Vernon


Wallace was a unanimous All-Hoosier Heritage Conference selection as a senior after helping the Marauders capture a third straight league title at 6-1. The Indiana Soccer Coaches Association honored him as a 2017 Top Team Player as Mt. Vernon finished 10-7 overall.

Adam Hunt // New Palestine


Hunt’s career statistics took a substantial jump along with his playing time as the Dragons full-time goalkeeper. In 16 matches, Hunt posted a county-best 146 saves against 91 shots on goal. He had five shutouts and six wins to be named All-Hoosier Heritage Conference.

Holton Gwaltney // New Palestine


Gwaltney scored a team-best 12 goals for third highest in the county overall. He added three assists, which tied for second on the team. Gwaltney was named All-Hoosier Heritage Conference this season and helped the Dragons finish the year 7-9-1.

Zach Tutrow // Greenfield-Central


Tutrow helped the Cougars finish 14-6-1 on the season and 6-1 in the Hoosier Heritage Conference to share the league title with Mt. Vernon. The defender was key in the team’s nine shutouts and regional final run. He was named All-HHC honorable mention.

Jenner York // Mt. Vernon


York stepped up in net in his first year as a varsity starter. Named All-Hoosier Heritage Conference, York had 137 saves in 1,184 minutes for second best in the county. He allowed 28 goals and won nine matches. He posted seven shutouts for the HHC champions.

Jacob Long // New Palestine


Long was a key contributor in the Dragons backfield, while adding one goal and one assist through 16 matches played. A senior leader on defense, Long helped the Dragons post four shutout wins and three one-goal victories. He was named All-Hoosier Heritage Conference.

Honorable Mentions

Mt. Vernon: Drew Heitman, Logan Angelopulos, Brandon Johnson, Jonathan Hanson. Greenfield-Central: Noah Hughes, Caleb Mundell, Tyler Murphy, Pablo Aguinaga, Clay Kelley. New Palestine: Luke Gohmann, Buzz Wells.

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Rich Torres is sports editor at the Greenfield Daily Reporter. He can be reached at or 317-477-3227.