By Matt Smith
Thursday, March 27th, 2014 at 2:01 am in Boys soccer.
Here are the First, Second and Third teams. See you guys next year!
Player of the Year: Jonathan Ayala, Ygnacio Valley
Coach of the Year: Derricke Brown, De La Salle
F- Jonathan Ayala, Ygnacio Valley, Sr.
Ayala finished off a stellar four-year career in fine fashion. He scored 33 goals, a school record, and finished with 87 career goals, also a school record. He was selected as the DVAL’s MVP.
F- Esteban Berumen, Pittsburg, Sr.
Berumen was good as a junior, and exploded onto the scene as a senior, finishing the year with 31 goals and 15 assists. He was also selected as the BVAL MVP in leading Pittsburg to a perfect league season, and 20 wins overall.
F- Jeff Greenberg, Monte Vista, Sr.
Greenberg was selected as the EBAL MVP after following a great junior year with another very fine year. He scored 23 goals, and had 13 assists as the Mustangs finished as runners up in both the EBAL and NCS.
F- Jeremy Romero, Hercules, Sr.
Romero joined the Titans in mid-season, and wound up scoring the third-most goals in the East Bay, netting 29 of them. He was instrumental in getting the Titans to their first ever North Coast Section final, and was first team All-TCAL Stone.
M- Yassine Hamdouni, Berkeley, Sr.
Hamdouni was the best midfield combination of size, speed and skill in the East Bay. The Yellowjackets won the WACC-Foothill and 20 matches as he scored 15 goals and had 7 assists.
M- Charles Zaloumis, Monte Vista, Jr.
Zaloumis was the motor that made the Mustangs go, and was the most dangerous midfielder in the East Bay this season. He scored 9 goals, but more importantly tied for the team lead with 13 assists.
M- Joey Jones, De La Salle, Jr.
Jones made the switch from center forward to attacking midfield this year, and excelled. Not only did he lead the team with 13 goals, but also led the team with 9 assists as his unselfish play was a big part of the NCS title run.
M- Jesus Enriquez, Newark Memorial, Jr.
The very fast and creative midfielder known as Chewy made quite the impact in his first season at Newark Memorial. He was the MVAL MVP, and he had 8 goals and 14 assists on the season.
D- John Wayland, San Ramon Valley, Sr.
Wayland was not only one of the best defenders in the East Bay, but he was a dual threat for the Wolves. He led the team with 11 goals, and was selected to the first team All-EBAL.
D- Ryan Donat, Campolindo, Jr.
Donat was a big, imposing center back for a very good Cougars defense, but that wasn’t all he did. He led the team with 8 goals, and was the DFAL’s MVP.
D- Trenton Matson, Las Lomas, Sr.
Matson impressed in the Senior Showcase All-Star game, and for good reason. He was the DFAL’s defensive player of the year, and has committed to play at Caly Poly next season.
K- Keegan Murphy, De La Salle, Sr.
Murphy kept the line of great Spartan keepers alive, doing so in just one season in the net. He was first team All-EBAL and had 14 shutouts, allowing only 18 goals in 27 games.
F- Jake Foscalina, Livermore, Jr.
23 goals. First team All-EBAL.
F- Eduardo Bautista, Richmond, Sr.
25 goals. TCAL-Rock Offensive Player of the Year.
F- Tyler Pangia, Amador Valley, Sr.
21 goals, 8 assists. First team All-EBAL.
M- Jasper Hebert, Berkeley, Sr.
12 goals, 7 assists.
M- A.J. Ortega, Hayward, Jr.
East Bay leading 21 assists.
M- Luis Moreno, El Cerrito, Sr.
14 goals, 13 assists. First team All-TCAL Rock.
M- Tony Zumaya, Ygnacio Valley, Jr.
13 goals, 15 assists. First team All-DVAL.
D- Marco Monti, De La Salle, Soph.
Team allowed less than a goal a game. First team All-EBAL.
D- Gus Keeble, Campolindo, Sr.
5 goals. First team All-DFAL.
D- Cory Stewart, Dublin, Sr.
15 team shutouts. First team All-DFAL.
K- Spencer Petty, Amador Valley, Sr.
22 goals allowed in 27 games. 12 shutouts. Second team All-EBAL.
F- Rigo Castillo, Hayward, Sr.
18 goals. 66 career goals.
F- Suliman Khoram, Dublin, Soph.
21 goals, 9 assists. First team All-DFAL.
M- Guhan Sundar, Mission San Jose, Sr.
10 goals, 19 assists. First team All-MVAL.
M- Danny O’Lenic, Amador Valley, Sr.
9 goals, 7 assists. First team All-EBAL.
M- Oscar Ledesma, Pittsburg, Sr.
7 goals, 11 assists. First team All-BVAL.
M- Marco Udave, Hayward, Jr.
19 goals, 15 assists.
D- Andrew Marques, Hercules, Sr.
D- Rob Rowenhorst, California, Sr.
First team All-EBAL.
D- Juan Sanchez, Alhambra, Sr.
First team All-DFAL.
D- Ernesto Blanquel, Richmond, Sr.
First team All-TCAL Rock.
K- Carlos Herrera, San Leandro, Jr.
17 goals allowed in 22 games. 13 shutouts.