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Examiner
  • Area soccer players earn all-conference honors

  • A plethora of area soccer standouts were recognized as the Suburban Big Six and Middle Six and Crossroads conferences recently doled out postseason honors.

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  • A plethora of area soccer standouts were recognized as the Suburban Big Six and Middle Six and Crossroads conferences recently doled out postseason honors.
    Predictably, the Big Six all-conference squad was dominated by league champion Lee’s Summit North. Colton Hoffman, Quinton Conyers, Ethan Delaney and Michael Panarisi were first-team selections while Max Maret and Cody Hoffman were named honorable mention. The Broncos also essentially swept the Player of the Year awards as Colton Hoffman was named the conference’s top goalkeeper, Conyers was named Defender of the Year and Panarisi earned the Offensive Player of the Year and was named co-Player of the Year with Blue Springs’ Julian Ramirez. North coach Tim Richardson garnered Coach of the Year status.
    Carlos Vasquez joined Ramirez as a first-team selection for the Wildcats while Kyle Brown picked up second-team honors and Clay Cook, Zach Byrd, Nilson Rios and Connor Wheeler made honorable mention.
    Josh Tate led Blue Springs South with a first-team selection and Ryan Poertner was added to the second team. Jake Skinner, Ben Allgeyer, Kyle Finley Jake Shireman and Jacob Gowan were named honorable mention.
    In the Middle Six, Truman’s Greger Dalheim and Zach Felz received first-team recognition while Taylor Corwin made the second team and Guillermo Rodriguez, Alex Villa and James Dilley earned honorable mention recognition.
    In the Crossroads Conference, Roland Mejia, Luiz Rodriguez and Avi Lopez were named to the all-conference squad.
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