Here are the 2017 boys soccer honors, as selected by coaches.
Five players scored for Sunrise Mountain, including three in the first half, and the Miners cruised to a 5-0 victory in the Class 3A state title game against Sparks at Spanish Springs.
Sophomore goalie Ashton Murga made several saves during a frantic final five minutes, and the Cougars survived a relentless Wooster attack to win the first state soccer championship in school history, 2-1 at North Valleys.
On the strength of three first-half goals within a stretch of 19 minutes, the Cougars’ boys soccer team beat North Valleys 3-0 to advance to Saturday’s Class 4A state championship game against Wooster.
Bryan Martinez scored a pair of goals of Sunrise Mountain’s boys soccer team Friday, and the Miners scored three goals in the second half to run by Truckee, 3-1, in the Class 3A state semifinals at Spanish Springs.
On Friday, the Cougars will return to the state tournament, and they’ll do it having never forgot last year and any point during those 363 days.
Martinez scored two goals in the Class 3A Southern Region title game to lead his Miners to a 3-0 win over the Tech at Bettye Wilson Park on Saturday.
Coronado freshman Javier Vasquez checked into the Class 4A title game at the beginning of overtime, and scored immediately to lift the Cougars to a 2-1 victory over the Sundevils at Bettye Wilson Park on Saturday.
The schedules and results (when available) for the boys and girls state soccer tournaments are here.
Alexander Daseler junior forward collected the ball in the box and put top-shelf past the diving the keeper two minutes into overtime Saturday to lift the Gaels’ boys soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Durango in the Sunset Region title game at Bettye Wilson Park.