Seth Adams, MF, La Salle-Peru: Adams was one of the Cavaliers’ top offensive weapons this season, scoring 14 goals and notching three assists. He was named All-Interstate Eight Conference and honorable mention all-sectional.
Garrett Cook, GK, Earlville: Cook made 160 saves and had a .816 save percentage this season. He allowed 36 goals in 21 games and recorded eight shutouts. Cook was unanimously voted All-Little Ten Conference for the second time.
Griffin Cook, MF/F, Earlville: Cook started the first six games at midfield and scored three goals, but after moving primarily to forward, the sophomore tallied 22 goals in the final 15 games to finish with 25 for the season. He also had 19 assists.
Johnathan Cortez, MF, Mendota: Cortez was a strong secondary scoring option for the Trojans as he scored 17 goals and had eight assists. Cortez, who had a goal and an assist in the supersectional, was First-Team All-Three Rivers Conference.
Yahir Diaz, F, Mendota: The repeat NewsTribune Boys Soccer Player of the Year set school single season records for goals (46) and assists (20), leading the area in both categories. The All-Sectional pick finished as Mendota’s career leader in goals and assists.
David Garcia, Mendota: Garcia helped the Trojans allow just XX goals and record 16 shutouts in 24 games to help MHS to a 23-1 record and its first sectional title. He was voted All-Three Rivers Conference and honorable mention All-Sectional.
Francisco Moreno, F, DePue-Hall: Moreno was the leading scorer for the Little Giants as he tallied 19 goals and three assists. He was voted All-Little Ten Conference and First-Team All-Three Rivers Conference.
Ricky Orozco, MF, Mendota: Orozco proved adept at scoring or setting up his teammates as he scored 10 goals and also had 11 assists. He had two goals and an assist in the sectional to help the Trojans to their first ever sectional title.
Rafa Romero, D, Mendota: Romero was the leader of the best defense in the area that gave up XX goals and notched 16 shutouts in 24 games. Romero, who had two goals and four assists, was voted All-Three Rivers Conference and All-Sectional.
Diego Vazquez, MF/F, Earlville: Vazquez was the Red Raiders’ top offensive threat as he scored 28 goals, which ranked second in the area, while also notching 16 assists. He was third in the Little Ten Conference in goals and assists. Vazquez was unanimous All-LTC for the second time.
Jasiel Watson, F, Mendota: Watson was among the top secondary scoring options for the Trojans. He scored 17 goals and had seven assists to help Mendota to a 23-1 record. Watson was named All-Three Rivers Conference.
Honorable Mention: Edgar Arteaga, Mendota; Josue Arteaga, Mendota; Carlos Benevidez, Princeton; Giovanni Garcia, La Salle-Peru; Luis Garica, Mendota; Levi Hallock, La Salle-Peru; Bryar Keller, Earlville; Jimmy Nugnes, DePue-Hall; Mauricio Ruiz, DePue-Hall; Manny Trejo, Mendota.