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November 11, 2013

H.S. SOCCER: Model’s Wylie, Savage honored by coaches association

RICHMOND — Model soccer coach Steve Savage and senior halfback Andrew Wylie were recently recognized by the Kentucky State Coaches Association for their outstanding accomplishments this season.

Wylie, who helped lead the Patriots to an 18-2 record, a third-consecutive 44th District title and a birth in the 11th Region semifinals received the group’s Golden Boot award for the most goals scored by any player in the state on the season.

Wylie scored 52 goals while playing in 18 games for the Patriots, an average of 2.9 per game. He also handed out 16 assists on the year.

Wylie was also a First-Team East All-State selection.

During their three-season domination of the 44th District, Wylie and his fellow Patriots seniors compiled an impressive 48-6-5 record.

Model junior Noah Valencia was an Honorable Mention selection to the East All-State Team.

Savage, meanwhile, was chosen as the coaches association Small School Coach of the Year.

Central Hardin’s Jordan Mabe was selected as the player of the year, while Kyle Rogers of Thomas Nelson won the Silver Boot award for the most assists on the year and goal keeper Chandler Gaunce of Thomas Nelson earned the award for most shutouts on the year.

Central boys soccer holds       awards banquet

The Madison Central boys soccer team held its season-ending awards banquet recently.

Awards distributed during the banquet include:

Captains Awards: Addison McCoy, Logan Baker, Luke Hall

110 percent Award: Grant Willoughby

Golden Boot Award: Dylan Dotson

Coaches Award: Tate Renzenbrink

Most Improved: Hunter Jackson

Young Player of the Year: Luc Powell

Leadership Awards: Luke Hall, Luc Powell

Seniors Award (voted on by seniors): Logan Baker

Assists Leaders: Grant Willoughby, Sammy Perkins

The Indian Award: Chase Carroll, Peyton Netherton

Versatility Award: Luke Hall

Soccer IQ Award: Luc Powell

MVP Offensive Award: Logan Baker

MVP Defensive Award: Ben Durham

Players Choice MVP Award: Addison McCoy

Overall Team MVP Award:  Addison McCoy

Stoner Cup Tournament MVP:  Addison McCoy

All-District Soccer Team (44th District): Addison McCoy and Logan Baker

Academic Awards: Alzen Isufi, Hunter Jackson, Worthie McGuire, Peyton Netherton, Sammy Perkins, Trace Hale, Garrison Hughes, Cameron Wilson, Caleb Crutcher, Levi Knutson, Tate Renzinbrink, Grant Willoughby

Honorable Mention Academic Awards: Luc Powell, Keegan Sullivan, Chad Barnes

Stat Leaders:

Goals Scored: Dylan Dotson

Assists: Grant Willoughby and Sammy Perkins

Blocks: Addison McCoy

Steals: Addison McCoy

Saves:  Ben Durham

Blocked Penalty Kicks: Levi Knutson

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