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Attack — Chase Brown, Dawson School, Sr.: Finished his career as the Foothills League MVP after tallying 45 goals and 88 points, which was also good for ninth in the state.
Attack — Connor Fox, Boulder, Jr.: Injuries derailed the Panthers’ season, but Fox was electric regardless as he reached 50 goals and 86 points in just 15 contests.
Attack — Connor May, Fairview, Sr.: A second-team all-Front Range League selection, May scored 30 goals and added 15 assists for the Knights. He’ll play for Illinois Wesleyan next year.
Attack — Gavyn Pure, Dawson School, Fr.: His last name accurately described his shot in 2015. The Mustangs’ first-year player notched 45 goals and 96 points, the fifth-highest point total in state.
Midfield — Chad Kreuzer, Monarch, Jr.: The state’s only junior All-American, Kreuzer led the area with 107 points, including 68 goals. He was the Front Range League MVP as well.
Midfield — Kyle Sudol, Dawson School, So.: Sudol’s skill set revolves around possession, as he was the top draw specialist in Class 4A with a 70 percent clip. He also collected 167 groundballs.
Midfield — Wyatt Watts, Dawson School, Jr.: A first team 4A all-state selection, Watts netted 23 goals and 44 points and was another groundball hound for the Mustangs.
Midfield — Max Wiesner, Monarch, Sr.: Wiesner finished the season with 55 goals, nine of those coming in two playoff games. He scored the overtime winner against Mullen that capped a six-goal rally in the first round of the state tournament.
Defense — Kennan D’Arcy, Dawson School, Sr.: Leader of a Mustangs defense that allowed just 8.5 goals an outing and made the 4A semis.
Defense — Derek Coleman, Monarch, Sr.: A huge presence on the field, Coleman earned second team 5A All-State honors after helping the Coyotes to 13 wins.
Defense — Cleveland McCarty, Boulder, Jr.: McCarty earned second-team Front Range League honors and was the voice of the Panthers in front of their own goal. Also managed to sneak in two goals.
Defense — Colton Jackson, Fairview, Sr.: The Knights’ defense gave FHS a chance in most games, and Jackson was the most talented of the group. He will join May at Illinois Wesleyan.
Goalie — Connor Johnson, Monarch, Sr.: Nicknamed “Po” for his quick hands a la Disney’s Kung Fu Panda, Johnson had a great season with 158 saves in 266 chances (60 percent saves).
Coach — David Auday, Monarch: Auday and his staff guided Monarch to a plus-86 scoring margin in the tough 5A classification and the Coyotes also had an area-most 13 wins(two more than Dawson). Three of their four losses came by two goals or fewer, including an 11-9 quarterfinal defeat at the hands of powerhouse Regis.
Alex Aleu, Dawson School, Sr.; Quinn Carrigan, Fairview, Jr.; Chad Dunnell, Dawson School, Jr.; Eli Haynes, Boulder, So.; Jesse Rosenblatt, Dawson School, Jr.; Andrew Yi, Fairview, Sr.; Sammer Ziady, Monarch, So.; Andrew Zwiers, Monarch, Jr.
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