Jason Burns, Daniel Boone
Junior forward scored 21 goals and 10 assists to help the Blazers qualify for the District 3-AAA playoffs and finish 10-7-1 overall, an improvement from a season earlier when Boone missed districts.
Tyler Comport, Boyertown
Senior forward was an imposing presence for the Boyertown attack, scoring 16 goals and four assists. Helped the Bears qualify for the District 1-AAA playoffs and record a 12-4-1 record.
Wyatt Fabian, Hill School
Senior defender and four-year starter was an on-field general again for the Blues (19-1), leading them to a MAPL title and first Pa. Independent Schools Athletic Association tournament championship. The 2012 Mercury All-Area Player of the Year and four-time All-MAPL first team selection, Fabian scored four goals and one assist.
Mark Forrest, Hill School
Junior forward gave a jolt to the Blues' goal-scoring threat on the way to 20 goals and 13 assists for the Mid-Atlantic Prep League and PAISAA champions. A two-time MAPL first team selection, the Douglassville native's 53 points are the second highest total in Hill history.
Matt Genuardi, Perkiomen Valley
Senior midfielder frustrated the opposition with his pace and pressure, scoring 10 goals and four assists while rallying the Vikings through a series of must-win games and into the PAC-10 playoffs and title game. He was one of just two local players selected to the Pa. All-State team.
David Gulati, Spring-Ford
Senior forward used his pace and physicality to create 13 goals and score six of his own in helping the Rams win the PAC-10 championship. Gulati, a Division I baseball recruit to Villanova, played on the PAC-10 All-Star team in the Southeastern Pa. Thanksgiving Classic.
Colten Habecker, Hill School
Senior forward had one of the finest seasons in area history while scoring 34 goals and 10 assists in 19 games, a stunning 1.79 goals per game average. In the process, the Mid-Atlantic Prep League Player of the Year broke The Hill's single season and career scoring records (60) while leading the Blues (19-1) to a MAPL title and first Pa. Independent Schools Athletic Association tournament championship. Habecker was selected to play in the All-American Game and was named Mercury All-Area Player of the Year.
Barry Kabinoff, Boyertown
Senior forward was the Bears' most influential player scoring 20 goals along with 10 assists, the top goal-scoring total of any player in the PAC-10. Helped the Bears qualify for the District 1-AAA playoffs and record a 12-4-1 record.
Kole Lyons, Spring-Ford
Senior defender displayed dynamic versatility in helping the Rams record 13 shutouts while scoring eight goals himself, second-best on the team. After leading Spring-Ford to the PAC-10 championship, Lyons was selected to the Pa. All-State team, one of only two local players to receive the honor. Lyons was a member of the PAC-10 All-Star team in the Southeastern Pa. Thanksgiving Classic.
Scott Neal, Perkiomen Valley
Senior forward led the charge for the Vikings with 13 goals and six assists including the PAC-10 playoff-clinching goal for the league finalists and District 1-AAA playoff qualifier. Neal played on the PAC-10 All-Star team in the Southeastern Pa. Thanksgiving Classic.
Shaun Quinn, Hill School
Senior goalkeeper shined all season and especially when the Blues needed him most, stopping two of three shots faced in the penalty kick shootout of the Pa. Independent Schools Athletic Association Tournament final, clinching Hill's first state title. Quinn allowed just 11 goals on the season for the Mid-Atlantic Prep League champions on the way to a 19-1 record.
Jerry Williams, Spring-Ford
Senior midfielder set the tempo with his intelligent passing for the PAC-10 champion Rams and scored seven goals. Williams played on the PAC-10 All-Star team in the Southeastern Pa. Thanksgiving Classic.
Ethan Abdalla, Pottsgrove, senior, forward
Nick Bombard, Spring-Ford, senior, midfield
Kyle Charlton, Perkiomen Valley, senior, defense
Dan DiLiberto, Spring-Ford, junior, forward
Colton Demberger, Daniel Boone, senior, defender
Wes Fox, Boyertown, senior, defense
Ben Huzzard, Owen J. Roberts, junior, defense
Shane Kelly, Owen J. Roberts, senior, forward
Travers Mutton, Pottsgrove, senior, midfield
John Rader, Hill School, senior, midfielder
Pat Swartz, Spring-Ford, senior, goalkeeper
Robbie Zeigler, Methacton, senior, forward
Boyertown: Danny Bechtel, Dom Genuario, Christian Smith, Tyler Snyder
Daniel Boone: Brenden Valverde, Jeff Ast, Jaxson Burns, Andrew Templin
Hill School: Will Blake, Shadrach Ekeh, Julio Quijano
Owen J. Roberts: Jared Cooney, Bruce Dowlin
Methacton: Chris Parisi, Connor Stevenson, Trent Taylor
Perkiomen School: Alex Novikov
Perkiomen Valley: Alex Dove, Corey Jackson, Chase Koffel, Trent Vernon, Ryan Szabo
Phoenixville: Alex Monteiro, Tony Silva
Pope John Paul II: Drew Glass, Ryan Ianovale, Brendan Csongradi
Pottsgrove: Rammy Abbas, John Maher, Kevin Rodriguez
Pottstown: Sherif Mohamed
Spring-Ford: Brian Gryscavage, Cole Pajovich
Upper Perkiomen: Chris Mundy
West-Mont Christian: Jacob Gallagher, Ben Friggle
COACH OF THE YEAR
Bob McCabe, Perkiomen Valley
In his 17th season manning the PV sidelines, McCabe guided the Vikings to their first Pioneer Athletic Conference playoff berth since 2010 after rallying from a 1-2-1 start in the league. PV followed with a 10-game league unbeaten run that saw it reach the league final, ultimately falling to Spring-Ford in penalty kicks. The season concluded with a 12-7-2 mark after falling to eventual PIAA quarterfinalist Conestoga in the District 1-AAA playoffs.