Main Street preps: Three Devils Named to All-County Soccer

White House junior forward Bryson Harper was named to the Main Street Preps 2021 All-County Soccer second team this week, with junior forward Justin Southall and senior midfielder Cason Cooper selected as honorable mention honorees.

The three helped lead White House to a regular season second place finish in District 9-AA and runner-up finish in the district tournament, before advancing to the Region 5-AA semifinals against STEM Prep Academy.

Congratulations Bryson, Justin and Cason! Full article below by Main Street Preps!

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By Zach Womble for The Gallatin News and Main Street Preps

Main Street Preps is proud to announce its 2021 All-Sumner County soccer teams. The All-County teams are comprised of student-athletes across nine Sumner County High Schools. Player of the Year honors went to Station Camp senior Cade Maclean while teammates Ethan Schlegel (Midfield) and Jak Kemp (Newcomer) earned superlative honors. Offensive Player of the Year honors was given to Lucas Wolthers from Merrol Hyde. The Hawks also received Team of the Year honors while senior keeper Joshua Lynch earned Keeper of the Year. Merrol Hyde head coach Daniel Brooks earned Coach of the Year. Hendersonville’s Sam Pomeroy (Defender) and Peyton Sutton (Scholar-Athlete) also earn superlative honors.https://b4c4a913781f0a68c2f71f2a51deff25.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html

Congratulations to all those who were named to the All-Sumner County soccer teams.

Superlatives

Player of the Year: Cade MacLean, Station Camp

MacLean tallied 25 goals for the Bison this season en route to their fifth consecutive trip to Murfreesboro. The senior Belmont signee drove the Bison train this spring, and there is no denying his honor of Player of the Year in Sumner County.

Offensive Player of the Year: Lucas Wolthers, Merrol Hyde

Wolthers scored 18 goals for the Hawks who had their best season in team history in 2021. Wolthers, a Nashville SC club team selection, leaves Merrol Hyde as one of the Hawks’ most decorated players.

Midfielder of the Year: Ethan Schlegel, Station Camp

One of the strengths of Jeremy Cooke’s unit this past spring was the midfield play. Schlegel was an important reason the Bison held a 15-1-6 record this season.

Defensive Player of the Year: Sam Pomeroy, Sr. Hendersonville

Pomeroy collected numerous post-season awards this spring, earning District 10-AAA Player of the Year, All-District regular season, tournament, All-Midstate and All-State.

Newcomer of the Year: Jak Kemp, Station Camp

Only a sophomore, Jak Kemp earned Offensive Most Valuable Player honors for District 10-AAA this season. He will also join Nashville SC’s club team starting in August.

Keeper of the Year: Joshua Lynch, Merrol Hyde

Lynch led Merrol Hyde to a 15-5-1 record in 2021 and was awarded the Region 4, District 8 Goalkeeper of the Year Award. Lynch collected 13 clean sheets this season and surrendered only one goal to Class A competition.https://b4c4a913781f0a68c2f71f2a51deff25.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html#xpc=sf-gdn-exp-t&p=https%3A//www.gallatinnews.com

Scholar Athlete of the Year: Peyton Sutton, Hendersonville

Sutton holds a 3.97 GPA from Hendersonville, where he also takes honors and AP classes. His 35 ACT score helped get him into Vanderbilt University, where he will study Biology.

Team of the Year: Merrol Hyde Magnet School

The Hawks were impressive all season long. Their 15-5-1 record led them to the Class A Semifinals in Murfreesboro, where they ultimately fell to eventual state champion Austin East, 1-0.

Coach of the Year: Daniel Brooks, Merrol Hyde Magnet School

Daniel Brooks and the Merrol Hyde Hawks broke through and into the Class A state boys soccer tournament for the first time in school history in 2021. Brooks and the Hawks finished 15-5-1 this season with 13 shutouts. Four of their five defeats came to Class AAA opponents Beech, Hendersonville, Station Camp and Wilson Central.

First Team

F: Donovan Smith, Sr. Station Camp High School

F: Nelson Sandoval, Sr. Hendersonville High School

F: Matthew Wallace, Pope John Paul II

MF: Drew Miller, Sr. Merrol Hyde Magnet School

MF: Carter Isenburg, Sr. Station Camp High School

MF: Jack Hepburn, Jr. Beech High School

MF: Christian Kernell, Sr. Hendersonville High School

D: Trevor Keele, Jr. Merrol Hyde Magnet School

D: Evan Czerwiński, Sr. Station Camp High School

D: Parker Tighe, Sr. Hendersonville High School

D: Joey Bombrys, Jr. Station Camp High School

GK: Ryan Hoffman, Sr. Beech High School

Second Team

F: Liam Leonard, Pope John Paul II

F: Bryson Harper, Sr. White House High School

F: Ashton Kelley, Jr. Gallatin High School

MF: Brandon Mawdsley, So. Merrol Hyde Magnet School

MF: Harrison Perry, Sr. Hendersonville High School

MF: Bennett Shelton, Jr. Beech High School

D: Braden Evans, So. Merrol Hyde Magnet School

D: Tyler Davis, Jr. Gallatin High School

D: Landon Sarduy, So. Station Camp High School

D: Chet Frech, Sr. Hendersonville High School

GK: Wes Rolin, Hendersonville High School

Honorable Mention

F: Warner Buell, Pope John Paul II

F: Matthew Cobb, So. Beech High School

F: Justin South, Jr. White House High School

MF: Cason Cooper, Sr. White House High School

MF: Chris Case, Westmoreland

MF: Connor Flatt, Merrol Hyde Magnet School

MF: William Becker, Hendersonville High School

D: Jonathan Barnes, Sr. Beech High School

D: Jake Burton, Jr. Merrol Hyde Magnet School

D: Kevin Figueroa, Sr. Beech High School

D: Zach Meador, Sr. Portland High School 

D: Andrew Becker, Sr. Gallatin High School

GK: Alex Zubilaga, Pope John Paul II

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