Eight IMS players and seven Columbus players receive All-SEISC honors
Eight IMS players and seven Columbus players were honored when the All-Southeast Iowa Super Conference soccer teams were released recently.
Seniors Justin Boller, Peyton Thompson and Cody Miller were all selected to the All-SEISC first team after leading IMS to a 14-7-1 record this season, including an 8-2 mark in conference play. Boller was a key defender for IMS, and he also scored five goals. Thompson assisted 14 goals — the third-most in the league — and he also scored four himself. And Miller played solid defense while scoring one goal on the season.
IMS seniors Dillon Bender and Nicholas Yoder, along with junior Reggie Hostetler, were selected to the second team. Bender scored 14 goals — the fifth-most in the conference — this season while assisting eight more. Yoder scored nine goals and tallied six assists. And Hostetler scored 19 goals — the third-most in the league.
Juniors Enrique Sanchez and Spencer Schrock received honorable mention for IMS. Sanchez scored nine goals and assisted eight more, while Schrock had two goals and four assists.
Junior Alex Cruz and senior Jorge Ortiz were selected to the All-SEISC first team after leading Columbus to a 12-5-1 record this season, including a 9-1 mark in conference play. Cruz scored 17 goals — the fourth-most in the league — this season. And Ortiz assisted 19 goals — the third-most in the conference — while scoring eight himself.
Columbus seniors Alberto Paz and Omar Benitz, along with junior Bauduhsang Zenaringa, were selected to the second team. Paz scored eight goals this season, and Benitez scored twice. Zenaringa had nine goals this spring.
Seniors Irvin Rodriguez and Enrique Ortega received honorable mention for the Wildcats. Rodriguez scored a pair of goals this spring, and Ortega played solid defense.
Five Highland players received all-conference honors after the Huskies finished the season with a record of 6-9, including a 4-5 mark in league play.
Senior Cameron Vinsand and junior David Strabala were selected to the All-SEISC first team. Vinsand scored 14 goals this season, tying teammate Bryan Garcia — a second team selection — for the sixth most in the conference. Strabala added a pair of goals.
Juniors Colin Sexton and Josh Brase received honorable mention for the Huskies. Sexton made 149 saves this season — the third-most in the conference — while allowing just 37 goals. Brase scored seven goals and assisted three this spring.