Friday, November 14, 2008

Wolverines salute the soccer season


The Wood River boys' soccer team saluted the season and coach Matt Phillips at the awards banquet held in the high school commons area Thursday night. Coach Phillips has announced his resignation.

"It has been a remarkable two years, with plenty of highs and lows," Phillips said. "The overall momentum is here. We created a winning attitude and almost salvaged a winning season (8-9-1) out of a 3-9-2 season from last year. I am proud of where we are and even more proud of where Luis Monjares (the incoming head coach) can take the team."

Phillips also recognized the remainder of his coaching staff, Dan VandenHeuvel and Eric Anderson.

"I look forward to a bright future of boys' soccer in the valley," he said.

All varsity players received a letter, including underclassmen Alexander MacMillan, Alejandro Garcia, Jake Freeman, and Nathan Moses, who appeared in a varsity district match. Junior varsity team members received a certificate of participation.

Varsity Awards

Best Defender - Cody Phelps

Best Midfielder - Chris DeLaCruz

Best Forward - Bryan Donoso

Most Valuable Player - Kyler VanDyck

Most Improved Player (tie) - John Leavell, Felipe Raygoza

Most Inspirational - Colter Brehmer

Most Goals - Morgan Pike

Loren Hart/Coaches Award - Morgan Pike

Best Manager Award - Joey Stellers

Junior varsity awards

Best Defender - Harlan Collins

Best Midfielder - Alexander MacMillan

Best Forward - Alejandro Garcia

Most Valuable Player - Jake Freeman

Most Improved Player - David Matthews

Most Inspirational - Rex Kelly

Most Goals - Alejandro Garcia




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