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ODA Boys Earn Spots on All-Area Soccer Team

Dennis Maffezzoli - Herald Tribune
Two ODA Soccer Players Make HT Preps All-Area List
HTPREPS ALL-AREA BOYS SOCCER
PLAYER OF THE YEAR FINALISTS

JACOB JORDAN
Lakewood Ranch High, senior
Forward scored 20 goals and had seven assists.

DANNY PANIAGUA
Palmetto High, junior
Midfielder scored 22 goals and had 17 assists.
NICOLA PIRAS
Sarasota High, senior
In 18 matches, the goalie permitted 14 goals and went 12-1-5.

COACH OF THE YEAR
VITO BAVARO
Lakewood Ranch High
Despite not winning the district title, the Mustangs got the seventh seed in the region and won three straight matches on the road to claiming a regional title and reach the state semifinals. Finished 19-6-1.
FIRST TEAM

COLIN CASTRO
Out-of-Door Academy, senior
In 22 games, midfielder/forward/striker scored 19 goals and had 12 assists.
LUCIANO CALVILLO
Palmetto High, junior
Midfielder and goalie scored 12 goals and had six assists. Came on as a backup goalie in most matches

LUCIANO CALVILLO
Palmetto High, junior
Midfielder and goalie scored 12 goals and had six assists. Came on as a backup goalie in most matches.

LUIS CALVILLO
Palmetto High, junior
Forward scored nine goals and had 12 assists.

ELI FIZER
Riverview High, junior
Center midfielder scored seven goals and had six assists.

GRANT HILL
Braden River High, junior
Center/midfielder scored 20 goals and had three assists in just 16
matches.

FRANCESCO LA ROSA
Sarasota High, senior
Forward scored 17 goals and had three assists.

DAVID LAWSON
Charlotte High, senior
Midfielder tied for the team lead with six goals, set a single-season assist record with 12.

MATEO LUNA-AGAMEZ
Out-of-Door Academy, senior
In 23 matches, striker and left back, scored 14 goals and had five assists.

MAX MERGOS
Venice High, junior
Forward had six goals and three assists and was also used as a defensive sweeper when needed to help close out games.

GAVIN PENNELL
Charlotte High, senior
Goalie made 92 saves, had a 1.00 goals against average, seven shutouts and 13 wins. Also scored two goals and had three assists. Participating in the FACA State All-Star game.

MICHAEL PLECHY
Lakewood Ranch High, senior
In 27 matches, goalie went 19-6-2 with 10 shutouts and 19 matches with one goal or fewer allowed.

KRIS SELBERG
Riverview High, senior
Center back led the team with crucial plays both defensively and offensively. He scored five goals and had several assists for the Rams. Selberg was also in the top three for steals on the team. Accepted to Princeton University.

TIM SHEREDY
Lakewood Ranch High, junior
Forward scored 10 goals and had 10 assists.

NICK VOLACK
Imagine School at North Port, sophomore
Center back stopped at least three goals by backing up the keeper. When moved to attacking midfielder in one or two matches, he also scored three goals.

MAKENA WINCH
Sarasota High, senior
Center back scored four goals in 18 matches and led a Sailors’ defense that allowed just 14 goals.

HONORABLE MENTION
Danila Alferov, Braden River
Tyler Amaral, Charlotte
Liam Antoszewski, Braden River
Caleb Briggs, Charlotte
Stevenson Cedor, Palmetto
Drew Clark, Lakewood Ranch
Matteo Ganassi, Booker
Noah Gilland, Lakewood Ranch
Dorian Hall, Riverview
Diego Heredia, Venice
Lance Lenosky, Braden River
Dylan Marsh, Charlotte
Logan Nagler, Venice
Nicholas Proshka, Braden River
Deangelo Renford, Charlotte
Justin Ross, Port Charlotte
Anthony Sablan, Lakewood Ranch
Joey St. Onge, Riverview
Cade Swartz, Lakewood Ranch
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