2018 Mirror boys soccer all-stars

Boys Soccer All Stars: L-r Alex Berardinelli, Isaac Townsend, Owen Shaulis, Corey Johnston, Grant Glass, Davis Dull, back row: Clayton Nelen, Jackson Hudkins, Alex Karlheim, Nathaniel Maxwell, Brady Hawkins, Andrew Miller, (Missing: Brett Eckenrode, Wes Lippincott, Lance Dague, Luke Dague)

FIRST TEAM

Alex Berardinelli, jr., forward, Altoona: Three-time Mirror first-team all-star … Led Mountain Lions with 22 goals and assisted on three others … Had 12 goals and nine assists as a freshman and 13 goals and three assists as a sophomore … Helped lead Altoona to the District 6-4A title as a sophomore

Lance Dague, sr., center back, Bedford: Mirror honorable mention as a sophomore and junior … Led Bisons defense that gave up 13 goals in 18 games … Scored three goals and assisted on two others … Led Bedford to the District 5 Class 2A championship

Luke Dague, sr., center midfielder, Bedford: Leader of the Bisons’ midfield … Helped Bedford compile a 12-4 record while winning the District 5 Class 2A championship

Davis Dull, fr., center midfielder, Blair County Christian: Led team in goals and assists … Led Bobcats to the Allegheny Christian Athletic Association championship by earning tournament MVP honors … Scored all three BCC goals in the ACAA championship game … Also helped BCC win a national tournament in Ohio after going 19-1-1 during the season

Brett Eckenrode, sr., sweeper, Cambria Heights: Led a Heights defense that allowed two goals per game … Scored three goals … Helped lead Highlanders to a 10-7-1 record, a No. 3 seed in the District 6 2A playoffs and to 37 victories over the last three seasons

Grant Glass, sr., midfielder, Hollidaysburg: Led Golden Tigers with 18 goals and seven assists … Scored Hollidaysburg’s lone goal in the District 6 Class 3A playoffs … Helped Tigers go 9-10 this season

Brady Hawkins, jr., midfielder/forward/defender, Huntingdon: Mirror honorable mention as a sophomore … Mountain League all-star who tied a school record with seven assists this year and is two assists shy of the school career record … Helped Bearcats go 9-7-2 and advance to the District 6 2A semifinals

Jackson Hudkins, soph., striker, Bishop Carroll: Mirror honorable mention as a freshman … Scored 21 goals and assisted on six others … Helped Carroll go 10-5-1 this season

Corey Johnston, jr., center midfielder, Tyrone: Two-time Mirror first-team all-star … Finished season with 10 goals and five assists … Mountain League 2018 MVP … Had 22 goals and four assists as a sophomore

Alex Karlheim, sr., center back, Bishop Carroll: Three-time Mirror first-team all-star … Led Huskies’ defense and also scored 11 goals and assisted on nine others … School record holder for career assists … Had 16 goals and 13 assists as a sophomore and 13 goals and 15 assists as a junior

Wes Lippincott, sr., striker, Bedford: Two-time Mirror first-team all-star … Collected a team-high 15 goals and six assists for the District 5 Class 2A champions

Nathaniel Maxwell, sr., Everett: Two-time Mirror first-team all-star … Scored 13 goals and assisted on nine others for the Warriors … Led Everett to a 12-4 record … Had 20 goals and nine assists as a junior

Andrew Miller, sr., keeper, Chestnut Ridge: Mirror honorable mention as a junior … Made 112 saves and posted three shutouts for the Lions, who went 9-6-2 and fell to Bedford, 1-0, in the District 5 2A semifinals … Also played defensive midfield and scored five goals and assisted on six others

Clayton Nelen, sr., center midfielder, Cambria Heights: Had seven goals and seven assists this season … Helped Heights be a top three seed each of the last three seasons in District 6 Class 2A while compiling a 37-19-1 record … Made 16 PATs as a placekicker for the Highlanders football team

Owen Shaulis, sr., forward, Tyrone: Scored both goals in the Golden Eagles’ 2-1 win over Hollidaysburg in the District 6 Class 3A semifinals … Team captain … Assisted on a team-high six goals

Isaac Townsend, sr., midfielder, Altoona: Co-captain of the District 6-4A runner-up Mountain Lions … Contributed three assists and led the midfield for Altoona, which went 10-8 … Helped Altoona win the District title as a junior

HONORABLE MENTION

Adam Carey, sr., midfielder/forward, Bishop Guilfoyle

Chase DeLong, soph., center midfielder, Bedford

Avery Farabaugh, jr., keeper, Cambria Heights

Brady Foor, jr., midfielder, Everett

Jarrod Garzarelli, sr., left-center defender, Central Cambria

Isaac Helsel, jr., defender, Hollidaysburg

Camden Knode, sr., forward, Huntingdon

Austin Kravetz, soph., forward, Altoona

Logan LaMarche, jr., wing, Bedford

Selvin Maykovich, sr., left midfielder, Bishop Carroll

Bailey Musselman, soph., left defender, Altoona

Masen Osman, jr., left defender, Chestnut Ridge

Kyle Parrish, sr., left midfielder, Chestnut Ridge

Alex Roberts, soph., center defender/midfielder, Tyrone

Evan Shale, soph., keeper, Hollidaysburg

Aaron Winters, fr., center back, Blair County Christian

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