HHS’ Stolls MSAC player, coach of the year
Huntington High junior Owen Stoll was named the Mountain State Athletic Conference boys soccer player of the year on Monday.
Stoll’s father, HHS coach Blaine Stoll, was named league coach of the year. Four other Highlanders made first-team. Senior forward Skylar Cyrus, junior midfielder Foster Jones, junior defender Perrin Schray and senior defender Bryson Parker made the squad. Cabell Midland’s Omar Baryum and Simon Anton also were named to the first unit, as were Hurricane’s Alik Assi, Ryan Fisher, Colton Jones and Alex Foose.
State champion George Washington was represented by Chance Anderson, Eli Sutton and Zak Abdul-Jalil. Also on the first team were Isiah Owen, Anthony Bradford and jacob McKnight of Parkersburg; Nathan Williams of Woodrow Wilson; and Ethan Cronin of Riverside.
The second team fatured Jamie McSweeney, Andrew Ball and Nick Bowen of Spring Valley; Ryam Holmes of Cabell Midland; Chinedu Nnachi and Nick Eskins of Hurricane; Noah Carney, Max Trethewey and Adam Pack of George Washington; Dylan Taylor and Ethan berry of South Charleston; Tyler Miller, Chase Harrison and Evan Donatelli of Woodrow Wilson; Chase Robinson of Capital; Ashton Farnsworth of Parkersburg; and Phillip Casto of Riverside.
Special honorable-mention selections included Saul Saulle of Huntington High, Garrett Shiels of Cabell Midland, E.J. Davis of George Washington, Cole Plutro of Capital, Kiran Patel of Parkersburg, Isaac Bragg of Woodrow Wilson, Keegan Bush of Parkersburg, Justin Bailey of St. Albans and Corey Shorte of South Charleston.
Honorable-mention picks were Cameron Grobe of Cabell Midland, Davis Porterfield of Huntington High, Chase Stevens of Spring Valley, Jack Bock of Hurricane, Dylan Ellison of Capital, Landon Faber of Riverside, Conner Mann of St. Albans, Jafet Rivera of South Charleston and Elijah McKan of Woodrow Wilson.