Gatorade announces Boys HS State PotY

by Travis Clark
June 11, 2021
Gatorade announces Boys HS State PotY

On June 11, Gatorade announced the Boys High School State Players of the Year for soccer.

Below are the state honorees for the 2020-21 season, with each player’s commitment listed in parentheses if he is playing soccer in college. Due to delays related to COVID-19, Virginia's season was delayed and no award winner has been announced yet.

Alabama: Jackson Nabors, Indian Springs

Alaska: Hatcher Manning, Service (Western Washington)

Arizona: Charlie Cobb, Brophy Prep

Arkansas: Jacob Chalk, Conway

California: Alex Halevy, Garces Memorial

Colorado: Jeffrey Koch, Liberty (SMU)

Connecticut: Scott Testori, Daniel Hand (Connecticut)

Delaware: Aidan McDade, Appoquinimink

District of Columbia: Pandelis Margaronis, St. John's (Hamilton)

Florida: Marcelo Valbuena, Tampa Catholic (Tampa)

Georgia: Kadeem Agard, South Gwinnett (Mercer)

Hawaii: Jonah Kawamura, Iolani (Washington)

Idaho: Damian Arguello, Caldwell (Salt Lake Community College)

Illinois: Max Floriani, Warren Township (Saint Louis)

Indiana: Zack Bowser, Chesterton (Northwest Nazarene)

Iowa: CJ Coppola, Waukee

Kansas: Alan Lopez, Dodge City (Johnson County Community College)

Kentucky: Noah Moeller, Ryle

Louisiana: Jordan Schumacher, Lusher Charter (Coastal Carolina)

Maine: Gus Ford, Falmouth (St. Joseph's College)

Maryland: Tyquan Stroud, Mount St. Joseph (Temple)

Massachusetts: Andrew Ortiz, Longmeadow (Massachusetts)

Michigan: Eron Sylejmani, Gull Lake (Western Michigan)

Minnesota: Zach Susee, Shakopee

Mississippi: Emery Thigpen, Jackson Academy

Missouri: Jake Karolczak, St. Dominic (SIUE)

Montana: Beckett Arthur, Hellgate (Whitworth)

Nebraska: Edwin Cisneros-Garcia, Omaha South

Nevada: Diesel Fiore, Bishop Gorman (Eastern)

New Hampshire: Samuel Latone, Manchester Central (Cornell)

New Jersey: Micaah Garnette, Gill St. Bernard's (St. John's)

New Mexico: Marcus Garcia, St. Pius X (Maryland)

New York: Francesco Pagano, Fayetteville-Manlius (Syracuse)

North Carolina: Carter Hensley, Myers Park (Virginia Tech)

North Dakota: Nikko Helderop, Century (Northwestern College)

Ohio: Luciano Pechota, St. Ignatius

Oklahoma: Isaias Silva, Mustang (Mid-America Christian)

Oregon: Aidan Azavedo, Portland Jesuit

Pennsylvania: Ben Liscum, Lewisburg (Penn State)

Rhode Island: Nathan Lagoa, La Salle Academy (Providence)

South Carolina: Jackson Price, A.C. Flora

South Dakota: Riley Aarbo, O'Gorman Catholic

Tennessee: Gui Vivaldini, McCallie School (North Carolina)

Texas: Bryce Boneau, Keller (Notre Dame)

Utah: Austin Wallace, Skyridge (Dixie State)

Vermont: Chance Rose, Milton

Washington: Thomas Vlasak, Lewis and Clark

West Virginia: Jonas Branch, Fairmont

Wisconsin: William Navarre, Nicolet (Wisconsin)

Wyoming: Cole Venable, Worland

 
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