Local players named to All-State soccer


S-C, Sacred Heart in top 10 rankings

Democrat Staff



Sacred Heart’s Max Martin makes a move to get around Cole Camp’s Dmitriy Timoshchuk during a game earlier this season. It was announced this week Martin was named Class 1 Defensive Player of the Year and was named to the Class 1 All-State First Team.


Smith-Cotton’s Roberto Ramirez and O’Hara’s Ian Kimbrell both go for a ball off of a corner kick Tuesday, Oct. 13 at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Field. Ramirez was named to the Class 3 All-State First Team.


Carlos Aguirre tries to weave his way through a pair of Warrensburg defenders during a game earlier this season. Aguirre was named to the Class 3 All-State First Team.


Stover’s Brock Nolting fights for a ball with Sacred Heart’s Teagan Trammell during the Class 1, District 6 title game Wednesday, Oct. 29 at Clover Dell. Trammell was named to the Class 1 Second Team.


S-C, Sacred Heart in top 10 rankings

Democrat Staff

Sacred Heart’s Max Martin makes a move to get around Cole Camp’s Dmitriy Timoshchuk during a game earlier this season. It was announced this week Martin was named Class 1 Defensive Player of the Year and was named to the Class 1 All-State First Team.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Martin.jpgSacred Heart’s Max Martin makes a move to get around Cole Camp’s Dmitriy Timoshchuk during a game earlier this season. It was announced this week Martin was named Class 1 Defensive Player of the Year and was named to the Class 1 All-State First Team.

Smith-Cotton’s Roberto Ramirez and O’Hara’s Ian Kimbrell both go for a ball off of a corner kick Tuesday, Oct. 13 at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Field. Ramirez was named to the Class 3 All-State First Team.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Ramirez.jpgSmith-Cotton’s Roberto Ramirez and O’Hara’s Ian Kimbrell both go for a ball off of a corner kick Tuesday, Oct. 13 at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Field. Ramirez was named to the Class 3 All-State First Team.

Carlos Aguirre tries to weave his way through a pair of Warrensburg defenders during a game earlier this season. Aguirre was named to the Class 3 All-State First Team.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Aguirre.jpgCarlos Aguirre tries to weave his way through a pair of Warrensburg defenders during a game earlier this season. Aguirre was named to the Class 3 All-State First Team.

Stover’s Brock Nolting fights for a ball with Sacred Heart’s Teagan Trammell during the Class 1, District 6 title game Wednesday, Oct. 29 at Clover Dell. Trammell was named to the Class 1 Second Team.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Trammell.jpgStover’s Brock Nolting fights for a ball with Sacred Heart’s Teagan Trammell during the Class 1, District 6 title game Wednesday, Oct. 29 at Clover Dell. Trammell was named to the Class 1 Second Team.

The 2015 Boys All-State soccer and final team rankings have been announced, and the list includes local players from Smith-Cotton, Sacred Heart, Windsor and Cole Camp.

In Class 3, Smith-Cotton tied for 10th place in the final team rankings with a record of 21-4, sharing the ranking with Farmington, which had a record of 23-2-2.

The Class 3 First Team includes senior defender Roberto Ramirez and junior forward Carlos Aguirre, both of Smith-Cotton. The Second Team includes Tiger senior goalkeeper Landon Dove. Two local players were named to Honorable Mention, S-C’s junior forward Jordan Lawson and Windsor’s senior forward Christian Stelling.

In Class 1, Sacred Heart placed third in the final team rankings with a record of 21-7, coming in behind No. 1 Principia, 19-6-1, and No. 2 St. Paul Lutheran, 23-2.

Two SHS players were named top players in Class 1 soccer — senior Max Martin was named Defensive Player of the Year and sophomore Sebastian Aguero was named Goalkeeper of the Year.

SHS also had several players named to Class 1 First and Second Teams. First Team includes senior defender Chance Spangler, Aguero and Martin. Cole Camp’s Taylor Sullivan, senior forward, was also included in the First Team list.

Second Team includes Gremlins Teagan Trammell, sophomore defender, and Fransisco Rojas, freshman forward.

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