KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Nov. 3, 2021) – Today, United Soccer Coaches and MaxPreps announced the 27 boys and 21 girls who have been named United Soccer Coaches/MaxPreps High School State Players of the Week for their on-field efforts from Oct. 25-31.

United Soccer Coaches uses results and statistics provided by MaxPreps.com to select one boy and one girl honoree from each participating state competing during the Fall season.

Coaches wanting to nominate their players must submit statistics to MaxPreps.com in order for their athletes to be considered. Winners receive a MaxPreps/United Soccer Coaches branded letterman’s patch and recognition on both MaxPreps.com and UnitedSoccerCoaches.org.

Nominations are due every Sunday by 11:59 p.m. ET each week to be considered.

 

Boys’ Winners For Oct. 25-31

State

Player

Pos.

School (City, State)

Arizona

Kevin Beltran

Midfielder

Red Rock (Sedona, Ariz.)

California

Armando Solis

Forward

Emery (Emeryville, Calif.)

Colorado

Hugh Sperber

Defender

Fountain Valley (Colorado Springs, Colo.)

Connecticut

Flavio Alvarado

Forward

New London (New London, Conn.)

Delaware

Niko Panyko

Forward

Cape Henlopen (Lewes, Del.)

Illinois

Uriel Garcia Perez

GK

Grayslake Central (Grayslake, Ill.)

Indiana

Jadon Yoder

Forward

Westview (Topeka, Ind.)

Kansas

Kaden Kearney

Defender

Augusta (Augusta, Kan.)

Maine

Kaden Daigle

Midfielder

Wisdom (St. Agatha, Maine)

Maryland

Braydon Blair

GK

Williamsport (Williamsport, Md.)

Massachusetts

Tristan Miller

Striker

Austin Prep (Reading, Mass.)

Michigan

Brock Smith

GK

Big Rapids (Big Rapids, Mich.)

Minnesota

Mckaid Schotzko

Defender

Lourdes (Rochester, Minn.)

Missouri

Tristan Barroeta

N/A

Webb City (Webb City, Mo.)

Nevada

Kristan Botello

N/A

Sunrise Mountain (Las Vegas, Nev.)

New Jersey

Leo Gomez

N/A

Abundant Life Academy (Nutley, N.J.)

New Mexico

Pol Cavaller

N/A

Taos (Taos, N.M.)

New York

Evan Andrews

GK

St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute (Buffalo, N.Y.)

North Carolina

Devon Gonyea

N/A

South Granville (Creedmoor, N.C.)

Ohio

Brody Wilt

Midfielder

Gallia Academy (Gallipolis, Ohio)

Pennsylvania

Keller Chamovitz

Forward

Quaker Valley (Leetsdale, Pa.)

Rhode Island

Nathan Nascimento

N/A

North Providence (North Providence, R.I.)

Texas

Peter Gougov

N/A

Westlake Academy (Westlake, Texas)

Washington

Julian Pedrosa

Forward

Mount Vernon Christian (Mount Vernon, Wash.)

District of Columbia

Mamadou Diabate

Midfielder

Bell (Washington, D.C.)

West Virginia

Rylan Morehead

N/A

George Washington (Charleston, W.Va.)

Wisconsin

Ryan Whynott

Defender

Kenosha Tremper (Kenosha, Wis.)

Girls’ Winners For Oct. 25-31

State

Player

Pos.

School (City, State)

Arizona

Madison Foster

Midfielder

Chino Valley (Chino Valley, Ariz.)

California

Mackenzie Nealis

Midfielder

South Tahoe (South Lake Tahoe, Calif.)

Connecticut

Veronica Rrapi

GK

Notre Dame Catholic (Fairfield, Conn.)

Indiana

Sydney Couch

Forward

Homestead (Fort Wayne, Ind.)

Maine

Emily Supple

N/A

Cape Elizabeth (Cape Elizabeth, Maine)

Maryland

Ale Puerto

Forward

Bishop Walsh (Cumberland, Md.)

Massachusetts

Sadie Candela

N/A

Algonquin Regional (Northborough, Mass.)

Nevada

Adryanna Avena

Forward

Pahrump Valley (Pahrump, Nev.)

New Hampshire

Kristina Allard

Forward

St. Paul’s (Concord, N.H.)

New Jersey

Eden Wilson

N/A

Atlantic Christian (Egg Harbor Township, N.J.)

New Mexico

Anna Babinski

Forward

Albuquerque (Albuquerque, N.M.)

New York

Addyson Galuski

N/A

Waterford-Halfmoon (Waterford, N.Y.)

Ohio

Becca Wolterman

GK

Badin (Hamilton, Ohio)

Oregon

Cloe Chase

N/A

Marist (Eugene, Ore.)

Pennsylvania

Abby Kline

Forward

Northern Bedford County (Loysburg, Pa.)

Rhode Island

Kylee Hicks

GK

Providence Country Day (East Providence, R.I.)

Tennessee

Hayley Zehnder

N/A

Page (Franklin, Tenn.)

Virginia

Shal Jagannathan

GK

Flint Hill (Oakton, Va.)

Washington

Shaela Bradley

N/A

La Center (La Center, Wash.)

District of Columbia

Emely Rubio Garcia

Midfielder

St. John’s (Washington, D.C.)

West Virginia

Annie Cimino

Midfielder

Charleston Catholic (Charleston, W.Va.)