formersoccerplayer wrote:Golgoza will win for sure. What he did this year will factor in the decision, as well as his performances that will surely happen during his Senior year.
No offense to anyone, but defensive backs and keepers usually don't win Mr. Soccer. They just don't see the ball enough, and they don't get the plaudits and the headlines that a game-changing midfielder or goal-machine striker gets.
Frenzel or someone else would have to play out of his skin to get the award.
rrsoccer9 wrote:Frenzel will probably take the west side as I don't see anyone in the west that is any good otherwise in the senior class.
The east has too many to contend with though and I think whoever takes it from the East will end up with the award.
A couple that may have a chance...
Matt Glogoza (I think Shanley will drop down to where they should be and Matt may not see the recognition because of it, but he clearly is the best player in the state)
Josh Lapka (If north does well offensively, he may see the fruits)
Ben Albrecht (Same thing, but defensively for North... the best defender in the state hands down)
Matt Crawford (Won't get it out of the east, but worth mentioning only because he is better than Frenzel and still seen as a low talent in the east... shows where Frenzel would rank in the east. Only the second goalkeeper)
formersoccerplayer wrote:The west teams don't have a ton of seniors.
BHS, for instance, only has 2 seniors on the Varsity team.
St. Mary's only has 2 seniors of note.
CHS has 3-4 seniors of note.
The rest of the teams...well...how can I be nice?
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