The sophomore helped the Indians win 14 games and was named First Team All-Conference, All-District, All-Region, and All-State. He was the only sophomore to be selected to any All-State team in Class 4.
Notre Dame, 2019 winner
Jackson, senior, 2018 winner
After many key Jackson players graduated, Morris stepped up by taking on more responsibility as a senior midfielder and helping spark his team to a fourth straight SEMO Conference title and a second straight district championship. Morris had 30 goals and 10 assists while garnering honorable mention Class 4 all-state honors along with all-district and all-region nods.
Jackson, senior, 2017 winner
Arguably the best player on the area’s best team, Scholl capped an impressive four-year high school career with 31 goals and 24 assists, both more than any other player in the area. The performance earned the four-year starter and return Semoball Awards finalist the honor of All-Region Offensive Player of the Year out of a region that includes the much-ballyhooed St. Louis programs. An NSCAA All-Midwest selection, Scholl has signed to continue playing soccer at Division II Lindenwood University.
Perryville, senior, 2016 winner
A midfielder with a high work rate, Wood not only orchestrated things in the middle of the park for the Class 2 runner-up, but also scored 15 times while assisting on 13 tallies. He was the Conference and Region Player of the Year as well as a First Team All-Conference, All-District, All-Region and All-State selection.
Perryville senior, 2015 winner
Schlichting scored 17 goals and posted 28 assists, which is tied for most assists in the state, during the Pirates’ state championship season. The senior midfielder and captain also was a first-team all-state selection in Class 2.
Perryville junior, 2014 winner
Dobbelare was a standout star in goal. He recorded 17 shutouts and was named all-region goalkeeper of the year for the Pirates, who advanced to the Class 2 quarterfinals for the first time in program history.