In boy’s soccer: Honors go to soccer athletes
ADDISON COUNTY — Seven local boys’ soccer players earned all-state honors from the Vermont Soccer Coaches Association, who also gave Middlebury Union High School coach Doc Seubert — who recently made public his decision to step down from the Tiger soccer and baseball coaching jobs he has held for almost four decades — its highest honor.
The association named Seubert, whose Tigers earned Division I’s No. 1 seed with a 14-1 regular season record, the Vermont large school coach of the year. Seubert was also voted the Lake Division Coach of the Year after the Tigers went undefeated in league play.
Meanwhile, three of his players, David Burt, Connor Collins and Marrott Weekes, were named to the Vermont D-I all-state team.
Four local players earned spots on the D-II all-state team: Alex McCormick and Cale Thygesen from Mount Abraham, and Timmy Johnston and Zach Ouellette of Vergennes.
The Tigers also picked up many league honors: Collins was named the Lake Division Co-Defensive Player of the year, and he, Burt, Weekes, Nico Mackey and Shaw McCabe all earned first-team all-star nods. Joining them were McCormick, Thygesen, Johnston and Ouellette.
The coaches named two Eagles — Sawyer Kamman and Theo Weaver — and two Commodores — Devin Hayes and Cody Quattrocci — to the Lake Division second team.
Earning Lake honorable mention were Max Livingstone-Peters and Akeem Pottinger from MUHS, Jackie Gorton and Sam Weaver from Mount Abe, and Justus Sturtevant from VUHS.
One Otter Valley player earned Marble Valley League B Division first-team honors, Barron Harvey. The MVL B Division does not hand out second-team or honorable mention recognition.
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