Jordan Branco, Brockton
Branco was the driving force behind the Boxers run to the South finals. The Big 3 MVP scored 16 goals and added 16 assists, earning All-American honors. A four-year varsity player and two-time captain, Branco will play at Connecticut next season.
Theo Terris, Concord-Carlisle
The midfielder registered 37 goals and 25 assists for his career, including 12 goals and 10 assists this season when he was team MVP. The All-State selection led the Patriots to a 38-3-5 record the past two seasons. He will attend George Washington.
Mike Kennedy, Lynnfield
Kennedy is the Pioneers all-time leading scorer, with 76 goals and 43 assists. The All-New England forward scored 38 goals in 2007 as Lynnfield advanced to the state championship for the second straight year. He will attend Northeastern.
Bill McEachern, Weymouth
In his first year coaching his alma mater, McEachern led Weymouth to a second-place finish in the Bay State Conference and to the EMass final, which it lost to Framingham on penalty kicks. Weymouth finished 17-5-3 in 2007.
Barry Kaye, Sharon
It was a lot of fun coaching these kids, the second-year coach said of a Sharon team that entered the postseason as the 10th seed and made it to the state semifinals. The Brockton High graduate has a 25-11-5 record in his two seasons at Sharon.
Jeff Driscoll, East Bridgewater
In his seventh year in charge of his alma mater, the 1988 grad saw his team through the most successful run in its history. The Vikings went 16-3-4 and won the Division 3 South sectionals before losing to Lynnfield in the state semifinals.
Ben Berube, Somserset
He played sweeper instead of his preferred midfield for Somerset, but still produced 12 goals and 13 assists this season, and was selected as an All-American. The two-time All-New England will play at Boston University next year.
Matthew Pereira, Woburn
The 6-foot striker led Woburn to the Division 1 North final. Pereira earned Middlesex MVP and All-New England honors after a 20-goal, 10-assist season. An All-Scholastic in track, Pereira is considering Boston University, Holy Cross, and Bucknell.
Michael Burke, Concord-Carlisle
C-Cs all-time leader in goals scored 20 this season and added 12 assists for a team whose only loss came in the state semifinals. A state champion as a junior, Burke was a DCL All-star and All-State selection. He will attend George Washington.
Sean Bishop, St. John's Prep
The captain, who helped Eagles win a state championship and go undefeated in 2006, earned Catholic Conference MVP honors this season. The National Honor Society member and All-New England selection is also a state champion in volleyball.
Erick Nader, Framingham
The All-New England selection led the Flyers to a 20-win season before they lost in the state championship game on penalty kicks. The junior helped bring the Bay State title back to Framingham, earning league MVP honors in the process.
Andrew Revanales, Sharon
The All-New England selection set school records for goals in a season (28), career goals (44), points in a season (36), and points a career (59). The sophomore, who was named Hockomock MVP, will be a captain next season. He also runs track.
Rafael Santos, Boston Latin
His team didnt participate in the postseason tournaments, but Santoss talents did not go unnoticed. The Dual County League MVP scored 19 goals this season, earning All-New England honors. He plays his club soccer for the Aztec mens team.
Kyle Cronin, Weymouth
Cronin led Weymouth to its second Division 1 South title during his four years. Cronin, who also plays basketball, registered 14 goals and 14 assists this year. The college-bound senior finished his career with 33 goals.
Luis Mattos, Dennis-Yarmouth
The Atlantic Coast League MVP scored 24 goals this season, giving him a school-record 58 for his career. The All-New England selection, who plays his club soccer for Cape Cod Crusaders, plans to continue playing in his native Brazil.
Michael Bustamante, Chelsea
Chelsea went 13-2-2 this fall and earned a No. 3 seed in Division 2 North, led by one of the states top midfielders. The Commonwealth Large MVP has won a national championship with his club team, FC Greater Boston.
Vinny Papageorgiou, Wilmington
The senior started all four years in goal for the Wildcats and registered 30 shutouts. He kept 11 clean sheets this season and posted a 0.63 GAA. The two-year captain and honor student was the MVP of the Cape Ann League.
Colin Henry, Norwell
A two-time all-state selection and two-time South Shore MVP, Henry accumulated 121 points (68 goals, 53 assists) in his career, including 21 goals and 15 assists in his senior campaign. The honor student plans to play at Boston University.
Atlantic Coast North: Pat McIntyre, Ed Sheehan, Robbie Canning, Cam McFarlane, Ryan Fischer, Brent Bell, and Mike Thomas, Marshfield; Shane Regan and Ryan Keaney, North Quincy; Matt Bruninghaus, Joe Brigida, Tim Doyle, and Jon Chiang, Plymouth North; Russell Goodman, Quincy; Sean Szczesny and James Peterson, Whitman-Hanson.
Atlantic Coast South: Alex Xiahros, Luis Mattos, Gustavos Pereire, and Andrew Tucker; Jordan Bello and Derek Young, Falmouth; Chris McEnaney, Brett Conrad, Mark Munroe, Mike Quigley, and Andrew Czuchra, Nauset; Blake Nyman and Mike Reid, Plymouth South; Liam Bokkanovich, Bryan German, and Andrew Scalera, Sandwich.
Bay State: Erick Nader, Ronaldo Vieira, Framingham; Matt Kopelman, Natick; Dean Cohn, Mike Quintanilla, Walpole; Vinny Bartucca, Norwood; Matt Shuman, Dan Eppstein, Jeff Perrin, Brookline; Kyle Cronin, Tyler Oakes, Weymouth; James Stento, Zack Kumin, Needham; Eric Brown, Newton North; Joe Ponticelli, Braintree; Andy Beimford, Wellesley.
Big Three: Jordon Branco, Joseph Wegener, Gregory Dean, Michael Gomes, Nicholas Andrade, Brockton; Victor Ferreira, Jason Miranda, Nathan Oliveira, Adam Correia, Jonathan Mendes, Christopher Nobrega, New Bedford; Ruben Rezendes, Danillo Baptista, Durfee.
Boston: Ellsworth Kilbourn-Shea and Thomas Maton, Latin Academy; Abdoul Diallo and Edin Sandoval, Boston International; Tamru Abate and Julian Morales, Brighton; Omar Aden and Kendy Valburn, Charlestown; Edgar Gomes and Davidson McGuffie, Dorchester; Edward Barrera and Yeltsen Velaquez, East Boston; Abdulai Wanu and Steven Welcome, English; Boromain Jeanpy and Pierre Marcheau, Hyde Park; Idelce Lopes and Moises Lopes, Madison Park; Vladimir Casseus and Edner Paul, OBryant; Emanuel Silva and Kevin Stichel, South Boston; Holden Roberson and Edgar Ventura, West Roxbury.
Cape Ann: Mike Kennedy, Lynnfield; Vinny Papageorgiou and Matt Figueiredo, Wilmington; Guiseppe Guerierro, Manchester- Essex; Kevin VanLenten and Ian Gelinas, Masconomet; Josh Rocco, North Reading; Derek Osmond, Rockport; Drew Pickul, North Andover; Nick Allman, Newburyport; Jon Britton, Hamilton- Wenham; Evan Weagle, Georgetown; Paul Van Schyndel, Ipswich; Jake Buzzell, Pentucket.
Catholic Conference: Sean Bishop, Alex Farr, Brett McLarney, Evan Ersing, and Justin Colella, St. Johns Prep; Derek Foy, Ryan Russell, Cris Anderson, Adam Cherubini, and Andrew Morgan, BC High; Matt Zytka, Paul Dupree, Ben Langhauser, and Evan Polanik, Xaverian; Dave McCoy, Steve Souza, and Kevin Butler, Catholic Memorial; Alex Annesse and Conor Cummings, Malden Catholic.
Commonwealth (Large): Michael Bustamente, Pabel Perez, Luis Salgado, Esteve Sosa, Anderson Espana, Chelsea; Brian Conway, Eric McLaughlin, Calvin MacMillan, Mike Lamonica, Craig Pease, Shawsheen; Prince Tchoumi, Richard Jones-Alas, Aloysius Fonta, Yerlin Guevara, Lynn Tech; John Alves, Giovanni Guevara, Yorlin Grajales, Greater Lowell; Bobby Norris, Pat Gleason, Gustavo Aravjo, Northeast.
Commonwealth (Small): John Rice, Adam Radl, Nikolai Flint, Ricky Dyer, Jose Coadro, Minuteman; Mike Silva, Cody Hulbert, Tim Gil, Joel DAmbrosso, Jeremy Caira, North Shore; Brian Lundquist, Dave Garry, Trevor Glines, Joey Ertsos, Fellowship; Matt Jasinski, Jonathan Carranza, Christian Cano, Greater Lawrence; Zack Drapeau, Dave Campbell, Jared Nicklas, Whittier Tech.
Dual County: Theo Terris, Mike Burke, Ryan Miller, James Smith, Concord-Carlisle; Jay Hayward, Jake Hart, DJ Brock, Dan Sincavage, Acton-Boxboro; Tarun Subramanian, Lee Russo, Rob McCall, Cody Heusmann, Westford; Nick Addeo, Mike Crosby, Steve Weiss, Lincoln-Sudbury; Mike Sobaff, Lee Garfinkel, Matthew Corson, Newton South; Sam Beckenstein, Graham Clark, Patrick Tardiff, Wayland; Rafael Santos, Steve OConnell, Mike Marra, Boston Latin; Dan Kitterman, Steve Dalrymple, Bedford; Riley Brown, Weston; Ross Kendall, Tyngsboro.
Eastern Athletic: Michael Doherty, Kyle Morrissey, Daniel Galvin, Justin Barrett and Matthew Sears, Bishop Feehan; Noah McGarr, Ryan Harding, Dennis Doherty and Cody Doyle, Bishop Stang; Ben Berube, Jordan Mota, Chaz Dupuis, Devin Sadlers and Brent Carvalho, Somerset; Matthew Boudreau and Blake Brailsford, Coyle-Cassidy; David Reis, Bishop Connoly.
Greater Boston: Nick Jackson, Steve Carmondy, Sean Reilly, Arlington; Matt Boyes-Watson, Karl Alexander, and Dasa Safizadeh, Cambridge; Everton Mardelli, Eliezer Marino, and Sam Watson, Malden; Steven Donnely, Alman Kalouy, and Leo Ribeiro, Medford; Jhoan Medina, Joe Abrantes, and Felipe Bezzerra, Somerville; Josue Teo, Kleymar Garcia, and Martin Smith, Waltham.
Hockomock: Andrew Revanales, John Kazan, and Deven Ligon, Sharon; Matt Murray and Bobby Saraf, Canton; Jamie Sinno, Foxboro; Pat Casey and Matt Koliopoulous, Franklin; Joel Diamond, King Philip; Ryan Chambers, Thomas Giannouloudis, Jeff Ivas, Robert MacDonald, and Michael Piccirilli, Mansfield; Brandan Grealish, Scott Macedonio, Christian Pirnie, and Sam Ocel, North Attleboro; Bill Jones, Oliver Ames; Pat Bowlby, Stoughton.
Mayflower: Colin Gray and Chris Miller, Blue Hills; Ryan Ledin, Antonio Noguiera, Justin Soccorso and Dan Brand, Bristol Plymouth; Mike Asselin, Jeremy Flynn, Bruno Cristaldo and Jeremy Tansey, Chatham; Francis Mulkhern, Simon Ostroski, and Steve Pellitier, Sacred Heart; Alexander Ferreira, Steven Araujo, Brandon Torres and Robert Sykes, Westport; Matt Kelly and Kevin Capuzzo, Avon; Spencer Burns, Andrew Grant, Brandon Millane, Tyler Mumm, Brendan Quireyns, and Richie Ring, Holbrook; Jon Delgado, Ryan Rodriguez, Brandon Meninno, Shawn Ferreira, and Jazz Reis, Old Colony; Tyler Strom, Tri-County; Daniel Iannitelli, and Sam Deluca, West Bridgewater.
Merrimack Valley: Jimmy Tully, Ryan Maimis, Mike Silva, Dracut; Alex Sindoni, Charlie Roche, Haverhill; Greg Bejan, Corey Hanlon, Billerica; KB Oshodi, Brendan Slein, Central; Ryan Taylor, Sean Marden, Chelmsford; Mathues Candido, Wellington Maia, Lowell; Sam Percival, Andover.
Middlesex: Zach Abdu-Glass, Diego Garcia, Mike Hibberd, Brendan Margauran, Lexington; Mike Bradley, Lucas Fernandes, Tim Weis, Belmont; Zan Burkey, Charlie Hale, Winchester; Mike Digman, Burlington; Eric Dyer, Reading; Hayk Kaya, Kevork Ourfalion, Watertown; Chad Leslie, Matt McCluskey, Ramin Sabouri, Melrose; Ryan Marchant, Wakefield; Mike McDonough, Matt Pereira, Dan Tobin, Woburn. Amon Mohammadi, Dan OQuinn, David Quigley, Stoneham.
Northeastern South: Nick LoCoco, Shane ONeill, Alex Trotsky, Theon ONeill, and Dom Braga, Gloucester; Phil Marchwinski, Tim Davison, Ben Pasquariello, Chris Ciampa and Kevin McCarthy, Danvers; Alex Terrill, Andrew Solomon, Matt Frankel, George Kaltsas and Mike DiFillip, Marblehead; Corey Rutledge, Tom Duplisea, and John Friend, Saugus; Mark Simms, John Mason, John Beaulieu, and Fuan Farr, Swampscott; Ben Sena and Andres Mesa, Winthrop.
Northeastern North: Jared Rizzo, Josh Boyce, Carlos DeOliviera, Mike Dunleavy, Brian Fleming and Justin Famiglietti, Peabody; Max Mondestin, Alex Vargas, Martin Amin, Alejandro Alvarez and Brad Duhaime, Salem; Taylor Marton, Brett Battistelli, Mike Boches and Gustavo Cordoba, Beverly; Asley Barrios, Jorge Ponce, Ruby Arevalo and Luiz DaCunha, Revere; Miguel Castro and Carlos Cifuentes, Lynn Classical; and Mubarak Nyang, Alex Alvarez and Nelson Manuelo, Lynn English. Patriot: Corey Hendrickson, Matt Landry, Dan Sangster and Pat Charland, Duxbury; Trevor Griffin, Tim Hurlburt and Ivan Stannard, Hanover; Charlie Wasson and Joe Eisenbies, Hingham; Tyler Creeden, Middleboro; Justin Labonte, Justin Pugliese, Bob Nathan and Steve Allen, Pembroke; Marcus Amilcar, Randolph; Joe Bohenek and Robert Christie, Rockland; Greg Hall, Jamie Pratt and Chris Gentile, Scituate; Kyle McGinn, Adam Smith, Tucker Fairbanks and Kevin Gomes, Silver Lake.
South Coast: Ethan Lincoln, Apponequet; Alex Hartley Bourne; Chris Deschenes, Case; Keith Rose, Austin Nerney and Carlos Alvarez, Dighton Rehoboth; Tyler Blanchard and Justin Pereira, Fairhaven; Kevin Correia, Ryan Rodrigues, Mark Custodio and Kevin Sanches, Greater New Bedford; Kyle Amicucci and Corey Knudsen, Old Rochester; Joe Pariseau, Seekonk; Chris Reid, Wareham.
South Shore: Colin Henry, Michael McCarthy, and Brian Thompson, Norwell; Aziz Downes, Felipe Ribeiro, and Jon Thompson, Harwich; Nick Clark, Bob McLaughlin, Jake Adams, and Greg Giguere, East Bridgewater; Jared Spicer, Kereith Pinnock, Paul Beaulieu, and Michael Phelan, Carver; Marc Goldman, Abington; Sam Roth, and Mike Grimm, Cohasset; Nick Lawless, Hull; Andrew Lovely, Mashpee.
Tri-Valley: Luis Carvalho, Kallen Rauch, Ashland; Kamali Webson, Greg Patt, Bellingham; Brad Richards, Danny Sunderland, Dover Sherborn; Jake Huntley, Mike Bernard, Hopkinton; William Nesbitt, Austin Goldenberg, Tom OLaughlin, Jake Tracy, Holliston; Nick Nowak, Robert Shuman, Mike Depesia, Medfield; Ricky Guyette, Medway; Ivan Barrera, Millis; Brian Bettencourt, Mike Kelly, Norton; Zach Hannrahan, Westwood.