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With the high school soccer season completed, the Virginia High School League has announced the boys soccer players named to their respective All-State teams.
In total, the Historic Triangle produced 17 All-State selections across Group 4A, 3A and 2A.
Among the All-State recipients was York (15-2-1) senior Max Poelker, who took home Group 3A Player of the Year after leading the Falcons to an appearance in the Group 3A East semifinals.
Below are the All-State selections for Group 4A, 3A and 2A:
Three Lafayette players and one Jamestown player earned first-team All-State honors for Group 4A.
Two Lafayette forwards, seniors Jason Eckenrode and Reeves Trott, earned first-team recognition, as well as senior midfielder Matt Beatty.
Jamestown senior defender Ben Carper was the only first-team selection for the Eagles.
To see the full Group 4A selections, click here.
Six Historic Triangle boys soccer players were named first-team All-State selections in Group 3A, with York senior Max Poelker earning Group 3A Player of the Year honors.
Poelker, a Longwood University commit, scored 19 goals and logged 17 assists as a captain for the Falcons this season.
Three of Poelker’s teammates at York also earned first-team All-State recognition. Senior Forwards Bailey McClure and Cameron Dail, as well as senior defender Cole Hawkins all earned first-team honors.
Tabb also had two players earn first-team honors, as senior midfielder Derek Cook and freshman defender Zach Brown made the cut.
Two other Historic Triangle players — Tabb senior forward Matt Montgomery and York junior goalkeeper Jacob Reimers — earned second-team All-State recognition.
To see the full list of Group 3A selections, click here.
Three Bruton players capped off what proved to be a historic season with first-team All-State honors for Group 2A.
Senior forward Lanson Fontaine, junior midfielder Chuckie Tenbusch and senior defender Sharif Donkor were named first-team selections.
Two other Bruton players — senior forward Michael Wilson and senior defender Courtland Ford — capped off their high school careers with second-team All-State recognition.
To see the full Group 2A selections, click here.