Polk County goalkeeper Cade Bright

Polk County senior goalkeeper Cade Bright has been named the Mountain Foothills 7 Conference Defensive Player of the Year.

Two other Wolverines – Charlie Jackson and Nate Martinez – received all-conference selection.

Bright anchored Polk County’s defense, recording 179 saves and allowing just 1.496 goals per game. He had 17 saves in the Wolverines’ 1-0 loss Monday at Thomas Jefferson in the third round of the state 1A playoffs.

Brevard’s Noah Backes was named the Offensive Player of the Year while Patton’s Keith Scott was chosen the Coach of the Year.

Polk County’s Nate Martinez, left, and Charloe Jackson

The complete All-MF7 squad includes:

Brevard: Noah Backes, Stephen Bohm, Connor Fennessy, Ethan Huggins, Brady O’Dell

Chase: Ryan Jimenez

East Rutherford: Zander McKinney, Tommy Moose

Hendersonville: Isreal Convento, Edgar Samuel Davila, Harrison Moss, Gabriel Rollins

Patton: Xavier Bernabe, Collin Callahan, Isai Jimenez, Brandon Monroy, Charles Morales, Henry Raymundo

Polk County: Cade Bright, Charlie Jackson, Nate Martinez

R-S Central: Dean Bates, Riley Coldren