Trejo named WHC’s top boys soccer coach, Edwards earns offensive player of year
Polk County boys soccer head coach Josh Trejo has been named the Western Highlands Coach of the year and junior Isaac Edwards has been named the league’s offensive player of the year
Polk County boys soccer head coach Josh Trejo has been named the Western Highlands Coach of the year and junior Isaac Edwards has been named the league’s offensive player of the year.
Trejo and Edwards were honored for a season in which Polk County reached the 1A West Regional final, dropping a 1-0 decision to Community School of Davidson.
Four other Wolverines – Nicolas Lopez, Grayson Jones, Jeses Avellanda and Clark Phipps – were voted to the all-conference teamm.
Owen’s Michael Gun was named the conference player of the year, with teammate Melzer Morgan named the defensive player of the year.
2018 Western Highlands Conference
Avery: Thomas Gatewood, McRae Hart, Finley Serafim
Madison: Hugo Barreto-eames, Caleb Blackman, Matthew Chandler, Timothy Gray
Mitchell: Aron Martinez, Zeb McKinney
Mountain Heritage: Brian Gutierrez, Diego Gutierrez-Elias
Owen: Devin Gildner, Michael Gun, Lorenz Hoover, Wyatt Lehman, Melzer Morgan, Graham Roy, Liam Schwatz
Polk County: Jesus Avellaneda, Isaac Edwards, Grayson Jones, Nicolas Lopez, Clark Phipps
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