Carlos Acosta (DePue, Sr., F): The BCR co-Player of the Year had 41 goals this year and stands 13th all-time in the IHSA record books with 124 goals Zach Andersen (Princeton, Sr., D): The senior stopper usually defended the opposing team’s best player and started the transition from defense to offense. Was named to the all-tournament team at Orion. Lucas Bauer (Princeton, Sr., GK): The bearded keeper made 172 saves on goal while surrendering 28 goals in 27 games. Nate Duffy (Princeton, Sr., D/M): Played the defensive wing and did a good job with runs from the back to get involved in the offense, Princeton coach Jason Bird said. He had three goals with 10 assists. Jacob Estrada (Princeton, Sr., M): The senior captain played center mid and forward, chipping in 13 goals with 11 assists, ranking third in scoring for PHS. Alberto Martinez (DePue, Jr., M): DePue coach Tim Stevens calls his midfielder the “glue of the team.” Tyler Marvin (Princeton, Sr., F): Had a breakout senior year with a team-high 31 goals after not playing as a junior. Drew Pranka (Princeton, Jr., D): A three-year varsity player, Bird said the junior sweeper is the most talented defensive player the Tigers have had since former BCR Player of the Year, Scott Roseberg. Isaac Reyes (DePue, Sr., D): Played the sweeper and back line of the DePue defense while scoring three goals with an assist. Dylan Schaefer (Princeton, Sr., M/F): The BCR co-Player of the Year scored 25 goals of his own and passed off for 23 assists. Austin Zimmer (DePue, Sr., D): Stopper for the DePue defense which allowed just 15 goals in 16 games.