Nathan Allen (Princeton, Sr./D)
Allen was the best defender for the Tigers and a senior leader. He also scored two goals.
Endika Banuelos (D-H,
The sophomore midfielder took part in 13 D-H goals with six goals and seven assists.
Bryan Fuentes (D-H, Sr., MF)
Fuentes led the Little Giants with eight assists, while contributing 14 goals, good for 22 total scores.
Robert Harrison (D-H, Sr., D):
Harrison made 16 saves on defense for the Little Giants.
Jackson Heiden (D-H, Jr., F):
The junior from Hall was the Little Giants’ leading goal scorer with 19 goals while assisting on six more.
Andres Moreno (D-H, So., K)
The sophomore keeper made 74 saves on goal for the Little Giants.
Daniel Moreno (D-H, Sr., MF)
Moreno scored three goals with three assists.
Ian Sampson (Princeton,
The Tigers’ MVP led by his play and actions to teach the younger guys about playing varsity soccer, coach David Gray said. He scored three goals with one assist playing center midfield.
(D-H, Sr., D)
The senior defender was a giant on defense for the Little Giants with a team-high 17 saves.