Delcid was the offensive engine that propelled the Panthers to the Division II semifinals.
He led the state in goals scored with 49 and also had 10 assists. Delcid was the Division II,
District 4 MVP and also made the Division II all-state team selected by the coaches.
Coaches of the Year
This first-year head coach did very well. McReynolds led the Bears to the Division I semifinals with a 15-8-2 record and was the state’s Division I Coach of the Year.
An opportunity to excel in Division II was not wasted by Barnes and the Panthers. Woodlawn advanced to the semifinals and finished with a 15-4-1 record.
Teams selected by area coaches
Center back, Sr.
Division I, District 3 overall MVP led the Bears in minutes played and played at the heart of the defense.
Provided the final line of defense for the Division I Panthers and was Division I, District 3 Defensive MVP.
Briggs Bourgeois/St. Amant
A two-time Division I all-state and All-Metro selection led the Gators offense with 15 goals and 19 assists.
The Division I, District 3 Offensive MVP netted All-Metro/all-state honors a second time along with 22 goals and 11 assists.
Edgar Moyron/East Ascension
Mainstay for the Spartans offense scored 17 goals, six assists and was voted Division I, District 5 Offensive MVP.
Baton Rouge High
Versatile performer earned Division I, District 3 first-team honors and had eight goals to go along with four assists.
Hector Rodriguez/St. Amant
The Division I, District 5 Defensive MVP orchestrated the defense and also scored 12 goals for the Gators.
Center midfielder, Sr.
Provided offensive punch for the Griffins with 19 goals and four assists and was a first-team Division I, District 5 pick.
Cade Murry/Denham Springs
Parlayed a team-high 25 goals for the Yellow Jackets into a spot on the Division I, District 3 first team.
Brayden Betz/Live Oak
Led the Eagles to perhaps their best season and was voted the Overall MVP in Division 2, District 4.
Center back, Sr.
The two-time Division I, District 3 Defensive MVP also contributed 13 goals and nine assists for the Broncos.
Emerged as an offensive standout for the Bears with 15 goals and two assists, earning Division I, District 3 honors.
Michael James/Baton Rouge High
Made it difficult for opposing offenses by ruling the middle of the field and also had seven goals and five assists.
Filled the role of playmaker for the Wildcats with 12 assists and was first-team Division II, District 4 selection.
Vilas is proof that the driving force behind a successful team doesn’t have to be the guy who scores the most goals. The Division III, District 5 overall MVP controlled the game from the midfield while contributing 12 goals and a team-high 18 assists while earning Division III all-state honors.
of the Year
It was another stellar season for Mitchell and the Cubs. University advanced to the Division III semifinals
and finished with a 16-6-4 record.
by area coaches