The Weekly Citizen’s 2008-09 All-Parish Boys’ Soccer Team
Dutchtown senior goalkeeper Ian Hanlon was one of the main reasons the Griffins advanced to the Division I quarterfinals this season helping the team allow just 21 goals on the season.
Hanlon returns to the All-Parish team as its MVP after being recognized by District 6-I coaches as the overall district MVP and the first-team goalkeeper following a season where he registered 160 saves in 30 games with 18 clean sheets.
Fruge stepped up huge for the Griffins in district play turning into their top scoring threat while being named District 6-I Co-Offensive MVP and to the first team.
Fruge scored 26 total goals for the Griffins and had 16 in district play, while registering 14 assists overall and 11 in district.
Martinez played offense and defense for the Spartans but it was on the attacking side that he earned Co-Offensive MVP and was named to District 6-I’s first team.
Martinez scored 11 goals overall with seven coming in district and had nine assists overall, eight of those coming in district.
In a system that allowed just 21 goals all season, it was Auzenne who was Griffins’ fearless defender at centre back.
Auzenne, Dutchtown’s deep punter, also registered two assists while playing exclusively on defense.
Coach of the Year
Chambless led Dutchtown to its furthest run in the postseason in Divison I advancing to the quarterfinals before losing to state champion Jesuit.
The Griffins won the District 6-1 title with a 9-1 record and finished the year 23-6-1 overall.
Hermosillo scored eight goals in the season and five in district while providing nine assists overall and two in district to be named to the District 6-I?first team.
Lambert, a freshmen phenom, earned first-team All-District 6-I recognition after leading the Gators with 30 goals provided 15 assists.
Lawrence makes his second straight appearance on the All-Parish team following earning first-team All-District honors afterscoring 11 goals overall with four coming in district, while registering eight assists overall.
Lopez, one of St. Amant’s top defenders, scored three goals and had seven assists in being named to the All-District 6-I first team.
Parr also played both offense and defense for the Spartans earning first team All-District 6-I honors at forward after scoring a team-high 25 goals with eight coming in district and eight assists overall with six in district.
Ruiz returns to the All-Parish team after earning first-team All-District 6-I?recogniton following a season in which he had five goals and 20 assists overall and three goals and 12 assists in district play,