Three Demons named to all-league boys soccer team
All 4A-WSL BOYS SOCCER
Coach of the Year: Tommy Gogolen, Summit
Player of the Year: Thomas DeBonville, Sr., Summit
Oscar Gallegos, Sr., Glenwood Springs; Aldo Palacios, Jr., Eagle Valley; Noel Ruiz, Jr., Eagle Valley; Charlie Beurskins, Jr., Steamboat Springs; Nathan Depuy, Sr., Steamboat Springs; Eli Stephens, Sr., Battle Mountain; Tony Luevanos, Sr., Battle Mountain; Andrew Herrera, Sr., Battle Mountain; Noah Glasco, Sr., Summit; Mitchel Gray, Sr., Summit; Thomas DeBonville, Sr., Summit.
Cameron Horning, Jr., Glenwood Springs; Daniel Garces, Sr., Glenwood Springs; Nesh Garcia, Sr., Palisade; Austin Stelmach, Jr., Palisade; Bryan Grado, Jr., Eagle Valley; Isaac Fuller, Soph., Delta; Wade Stinson, Jr., Delta; Lane sanders, Sr., Delta; Cruz Archuleta, Jr., Steamboat Springs; Jake Anderson, Sr., Steamboat Springs; Erik Solis, Soph., Battle Mountain; Creek Kamby, Soph., Battle Mountain; George Kasch, Sr., Summit; Al Bouchard, Sr., Summit; Alex Valeta, Sr., Summit.
Glenwood Springs High School’s boys soccer team had three all-league award winners — with one player landing a spot on the first team — when the all-Class 4A Western Slope League was determined by the league’s coaches at the end of the regular season.
Oscar Gallegos, a senior midfielder and forward for the Demons this past season, was Glenwood’s first-team award winner. Gallegos, whose primary asset to the Demons was with his defensive abilities, finished with four goals and five assists for a Glenwood team that finished 7-8-0 overall, 5-7-0 in the 4A Western Slope League.
Also earning all-league honors was Glenwood junior Cameron Horning, who finished with a team-high 11 goals this season, and senior Daniel Garces, a midfielder who finished the season with five goals and a pair of assists.
Summit, which won the 4A WSL championship and reached the Class 4A quarterfinals, had both the league’s player of the year (senior Thomas DeBoneville) and coach of the year (Thomas DeBonville).
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