2015 All-Area Boys Soccer Team
Jake Adams, Sherando
The senior midfielder was third on the Warriors with seven goals and also contributed three assists for Sherando. Adams was a first-team selection in both the Northwestern District and Conference 21.
Tommy Buono, Sherando
The senior forward tied for the area lead with 22 goals and had 11 assists. Buono was voted the Conference 21 Player of the Year and shared that title with teammate Andrew Wade in the Northwestern District.
Justin Haggerty, Skyline
The senior forward/midfielder was one of the top scoring threats for a Hawks team that struggled to two wins in 2015. Haggerty was one of four Hawks to earn a second-team all-Conference 28 selection.
Jov Hall, Sherando
The senior helped lead a Warriors defense that held opponents to 1.25 goals per game and recorded eight shutouts in 2015. Hall was a first-team selection in both the Northwestern District and Conference 21.
Peter Harrison, SVCA
The senior forward tied for the area lead with 22 goals and added four assists for the Patriots last fall. Harrison led SVCA to a VACA state tournament championship and was named the VACA state player of the year.
Franklin Hernandez, Central
The senior midfielder finished third on the team with four goals and led the Falcons with six assists this past season. Hernandez was a second-team selection in both the Bull Run District and Conference 28.
Pedro Jacuinde, Stonewall Jackson
The junior midfielder/forward was the top scoring threat for the Generals in 2015. Jacuinde was one of two Stonewall Jackson players to be named to a second team Shenandoah District selection.
Kevin Riley, Sherando
The senior goalkeeper was second in the area with 112 saves and had an area-leading eight shutouts this past season. Riley was a first-team selection in both the Northwestern District and Conference 21.
Eric Ventura, Central
The senior defender had two goals and an assist while leading a Falcons defense that recorded six shutouts this past season. Ventura was a first-team selection in both the Bull Run District and Conference 28.
Andrew Wade, Sherando
The senior midfielder finished with 20 goals and led the area with 16 assists. Wade shared Northwestern District Player of the Year honors with teammate Tommy Buono and was a first-team all-Conference 21 pick.
Korey Wolford, Central
The junior forward emerged as the Falcons’ leading scorer in 2015 as he finished with six goals and an assist. Wolford was a first-team all-Conference 28 selection and a second-team all-Bull Run District pick.
Pat Anderson, Sherando
The longtime coach guided the Warriors (14-4-2) to a Northwestern District regular-season championship and a regional tournament appearance for the third time in four seasons.
Tyler Bosserman, Central
Sean Buono, Sherando
Justin Carr, Strasburg
Adam Goodier, Stonewall Jackson
Josue Medrano, Strasburg
Alex Moran, Skyline
Rhett Morris, Sherando
Joshua Smallwood, SVCA
Zach Wagner, Sherando
Tristan Ward, Warren County
Dean Woodwell, Central