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2014 Boys’ Soccer All-Scholastics

Garrett Leahy (10) and Concord-Carlisle won the Division 2 state title.

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Garrett Leahy (10) and Concord-Carlisle won the Division 2 state title.

Players of the Year

Aram Ouligian

Division 1: Needham

The 6-foot-4-inch Ouligian scored 23 goals and dished 7 helpers en route to claiming All-American honors. The Bay State League MVP led the Rockets to three straight conference titles and the 2012 state title. Also captain of the basketball team, he'll attend Colgate.

Charlie Booth

Division 2: Concord-Carlisle

The senior center-back helped Concord-Carlisle post 18 shutouts in 2014 and win the Division 2 state title. Also chipping in with three goals, Booth was named an All-American and he’s a two-time Dual County League All-Star and a two-time EMass All-Star.

Rafael DeSouza

Division 3: Watertown

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The Watertown senior posted 23 points (11 goals, 12 assists), claiming Middlesex MVP honors this fall, as well as earning All-New England status from the EMSCA. DeSouza has amassed 36 goals and 26 assists during his career and he’s a two-time EMass All-Star.

Cristian Chavez

Division 4: St. Mary’s

Chavez, a senior captain and four-year starter, led his team with 22 goals and 24 assists this fall as St. Mary’s went 18-2-2. Chavez was named the Catholic Central Large MVP as well as being an All-New England selection.

All-Scholastics

Edmilson Andrade, New Bedford, senior

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A senior, Andrade was able to amass 38 points (24 goals, 14 assists) from the midfield position. Along with leading New Bedford to the Big Three title, Andrade was named Big Three MVP and to the All-New England team. He also plays volleyball.

Willy Boyd, Nauset, senior

An All New England selection, Boyd was also the Atlantic Coast League’s Player of the Year the past two seasons. His junior year he led the ACL with 23 points and he added 30 this fall to finish his career with 50 goals and 20 assists.

Julio DaSilva, Malden, senior

DaSilva was named the Greater Boston League MVP after leading Malden to an 18-1-2 season in which he scored 12 goals with 15 assists. The senior was also named to the EMSCA All-State team. A high-honor roll student, he’s a two-time GBL All-Star.

Stephen Heintz, St. John’s Prep, senior

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In his senior year, Heintz was the Catholic Conference MVP as the Prep claimed the Divison 1 North title. Heintz also received All-New England and All-State honors. In addition to his defensive prowess, the senior also tallied five goals in 2014.

Connor Horan, Norwell, senior

The South Shore League MVP netted 44 points (28 goals, 16 assists) this past season and finished his career with 61 goals. Horan, who also plays lacrosse, has captained the soccer team for two seasons. A senior, Horan will play soccer at Bates College.

Damian Kozak, Canton, senior

A senior, Kozak was the leading scorer in the Hockomock League in 2014, tallying 19 goals and 8 assists). Kozak finished his career No. 2 on Canton’s all-time scoring list. He was the Hockomock MVP as well as earning All-New England honors this season.

Garrett Leahy, Concord-Carlisle, senior

A senior, Leahy started all 21 games for Concord-Carlisle and helped lead the Patriots to the Division 2 state title. Scoring 11 goals as a midfielder, Leahy plans on playing soccer for Holy Cross next Fall. Leahy’s various interests include sailing and skiing.

Ben Manoogian, Peabody, senior

With 42 points (31 goals, 11 assists) in his senior season, Manoogian was named the Northeastern Conference’s MVP, leading his team to a 16-2-2 record. A three-year varsity player, Manoogian has scored 84 career points, and is committed to Connecticut College to play soccer.

Jason Miller, Needham, senior

A senior, Miller captained Needham to its second Division 1 state title in three years. Accruing 21 points (10 goals, 11 assists), Miller was the third-leading scorer in the Bay State Conference. He finished with 19 career goals and was a two-time conference all-star.

Andres Pascual-Leone, Wayland, senior

The senior midfielder racked up 22 points (15 goals, 7 assists) this fall as Wayland won the Division 3 state championship. He finished his career with 49 points (34 goals, 15 assists). He’s also a four-year honor roll student and a member of the National Honor Society.

Chris Phillips, BC High, senior

The backbone of the eagles run to the Division 1 South sectional final, Phillips was named to the EMSCA All-State team as well as being a Catholic Conference All-Star. A senior, Phillips is a high-honors student at BC High, boasting a 4.1 GPA.

Sebastian Toro, East Boston, junior

Only a junior, Toro led East Boston to the City League title, then carried the Jets to the Division 1 North quarterfinals. A forward/midfielder, Toro had 20 goals and 15 assists as Eastie finished 17-3. He is an honor roll student as well.

Coaches of the Year

Jeremiah Smith

Division 1: Malden

Smith led Malden to the Greater Boston League title, finishing the fall with an 18-1-2 record. For his efforts, the Malden High grad was named the EMSCA Division 1 North Coach of the Year. He is 102-87-18 over his 11 years coaching.

John Barata

Division 2: Oliver Ames

The Tigers entered the Division 2 South tournament as the ninth seed and finished as the champion, advancing all the way to the state final before falling to Concord-Carlisle. The Assumption College grad has a career record of 78-22-20.

Patrick Nash

Division 3: Foxborough

Two years ago Foxboro didn’t win a game. This fall the Warriors went 15-5-1 and won the Hockomock Davenport title. Nash, a Bishop Feehan graduate, has been coaching for seven years. He was also named the EMSCA Division 3 South Coach of the Year.

Brian Mitchell

Division 4: Archbishop Williams

Mitchell led the Archies to a 14-4-3 record and the Division 4 EMass title. Only state power Sutton could derail Archbishop Williams state title dreams. With an 80-40-24 career record, he is a two-time EMSCA Coach of the Year.

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