NSCAA/MaxPreps High School Players of the Week Announced for April 5-April 11

Staff Report | MaxPreps.com Wednesday, April 12, 2017

MaxPreps, the online high school sports leader and The National Soccer Coaches Association of America team up to honor the nation's best. (Week of 4/5-4/11)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (April 12, 2017) - The National Soccer Coaches Association of America and MaxPreps announced today the 11 boys and 12 girls who have been named the Spring NSCAA/MaxPreps High School State Players of the Week for their on-field efforts from April 5-11.

The NSCAA uses results and statistics provided by MaxPreps.com to select one boy and one girl honoree from each participating state competing during the spring high school season.

Coaches wanting to nominate their players must submit statistics to MaxPreps.com in order for their athletes to be considered; nomination instructions can be found below. Winners receive a MaxPreps/NSCAA branded letterman's patch and recognition on both MaxPreps.com and NSCAA.com.

Nominations are due every Sunday by at 11:59 p.m. ET each week to be considered.

Boys' Winners for April 5-11

 

State

Player Name

Position

School

Alabama

Jose Moreno

Forward

Tanner High School (Tanner, AL)

Arkansas

Salisu Yahaya

Forward

Jonesboro High School (Jonesboro, AR)

Florida

Patrick Miller

Midfielder

Eastland Christian High School (Orlando, FL)

Georgia

Johan Anguiano

Forward

Windsor Forest High School (Savannah, GA)

Nebraska

Brandon Grooters

N/A

Elkhorn High School (Elkhorn, NE)

Oklahoma

Albert Linares

Striker

Dove Science Academy (Tulsa, OK)

South Carolina

Daniel Kubrynski

Forward

Palmetto Scholars Academy (North Charleston, SC)

Tennessee

Alex Nordhoff

Goalkeeper

Grace Christian Academy (Franklin, TN)

Utah

Mike Leonoff

Goalkeeper

Wasatch Academy (Mt. Pleasant, UT)

Virginia

Nick St. Pierre

N/A

Northside High School (Roanoke, VA)

Washington

Kevin Ortega

Goalkeeper

Highline High School (Burien, WA)


Girls' Winners for April 5-11

State

Player Name

Position

School

Alabama

Dejon Fletcher

Goalkeeper

Madison Academy (Madison, AL)

Arkansas

Jorden Mangum

Midfielder

Monticello High School (Monticello, AR)

California

Alexia Valle

Forward

Fremont Christian High School (Fremont, CA)

Colorado

Hannah IsenhartN/ADawson School (Lafayette, CO)

Florida

Michelle NguyenMidfielderElfers Christian High School (New Port Richey, FL)

Georgia

Kailey BurrellForwardDade County High School (Trenton, GA)

Illinois

Emma HarrisGoalkeeperStreator High School (Streator, IL)

Missouri

Kassi GintherN/ASummit Christian Academy (Lee's Summit, MO)

Nebraska

Christina BaxterForwardBellevue West High School (Bellevue, NE)

North Carolina

Jaquelin RodriguezForwardEast Montgomery High School (Biscoe, NC)

South Carolina

Athena Gaspar

N/A

Oceanside Collegiate Academy (McClellanville, SC)

Virginia

Lucianna Kelly

Forward

Guardian Christian Academy (Chesterfield, VA)

 

About the NSCAA
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America was founded in 1941 and is based in Kansas City, Mo. The NSCAA, the world's largest soccer coaches organization, is the trusted and unifying voice, advocate and partner for coaches at all levels of the game. The Association provides programs and services that enhance, encourage and contribute to the development and recognition of soccer coaches, their players and the game we love. To learn more, visit NSCAA.com.