Liam Armstrong, Jacobs Renato Avendano, St. Charles East Sam Bellantuono, Huntley Alex Canfield, Crystal Lake South Hunter Darukhanavala, West Aurora Roland Dearborn, Dundee-Crown Josh Eiss, Geneva Hernan Garcia, Bartlett Jose Ibarra, Streamwood Tucker Jahns, Kaneland Faizan Mohiuddin, St. Charles North Lucas Reutimann, South Elgin Jack Settle, St. Charles East Zachary Thompson, West Aurora Shun Yonehara, Geneva Honorable Mention Past Captains

By Walker, Chris | Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), November 8, 2019 | Go to article overview

Liam Armstrong, Jacobs Renato Avendano, St. Charles East Sam Bellantuono, Huntley Alex Canfield, Crystal Lake South Hunter Darukhanavala, West Aurora Roland Dearborn, Dundee-Crown Josh Eiss, Geneva Hernan Garcia, Bartlett Jose Ibarra, Streamwood Tucker Jahns, Kaneland Faizan Mohiuddin, St. Charles North Lucas Reutimann, South Elgin Jack Settle, St. Charles East Zachary Thompson, West Aurora Shun Yonehara, Geneva Honorable Mention Past Captains


Walker, Chris, Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)


Byline: Chris Walker Daily Herald Correspondent

2019 Fox All-Area Boys Soccer Team

This junior all-conference, all-sectional selection led the Golden Eagles with 18 goals for a sectional championship squad. Also had 7 assists. "Liam has an extremely high soccer IQ and knows how to put himself or the team in dangerous scoring opportunities," Jacobs coach Colin Brice said. "Liam has done a great job being one of the leaders on the team and has been one of the reasons to our success this season."

Some kids can't grit their teeth and play through injuries, this kid played through a torn labrum and led the Saints to an DuKane conference title and an 18-2-3 campaign. Scored 15 goals and had 3 assists, earning all-state, all-conference accolades while being named captain of the Daily Herald Fox All-Area boys soccer team and DuKane Conference Player of the Year.

The Red Raiders shared their wealth offensively while winning a regional title, and this 5-foot-senior was their unsung leader. "Sam was our offensive spark this year," Huntley coach Matt Lewandowski said. "Whether he was finishing a team goal, assisting a teammate or hammering home a field long dribble, he was involved in almost all offensive plays." Had 5 goals and 5 assists for a team that had 13 different scorers earn their 33 goals.

The defending Class 2A state champs only returned 2 starters, but that included this senior all-state selection that had 31 goals and 17 assists through a sectional title. Possessing all the talents you can imagine, Canfield is also a team-first guy. "A lot of the special players are great individual talents, but the best of the best make their teams and ultimately each teammate around them better daily," Gators coach Brian Allen said. "That's what Alex has done."

This senior defender led the Blackhawks to 14 shutouts and a regional title. The Blackhawks only allowed 20 goals in 24 games while enjoying an 18-win season before a hard-fought sectional loss to Naperville North. Showed that he can pretty much do it all as he also scored 5 goals on dead balls by moving forward while chipping in with a pair of assists.

The Chargers just fell short of a sectional title with a championship game loss to Jacobs, but earned a regional and enjoyed a 14-win season with this senior, fourth-year forward leading the way. Dearborn had 16 goals and 10 assists while earning all-conference, all-sectional honors. "Roland is a great player with quick movement and an eye for the goal," Chargers coach Rey Vargas said. "He sees the field well and distributes the ball with ease, creativity and vision."

Sparked the Vikings to a 13-5-4 record and first regional title since 2010 with his play, leadership and endless energy. "His raw pace and ability to run at the opposing defense caused problems for every team we faced," Vikings coach Jason Bhatta said. "He is able to stretch teams and create space for himself and his teammates which allowed us to be dynamic going forward." Had 4 goals and 2 assists. Named all-conference.

As a staple at Bartlett for four years, this senior played just about every position on the field, including shifting from attack to defense multiple times. "He has a skill set that makes him dangerous both on and off the ball, and his field awareness is excellent," Hawks coach Vince Revak said. "Hernan is a talented utility player who is a coach's dream because of his versatility and ability." Received all-conference and all-sectional accolades.

The injury bug bit the Sabres (10-9-4) hard this fall, but through a season mixed with successes and struggles this center back was always on the field doing everything he could to put his team in position to win. "Jose is no doubt the best defender in the state," Streamwood coach Matt Polovin said. "Jose was the rock in the backline." The junior received all-state and all-conference accolades.

Knights coach Scott Parillo basically referred to him as all-everything as he received countless recognition while scoring a school-record 35 goals for a regional champ and 17-win team. …

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