The Star’s All-Metro boys soccer team
Steven Enna, St. James Academy, senior. A unanimous National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-American, Enna recorded 34 goals and 13 assists for the Thunder last season. He has signed to play at Drake.
Chase Fearon, Lee’s Summit West, senior. The Titans finished 22-4, with Fearon and junior Tony Mok each scoring 35 goals. Fearon concluded his high school career with 74 goals and 36 assists.
Cody Hoffman, Lee’s Summit North, senior. The Suburban Gold Conference player of the year, Hoffman scored 40 goals and tallied 12 assists. His senior season included two five-goal games.
Kyle McLagan, Rockhurst, senior. The Missouri Class 3 offensive player of the year ignited Rockhurst’s state-championship run. The Hawklets were 15-0 with McLagan lined up at striker. He scored 13 goals.
Ian Arch, Blue Valley Northwest, senior. A National Soccer Coaches Association of America honorable mention All-American, Arch led the Huskies to the Kansas Class 6A state title with 19 goals this season. He was selected the Kansas 6A offensive player of the year.
Nick Hagenkord, St. Thomas Aquinas, senior. A Dayton signee, Hagenkord led the Saints to the Kansas Class 5A state championship and scored all three goals in the title game. He had 15 goals and 12 assists this season and was selected to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-American team.
Robert Kelly, Rockhurst, senior. A National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-America selection, Kelly led the Hawklets with 19 goals and 12 assists. He scored the second goal in a 3-1 state-championship win against Timberland.
Brandon Ramirez, Bishop Miege, junior. A repeat All-Metro selection, Ramirez led the Stags to the Kansas Class 4-1A state title and was selected the Kansas 4-1A defensive player of the year. He was also the Eastern Kansas League defensive player of the year.
Colton Southwell, Blue Valley Northwest, senior. While leading the Huskies to the Kansas Class 6A state championship, Southwell contributed to five consecutive shutouts in the tournament. He was selected the Kansas 6A defensive player of the year.
Clinton Boyles, Lee’s Summit, senior. The Suburban Gold Conference defender of the year, Boyles was responsible for marking opponents’ top strikers, and he did so successfully. The Tigers posted back-to-back shutouts to win their district.
Patrick Rydberg, Olathe East, senior. As the Sunflower League defensive player of the year, Rydberg did not allow a single goal in league play. He finished the year with 16 shutouts and a 0.28 goals against average for the Hawks, who went 20-1.
NOTE: Beginning with the 2013-14 high school sports season, The Star will only be selecting an All-Metro first team in boys soccer.