Player of the Year
Rocha’s talents have been on display for four seasons for the Blue Tornado team, and will leave with a load of individual honors, including his fourth selection to the Best of Preps team and three selections to the Division II-AA All-State team. The Lee University signee ended his career with a total of 50 goals and 46 assists, including highs of 17 goals and 19 assists this season as McCallie advanced to the state tournament for the third time in his four seasons, falling short in a 2-1 loss to defending state champion Father Ryan.
Coach of the Year
With all of the injuries during the course of the regular season, Baylor was written off as a contender for the 2012 Division II-AA state championship. That didn’t stop the Red Raiders, who after finishing second in the East/Middle region, upset Christian Brothers 2-1 in the state semifinals before a 1-0 win in the state championship over defending champion Father Ryan. Blair’s club finished the season with a No. 38 ranking in the final spring ESPN poll.
Alonso was the leading defender for the Division II-AA state champions, adding seven goals.
Barnes, a three-year starter, was a ball-hawk in the middle for the Division II-AA state semifinalists.
Blanton, who finished with 11 goals and eight assists, was the District 7-A/AA Most Valuable Player.
Brock finished with 19 goals and seven assists for the Division II-AA state semifinalists.
Cruz finished with three goals and three assists, pacing the attack from his midfielder position.
Duk finished his senior season with 17 goals for the Hurricanes, who advanced to the A/AA sectional round.
Huitanda finished with a school-record 35 goals for the Catamounts, who advanced to the Georgia Class AAA Elite Eight round.
McLain, the two-time District 5-AAA Defender of the Year, finished with five goals and three assists in addition to his defensive prowess.
Munoz, who will play for Sewanee next season, was the District 5-AAA Most Valuable Player as well as the Offensive Player of the Year, finishing with 15 goals and 13 assists for the Class AAA sectionalists.
Ribeiro notched two shutouts in Spring Fling as the Red Raiders claimed the Division II-AA state championship.
Rosillo finished with 15 goals and 13 assists for the Raiders despite suffering a leg injury late in the season, which caused him to miss the final four contests.
Miles Christian Bradley Central Senior Forward
Kyle Holley Notre Dame Senior Defender
Abel Mendiola Southeast Whitfield Sophomore Goalkeeper
Jose Orellana East Hamilton Freshman Midfielder
Ramsay Seagle Baylor Junior Forward
Steven Sloan East Hamilton Senior Defender
Will Taylor Chattanooga Christian Senior Midfielder
Trey Tucker Ooltewah Sophomore Forward
Freddy Urbina North Murray Junior Forward
Callum Wishart Ooltewah Senior Midfielder
Mason Wortman Boyd-Buchanan Senior Midfielder
Giovanni Aguero Northwest Whitfield Junior Forward
OT Bah Baylor Sophomore Midfielder
Andy Rosen Signal Mountain Junior Forward
Seth Goza Cleveland Senior Forward
Sterling Hines Cleveland Senior Defender
Jaakko Nurminen Baylor Junior Midfielder
Richard Reineke Chattanooga Christian Senior Defender
Edgar Rodriguez Southeast Whitfield Senior Midfielder
Jonathan Rodriguez East Ridge Senior Goalkeeper
Carson Whitmore Chattanooga Christian Senior Forward
Joshua Womack Chattanooga Christian Senior Defender
Teams of the Year
-- 1. Southeast Whitfield (16-1-1): The Raiders advanced to the Georgia Class AAA state semifinals.
-- 2. Baylor (12-3-4): The Red Raiders were runners-up in the East/Middle region regular season, but won the Division II-AA state championship.
-- 3: McCallie (17-3): The Blue Tornado won the Division II-AA East/Middle region regular-season title, but were upset in the state semifinals.