2007 Mirror's All-city boys soccer team


The Mirror

It's very rare that a freshman has an impact on a high school varsity soccer team. But Federal Way's Kelyn Rowe isn't your average freshman.

It's also very rare that a senior starts a brand-new program as a ninth grader and leads his team into the postseason four years in a row, including two South Puget Sound League South Division championships. But Beamer's Sean Davis isn't your average senior.

Both Rowe and Davis proved to be the class of Federal Way, the SPSL and the state during the recently completed boys soccer season. The pair will share the Player of the Year honors on the Mirror's 2007 Boys Soccer Team.

The future is ultra-bright for Rowe. The Federal Way High School freshman was the leading scorer on a team that won the SPSL title and advanced to the Class 4A state championship game for the first time in the school's history. Rowe finished with 14 goals and 13 assists and had three multi-goal games, including a pair in the Eagles' state-championship game loss to Pasco.

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