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Mirror's 2013 All-City Boys Soccer Team

Jefferson senior midfielder Matthew Cruz finished the season with six goals and seven assists for the state-champion Raiders. Cruz scored single goals in the semfinal and final for TJ.  - Casey Olson/The Mirror
Jefferson senior midfielder Matthew Cruz finished the season with six goals and seven assists for the state-champion Raiders. Cruz scored single goals in the semfinal and final for TJ.
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Forward — Brandon Madsen, Jefferson

The junior striker was the leading scorer for the Class 4A state champion Raiders. Madsen finished the season with 20 goals and five assists and scored at least one goal in all six of Jefferson's postseason games, including the game-winner during a 1-0 quarterfinal victory over Inglemoor.

Madsen also had a hat trick against Kentwood and finished with seven goals during a three-game stretch in April.

F — Odasson Pelogi, Federal Way

The senior had an impressive season for the SPSL South champions, finishing with 12 goals and 11 assists. Pelogi scored in nine different games and had both of Federal Way's goals during a 3-2 win at the West Central District Tournament.

F — Edwin Ortiz, Federal Way

The senior led the Eagles with 17 goals during the season and helped Federal Way to a 16-2-0 record during the season. The Eagles lost to Snohomish in the opening round of the state tournament. Ortiz had a hat trick during a 4-0 win over Rogers on April 3. Ortiz also had two goals in a loss to Jefferson in the SPSL Championship.

F — Kelvin Horne, Beamer

The first-team, All-SPSL South selection led the Titans in goals this season with seven. Horne also added four assists. He tallied two goals during Beamer's 4-0 win over Rogers on April 25.

Midfield — Isidro Prado-Huerta, Jefferson

The senior had an amazing season for the state champions. The midfielder was named the SPSL North Division Player of the Year by the league's coaches after finishing with 14 goals and 16 assists for the Raiders.

Prado-Huerta chose to not play for the Seattle Sounders FC Academy this season to concentrate on his grades and play with his TJ teammates, something that paid off with the 4A state title. He had five multi-goal games and five multi-assist games this season, including a seven-point game against Kentlake on April 27 when he had two goals and three assists.

Prado-Huerta will play soccer in the fall at Highline Community College.

MF — Luis Alvaro Osornio, Jefferson

The senior teamed with Prado-Huerta to provide a dynamic duo in the midfield for the Raiders. Osornio was a first-team, All-SPSL North selection after scoring 15 goals and dishing out eight assists.

He finished with five goals during the postseason for TJ, including a goal and assist in the state title win over Union. Osornio will join Prado-Huerta at Highline Community College.

MF — Alex Lewis, Federal Way

The senior was the Player of the Year in the SPSL South Division after another impressive season for the Eagles. Lewis finished with an amazing 17 assists during Federal Way's 18 games and also contributed eight goals. Lewis had four multi-assist games, including four assists during a win over Bethel.

After Federal Way was eliminated from the state soccer tournament this spring, Lewis played singles at the Class 4A State Boys Tennis Tournament the following week.

Lewis was also a first-team, All-SPSL South selection last year after scoring eight goals and dishing out nine assists.

MF — Matthew Cruz, Jefferson

The senior was a key cog during the Raiders' postseason run. Cruz was able to control possession of the ball on the wing for TJ and also finished the season with six goals and seven assists. He also had single goals during the Raiders' win over Snohomish in the semifinals and Union in the final. Cruz was a first-team, All-SPSL North selection.

MF — Jake Sullivan, Jefferson

The junior was a first-team, All-SPSL North Division selection by the league's coaches. Sullivan was solid in the middle of the field and finished with three goals and one assist.

MF — Aung Ta, Beamer

The Titans' playmaker in the middle of the field finished the season with five goals and three assists. Ta was a first-team, All-SPSL South selection by the league's coaches. Ta's best game came during a 4-2 win over Bethel on March 23 when he had a goal and three assists.

Defense — Glenn Carpenter, Jefferson

The junior defender was the rock on the back line for the Raiders. Carpenter was a big reason why Jefferson finished with 12 shutouts during the season. He also ended up with two goals and one assist.

D — Garrett Brewer, Federal Way

The junior proved to be one of the better defenders in the SPSL for the Eagles. Brewer was a first-team, All-SPSL South selection by the league's coaches. He finished with six goals and four assists from his defensive position.

Federal Way's defense, led by Brewer, finished with eight shutouts during the season before losing to Snohomish at the state tournament, 3-0.

D — Tyler Hamashima, Jefferson

The senior contributed plenty of hustle on the back line for the Raiders. Hamashima was a first-team, All-SPSL North selection by the league's coaches. He also finished with one goal and two assists for TJ.

D — Paul-Andrew McCleary, Jefferson

The sophomore was a first-team, All-SPSL North defender and helped the Raiders to the program's state-record eighth state championship. McCleary finished with one goal and helped TJ pitch 12 shutouts.

D — Luca Vaccarini, Decatur

Vaccarini was lone Gator soccer player selected as first-team, All-SPSL 3A by the league's coaches. Decatur's defense, led by Vaccarini, pitched six shutouts during the regular season.

Goalkeeper — McKay Owsley, Jefferson

The senior goalkeeper was solid all year for the state champions. Owsley and the TJ defense pitched 12 shutouts during the season, including four during the postseason. The Raiders shut out Inglemoor in the state quarterfinals, Snohomish in the semifinals and Union in the final.

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