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Six Pioneers Named All-NW3A/4A PDF Print
Written by Mike Kelly   
Monday, 19 November 2012 09:18

The Watauga High men's soccer team, which enjoyed its best season in 13 years, had five players named to the Northwestern 3A/4A All-Conference

Team. Alex Parsons, Logan  Raichle, Jake Chasteen. Cam Linville, Ryan Hellenbrand and Justin Wolfe earned all-conference honors.
The Pioneers (18-4-3) reached the state quarterfinals before they were eliminated by Asheville-Roberson on November 10. It was WHS' first trip to the state quarterfinals since 1999.
Hickory, who nosed out WHS to win the regular season championship in the NW3A/4A had seven players selected. The Red Tornadoes (27-2) lost to Jacksonville in the Class 3A state championship game Saturday in Raleigh. Carlos Sevilla of Hickory was named the Player of the Year.
Luke Bruce of St. Stephens was named the Offensive Player of the Year; Andrew Barton of the Indians was named the Defensive Player of the Year. Cory Morgan of St. Stephens was named the Coach of the Year.


Northwestern Athletic Conference


2012 Men’s Soccer


Conference Champion:  Hickory Red Tornadoes


All Conference:



Luke Hart

Frankie Wyatt

Conner Hartman

Jed Blanchat

Carlos Sevilla

Ben Pleasant

Marco Vargas





St. Stephens:

Andrew Barton

Nich Bryant

Tommy Vo

Luke Bruce

Alfie Nefrete-Abreu

Oscaldo Longinos-Cruz



 Kenan Ruffner   

Wyatt Shely           

Daniel Tomberlin  



Logan Raichle
Alex Parsons
Jake Chasteen
Cam Linville
Ryan Hellenbrand

Justin Wolfe



Hayden Smith   

Jacob Vasquez                          


Alexander Central:

Conner Fox


 South Caldwell:

Craig Hall


Player of the Year: 
Carlos Sevilla, Hickory


Offensive Player of the Year: 
Luke Bruce, St. Stephens


Defensive Player of the Year: 
Andrew Barton, St. Stephens


Coach of the Year: 
Cory Morgan, St. Stephens



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