Kristian Hooker, Air Academy, Sr. — Hooker proved to be the Kadets’ most dangerous attacking option. His 18 goals and nine assists helped Air Academy complete an unbeaten run to the state championship.
Garrett Kramer, Sand Creek, Sr. — Kramer finished his prep career by leading the state in goals and points with 31 and 73, respectively. That production help the Scorpions advance to the second round of the state playoffs and finish the year 14-2-1.
Jack McReynolds, Rampart, Sr. — McReynolds was instrumental part of the Rams’ third trip to state in as many years. The senior led Rampart with 23 goals and 20 assists.
Jake Slater, The Classical Academy, Sr. —Slater was good for nearly four points a game, finishing the year with 29 goals and 12 assists. He had four games with three or more goals this season, including six in a 10-0 win over Woodland Park.
Tristan Widic, Mesa Ridge, Sr. — Widic wrapped up his career as the most prolific scorer in Grizzly program history with 24 goals in his senior campaign. He added 13 assists, and Mesa Ridge returned to the state tournament for the first time since his freshman season.
Brennen Bengford, Liberty, Sr. — Bengford led a defense that helped Liberty go 9-6-1 and earn a trip to state for the first time since 2013. The Lancers gave up 1.56 goals per game and posted seven clean sheets on the season.
Jesse Bridge, Sand Creek, Sr.— Bridge helped organize a defense that aided Sand Creek in its 10-0 start. Bridge led the Scorpions with 16 assists and added eight goals.
Brayden Jonswold, Air Academy, Jr. — Jonswold captained a defense that limited opponents to less than a goal per contest en route to the state title.
Jon Schroeder, Pine Creek, Sr. — Schroeder, listed as a defender and forward, led Pine Creek with seven goals in 15 games, while the defense gave up 30 goals in 16 games.
Jonny Stephens, The Classical Academy, Sr. — Stephens helped the Titans limit opponents to 12 goals on the season. Five of those came in the Titans’ two losses to Air Academy. The senior wasn’t absent on the attack, either, scoring 17 goals and adding nine assists.
Thomas Beatty, Air Academy, Jr. — Beatty handled nearly all of the minutes in goal, appearing in all 20 wins. He made 53 saves and had a .974 goals against average. He also scored once. The Kadets posted eight shutouts on the season.
Caleb Norwood, Liberty, Jr.
Diego Velasco, Sierra, Sr.
Tanner MacKay, Colorado Springs Christian School, Sr.
Lookens Smith, Colorado Springs Christian School, Jr.
Alan Bautista, Sand Creek, So.
Calvin Yocum, Air Academy, Sr.
Sam Kilimann, Cheyenne Mountain, Sr.
James Goering, Rampart, Jr.
Jack Barkocy, Lewis-Palmer, Jr.
Alec Tanaka, Colorado Springs Christian School, Sr.
Felix Justo, Mitchell, Sr.
Air Academy - Luke Louthan, Ryan Self, Thad Dewing, Jacob Martino
Atlas Prep - Lamario Nisbeth, Demetrio Araiza
Canon City - Garrett Walsworth
Cheyenne Mountain - Evan McConnell, Chase McCleary, Matthew Spory, Rodrigo Periera
The Classical Academy - Caden Lukenbill, Jack Carpenter
Colorado Springs Christian School - Kinsley Smith, Michael Benthem, Levi Smith
Colorado Springs School - Lewis Decarolis
Coronado - Edwin Hernandez
Doherty - Jack Mann, Cameron Wheeler
Fountain-Fort Carson - Parker Josephson, Sam Stakey
Fountain Valley - Riki Fujimoto
James Irwin - Alex Medina-Bonilla
Lewis-Palmer - Cameron Waldron
Liberty - Brandon Shaughnessy, Ryan Benitez
Manitou Springs - Cullen Cote, Jezreal Sommers, Nick Vidovich
Mesa Ridge - Kyle Kuhfeld
Mitchell - Eddie Arciniega
Palmer - Jaily Abdalla, Stephen Abdalla
Palmer Ridge - Jeremy Vitro
Pine Creek - Christian Seaquist, Mitch Frost, Jake Zink, Brian Silver
Rampart - Afe Zeru, David Glazener
St. Mary’s - Wyatt Barton, Dom Hartman, Gabe Calhoun
Woodland Park - Dan Ganoza