Norwalk’s Nyah Daniels (second team), Edison’s Ian Janssen (second team) and Willard’s Yoni Morales (first team) were recognized as All-Ohioans on Sunday.
Based off the North Central district voting, Edison’s Ian Janssen, Willard’s Joni Morales and Norwalk’s Nyah Daniels were advanced for consideration for All-Ohio honors in two weeks.
Edison also placed four players on the SBC Bay Division first team, the league announced on Tuesday.
Sophomore scoring standout was one of five Norwalk players to earn All-SBC Lake first team honors, the league announced on Tuesday.
The Chargers saw their season end in a Div. II district semifinal loss vs. Lexington on Monday in Clyde.
The Chargers knocked off higher-seeded Eastwood, while the Crimson Flashes swept Western Reserve on Saturday.
Ian Janssen’s first-half goal was the difference as the Chargers topped the host Truckers, 1-0, on Thursday at the Norwalk Soccer Complex.
Norwalk, Bellevue, Monroeville and St. Paul each moved on with easy sectional championship wins Thursday night.
Entering Saturday’s Division II sectional tournament match, sophomore Nyah Daniels is one of 43 players in Ohio history to score 40-plus goals in a single season.
The state-ranked Eagles and Lady Flyers swept Western Reserve and South Central on Tuesday; both need a win Thursday to share the Firelands Conference championship.
The SBC Bay champion Chargers will face Huron for a third time this season on Oct. 14. The winner visits SBC Lake champ Norwalk on Oct. 17 in a Division II sectional title boys soccer match.
The back and forth battle ended up 2-1 in favor of the Truckers (11-1-3), with Will Gelhausen’s goal in the 64th minute being the difference on Saturday in Huron.
Two years after being Sandusky Bay Conference Bay Division co-champions in boys soccer, the Chargers rolled to a 5-0 win over Oak Harbor on Monday to secure league title outright.
With Monday’s 1-1 tie, Norwalk finished unbeaten in the loss column to finish ahead of visiting Perkins to win a third consecutive outright league title. The Truckers are 23-0-1 in the SBC since joining the league in 2017.
After going a combined 8-19-2 over the previous two seasons, the Truckers (10-1-3) clinched at least a share of the SBC Lake Division title on Monday in a 4-0 win over Perkins.