Wolves dominate All-Bridge soccer team
June 12, 2008 · Updated 3:52 PM
They were dominant during the regular season, so its fitting that the South Kitsap boys soccer team would be so at the end.
Senior captain Cade Mossman was named Player of the Year and heads a list of 11 South Kitsap players named to the Narrows League Bridge Division All-League Team.
Mossman, who helped guide the Wolves to a 13-1 record and the Bridge Division title as well as a playoff run that ended with South playing in the Class 4A state championship game, was a runaway vote-getter for Player of the Year after leading the division in scoring with 38 regular season points.
Joining Mossman on the first team were senior goalie Tony Saddler, senior defender Tim Grey, junior defender Alex May and junior midfielder Travis Gutierrez.
Wolves named to the second team included seniors Dan Nelson, Andrew Ringer and Kenny Kemper along with junior Kyle Schoales.
Nolan Kalkwarf and Victor Kelmel received honorable mentions.
South ended its season with a record of 18-3 and took home its first-ever state trophy by placing second. Its run to the title game marked the deepest playoff run and best finish by the boys soccer team in school history.
2006 Narrows League Bridge Division All-League Team
Travis Gutierrez (SK), Tony Saddler (SK), Tim Grey (SK), Alex May (SK), Carlos Portillo (NK), Steven Prevost (NK), Zak Sampson (NK), Tyler Wain (CK), Dan Brody (CK), Mike Vint (GH), Cody Clark (Oly), Sean Joyner (Oly), Moritz Zimmermann (PA).
Kenny Kemper (SK), Kyle Schoales (SK), Andrew Ringer (SK), Dan Nelson (SK), Josh Gilson (NK), Devin Langaker (NK), Craig Gracey (NK), Kane Williams (CK), Brett Pendt (CK), Dwain Friedlander (Shel), Humberto Loza (Shel), Paul Newling (Oly), Trevor Shea (PA), Jaisal White (PA), Noah Greenwald (Brem), Davey Miller (GH).
Nolan Kalkwarf (SK), Victor Kelmel (SK), Johannes Fellner (B), Justin Fellis (B), Lee Pendt (CK), Andrew Kitchen (CK), Jack Ramsey (NK), Jacob Stickney (NK), Sam Tomlinson (NK), Dan Fry (O), Derek Conway-Newton (O).
Player of the Year - Cade Mossman, South Kitsap
Coach of the Year - Pat Stickney, North Kitsap