P2P CCS Boys Soccer Honors
Brian Field led The King's Academy to a 16-3-2 mark with 35 goals and 10 assists. (TKA Athletics)

ALL-CENTRAL COAST SECTION

Player of the Year
BRIAN FIELD, THE KING'S ACADEMY


By RYAN SILAPAN
Prep2Prep

Brian Field is quiet by nature.

However The King’s Academy junior is one to let his numbers do the talking. And his numbers spoke louder than words this season.

Field led the Central Coast Section in scoring this year with 35 goals with 10 assists, helping the Knights to a 16-3-2 overall record. For his efforts, Field is the Prep2Prep CCS Boys Soccer Player of the Year for the 2015-16 season.

“It’s kind of crazy and hard to believe that I won it,” Field said. “It was easy to score with some of the passes my teammates set up for me. They helped make it very easy for me.”

Field, who scored multiple goals in a game nine different times this season, garnered co-West Bay Athletic League Forward of the Year with Will Chisolm of Menlo this year and did so by just staying within the offense.

TKA coach Steve Caldwell says Field has that knack to be in the right spot at the right time and knows what to do with it when he gets it.

“He’s not the kind of guy that’s going to dribble by seven players,” Caldwell said. “He does have great skills but what makes him so great of a scorer is that he knows how to get in great position.

“He’ll give the ball up and then run and you’ll be like ‘what are you doing’ and the next thing he’s open and fortunately for us we had some really good players to feed him the ball.”

Field put his stamp on the WBAL early in the league season in scoring both goals in a 2-1 victory over Menlo and in the next game left many oohing and aahing in the Knights’ 4-3 victory over WBAL foe Eastside College Prep.

In that game, Field got the golden sombrero by scoring four goals in the game.

ECP tied the game 3-3 before Field scored late to get the win for TKA. Caldwell just knew it was going to happen.

“It was just like ‘OK Brian we need another one’ and it was just so exciting to watch,” he said. “I knew he was going to score. It’s crazy he’s going to score four goals - it was just thrilling to watch the guy play.”

The 6-foot junior credited the likes of seniors Ben Tinklenberg, Mason Derendinger, Parker Andrews and Rory McMahon for being great senior leaders and setting him up to score.

Playing with such a senior-heavy team made it easy for him to simply go out and do what he loves to do and that’s play soccer.

“It was really fun playing this season because we had a lot of really good seniors,” Field said. “It was probably the most fun season I’ve had in high school and I get to come back and do it again next season — I can’t wait.”

Field wasn’t just beating up on lower-tier teams as he proved vital in the CCS Division II playoffs this season.

In what Field called his most nervewracking game of the season — the opening round of the CCS Division II playoffs against Gonzales — Field came up big and clutch again.

With TKA trailing Gonzales 1-0 with under 10 minutes to go, Field scored to force overtime.

During the two mandatory 10-minute overtime periods, Field scored two more goals and led TKA to a 3-1 victory.

“It was just really exciting,” Field said. “It was just really fun to pull that one out the way we did.”

A great soccer mind and natural nose for the ball is what Field relies on most.

The fact that he’s extremely humble and has a strong work ethic makes him a coach’s dream.

“Brian is a great player to coach - he just loves the game,” Caldwell said. “He has so much fun playing that it’s a joy to watch him play and see the things he does on the field.

“He’s very unassuming and just loves the game and loves to play and fortunately for us he’s on our team.”

Adding to his humility, Field often passes the rights to lead TKA’s end of the game cheer to someone else on the team whether he scored four or zero goals.

If Field has another season as close to this one, next year the rest of his Knights teammates won’t mind one bit on finishing the cheers.

Much like the way Field passed praise to his senior teammates, it was the right thing for Field and the Knights to do.


Coach of the Year
JUAN TORRES, LINCOLN

Juan Torres led Lincoln to a league title and CCS Division I championship. (Lincoln Athletics)

By RYAN SILAPAN
Prep2Prep

For Juan Torres and his Lincoln High boys soccer team, it really was a special season.

“The stars aligned,” Torres said. “Everybody was helping, everybody had grades, everybody embraced their roles, everybody was disciplined so it was just a great season and one for the ages in our school’s history.”

Torres led Lincoln to the school’s first-ever Central Coast Section title in any sport in Lincoln’s 74-year history as the Lions defeated Alvarez 2-1 to capture the CCS Division I title. Lincoln also captured the BVAL-Santa Teresa championship and for the team's accomplishments, Torres is the Prep2Prep CCS Coach of the Year.

The second-year coach and Lincoln alum led the Lions to a 17-4-3 record overall.

“We’ve always had the talent, we just never been able to manage the egos and the discipline to a point where there’s a similar goal,” Torres said. “This year they did and that was huge because we were undefeated at home, won league and CCS and winning this I’m just really glad and fortunate.

“I give the credit to all my guys.”

Seeded No. 8 in the CCS playoffs, Lincoln defeated No. 9 seed Willow Glen 2-2 (6-5 PKs) before beating No. 16 seed Mountain View 3-0. Mountain View crushed top-seeded Evergreen Valley 7-2 before falling to Lincoln.

For Torres it was all about getting his team to remain focused and this season it did.

Regardless of the opponent, the Lions looked at the competition equally.

“We stayed consistent and looked at each opponent as equals,” Torres said. “Respect everyone no opponent is too strong or two weak, we have to prepare for every opponent the same and be consistent.”

The consistency started this past summer for the Lions.

During summer ball Lincoln went unbeaten and after Torres spoke with his team and said they have the potential to do something special in the Lions case that meant winning a BVAL-Santa Teresa title and becoming the first team in the school’s 74-year history to win a section title.

“The guys saw in summer ball what type of team we could have,” Torres said. “I had a serious conversation with all the guys that if we could get all the guys to be disciplined, sacrifice and embrace their roles that on this team if we come together as a team and not individuals it could be a special year.”

It was special indeed.

Senior Juan Carrillo was named Most Valuable Player of the BVAL-Santa Teresa in his first year having eligibility to play an entire season.

“This was just special, I was really motivated to do well in school because of the team,” Carrillo said following the victory over Alvarez. “Having this season was just amazing and unbelievable.”

Torres got his team to believe in a common goal and now Lincoln is on the map for being CCS champions.

Being a Lincoln alum, Torres said he knows the pain of the San Jose school that had never won a CCS title to finally achieve that accomplishment with this team is pure joy for him.

“This year was just awesome, sometimes I don’t know what to say,” Torres said. “It’s been a great year for the whole program.”



Senior of the Year
JUAN CARRILLO, LINCOLN

Carrillo garnered Blossom Valley Athletic League Santa Teresa Most Valuable Player this season in leading Lincoln to the league title. Carrillo helped lead the Lions to the school’s first CCS title — in any sport — in 74 years.


Junior of the Year
CONNOR BRADY, BELLARMINE COLLEGE PREP

Brady was named West Catholic Athletic League Midfielder of the Year as Bellarmine captured the WCAL title.


Sophomore of the Year
JEAN CLAVERIE, MENLO-ATHERTON

Claverie was named first-team all-Peninsula Athletic League and was one of only two sophomores out of 15 first-team players to earn such an honor. Claverie had nine goals and four assists for the Bears, who won the PAL title.



FIRST TEAM ALL-CCS

Brian Field, The King's Academy
Position: Forward
Year: Junior

Field led the CCS in scoring this year with 35 goals. The junior was named co-WBAL Forward of the Year and also had 10 assists this season.


Dominic Sorich, Leigh
Position: Forward
Year: Senior

Sorich was named MVP of the BVAL-Mt. Hamilton. The senior led the Longhorns in scoring as Leigh captured the BVAL-MH title.


Juan Carrillo, Lincoln
Position: Forward
Year: Senior

Carrillo garnered MVP honors of the BVAL-Santa Teresa Division. Carrillo who was eligible to play for the first time an entire season helped lead the Lions to the first CCS Division I in program history.


Adrian Serrato, Alisal
Position: Forward
Year: Senior

Serrato was named Monterey Bay League-Gabilan Division MVP in helping lead the Trojans to the league title. Serrato was also named the Salinas Californian Player of the Year.


Jose Valencia, Leigh
Position: Midfielder
Year: Senior

An outstanding box-to-box midffielder, Valencia was a first-team all-BVAL-Mt. Hamilton selection.


Eli Berman, Homestead
Position: Midfielder
Year: Senior

Berman led Homestead with 12 goals in being named co-MVP of the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League De Anza Division. The Mustangs were a Makenna Pendleton late overtime goal of reaching the inaugural CCS Open Division title game.


Connor Brady, Bellarmine College Prep
Position: Midfielder
Year: Junior

The leading scorer of yet another uber-talented Bellarmine squad that captured the WCAL title this season.


Neal Verwillow, Palo Alto
Position: Defender
Year: Junior

Verwillow was named the Defensive MVP of the SCVAL-De Anza Division for a Vikings team that went unbeaten until the first round of the inaugural CCS Open Division playoffs against Watsonville.


Marte Formico, Bellarmine College Prep
Position: Defender
Year: Senior

Formico was named the Defensive Player of the Year in the WCAL for the Bells who once again captured the WCAL crown.


Vincente Samudio, Watsonville
Position: Defender
Year: Senior

Samudio was the back line of defense for a yet another uber-talented Watsonville team which - along with Archbishop Mitty - captured the inaugural CCS Open Division co-championship.


Alejandro Munoz, Sacred Heart Cathedral
Position: Goalkeeper
Year: Senior

Munoz was the backline of defense for a stingy Fightin’ Irish defense that allowed only eight goals the entire season.



SECOND TEAM ALL-CCS

Anthony Orendain, Watsonville
Position: Forward
Year: Senior

For the second straight year, Orendain was a first-team MBL-Gabilan selection. While the senior didn’t lead the Wildcatz in scoring this season, he was often the player the ‘Catz counted on to make the big play.


Makenna Pendleton, Archbishop Mitty
Position: Forward
Year: Junior

Pendleton was a first-team all-WCAL selection and helped lead the Monarchs to a co-CCS Open Division title. The junior led the WCAL in scoring this season with 13 goals.


Jorge Cerna, Alisal
Position: Forward
Year: Senior

Along with teammate Adrian Serrato, Cerna led the Trojans in scoring this season with 11 goals. For the second straight year, he was named first-team all-MBL Gabilan.


Kyle McClellan, Branham
Position: Forward
Year: Senior

The BVAL-Mt. Hamilton Senior of the Year led the Bruins to their fourth straight trip to the CCS playoffs with a team-high 15 goals in 15 appearances.


Elbert Green, Prospect
Position: Midfielder
Year: Senior

Was named Senior of the Year in the BVAL-Santa Teresa. Green helped lead Prospect to a co-CCS D-II title with SHC.


Ethan Oro, Menlo-Atherton
Position: Midfielder
Year: Senior

Oro - along with teammate Kyle Smith - was named co-Forward of the Year in the PAL. Oro was the leading scorer for the Bears, who captured the PAL-Bay Division title.


Matt Biner, Prospect
Position: Midfielder
Year: Senior

Biner was a first-team BVAL-Santa Teresa selection and provided both strong offense and defense for Prospect, which finished as co-CCS D-II champion with SHC as a No. 13 seed.


Jesus Guzman, Sequoia
Position: Defender
Year: Senior

Guzman was named co-Defensive Player of the Year in the PAL for the Cherokees, who finished in third place in the PAL-Bay Division.


Pablo Sedano, Sacred Heart Cathedral
Position: Defender
Year: Senior

Sedano was selected first-team all-WCAL for SHC, which finished as co-CCS D-II champions with Prospect this season.


Tyler Bullock, Archbishop Mitty
Position: Defender
Year: Senior

Bullock garnered first-team all-WCAL honors for the Monarchs, who held a very talented and explosive Watsonville team scoreless as Mitty shared the CCS Open Division title with the Wildcatz.


Cristian Hernandez, Watsonville
Position: Goalkeeper
Year: Senior

Hernandez was a first-team all-MBL Gabilan selection and anchored a staunch Wildcatz defense.




HONORABLE MENTION:

ALISAL: Eduardo Miranda, Luis Mendoza
ALVAREZ: Danny Soza, Ricardo Soza
ANDREW HILL: Edson Mendoza, Pablo Almontes
APTOS: Uriel Cervantes, Dominic Rovai
ARAGON: Victor Lopez, Michael Lanthier, Antonio Sandoval
ARCHBISHOP RIORDAN: Coleman McGrath
BELLARMINE COLLEGE PREP: Dylan Carruba
BRANHAM: Ty Shikashio, Sammy Nichols, Mike Tsolis
BURLINGAME: Matt Allen
CAPUCHINO: Manny Tirado
CARLMONT: Brent Jang, Jack McLean
CARMEL: Benek Roberton, Pepe Reyes, Benji Dansky, Dylan Langdon, Daniel Zito
CHRISTOPHER: Carlos Arroyo, Cristian Gonzalez, Tiago Costa, Juan Aguilar
CRYSTAL SPRINGS UPLANDS: Alex Berman, Theo Perisic
CUPERTINO: Dean Rodriguez
DEL MAR: Hector Hernandez
EASTSIDE COLLEGE PREP: Moises Correa
EL CAMINO: Shayan Charalaghi
EVERGREEN VALLEY: Miguel Bermudez, David Ha, Fernando Biorato
FREMONT: Alex Catunegli, Christopher Blanco
GILROY: Tony Barradas, Ellias Diaz
GONZALES: Edwin Arias, Luis Hernandez, Eduardo Rodriguez
GREENFIELD: Salvador Oceguera
GUNDERSON: Jonny Garibay
GUNN: Aymon Klem
HALF MOON BAY: Miguel Acosta
HARBOR: Misa Acosta, Luis Escalante
HARKER: Oisin Coveney
HILLSDALE: Evan Snodgrass
HOMESTEAD: Jack Abukhovski, Ian Chinn, Jeremy Zielinski, Ari Berman
INDEPENDENCE: Diamonte Howard
JAMES LICK: Kevin Garcia-Gomez, Esteban Garcia-Gomez, Eddie Buenfil, Christian Ochoa, Miguel Chavez
JEFFERSON: Brandon Rico, Yefrin Tabora
KING CITY: Andrew Gomez, Alfonso Avalos
LEIGH: Adam Czerny
LELAND: Gannon Eberle
LINCOLN: Julian Lorenzo
LIVE OAK: Jarod Puthoff
LOS ALTOS: Joe Kull
LOS GATOS: Jagger Rizol, Cal Huesby, Alister Marcille
MARINA: Erik Vasquez
MENLO: Will Chisholm, Daniel Hausen, Matt Joss
MENLO-ATHERTON: Victor Escatel
MILLS: Guillermo Madrigal
MONTA VISTA: Arad Fatouhi
MONTE VISTA CHRISTIAN: Zack Price
MONTEREY: Bernardo Alvarado, Jonathan Cortes, Efrain Sanchez
MOUNTAIN VIEW: Dylan Shadduck, Connor Allison, Darren Dawson
NORTH MONTEREY COUNTY: Eric Fernandez
NORTH SALINAS: Victor Lopez, Jesus Hernandez, Eduardo Ponce
OAK GROVE: Sergio Ruvalcaba
OVERFELT: Francisco Romo, Juan Cruz
PACIFIC GROVE: Noah Dalhamer
PAJARO VALLEY: Alexis Rincon, Miguel Jara, Jonathan Carranza
PALMA: Matthew Gastello
PALO ALTO: Dami Bolarinwa, Cole Tierney, Derek Schoenberger, Derek Schoenberger, Roberto Sotelo, Reuben Kramer
PIEDMONT HILLS: Manuel Garcia
PIONEER: Francisco Rivas, Andrew Kettle, Jashua Ortiz
PROSPECT: Francisco Negrete, Luca Scotzniovsky, Alexis Barajas
SACRED HEART PREP: AJ Hamer, Matthew MacFarquar
SALINAS: Miguel Acala
SAN JOSE: Jose Cordova, Daniel Hernandez
SAN LORENZO VALLEY: Blake Kuehl, George Palau, Mitchell Kamau
SAN MATEO: Eric Sandoval, Jose Millan
SANTA CLARA: Parsa Khorramdin, Matthew Smith
SANTA TERESA: Enzo Gomez, Joel Hintsa
SARATOGA: Kevin Yu
SCOTTS VALLEY: Andrew Josselyn, Alex Stock, Eric Beraut
SEASIDE: Rick Sanchez, Ramon Velasco
SEQUOIA: Adan Rangel
SERRA: Adam Joss
SILVER CREEK: Brian Alvarez
SOBRATO: Sam Ludley
SOLEDAD: Juan Ortiz, Francisco Galvan
SOQUEL: Luis Sanchez, Miguel Mendoza
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO: Alejandro Sanchez
ST. FRANCIS: Luke Newquist, Joshua Fojas
ST. IGNATIUS: Dominic Galletti, Dylan Penn, Mike Bertiglia
STEVENSON: Henri Pratt
TERRA NOVA: Jacob Micheletti
THE KING'S ACADEMY: Parker Andrews, Rory McMahon, Josh Sims
VALLEY CHRISTIAN: Carlos Uribe
WATSONVILLE: Martin Lopez
WESTMOOR: Alex Ramos, Ahmed Fara
WILLOW GLEN: Javi Vargas
WOODSIDE: Will Jordan, Will Jordan, Alex Caceres, Isaac Parker Sleator
WOODSIDE PRIORY: Sergio Lopez
YERBA BUENA: Gustavo Vargas, Luis Gonzalez, Luis Langarica, Daniel Mendoza

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