Vermont high school boys soccer: Players to watch in 2020

Alex Abrami
| Burlington Free Press

After conversations, texts and email messages with coaches and media colleagues throughout Vermont, here are the state’s top returning boys soccer players.

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2020 Free Press boys soccer watchlist

(Note: Players listed in alphabetical order)

Hayden Adams, Harwood, senior

Adolphe Alfani, Colchester, senior

Jett Barbic, Champlain Valley, senior

Riley Barton, Leland & Gray, senior

Henry Bijur, Champlain Valley, senior

Jayden Bloom, Burr and Burton, senior

Tyler Corey, Mill River, junior

Tabor Crary, Mount Mansfield, senior

AJ Debois, Rivendell, senior

Stefan Digangi, Essex, senior

Jordan Gardner, Mount Anthony, junior

Cooper Goodrich, Milton, junior

Owen Greene, Rice, senior

Will Hauf, Mount Mansfield, senior

Sam Hogg, Burlington, senior

Tami Ikomi, St. Johnsbury, senior

Logan Ingalls, Lake Region, senior

Jasper Koliba, Harwood, senior

Kevin Lyon, Essex, senior

Jake Manley, Burlington, senior

Colin McHale, Twin Valley, senior

Connor McKearin, Proctor, senior

Adrien Monks, Mount Mansfield, senior

Everett Mosher, Green Mountain, junior

Sumner Nenninger, South Burlington, junior

Tommy O’Leary, South Burlington, senior

Izaak Park, Twin Valley, senior

Kobey Pecor, Champlain Valley, senior

Michael Pelletier, Rice, junior

Leo Riby-Williams, Montpelier, senior

Charlie Rodjenski, Mount Mansfield, junior

Chance Rose, Milton, senior

Isaiah Schaefer-Geiger, Stowe, senior

Ben Sampson, Champlain Valley, senior

Andrew Seavers, Essex, junior

Tyler Serrani, West Rutland, senior

Matt Spiller, BFA-Fairfax, junior

Max Weinstein, Montpelier, sophomore

Tommy Zschau, St. Johnsbury, senior


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