OAA honors top boys soccer players

By: Zachary Manning | C&G Newspapers | Published November 29, 2018

 West Bloomfield High junior Brian Synowiec plays the ball in a game against Novi High earlier this season. Synowiec was named to the OAA All-League team with teammates Miguel Jimenez, Jake Ward, David Martin, Hudson Williams and Sverre Sears.

West Bloomfield High junior Brian Synowiec plays the ball in a game against Novi High earlier this season. Synowiec was named to the OAA All-League team with teammates Miguel Jimenez, Jake Ward, David Martin, Hudson Williams and Sverre Sears.

Photo by Donna Agusti

OAKLAND COUNTY — The Oakland Activities Association recently awarded boys soccer players around the area with All-League honors.

Following is a listing of the honorees who were named OAA All-League, along with the final division standings.

 

OAA Red
Troy Athens ran through the Red Division, finishing at 7-0 for the championship. Berkley High gave chase, going 5-1-1, followed by Rochester Adams at 4-2-1. Troy High (3-3-1), Clarkston High (2-4-1), Rochester Hills Stoney Creek (2-5), North Farmington (1-4-2) and Rochester High (0-5-2) rounded out the division.

All-Association honors went to Sean McConnell, Jason Kemp, Jacob Slimak, TJ Renaud, Davis DiGiovanni and Alek Sidorowicz, Athens; Luke Bormann, Lucas Schodowski, Sam Stone, Mico Rubio and Jacob Schleicher, Berkley; Parker Raymond, Logan James, Nick Mason, Dylan Gumbinger and John Stevens, Adams; Nicholas Armin, Ahmad Dakrouni, Oscar Cabrera-Aguilar and Steve Roller, Troy; Adam Johns, Alex Vitale and Zach Bosonac, Stoney Creek; Cole Arnold, Joey Bass and Diego Verde, North Farmington; and Niko Stathakios, Ryan Hegarty and Noah Scott, Rochester.

 

OAA White
It was Birmingham Groves taking the top spot in the division. The Falcons finished at 6-1, while Bloomfield Hills High was just behind at 5-1-1. Birmingham Seaholm (4-2-1), Oxford High (3-2-2), Auburn Hills Avondale (2-3-2), Lake Orion High (2-3-2), Farmington High (0-4-3) and Royal Oak High (0-6-1) made up the rest of the division.

The All-Association honorees were Andrew Beggs, Amedeo Crovasce, Moritz Preuss, Luke Restrepo, Evan McCulloch and Zach Chentouf, Groves; Bradley Kaufman, John Gorzynski, Seijo Hoshino, Jacob Wertmaa and Evan Waid, Bloomfield Hills; Nick Ross, Liam Gough, Nick Nowacki, Cale Karmanos and Sam Sheckell, Seaholm; Tristan Bennett, Jesus Escauante, Chris Escauante and Nick Moranski, Oxford; Nicholas Kubert, Nahome Abebe, David Kleberg Jr. and Leo Castro, Avondale; Dakota Zehler, Mike Patterson, Simone Tomaszik and Max Toubey, Lake Orion; Teo Espinosa, Garrett Holliday and Evan Yaros, Farmington; and Joey Borski, Ethan Nowakowski and Pierce Putman, Royal Oak.

 

OAA Blue
The division championship was shared in the Blue Division, with Farmington Hills Harrison and West Bloomfield High each finishing at 5-0-1. Pontiac High (3-2-1), Ferndale High (3-3), Hazel Park High (2-4), Southfield A&T (1-4-1) and Oak Park High (0-6) rounded out the division.

All-Association honors went to Miguel Jimenez, Brian Synowiec, David Martin, Jake Ward, Hudson Williams and Sverre Sears, West Bloomfield; Takaya Inukai, Derek Schmidt, Liam Percival, Mitchell Cummings, Marvin Khudhur and Justin Bugeja, Harrison; Carlos Ponce, Jose Texta, Alejandro Martinez, David Preciado and Kevin Martinez, Pontiac; Lee Chafin, Issa Pizzimenti, Chris Khan and Kaleb Scott, Ferndale; and Michael Rachal, Zaid Aleesha and Sam Abdulraman, Hazel Park.