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Boys soccer announces All-League selections

The Outlaws soccer squad had four players who earned All-League honors, including Tate Kaczmarek, Gus Patton, and Vincent Christian, who were all First-Team picks.

Kaczmarek, senior and co-captain, is a four-year starter and played at forward for the Outlaws. He was the leading goal scorer this year with 17 goals. He also tallied nine assists over the course of league play.

“Tate has exceptional field vision, is a very versatile player, is attack-minded, and has an incredible work rate,” said Coach Jeff Husmann.

Patton, senior and co-captain, played defense as a center back.

“Gus has truly led this team,” said Husmann. “He is always supportive of all players, is level-headed, and leads by example. He is the foundation of our defense and the team.”

Christian, a junior, is a three-year starter, and played in the midfield this year. Vincent tallied 12 assists and also scored nine goals for the Outlaws. Husmann described Christian as a very experienced and savvy player.

“Vincent has played as a holding midfielder this year and initiates much of our offense,” said Husmann. “He is capable of any position and has a deep understanding of the game.”

Corbin Fredland, senior and co-captain, earned honorable mention recognition. He is a three-year starter and played as goalkeeper for the Outlaws. He had seven shutouts this year, averaged eight saves per game, and recorded two assists from the goal.

“Corbin is a very intelligent player,” said Husmann. “He selflessly became a goalkeeper when we needed him. He is a student of the game and works incredibly hard to improve.”

 

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