Curtin capped a stellar career with a 20-goal output in his senior season and leading the Braves to a Tri-County Royal Division title. He finished his career with 48 goals. Curtin is one of the few true four-year starters Williamstown has had, and throughout his career, he's been able to contribute in each third of the field.
Krake was one of South Jersey's most dynamic scorers, pairing 16 goals with six assists as a senior. He was the top scorer in the Olympic Conference. Krake's speed and finishing ability made him dangerous in every game he played.
Jake Treiber emerged as one of the rocks on an offense replacing a ton of firepower from last season. He recorded nine goals and 10 assists. Treiber was dangerous with either foot and was always one of the most active players on the field while helping Cherokee remain one of South Jersey's top teams.
Fell led a resurgence in Haddonfield this year as part of a core that brought the Bulldawgs back to elite status in South Jersey. Fell recorded 21 goals (giving him 31 for his career) and eight assists (13 for his career), and helped Haddonfield to its first Colonial Conference title since 2012.
Logar's final high school game was something out of a movie script: hobbled and on crutches with an ankle sprain before the state championship, the senior netted the lone goal in the Minutemen's second straight championship.
The game underscored the grit and determination Logar showed on a team defined by those characteristics.
Logar paired four goals with eight assists this season and was the senior leader on a team that remained the best in the state even after graduating one of the top senior classes in South Jersey history.
Most of the soccer attention surrounding the McCarthy family this season centered on Pat's brother, John, a goalie for the Philadelphia Union - but that didn't stop Pat McCarthy from turning in a fantastic senior season.
He finished with nine goals and six assists (he had a hand in 47 percent of the Pirates' goals) and led Cinnaminson to an appearance in the South Jersey Group 2 final.
Peterson, a Long Island University recruit, remained one of the area's most dangerous all-around players in his senior season. He recorded 16 goals and 13 assists, giving him 46 goals and 36 goals for his career. He was the heart and soul of another solid season from the Eagles.
Strohlein was arguably South Jersey's most versatile player this season. An offensive player by trade, the senior was moved to defense to add a veteran presence to the Bears' backline.
The results spoke for themselves: After a 1-3-1 start Delran let up only goal in the sectional tournament en route to a South Jersey Group 2 championship.
Murgo was a senior leader who contributed in each third of the field for the Minutemen. He was great in the air and a great organizer. He was the team's top defender but finished with six goals and two assists en route to a Group 4 state title.