St. Vincent's, Savannah Country Day, Savannah Christian, Calvary score soccer player of the year awards Who else made the team?

By Special to the Prep Sports Report | May 17, 2023

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The Georgia High School Association Coaches Class 3A Region 3 All-Region soccer teams were announced on Monday, May 15, 2023. On the boys' side, Savannah Country Day School's Wesley Hooker was chosen offensive player of the year. At the same time, Savannah Christian Preparatory School's JT Gard was defensive player of the year. Michael Hincker of Savannah Country Day was named coach of the year.
Abby Walsh of Calvary Day School was named offensive player of the year, while Alana Beddow of St. Vincent's Academy was named defensive player of the year. Katie Knight, the head coach at St. Vincent's Academy, was named the girl's coach of the year.

Below are the boys and girls players who earned first team, second team, and honorable mention players.

GHSA Region 3-AAA's All-Region Teams
BOYS All-Region Teams

Offensive Player of the Year: Wesley Hooker, Savannah Country Day School
Defensive Player of the Year: JT Gard, Savannah Christian Preparatory School 
Coach of the Year: Michael Hincker, SCDS 

1st Team All-Region 
Wesley Hooker - SCDS
Brayden Heiges - SCDS
Madden Gerlach - SCDS
Alex Nieto - SCPS 
JT Gard - SCPS 
Salomon Medina - Long County 
Kamdynn Gramsch Milliken - Long County 
Michael Garcia - Groves 
Drew Cail - Calvary Day School
Felix Rivas - Liberty County

2nd Team All-Region 
Hyers Holland - SCDS 
Jase Pearce - SCPS 
Thomas Bradley - SCPS  
Israel Riley - Long County #3, Striker, Senior 
Nelson Diaz - Groves
Trey Aiello - Liberty  

Honorable Mention All-Region 
Chase Buerger - SCDS 
Cash Ramirez - SCDS 
Holden Wells - SCPS 
Kaden Cheatham - SCPS 
Brodie Williams - SCPS 
Chris Contreras - Long County 
Nick Contreras - Long County 
Andres Martinez - Long County 
Irving Castro - Groves
Marqus Bythewood - Groves
Alexander Quintero - Groves
Gael Diaz Arenas - Groves
Gilberto Orozco - Groves 
Trevor Strowbridge – Calvary Day School
James Bass - CDS 
Cade Chadwick - CDS 
Michael McGalliard - CDS 
Carter Batts - CDS 
Grady Shiver - CDS 

GIRLS All-Region Teams
Offensive Player of the Year: Abby Walsh, Calvary Day School 
Defensive Player of the Year: Alana Beddow, St. Vincent's Academy 
Coach of the Year: Katie Knight, St. Vincent's Academy 

1st Team All-Region 
Alana Beddow - SVA  
Meg Mattocks - SVA   
Haley Beddow - SVA  
Fiona Wilson - SCDS  
Sophia Okumu - SCDS   
Abby Walsh - CDS  
Kate Crunkleton - CDS  
Macey Higgason - Long County  
Drake Spisso - SCPS  
Siara Moore - Liberty  

2nd Team All-Region 
Maddy Kelly - SVA 
Ava Holcey - SVA 
AC Davis - SCDS  
Harris Stone - SCDS   
Reis Scholl - CDS 
Leora Hyde - Long County 
Ivelisse Liriano - Liberty County
Deane Perez - Groves 

Honorable Mention All-Region 
Alexis Spisso - SVA 
Ileana Scorza - SVA 
Camryn Woods - SVA 
Gracie Daters - SCDS 
Ella Stone - SCDS 
Emma Bromley - SCDS  
 Reese Bailey - SCDS 
Sarah Catherine Gilpin - SCDS  
Carlee Hurst - CDS
Maddie Sheldon - CDS
Scarlett Jackson - CDS 
Yazmin Garcia Coronel - Long County 
Kyleigh Sizemore - Long County 
Leila Rosas - Long County
Yuridia Sellars - Long County 
Kate Theriot - SCPS   
Emily Haeussler - SCPS   
Sophia Karvan - Groves   
Vivian Garcia - Groves  
Amairani Leon - Groves   
Amaya Frederick - Groves  

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