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2018 All-FCN Soccer teams
Lambert's Hayden Fontana races South Forsyth's PJ Mollenauer to the ball on Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018. - photo by Brian Paglia


Player of the Year

Logan Racine, Lambert, Sr.

Organized offense that was strong and possession and dangerous in finishing, totaling 14 goals and 12 assists.

Coach of the Year

Chris Wilson, Lambert

Led team with just three seniors to dominant regular season and state title run.


F Carlos Reyes, West Forsyth, Sr.

Creative finisher had 14 goals, with 5 coming in one game. College of Charleston signee.

F Hayden Fontana, Lambert, Sr.

Filled stat sheet for state champs, with 23 goals, 11 assists.

F Uriel Romero, Forsyth Central, Sr.

Scored 8 goals, had 7 assists for repeat state playoff qualifiers.

MF Gabe Villar, Pinecrest Academy, Sr.

Region Player of the Year had 35 goals, 18 assists.

MF Gavin Mitchell, Forsyth Central, Sr.

Lake Erie College signee had 16 goals, 4 assists.

MF Trey Hines, Lambert, Jr.

Helped captain midfield, totaling 9 goals, 12 assists.

MF Trevor Byrne, South Forsyth, Sr.

Florida Atlantic signee provided high-motor presence in midfield.

D Jay Patterson, Lambert, Jr.

Dangerous free kick and long-throw specialist led defense to 14 shutouts.

D Ryan Fierle, South Forsyth, Sr.

D P.J. Mollenauer, South Forsyth, Jr.

G Aarnav Sandhu, South Forsyth, Sr.

Had massive success against penalty kicks in playoffs, recording three saves in two shootouts that War Eagles won.


West Forsyth senior Karson Rosenberger reacts after scoring a goal against South Forsyth on Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. - photo by Brian Paglia


Player of the Year

Callie Fagan, Forsyth Central

Determined striker led Bulldogs on offense with 15 goals and 3 assists, helping team secure No. 2 playoff seed.

Coach of the Year

Angela Camp, Forsyth Central

Led Bulldogs to highest finish among county teams in Region 5-7A and a first-round playoff win over Collins Hill.


F Alexis Sherman, Forsyth Central, Jr.

Important presence on corners and free kicks had 6 goals, 3 assists.

F Allie Doerr, Pinecrest Academy, So.

Scored 17 goals with 10 assists for state quarterfinalists.

MF Regina Metz, Pinecrest Academy, Jr.

Scored 17 goals with 12 assists, even with late start after playing basketball.

MF Jenna Uldrich, Forsyth Central, Sr.

Four-year varsity starter had 10 goals, 3 assists.

MF Amanda Ewers, West Forsyth, So.

Helped Wolverines to No. 3 playoff seed and first-round victory.

MF Hannah Hamilton, Forsyth Central, Sr.

Skilled distributor helped lead highly productive offense.

D Riley Habegger, South Forsyth, Sr.

Senior captain was named team MVP.

D Karson Rosenberger, West Forsyth, Sr.

Mercer signee played up top as well, scoring five goals.

D Haley Triplett, Pinecrest Academy, Jr.

Lockdown defender and free kick specialist had 9 goals, 10 assists.

D Maddie Butera, South Forsyth, Fr.

Scored two goals, helped defense record four shutouts in region play.

GK A.J. Needham, West Forsyth, Jr.

Strong final line on defense that didn’t allow more than two goals in any game.