FIRST TEAM

JONATHAN AYALA, Ygnacio Valley, forward, Sr. -- Ayala had a school-record 33 goals this season and was selected as the DVAL's MVP.

ESTEBAN BERUMEN, Pittsburg, forward, Sr. -- Berumen finished his senior year with 31 goals and 15 assists. He was selected as the BVAL's MVP as he led Pittsburg to a league title and a 20-2-1 record.

JEFF GREENBERG, Monte Vista, forward, Sr. -- Greenberg was selected as the EBAL's MVP as he had 23 goals and 13 assists for the Mustangs, who advanced to the NCS Division I finals.

JEREMY ROMERO, Hercules, forward, Sr. -- Romero joined the Titans in mid-season and still ranked third in East Bay scoring with 29 goals. He led the Titans to their first NCS final and was first-team All-TCAL Stone.

YASSINE HAMDOUNI, Berkeley, midfielder, Sr. -- With exceptional size, speed and skill, Hamdouni led the Yellowjackets to the WACC-Foothill Division crown and a 20-2-3 record with 15 goals and had seven assists.

CHARLES ZALOUMIS, Monte Vista, midfielder, Jr. -- Zaloumis was the most dangerous midfielder in the East Bay this season as he scored nine goals and tied for the team lead with 13 assists.

JOEY JONES, De La Salle, midfielder, Jr. -- Jones excelled as he made the switch from center forward to attacking midfield this year. He led the team in both goals (13) and assists (nine) and was a big part of the Spartans' NCS Division I title run.

JESUS ENRIQUEZ, Newark Memorial, midfielder, Jr. -- Fast and creative, Enriquez made an impact in his first season at Newark Memorial. He was the MVAL's MVP and had eight goals and 14 assists this season.

JOHN WAYLAND, John Wayland, San Ramon Valley, defense, Sr. -- Wayland, a first-team All-EBAL pick, was one of the best defenders in the East Bay but also led the Wolves with 11 goals.

RYAN DONAT, Campolindo, defense, Jr. -- Donat was an imposing center back for a very good Cougars defense, but he also led the team with eight goals and was selected as the DFAL's MVP.

TRENTON MATSON, Las Lomas, defense, Sr. -- The Cal Poly-bound Matson was the DFAL's Defensive Player of the Year.

KEEGAN MURPHY, De La Salle, goalkeeper, Sr. -- Murphy was named first team All-EBAL and had 14 shutouts, allowing only 18 goals in 27 games.

SECOND TEAM

Forwards

Jake Foscalina, Livermore, Jr. -- Had 23 goals and was first-team All-EBAL.

Eduardo Bautista, Richmond, Sr. -- Had 25 goals and was the TCAL-Rock Offensive Player of the Year.

Tyler Pangia, Amador Valley, Sr. -- Had 21 goals and eight assists and was first-team All-EBAL.

Midfielders

Jasper Hebert, Berkeley, Sr. -- Had 12 goals and seven assists.

A.J. Ortega, Hayward, Jr. -- Had an East Bay-leading 21 assists.

Luis Moreno, El Cerrito, Sr. -- Had 14 goals and 13 assists, and was first-team All-TCAL Rock.

Tony Zumaya, Ygnacio Valley, Jr. -- Had 13 goals and 15 assists. Was a first-team All-DVAL pick.

Defense

Marco Monti, De La Salle, So. -- Helped Spartans allow less than a goal a game; was first-team All-EBAL.

Gus Keeble, Campolindo, Sr. -- Had five goals and was first-team All-DFAL.

Cory Stewart, Dublin, Sr. -- Helped the Gaels post 15 team shutouts. Was first-team All-DFAL.

Goalkeeper

Spencer Petty, Amador Valley, Sr. -- Allowed just 22 goals in 27 games, including 12 shutouts. Was second team All-EBAL.

THIRD TEAM

Forwards

Rigo Castillo, Hayward, Sr. -- 18 goals. 66 career goals.

Suliman Khoram, Dublin, So. -- Had 21 goals and nine assists. First team All-DFAL.

Midfielders

Guhan Sundar, Mission San Jose, Sr. -- Had 10 goals and 19 assists. First team All-MVAL.

Danny O'Lenic, Amador Valley, Sr. -- Had nine goals and seven assists. First team All-EBAL.

Oscar Ledesma, Pittsburg, Sr. -- Had 7 goals, 11 assists. First team All-BVAL.

Marco Udave, Hayward, Jr. -- Had 19 goals, 15 assists.

Defense

Andrew Marques, Hercules, Sr. -- TCAL-Stone MVP.

Rob Rowenhorst, California, Sr. -- First team All-EBAL.

Juan Sanchez, Alhambra, Sr. -- First team All-DFAL.

Ernesto Blanquel, Richmond, Sr. -- First team All-TCAL Rock.

Goalkeeper

Carlos Herrera, San Leandro, Jr. -- 17 goals allowed in 22 games. 13 shutouts.