POLL: Vote for All-Area Boys Soccer Player of the Year

Help The Herald pick the All-Area prep boys soccer player of the year. Vote for one of the candidates below. The final selection will be decided by Herald staff by taking into account first-hand observations and coach and fan votes.

Player of the Year nominees

Josh Bartley, Archbishop Murphy, M/F, Sr.

17 goals, 20 assists

Jalen Crisler, Archbishop Murphy, M, Sr.

22 goals, 5 assists

Branson Corwin, Glacier Peak, F, Jr.

10 goals, 3 assists

Colin Cuchna, Stanwood, M, So.

10 goals, 5 assists

Momodou Drammeh, Lynnwood, F, Sr.

14 goals, 6 assists

Danny Han, Shorewood, M, Jr.

37 shots, 9 goals, 6 assists

Juan Machuca, Snohomish, F, Sr.

11 goals, 6 assists

Tyler Mayer, Snohomish, M, Sr.

16 goals, 9 assists

Michael Mikulsky, Glacier Peak, M/F, Sr.

5 goals, 5 assists

Miguel Medina, Mariner, F, Sr.

18 goals, 14 assists

Cristhian Robles, Mariner, M, Sr.

2 goals, 5 assists; big part of Marauders’ D

Michel Zavalza, Lake Stevens, F, Sr.

11 goals, 6 assists

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