Marietta High School’s boys soccer program ended their season with a bounty of accolades after an impressive postseason run. Their achievements include Coach Todd Morris being named Twin State League Coach of the Year, winning his 11th conference coach of the year award, and being voted Southeast District Coach of the Year for the fourth time. This recognition came after leading the Tigers to a remarkable 16-2-2 finish and securing championships in TSL, MOVSL sectional, and district titles.
Several members of the Tigers’ soccer team were also recognized with individual awards. Senior forward Mac Threatt was named first-team all-district and set a new record as Marietta’s all-time leading goal scorer with 34 goals and seven assists. He was also voted both TSL Player of the Year and Southeast District Player of the Year. Juniors Landon Koscho and Blake Limegrover were also recognized as first-team, all-district selections with Koscho scoring 10 goals and nine assists, while Limegrover accounted for a team-high 18 assists.
Additional Tigers who received awards include Cameron Davis, Caden Gebczyk, Josh Fournier, Connor Rings, Colin Davis, and Cash Wheeler. Davis had 13 goals and six assists and was awarded second-team district honors. Gebczyk made 87 saves as the team’s starting keeper and had eight clean sheets, earning him MOVSL Defensive Player of the Year recognition. Fournier and Rings earned all-TSL honors while Davis and Wheeler were recognized for their contributions to the team.
Overall, Marietta High School’s boys soccer program had an outstanding season that resulted in numerous awards for both individual players and coaches alike. They look forward to continuing their success in future seasons under the guidance of Coach Morris.