The Marietta High School boys soccer program concluded their season with a multitude of awards after a deep postseason run. Coach Todd Morris was recognized as the Twin State League Coach of the Year and received his 11th conference coach of the year award. He was also voted Southeast District Coach of the Year for the fourth time after leading the Tigers to a 16-2-2 finish, a TSL, MOVSL sectional, and district championship.
The season ended in the regional semifinals with a 2-1 loss to Fairfield Union. Several members of the Tigers’ soccer team received individual awards. Senior forward Mac Threatt, along with juniors Landon Koscho and Blake Limegrover, were recognized as first-team, all-district selections. Threatt scored 34 goals with seven assists and became Marietta’s all-time leading goal-scorer. He was voted as both the TSL Player of the Year and the Southeast District Player of the Year. Koscho finished with 10 goals and nine assists while Limegrover scored 14 goals and accounted for a team-high 18 assists.
Additional Tigers receiving awards included Cameron Davis, Caden Gebczyk, Josh Fournier, Connor Rings, Colin Davis, and Cash Wheeler. Davis, a junior wingback, had 13 goals and six assists and received second-team district honors. Gebczyk made 87 saves as the team’s starting keeper and had eight clean sheets, earning him the title of MOVSL Defensive Player of the Year. Fournier and Rings earned all-TSL and honorable mention district honors, while Davis and Wheeler also received recognition for their contributions to the team.
Overall, it was an impressive season for Marietta High School boys soccer program with many accolades coming from both coaches and individual players alike.