Boys soccer: Two locals earn MVP honors
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Two local soccer players received top all-league honors at the conclusion of the fall season.

Millennium High sophomore Nick Yanke was named most valuable player for the Central California Athletic Alliance after he finished the season as the league’s top scorer with 28 goals and 13 assists.

The Falcons finished as the CCAA champions and got as far as the semifinals of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division VI playoffs, where they lost to Capital Christian High of Sacramento, the eventual division champion.

Tracy High senior Cameron Divoky, a four-year varsity player for the Bulldogs, was chosen as the San Joaquin Athletic Association’s most valuable defender. In his four years on the team, Divoky held positions all over the field. This year, he played sweeper for the Bulldogs.

Tracy finished in second place in the SJAA and made the quarterfinals of the SJS Division II playoffs.

Several other local players also received all-league honors for the 2013 season.

Millennium (12-8-2, 8-1-0 CCAA)

Nick Yanke, sophomore, MVP

Daniel Gutierrez, senior, first team

Elham Chopan, junior, first team

Eddie Diaz, junior, first team

Taha Sharifi, freshman, first team

Elyas Chopan, junior, honorable mention

Matt Leal, junior, honorable mention

Tracy (10-5-2, 6-2-2 SJAA)

Cameron Divoky, senior, defensive MVP

Jacob Gonzalez, senior

Cristian Ramos, senior

Moises Gonzalez, junior

Jacob Pranke, sophomore

Lorenzo Gonzalez, sophomore

West (1-9-3, 1-6-2 Tri-City Athletic League)

Javier Rios, senior

Victor Silva, senior

Kimball (6-15-1, 4-9-1 Valley Oak League)

No all-league selections

Contact Bob Brownne at 830-4227 or brownne@tracypress.com.

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