Woodmore's Malachi Brown, Donny Bowen and Ryan Sandwisch were all key cogs in the Wildcats' abilities to win a second consecutive Northern Buckeye Conference championship this fall in boys soccer, and all three were named to league's first-team.
Woodmore was 9-0-1 this season in league play.
Sandwisch (senior/defender), Brown (junior/forward) and Bowen (senior/midfielder) are all repeat first-team selections.
On the girls side, the Wildcats' Shannon O'Connor (senior/midfielder) is a repeat first-team selection. Joining her on the team was teammate Karli Keaton (senior/defender).
Eastwood's Derek Snowden and Rossford's Hector Aguirre were named the co-players of the year for the boys.
On the girls side, senior forward Shelby Antonacci from Lake, was the girls player of the year. The Flyers won the NBC girls title with a perfect 10-0 record.
Making the boys second-team were Woodmore's Brendon Kraus (senior/defender), Garrett McAfee (senior/midfielder), Joshua Freund (senior/forward) and Ryan Paul (senior/goalkeeper).
Earning spots on the girls second-team were the Wildcats' Leah Bench (senior/goalkeeper), Cailey Wilhardt (junior/forward), Leah Henry (junior/midfielder) and Allison Wank (junior/defender).
Gabe Witt (senior/defender) and Deric Anthony (junior/midfielder) were both honorable mention for Woodmore. Jessie Wegert (freshman/midfielder), Jordan Williams (sophomore/forward) and Sarah Blausey (sophomore/forward) of the Wildcats were honorable mention for the girls.