2016 Unit Rankings – Midfields

The best midfield have been led by dominant Senior and Junior classes and midfields that look dangerous in 2016 have all same pedigree that previous teams have ridden to success.

 

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1- Providence Classical Christian – Two words are needed to explain why the Highlanders are ranked 1st. Joe Moisant. His 40+ goals return for a senior trip and coupled with Justin Hatcher, the Highlanders are poised for a strong season.

2- Prescott – The Tigers can flat out play and will be the favorites to win the championship with their experienced playmakers in Christian Caro and Jose Gonzalez.

3-Mount Vernon Christian – Four of five starting midfielders return from a final four team in 2015. Seniors Caleb Twedt, Bryson Smith, Caleb Smith and junior Levi Gott will be tough for any team to match in terms of size and experience in the midfield.

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4- Northwest Christian – The freshmen are a year older and year more experienced. Cameron Weller, Brayden Tucker and a troop of others have the Crusaders poised to head back to the State Tournament, but also ready to compete for the foreseeable future.

5- Crosspoint Academy – Jackson Kimmel and Hunter Feldbush are dangerous offensively, and Aydan Laurion and Matt Kelley provide strong defensive midfield support. They will be back in the State Tournament.

6- Saint George’s School

7- Tacoma Baptist

8- Friday Harbor

9- Orcas Island

10 – Grace Academy

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