The Marietta High School boys soccer program had a standout season, ending it with numerous awards after a deep postseason run. Coach Todd Morris was honored as the Twin State League Coach of the Year and received his 11th conference coach of the year award. He also earned Southeast District Coach of the Year recognition for guiding the Tigers to a 16-2-2 record, TSL, MOVSL sectional, and district championship. Despite finishing in the regional semifinals with a 2-1 loss to Fairfield Union, it was an impressive season for Morris and his team.
The individual awards came rolling in for several members of the Tigers’ soccer team. Senior forward Mac Threatt was named first-team all-district and all-TSL Player of the Year after scoring 34 goals with seven assists and becoming Marietta’s all-time leading goal scorer. Juniors Landon Koscho and Blake Limegrover were also recognized as first-team all-district selections, with Koscho finishing with 10 goals and nine assists while Limegrover scored 14 goals and accounted for a team-high 18 assists.
Other Tigers receiving awards included Cameron Davis, Caden Gebczyk, Josh Fournier, Connor Rings, Colin Davis, and Cash Wheeler. Davis had 13 goals and six assists and earned second-team district honors. Gebczyk made 87 saves as the starting keeper and had eight clean sheets, earning him MOVSL Defensive Player of the Year recognition. Fournier and Rings both received all-TSL honors while Davis and Wheeler were recognized for their contributions to the team.
Overall it was a remarkable season for Morris’s squad that saw them excel both individually and collectively on their way to achieving their successes on field.