Six members of the Lutheran High Soccer Team earned post season honors for the 2018 Fall season. The Mustangs finished the season 5-6 and fourth place finish in the district. The finish was enough to earn a spot in the playoffs for the third consecutive year.
Ethan Maller, Sr: Honorable Mention All State, 1st Team All District, Academic All State. The senior forward was a prolific goal scorer this year for the Mustang’s offense. He led the team 17 goals and a team high 4 assists. Twice he pulled off hat tricks on the season. Maller was named to the All State and All District teams on offense.
David Wenthe, Jr: Honorable Mention All State, 1st Team All District, Academic All State. The junior defender helped the Mustangs stout defense put the clamps on many of offenses throughout the season. Wenthe did manage to score a goal as well. He was part of a back line that held offenses to two goals or less in over half the games.
Christian Chapin, Sr: 2nd Team All District, Academic All State. The senior midfielder helped control the ball for the Mustangs. He was second on the team in goals scored and assisted on a few more. He was third on the team in points.
Cole Thompson, Sr: 2nd Team All District, Academic All State. The senior defender helped pave the way for a Mustang defense that allowed 2.9 goals per game in district play including hold the State Runner Up, Concordia, to one of their lowest goal totals on the season.
Roman Juarez, Jr: Honorable Mention All District. The midfielder was third on the team on the team in goals scored and was tied for the team lead in assists leading to him being second on the team in points.
Mikey Garces, Sr: Honorable Mention All District. The senior keeper manned the position for the first time in his career. All he did was pitch one blank sheet and held six of the ten district opponents to two goals or less while taking charge of a stingy defense.