All-District BOYS SOCCER team roster
The 2007 All-District boys soccer team members are:
Goal keeper: Kris Hoffpauir (ESJ)
Defense: Ricky Grinstead (ESJ), Paul Lapierre (ESJ), Evan Coffman (DEST), Gene Henderson (WJ), Nick Caropino (HHS), Brandon Larousse (HHS)
Offense: Zach Landry (HHS), Justin Breaux (HHS), Nick Tate (DEST), Steven Haniford (ESJ), Terrance Crushfield (ESJ)
Forwards: Devin Samaha (HHS)
Defensive MPV: Ricky Grinsstead (ESJ)
Offensive MPV: Zach Landry (HHS)
Goal Keeper: Allan Buniger (WJ)
Defense: Ryan Rome (DEST), Adam St. Germain (DEST), D.J. Winkler (HHS), Justin Aubert (HHS), Joshua Roy (Ehert)
Offense: Drew Samaha (HHS), Luis Valladares (DEST), Sam Weinberg (DEST), Nick Figaro (DEST), Robbie Anderson (DEST)
Forwards: Brandon Trant (ESJ)
Honorable Mention: Carlos Caceres (WJ), Adam Weinberg (DEST), Matt McCune (DEST), Brad Wandrei (ESJ), Tyler Hazett (ESJ), Jake Hackett (HHS)
DEST - Destrehan High School,
ESJ - East St. John
HHS - Hahnville High School
Ehret - John Ehret High School
WJ - West Jefferson High School
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