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2019 COAC All-Conference boys, girls soccer teams announced

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The Central Oklahoma Athletic Conference announced Wednesday its rosters for the All-Conference boys and girls soccer teams. 

Deer Creek's Matt McLaws won Offensive Player of the Year while Edmond North's Eddy Mbosowo was tabbed Defensive Player of the Year. Zach Stephens of Deer Creek won Boys Coach of the Year.

On the girls side, Mustang's Samantha See and Yukon's Myka Heimbach captured Offensive Player of the Year honors while Westmoore's Brooklyn Fink was named Defensive Player of the Year. 

There was not a girls coach of the year named.

Check out the rosters here:

Boys

Offensive Player of the Year: Matt McLaws, Deer Creek

Defensive Player of the Year: Eddy Mbosowo, Edmond North

Coach of the Year: Zach Stephens, Deer Creek

Deer Creek: Colby Heiden, Ryan Yetishefski; Edmond North: Grayson Sykes, Tristan West; Edmond Memorial: Jamie Kloppe, Luke McElhinny; Edmond Santa Fe: Edgar Rivas, Noah Shelley; Moore: Ivan Cardenas, Trenton McLearen; Mustang: Josh Gray, Kory Soulinthavong; Norman: Nate Holliday, Jackson Kim; Norman North: Jordan Jearles, Brian Varva; Southmoore: Ryan Huerta, Jordan Morrison; Stillwater: Mason Bratton, Ethan Noden; Westmoore: John Conner, Johan Juarez; Yukon: Humberto Saucedo, Isaac Sisney

Girls

Offensive Player of the Year: Samantha See, Mustang; Myka Heimbach, Yukon

Defensive Player of the Year: Brooklyn Fink, Westmoore

Deer Creek: Libby McLaughlin, Emily Tincher; Edmond Memorial: Andrea Martinez, Kaylynn Warren; Edmond North: Lauren Hill, Sakura Wilson; Edmond Santa Fe: Lexi Mercer, Mia Pendleton; Moore: Ashlynn Floyd, Morgan Hughes; Mustang: Gracie Cornelius, Paris Nance; Norman: Megan Jones, Kelbie Washington; Norman North: Maddy Childers, Ashton Seratte; Southmoore: Kenzie Shay, Kylie Strotman; Westmoore: Erin Greenslade, Madison Hays; Yukon: Bella Anson

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Cameron Jourdan

Cameron Jourdan joined The Oklahoman in March 2019 to cover high school sports. He graduated from Oklahoma State University in May 2018. He had an internships with The Oklahoman and Stillwater News Press. During his time at OSU, Cameron served in... Read more ›

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