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Benet senior forward Kyle Kenagy and Hinsdale Central senior goalkeeper Wes Bergevin have been named as participants of the fourth annual All-american game set for December 13th during the NCAA men’s soccer playoffs. Kenagy has 22 goals while Bergevin posted his second shutout of Lyons in leading the Red Devils to sectional championship against top-ranked Morton on Saturday.

After No. 20 Washington lost in the Public League city semifinals, coach Alvaro Perez said, “We are now preparing to defend our state championship.” After a topsy-turvy regular season, Washington is playing its best soccer. The Patriots (11-6-3) have won eight of their last nine after upsetting sectional top-seed Lemont 2-1 Tuesday in a Class 2A Lincoln-Way West Sectional semifinal.Washington faces Marian Catholic in the championship on Saturday.

Somonauk suffered a sectional semifinal loss against Peoria Christian last week, ending the remarkable freshman campaign of Josh Schmitt. The forward registered a stunning 53 goals and 26 assists. The number of goals scored ties Schmitt for 13th for a single season, according to IHSA official records. Senior forward Tommy Skupien added 32 goals and 31 assists for the Bobcats.

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