Minneapolis Washburn's Juan Louis recorded 26 goals and 65 points as the Millers ended their season with a 3-0 loss to Wayzata in the Section 6-2A finals.
A 2015 All-State selection by the Minnesota State High School Coaches' Association, Louis improved on last season's campaign which totaled 16 goals and 38 points.
Louis has also been selected to participate in this year's TeamSnap High School Soccer All-America Games, which will be played Saturday, Dec. 3, at Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh, N.C.
Juan Louis, Minneapolis Washburn
Patrick Allan, Stillwater
Ryan DeBois, Maple Grove
Olaf Morkeberg, Lakeville North
Tyler Stevens, Wayzata
A first-team All-State selection, Jake Makela led Minnesota with 43 goals during the regular season, and finished 2016 with 45.
Makela and the Scarlets ended the season in third place in Class 1A, defeating Blake 2-0 after falling to Northfield 3-0 in the semifinals.
Mankato West finished with an overall record of 19-3-0, a win total that matches the 2014 season when the Scarlets also advanced to the third-place game.
In late September, Makela broke the record for goals scored in a career, eclipsing the record of 112 previously held by Grant Bell of Little Falls. He ended the season with 132 goals.
Jake Makela, Mankato West
Luke Horton, Benilde-St. Margaret's
Tyler Johnson, St. Paul Como Park
Jesus Nevarez, Willmar
Garrett Opperman, Breck
The Minnesota State High School Soccer Coaches Association (MSHSSCA) bestows the Mr. and Ms. Soccer Award to the individual who is determined to be the best player in Minnesota. The awards are handed out to both Class 1A and 2A players and are decided by member coaches from the MSHSSCA.
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