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Meet the 2017 Star Tribune boys' soccer All-Metro teams

By David La Vaque, Star Tribune, 10/23/17, 5:45PM CDT


See the players named to this year's first and second teams.

Matt Lindberg, Player of the Year

School: Edina  |  Grade: Senior  |  Position: Forward

Star Tribune Metro Player of the Year scored 14 goals, added 10 assists.

Read David La Vaque's feature on the Hornets senior. 



All-metro first team

Daniel Wee

School: Prior Lake  |  Grade: Senior  |  Position: Forward

Mr. Soccer finalist led Lakers to state tournament.



Kenlove Solon

School: North St. Paul  |  Grade: Senior  |  Position: Forward

Carried the rebuilt Polars. Mr. Soccer finalist.




Nils Gulbranson

School: Chisago Lakes  |  Grade: Senior  |  Position: Forward

Crafty with the ball. Tallied 38 goals, nine assists.


Blake Perry

School: Anoka  |  Grade: Senior  |  Position: Forward

Dangerous in every game. Mr. Soccer finalist. 



Herbert Endeley

School: Totino-Grace  |  Grade: Junior  |  Position: Forward

Scores with both feet and dangerous on dribble. Thirty goals, 12 assists.


Grant Tostensrud

School: East Ridge  |  Grade: Senior  |  Position: Defender

Could take over a game. Finished season with 15 goals, four assists.


Logan Huber

School: Stillwater  |  Grade: Junior  |  Position: Defender

Linchpin of stingy Ponies’ defense.



Drew Galinson

School: Wayzata  |  Grade: Senior  |  Position: Defender

Great defender, also fantastic on set pieces.



Jack Glecker

School: Maple Grove  |  Grade: Junior  |  Position: Defender

Aggressive tackler, strong one-on-one defender.


Hassan Kamara

School: Park Center  |  Grade: Senior  |  Position: Goalkeeper

Made huge saves, played his position with precision.




All-Metro Second Team




*All are seniors unless noted

MN Soccer Hub polls are based on opinion and for entertainment purposes only.

How the team was chosen

The Star Tribune’s All-Metro teams and Metro Player of the Year were chosen based on nominations from metro-area coaches and staff observations.


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