Whittier Daily News Boys Soccer all-area team

Above: La Habra High School standout forward Edgar Bran, who led the Highlanders to their first CIF-Southern Section divisional title this past season, is the Whittier Daily News boys soccer Player of the Year
Boys Soccer player of the year story
Boys Soccer coach of the year, Stephen Aanderud, La Habra
Boys Soccer first-team story
Click link for Boys Soccer first team slide show

Boys Soccer First Team
Edgar Bran, forward, La Habra, junior
Michael Paz, forward, California, senior
Greg Francis, forward, La Habra, senior
Marco Ruvalcaba, forward, La Mirada, junior
Emilio Dominguez, utility, El Rancho, junior
Tony Montalvo, midfielder, La Mirada, junior
Bryan Aanderud, midfielder, La Habra, sophomore
Troy Chavez, defender, La Mirada, senior
Omar Corona, defender, El Rancho, junior
Jovany Escutia, defender, Santa Fe, junior
Gustavo Anaya, goalkeeper, Whittier, senior
Player of the Year: Edgar Bran, La Habra
Coach of the Year: Stephen Aanderud, La Habra

Boys Soccer Second Team
Omar Duarte, forward, Whittier, senior
C.J. Villalobos, forward, La Serna, senior
Ronnie Galdamez, midfielder, Santa Fe, junior
Arturo Hernandez, midfielder, California, junior
Ole Andrade, midfielder, La Mirada, junior
Jacob Baron, midfielder, La Habra, sophomore
Francisco Amesquita, defender, California, snior
Jonathan Quezada, defender, Whittier, junior
Jonathan Rivas, defender, Santa Fe, senior
Salvador Vega, goalkeeper, El Rancho, senior

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  • Anonymous

    la habra soccer coach is a joke

  • Anonymous

    right..because St. Paul didn’t have a quality soccer team and none of their boys worked hard.

    You got to be kidding me. Give the private school a break!

  • scj

    Could someone provide a list of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd team All area girls soccer teams?

  • Third Party

    Anonymous (639 pm),

    All area isn’t about how hard a team/player worked, its about how well they played, and who the best players in the area are. unfortunately there aren’t too many awards given for hardwork beyond the occasional pat on the back and self satisfaction.