Jacob Boller (2) celebrates his goal with Drew Blauvelt (15).

Two Iowa Mennonite School soccer players were named to the first-team All-Southeast Iowa Super Conference soccer team after steller seasons on the offensive end. 

Louis Etienne scored a team-high 25 goals for Iowa Mennonite and added six assists. Jacob Boller was also named to the first-team by scoring 10 goals and sending nine assists to teammates. 

Etienne ended the season third in the SEISC in goals, just one goal behind the top two scorers. 

Two area players were named to the second-team All-SEISC list with Iowa Mennonite’s Blake Bontrager and Highland’s Owen Donovan being honored for their efforts. 

Bontrager marked his career as a four-year starter for Iowa Mennonite in goal. Bontrager made 80 saves this season and saved 80 percent of shots he faced. 

Donovan was Highland’s leading scorer at five goals and added one assist. Donovan scored five of Highland’s 10 goals this season. 

Each team had two honorable mention players. Defenders Kobe Borntrager and Eli Ours were named for Iowa Mennonite. 

They were anchors on a defense allowing only 1.4 goals per game. 

Highland goalkeeper Cory Stewart and midfielder Ramses Vergara were named to the list for Highland. 

Stewart, a senior for Highland, helped keep Highland inthe game for their wins against Washington and Cedar Valley Christian. Stewart made 17 saves in a win against Washington. 

Vergara scored the go-ahead goal against Washington to give Highland the win against the Demons earlier this season. 

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