The Marietta High School boys soccer team had a remarkable postseason run, earning several awards and recognition for their outstanding performance. First, the program was named the Twin State League of the Year, an honor that recognized their exceptional play throughout the season.
Marietta coach Todd Morris was also honored for his leadership and coaching skills, receiving his 11th conference Coach of the Year award and being recognized as the Southeast District Coach of the Year for the fourth time. These accolades were a testament to his ability to lead his team to success, including a 16-2-2 finish, a TSL, MOVSL sectional, and district championship.
Several members of the Tigers’ soccer team also received individual honors for their outstanding performance. Senior forward Mac Threatt was named first-team all-district and received numerous awards for his role in leading Marietta to victory. He was voted the TSL Player of the Year and Southeast District Player of the Year for his impressive goal-scoring ability and leadership on the field. Juniors Landon Koscho and Blake Limegrover were also recognized as first-team all-district selections, with Koscho finishing with 10 goals and nine assists while Limegrover scored 14 goals and accounted for a team-high 18 assists.
Other Tigers who received awards included Cameron Davis, Caden Gebczyk, Josh Fournier, Connor Rings, Colin Davis, and Cash Wheeler. Davis received second-team district honors while Gebczyk was named MOVSL Defensive Player of the Year. Fournier earned all-TSL recognition along with Rings who received honorable mention district accolades. Colin Davis was named honorable mention MOVSL while Wheeler earned second-team all-district honors.
The season ended in disappointment as Marietta lost in regional semifinals after a hard fought battle against Fairfield Union with a final score of 2