Prep boys’ soccer: Most Valuable Players and all-state teams
Prep soccer • MVPs put team first and changed the game when called upon.
Published: June 26, 2013 03:18PM
Updated: December 7, 2013 11:33PM
Kim Raff | The Salt Lake Tribune Boys soccer (from left) 2A MVP Levi Lopez, 3A MVP Ben Powell of Wasatch High School, 5A MVP Gui Leme of Lehi High School and 4A MVP Tanner Critchfield of Murray High School.

Delivering in clutch situations epitomized The Tribune’s boys’ soccer Most Valuable Players.

Lehi’s Gui Leme helped the Pioneers win the Class 5A state title with his powerful shots.

Murray keeper Tanner Critchfield provided the final line of defense for a stingy Spartans defense.

Wasatch’s Ben Powell repeatedly found the back of the net, helping the Wasps complete a perfect season and secure the Class 3A state title.

American Leadership Academy’s Levi Lopez provided a steady presence for a team that won the Class 2A state crown.

And Wasatch’s Dawain Wheatley is the Coach of the Year after guiding his team to a 20-0 record.

Find out who made our first and second all-state teams as well as who earned honorable mention.