It was another great season for the Grayling Boys Soccer team as they had double digit wins for the third straight season and saw two key members from the team earn All-State recognition from the Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association (MIHSSCA).
Senior Anthony Harrington earned his second straight Honorable Mention All-State nod and leaves a big hole in the program as he has been a dominate playmaker as well as one of our top defenders the past four years. He finished his career with 24 goals and 46 assists. Anthony also racked up the other accolades as well as he was a four time all-conference and all-district selection and a three-time TC Record Eagle All-Region Team member.
Senior Eliot Boik earned Third Team All-State honors this year and leaves the program as one of the most prolific scorers in school history. Eliot was a nightmare for opposing teams to defend each game as he racked up 41 goals this season which was just one away from the school record set by Kyle Langseth back in 1999. During his four year career he scored 83 goals and had 36 assists and his scoring presence will be greatly missed next year. Eliot earned many other accolades during his career as well as he was a four time all-conference and all-district selection and a three-time TC Record Eagle All-Region Team member as well.