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Central well represented on soccer honor squads

Aberdeen Central’s Morgan Fiedler, left, gets hugged by teammates Deshani Peters (1), Taryn Hettich (40) and Jayda Hammer, right, during a semifinal playoff match against Rapid City Stevens at Swisher Field. All of the girls were named to the All-ESD team, while Fiedler and Hettich were both named first-team all-state and Peters was second-team all-state. Photo by John Davis taken 10/12/2021

Aberdeen Central had five players named to both the boys’ and girls’ All-Eastern South Dakota Conference soccer squads and also had an honorable mention selection.

The Golden Eagles were also represented by five individuals on the South Dakota High School Soccer Coaches Association All-State squads.

Morgan Fiedler and Taryn Hettich were both first-team all-state picks, while Deshani Peters was a second-team selection.

Marcos Ramos Garcia was a first-team all-state pick, while teammate Sekou Gogue was named to the second-team.

Central girls who were named All-ESD included Paige Burilovich, Fiedler, Jayda Hammer, Hettich and Peters. Makylie Miller was an honorable mention selection. The Eagles were second in the conference standings with a 7-1 record.

Aberdeen Central’s Marcos Ramos Garcia, second from the left, is congratulated by teammates Zeezrom Mounga, far left, Jameson Palmer (behind Ramos Garcia) Sekou Gogue (6), Isaac Stockert (13) and Jelani Peters, far right, after Ramos Garcia scored a goal off a corner kick by teammate Denon Deuter during a first round playoff match against Sioux Falls Roosevelt at Swisher Field. Garcia was named first-team all-state and Gogue second-team all-state. Garcia, Palmer, Gogue and Peters were also named All-ESD and Stockert was named honorable mention. Photo by John Davis taken 10/5/2021

Central boys named All-ESD were Denon Deuter, Gogue, Jameson Palmer, Jelani Peters and Ramos Garcia. Honorable mention selections included Isaac Stockert. The Eagles shared the ESD title with Yankton. Both finished with 7-1 marks.

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