Boys' Fall Soccer leaders
Goals
Assists
Saves
Rank Name School Total
1 Shields Riggs Sandy Spring 33
2 Peter Laursen Washington International 27
3 Daniel Diaz-Bonilla The Heights 25
4 Natan Rosen Whitman 17
5 Michael Salguero Great Mills 16
- Tiago Silva Magruder 16
6 Jonathan Alvarado Langley Park 14
- Paul Kretzing Huntingtown 14
- Justin Miller Huntingtown 14
7 Gage Adam St. Andrew's 13
- Michael Adekanbe Bowie 13
- Sulumana Bah Bowie 13
- Trevor VanVeldhuisen Washington Christian 13
8 Ivan Meza Magruder 12
9 Eleazar Bilewu Washington Christian 11
- Griffin Clinton Sidwell Friends 11
- Yaya Diabagate Langley Park 11
- Andrew Goldsholle Whitman 11
- Rodrigo Ortiz-Mena St. Andrew's 11
- Evan Young Lackey 11
10 Ryan Elie Gonzaga 10
- Juan Molina St. Andrew's 10
- Andy Ram Wootton 10
- Shaku Wagay Bladensburg 10
11 Aria Ahadpour Churchill 9
- Bankeys Omari Magruder 9
- Gabriel Psallidas Quince Orchard 9
- Valentín Raposo Pérez Sandy Spring 9
- Toby Wells-Zimmerman Sidwell Friends 9
- Andrew Wood The Heights 9
12 Jose Argueta-Membreno Bladensburg 8
- Oluwatosin Ayokunle Meade 8
- Kyle Burbage St. Stephen's/St. Agnes 8
- Yechalesew Desta Kennedy 8
- Cristian Escalante O'Connell 8
- Matthew Harris Calvert 8
- Kevin Ngatou-Chekem Laurel 8
- Francisco Ramos Medrano Langley Park 8
- Matthew Smith Southern 8
- Ulises Torres Great Mills 8
13 Amr EL Said Washington International 7
- Owen Heiser Washington Christian 7
- Gabe Ichniowski Great Mills 7
- Jonathan Sanford Bowie 7
- Zion Williams Sidwell Friends 7
- Holden Woodings St. Andrew's 7
14 Adrian Mubiru Langley Park 6
- Nicholas Peabody Washington International 6
- Carl Renner Washington International 6
- Ethan Romito Broadneck 6
Boys Fall Soccer in the news

Boys' soccer Top 10: Led by a pack of seniors, T.C. Williams is playing with intensity

The Titans have lost just one game this year behind the efforts of two goalies and 17 seniors.
Michael Errigo ·
April 23, 2019

Girls' soccer Top 10: No. 1 Yorktown keeping momentum alive with undefeated run

The Patriots returned seven starters this season and have taken been impressive in Northern Virginia.
Michael Errigo ·
April 23, 2019

Spring sports whiparound: St. Stephen's/St. Agnes girls' lacrosse gets payback

Elsewhere, No. 1 Madison softball's long winning streak is snapped, and Sherwood baseball flexes its pitching muscles.
Washington Post Staff ·
April 15, 2019

Boys' soccer Top 10: Top-ranked South Lakes off to another hot start

Just like last year, the Seahawks are on an extended winning streak to start the season.
Michael Errigo ·
April 9, 2019

Girls' soccer Top 10: South County, Loudoun County gaining early-season momentum

The Stallions have played stout defense; the Raiders, defending Class 4 champions, have scored a lot of goals.
Michael Errigo ·
April 9, 2019

After magical season, Justice boys’ soccer adjusts to new identity as a team to beat

The Wolves made a run to the state semifinals last season but have been getting mixed results this year. Tuesday night’s loss to Lee was their latest setback.
Michael Errigo ·
April 3, 2019

Spring sports whiparound: Ryan Shieh providing power for McNamara baseball

Maija Louko has been dominant in the circle for South Lakes softball; Gonzaga and Bullis lacrosse clash; T.C. Williams girls' soccer off to a 39-1 goal differential.
Washington Post Staff ·
April 1, 2019

Boys' soccer Top 10: South Lakes, Robinson lead first rankings as top spot in Northern Virginia opens up

After Oakton loses 15 to graduation, who is the team to beat in Northern Virginia?
Michael Errigo ·
March 26, 2019

Girls' soccer Top 10: Madison, Yorktown lead the year's first rankings

Defending champions Loudoun County, Briar Woods also featured in the first Top 10.
Michael Errigo ·
March 26, 2019

Edison loses Virginia Class 5 girls’ championship in star Carole Miller’s final game

The Virginia-bound Miller had 15 points and 10 rebounds in the 69-55 defeat to Princess Anne, which has won six straight titles.
Kyle Melnick ·
March 6, 2019