United Soccer Coaches announced on Monday the association’s high school boys and girls All-America teams for the 2021 fall season.
Among the 159 High School All-Americans (89 boys, 70 girls), five girls and four boys are from the Greater Cincinnati area.
In addition to Monday's All-America teams announcement, the 2021 United Soccer Coaches Fall Boys and Girls High School All-Region Teams and state Players of the Year have been posted. In Kentucky, Notre Dame Academy's Natalie Bain won the honor for her senior season efforts.
Gus Peacock, junior defender, Wyoming - He was a key defender for the 2021-22 DII state champion Cowboys who earned a Cincinnati Hills League first-team selection.
Will Breit, junior midfielder, Madeira - He was the Cincinnati Hills League Player of the Year, topping all in points, goals and assists. He led the Mustangs to the DIII state semifinals.
Breaking News!!!!! @WillBreit has been named an All-American by the United Soccer@Coaches! This is a very prestigious honor. Congrats Will! @OSSCAsoccer @madeiraath @SWOHSSCA @mlaughman @Chief_Ohio @UnitedCoaches pic.twitter.com/tyhxd4eB6R
— Madeira Soccer (@MadeiraSoccer) December 5, 2021
Tanner Creech, senior forward, St. Xavier - The co-Greater Catholic League-South Player of the Year led league-champion St. Xavier to a 13-3-5 record and a Division I regional runner-up finish.
Brock Kiper, senior forward, Moeller - The co-GCL-South Player of the Year for the 12-6-2 Crusaders led the league in scoring and goals.
Natalie Bain, senior defender, Notre Dame Academy - She led Notre Dame Academy to the KHSAA state championship and was named Most Valueable Player of the tournament.
Annie Isphording, senior defender, Indian Hill - She was a first-team Cincinnati Hills League player for the Braves who were 4-2-1 in their league.
Maddy Murphy, senior midfielder, Mariemont - The co-player of the year in the Cincinnati Hills League led the Warriors to a 14-4-2 record and DIII regional runner-up finish.
Peyton Kohls, junior forward, Mount Notre Dame - She led the Girls Greater Catholic League in goals and scoring as MND won their first state title.
Jada Moorman, senior forward, Cincinnati Country Day - She was the Miami Valley Conference-Scarlet Division Player of the Year for the 17-1-1 Nighthawks.
Players on this year’s United Soccer Coaches High School All-America teams will be recognized for their accomplishments at the All-America ceremony and reception on Saturday, Jan. 22, 2022, at the Kansas City Convention Center in conjunction with the United Soccer Coaches Convention.
This article originally appeared on Cincinnati Enquirer: Which Cincinnati soccer players are U.S. Soccer Coaches All-Americans?