With the boys’ soccer season over — Lewisburg’s 2-0 loss to Lancaster Mennonite in the PIAA Class 2A semifinals brought everything to a close — Pennsylvania Heartland Athletic Conference coaches have unveiled their all-star teams. 

MANCHESTER — Encounter a close call — particularly since a sizable lead was thought to be firmly in place — and one needs to learn those lessons and tuck them away, particularly since they could prove useful at a later date. 

SCRANTON — Lewisburg co-coach Skip Kratzer sensed that even Scranton Prep’s players were beginning to think that Tuesday’s Class 2A boys soccer state first-round playoff game was essentially over.

Just a few minutes after dropping District 4 Class AA gold medals on excited Lewisburg shoulders for the fourth year in a row, co-head coach Skip Kratzer couldn’t say enough good things about an emerging Green Dragons defense.

WILLIAMSPORT — Not everybody is presented with the opportunity to pocket a pair of finishes on his 18th birthday — and give himself a memorable present — but Devan Leister had that chance and he certainly took advantage.

A short time after his Mifflinburg Wildcats secured their first Heartland Athletic Conference-Division II boys’ soccer championship — their first regular-season title of any kind — Dan Gehers talked about navigating the difficult Monday-Wednesday stretch they faced that week.

BUCKHORN — Meadowbrook Christian's dynamic duo of Trey Baugman and Dillon Stokes teamed to produce three goals, and the Lions authored the first shutout of Northumberland Christian all season to win the Allegheny Christian Athletic Association championship, 3-0, on Saturday.

BLOOMSBURG — The Allegheny Christian Athletic Association soccer teams from Northumberland County made quick work of their opponents Friday in the conference tournament semifinals, setting up a pair of championship contests today between Meadowbrook Christian and Northumberland Christian.

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