The end of the season can mean only one thing (and no, it’s not that the time for basketball season is right around the corner).
It means that we at the Daily Times have the unenviable task of sifting through a season’s worth of outstanding performances and singling out a handful of players on whom to bestow the honor of being an All-Delco. It’s never easy, and it’s never fun, so we’ll use the blog to gauge what the fans are thinking.
As I set out the candidates for both the boys and girls soccer teams, one of the most hotly-contested positions seems to be the boys goaltender. There are a bunch of candidates who are, statistically-speaking, grouped tightly together.
So presented without commentary, here are their stats, and we’ll see what you think:
Wesley Dickson, Radnor: 15 goals allowed on 133 shots, 88.7 save percentage
Dave Sousa, Springfield: 15 goals allowed on 127 shots, 88.2 save percentage
David Ruffini, Strath Haven: 18 goals allowed on 128 shots, 87.7 save percentage
Peter Coote, Penncrest: 22 goals allowed on 129 shots, 82.9 save percentage
Matt Skwirut, Sun Valley: 27 goals allowed on 142 shots, 81.0 save percentage