Boys’ 2nd Region Soccer Stat Leaders (September 16)

Here are the Boys’ Second Region soccer stat leaders as reported by each school to the KHSAA by September 15, 2019.

TEAM STATS
Scoring Offense

5.3 – University Heights Academy
4.4 – Madisonville
4.3 – Henderson County
3.2 – Trigg County
3.0 – Webster County
2.5 – Caldwell County
2.1 – Hopkinsville
1.7 – Fort Campbell
1.5 – Hopkins County Central
1.1 – Christian County
1.0 – Lyon County

Scoring Defense

0.6 – Trigg County
0.8 – Madisonville
1.0 – Henderson County
1.6 – Hopkinsville
1.7 – Hopkins County Central
2.2 – University Heights Academy
3.3 – Christian County
3.7 – Webster County
4.1 – Caldwell County
4.6 – Fort Campbell
5.4 – Lyon County

Goals

52 – Henderson County
48 – University Heights Academy
44 – Madisonville
33 – Webster County
29 – Trigg County
26 – Hopkinsville
25 – Caldwell County
19 – Fort Campbell
14 – Hopkins County Central
12 – Lyon County
12 – Christian County

Defensive Shutouts

6 – Henderson County
4 – Trigg County
4 – Madisonville
3 – Hopkinsville
2 – Webster County
2 – Hopkins County Central
1 – Caldwell County
1 – University Heights Academy
1 – Fort Campbell

INDIVIDUAL STATS
Goals Scored

20 – David Gonzalez (Henderson County)
20 – Will Bryan (University Heights Academy)
17 – Will Jolly (Trigg County)
13 – Santos Portillo (Webster County)
13 – Tanner Thomas (University Heights Academy)
11 – Tyler Greenwell (Hopkinsville)
10 – Grayden Miller (Caldwell County)
9 – Jeshua DeLeon (Madisonville)
8 – Adam Gillham (Henderson County)
8 – Luke McElroy (Madisonville)
8 – Jhony Paniagua (Fort Campbell)
6 – Todd Huddleston (Lyon County)
6 – Zachary Brown (Madisonville)
6 – Blake Vivrette (Caldwell County)
6 – Benito Rubio (Christian County)
5 – Lucas Butler (Henderson County)
5 – Simen Lind (Madisonville)
5 – Logan Rainwater (Madisonville)
5 – Connor Dill (University Heights Academy)

Assists

8 – Connor Dill (University Heights Academy)
7 – David Gonzalez (Henderson County)
7 – Bryce Bennett (Henderson County)
6 – Adam Gillham (Henderson County)
6 – Tanner Thomas (University Heights Academy)
5 – Yeffrey Macario (Christian County)
5 – Zachary Brown (Madisonville)
5 – Dalton Daves (Madisonville)
5 – Will Bryan (University Heights Academy)
5 – J.J. Brown (Madisonville)
4 – Santos Portillo (Webster County)
4 – Rafael Cerritos (Fort Campbell)
4 – Jaxen Miller (Webster County)
4 – Elvin Wagner (University Heights Academy)
4 – Simen Lind (Madisonville)
4 – Logan Rainwater (Madisonville)
4 – Blake Vivrette (Caldwell County)
3 – Keller Nichols (Trigg County)
3 – Timothy Stewart (Lyon County)
3 – Ashton Todd (Henderson County)
3 – Dawson McVay (Webster County)
3 – Ethan Hale (University Heights Academy)
3 – Luke McElroy (Madisonville)
3 – Jack Dodds (Madisonville)
3 – Jose Favela (Hopkinsville)

Goalie, Goals Against Average (Minimum 5 games played)

0.3 – Jacob Russ (Henderson County)
0.3 – Boone McElroy (Henderson County)
0.4 – Andrew Risley (Caldwell County)
0.5 – Jayden Pruitt (Henderson County)
0.5 – Zachary Jones (Fort Campbell)
0.7 – Matthew Smith (Trigg County)
0.8 – Alex Brooks (Madisonville)
0.9 – Chase Garrett (Hopkins County Central)
0.9 – Manny Martinez (Hopkinsville)
1.3 – Xavier Bussell (Hopkinsville)
1.9 – Will Maxwell (University Heights Academy)
2.6 – Hayden Stone (Webster County)
3.2 – Josh Settle (Christian County)
3.4 – Josh Hagan (Caldwell County)
4.0 – Jesus Martinez (Webster County)
4.4 – C.J. Hay (Fort Campbell)
5.0 – Cole Schroeder (Lyon County)

Goalie Shutouts (Complete Game Shutouts)

4 – Matthew Smith (Trigg County)
4 – Alex Brooks (Madisonville)
1 – Hayden Stone (Webster County)
1 – Chase Garrett (Hopkins County Central)
1 – Josh Hagan (Caldwell County)
1 – C.J. Hay (Fort Campbell)

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