Boys soccer: Douidar, Collister named Florida Dairy Farmers players of the year



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Tue. February 26, 2013 | Times Staff

Two Hillsborough County boys soccer players were named Florida Dairy Farmers players of the year in their respective classes on Tuesday.

Tampa Prep forward Shaddy Douidar, who scored the winning goal in the Terps' state title game, took Class A honors, while Steinbrenner forward Jason Collister, who scored a single-season school-record 28 goals for the state runnerup Warriors, was honored in Class 4A. Both are eligible to become the state's overall Mr. Soccer.

Tampa Prep coach Doug Smith, who led the Terps to their second straight state title and sixth since 2005, also was honored in Class A.

Sunlake’s Connor Gilboy finished third in voting for Class 3A. The senior had a Pasco County single-season record 60 goals for the Seahawks (30-1), who lost to Ponte Vedra in the state semifinals.

Berkeley Prep junior Daniel Felman, who led the Buccaneers in goals (22) and assists (14), finished second in voting for Class 2A.


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