Boys Soccer: The Suburban Life All-Area teamBy MATT LE CREN - firstname.lastname@example.orgNov. 8, 2018 Here is the Suburban Life All-Area boys soccer team. Adrian Barrera, Morton, senior, forward: All-State selection scored 27 goals and had 13 assists to repeat as Suburban Life Player of the Year. Finished his three-year varsity career with 53 goals and 39 assists.Mario Giase, Willowbrook, senior, goalkeeper: Despite playing behind a weak defense, Giase kept the Warriors in many games by routinely making spectacular saves. Three-year starter and all-conference selection recorded 130 saves and three shutouts and was voted team MVP.Jack Kilgallon, Wheaton Academy, senior, midfielder: Twin brother of Seamus Kilgallon often set up his sibling, tallying team-high 25 assists to go with 17 goals for undefeated Metro Suburban Blue champions. All-sectional pick.Seamus Kilgallon, Wheaton Academy, senior, forward: All-Midwest and all-state honoree registered 21 goals and 17 assists to lead the Warriors to a 20-3 record. [Mike Mantucca for Shaw Media]Skip Locke, Lyons Township, senior, midfielder: Skillful dribbler and distributor scored three goals and directed the attack as Lions won their first sectional title since 2010. Earned all-sectional and all-conference honors.John Paul Lteif, Hinsdale Central, senior, forward: All-sectional and all-conference honoree scored team-high 12 goals, including six game-winners, and added three assists for a 17-6 team that won a regional title and a share of the WSC Silver championship.Jesus Meza, Glenbard West, junior, forward: Two-time all-conference honoree scored team-high 21 goals, including strikes against Hinsdale Central, Lyons, Wheaton North and Lake Park, and also had six assists to lead Hilltoppers to 12-5-3 record. [David Toney - For Shaw Media]Sunday Moo, Wheaton North, senior, defender: Inspirational team leader who came to America at age 8 after spending most of his early life in a refugee camp in Thailand was the leader of a stalwart defense. All-sectional and all-conference selection scored three goals as Falcons won a share of the inaugural DuKane Conference title. [Bill Ackerman - For Shaw Media]Jesus Perez, Morton, sophomore, midfielder: Elusive playmaker shined in his second year on varsity, racking up 15 goals and 13 assists to help the Mustangs win their seventh straight WSC Gold title and sixth straight regional championship. All-sectional pick.Nick Renfro, Benet, junior, midfielder: Scored nine goals and five assists to lead the Redwings to a 17-4-1 record and an appearance in the sectional final, where they lost to Lake Park on penalty kicks. All-sectional and all-conference selection. [Bill Ackerman - For Shaw Media]Ty Williams, Lyons Township, senior, defender: Returned to high school soccer after a two-year hiatus playing club soccer and played three different positions before settling in at center back. All-sectional and all-conference selection scored four goals for sectional championship team.