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Mustang 5-foot-11 senior Isaias Silva has been named Gatorade state player of the year in boys soccer.
Silva scored 33 goals and had eight assists during the 2021 season, leading the Broncos to a 17-1 record and a berth in the Class 6A semifinals.
He concluded his career with 71 goals and 26 assists.
Gatorade made the announcement Friday in its 36th year of honoring the top high school athletes in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Silva was also chosen Central Oklahoma Athletic Conference player of the year and was a 2020 United Soccer Coaches Association All-American.
He is the first Mustang athlete chosen in boys soccer and is now eligible for Gatorade's national player of the year award, which will be announced later this month.
Silva maintains a 3.59 academic average and has signed to play at Mid-America Christian University in Oklahoma City.
He has volunteered on behalf of an after-school program for young students and a Christmas gift initiative for underprivileged children.
Photos: All-World 2020-21 finalists in football, basketball, softball, wrestling, volleyball, swimming and cross country
Football (Defense): Isaac Smith, Wagoner
Football (Defense): Jayden Patrick, Jenks
Football (Defense): Owen Ostroski, Holland Hall
Football (Defense): Gage Laney, Owasso
All World finalist Gage Laney.
Football (Defense): Cade Gibson, Metro Christian
Football (Offense): Mason Williams, Bixby
Football (Offense): Qwontrel Walker, Stillwater
Football (Offense): Braylin Presley, Bixby
Football (Offense): Grant Lohr, Jenks
Football (Offense): Bryce Drummond, Pawhuska
Softball: Kenzie Chacon, Oologah
Softball: Drew Riddle, Hilldale
Softball: Lily Shaw, Owasso
Volleyball: Bella Wakley, Victory Christian
Volleyball: Audrey Buford, Bishop Kelley
Volleyball: Mikiah Perdue, Jenks
Boys cross country: Caden Goss, Fort Gibson
Boys cross country: Andrew Smithwick, Lincoln Christian
Boys cross country: Shawn Rutledge, Union
Girls cross country: Payton Hinkle, Broken Arrow
Girls cross country: Cayden Dawson, Bixby
Girls cross country: Stailee Heard, Sapulpa
Wrestling: Anthony Ferrari, Stillwater
Wrestling: Jordan Williams, Collinsville
Wrestling: Cougar Andersen, Skiatook
Wrestling: Zach Blankenship, Bixby
Wrestling: Eli Griffin, Cascia Hall
Girls basketball: Jade Upshaw, Kellyville
Girls basketball: Temira Poindexter, Sapulpa
Girls basketball: Kaylen Nelson, Union
Boys basketball: Jackson Skipper, Sapulpa
Boys basketball: Anthony Pritchard, Webster
Boys basketball: Kyler Mann, Owasso
Girls swimming: Mia Pendleton, Oologah
Girls swimming: Avery Littlefield, Stillwater
Girls swimming: Laney Fenton, Jenks
Boys swimming: Trenton vonHartitzsch, Union
Boys swimming: Danny Sibley, Union
Boys swimming: Sam Duda, Bishop Kelley
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