Golden Hawks Most Valuable Players
Sean led the Hawks to their 3rd conference championship. As a sophomore Sean led the team with 23 goals and tallied 7 assists for a total of 53 points. His performance on the field earned him1st Team All-Conference and All Region.
Physical, ball-winning defensive force in the center of defense for. the 2021 Golden Hawks. As the lone returning starter on the backline from the 2020 season, Ennis's leadership and playoff experience was a crucial piece to the success of the backline. His performance on the field earned him All-Region and All-SWAC recognition, and helped the Golden Hawks make it to the 3rd Round of the NCHSAA state playoffs for the 3rd consecutive year.
Technically savvy player who serves as the linchpin between the front three and the backline during the 2020/2021 campaign. Noah's work rate defensively and vision on offense helped solidify the team after losing all three midfielder starters from the previous season. Awarded All-Region and SWAC 1st-Team All-Conference. Guided team to a 3rd Round Playoff Appearance.
Zach "Sunshine" Jamison
An Athletically gifted Center Mid who was composed in possession and shielded the backline during the 2019 campaign. Sunshine's overall player helped his team reach the East Regional Final. Zach was awarded All Region, 1st Team All Conference, and selected for the East vs. West All Star Game.
Great technical ability, vision, and work ethic allowed Jake to become one of the top players in the SWAC conference during his Junior campaign. Finished 2nd in Conference Player of the Year voting and was selected 1st Team All Conference.
When on the field Yassir anchored the backline as one of the best center backs that has put on a Golden Hawk uniform. A beast in the air and fantastic ball winner gave him the recognition of 1st Team All Conference.
2015 & 2016
Brent dominated the middle of the field for the Hawks during the 2015 and 2016 seasons resulting in back to back MVP awards.
Aaron Latique won the MVP in 2014. He was also awarded SWAC Conference Player of the Year in 2014 and All State.
John McNulty won the MVP in 2013 for his stellar play as an outside back. He was also awarded All State and is the only Holly Springs Male Soccer player who participated in both the East – West All Star game and the Clash of the Carolinas.
Aydan was the anchor for the Hawks in the middle of the field and dominated teams with his possession play from the center defensive mid position.
Holly Springs Most Valuable Players
|2019||Zach "Sunshine" Jamison||Senior||Center Midfield||17|
|2018||Jake Blendermann||Junior||Center Midfield||9|
|2016||Brent Mahasi||Senior||Center Midfield||19|
|2015||Brent Mahasi||Junior||Center Midfield||19|
|2014||Aaron Latique||Senior||Center Midfield||17|
|2013||John McNulty||Senior||Outside Back||12|
|2012||Aydan Alligood||Senior||Center Midfield||4|
|2010||BJ Jones||Senior||Center Midfield||17|