Eagles relied on Hahn
United Local senior center back Jaret Hahn was a big reason why the Eagles boys soccer team went 16-2 this season while giving up only 17 goals.
For his efforts Hahn was named to the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association’s Div. III All-Ohio first team.
Hahn had eight goals and 14 assists this season bringing his career totals to 11 goals and 26 assists over four seasons.
“Hahn is one of the hardest working players I have ever had the privilege to coach,” United Local boys soccer coach Curtis Jones said. “He has been a key leader in this program resulting in being selected by his teammates to serve as team captain the last two seasons. He helped lead our program to a 16-2 record this season and a third straight Eastern Ohio Athletic Conference championship.”
Hahn helped the Eagle defense register a program-best 11 shutouts as he was a part of 31 clean sheets in his career.
“He has served as the backbone of our defense utilizing his explosive speed and phenomenal technical and tactical abilities,” Jones said. “He started all four years as our center back and had 169 steals as well as 647 intercepts for his career. He is one of those players who is difficult to replace and his presence on the field will be greatly missed.”