High school soccer: Players to watch for the 2013 season
Norman North's Mauro Cichero and Edmond North's Courtney Dike are among the athletes to watch this season.
Mauro Cichero, Norman North junior midfielder: Moved to Norman from Spain, widely considered to be the best player in the state on defending state and national champs.
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Ashton Bray, Norman North senior defender: Helps anchor the back line for the Timberwolves, has signed with Central Arkansas.
Matt Guidice, Edmond Santa Fe senior forward: Headed to Hastings (Neb.) College to play soccer.
Austin Place, Edmond Santa Fe senior defender: Headed to the University of Buffalo to play soccer.
Evan Helker, Edmond Memorial senior goal keeper: Perhaps the best goal keeper in the state, has signed with Oklahoma Christian University.
Tristan Tippeconnix, Edmond Memorial sophomore midfielder: Widely considered the top young player in the state.
Troy Tippeconnix, Edmond Memorial senior midfielder: Can create opportunities from nowhere, headed to Oklahoma Christian University.
Sergio Flores, Classen SAS senior forward/defender: Oklahoma Christian University signee is effective on both sides of the ball.
Anthony Hernandez, Putnam City North senior midfielder: A two-time national high school All-American, led the Panthers in scoring last year with 14 goals.
Jackson Gray, McGuinness senior forward: Signed with Central Arkansas.
Javier Hernandez, U.S. Grant senior midfielder: Outstanding passer and team captain for the Generals.
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