With over 10,500 players competing in the Super Y League during the 2018 season, the USL Scouting Network has identified hundreds of boys and girls who have stood out for their clubs.
In our Five Player Friday series, we take a look at five boys and girls who have performed well in the 2018 season and have been recognized by the USL Scouting Network as among the league's top talents.
Here are the featured players for the fifth edition on Sept. 21, 2018.
Record: 8-0-0, 24 pts - 1st in Mid Atlantic Division
Summary: Girlado scored a little more than 20 percent of his side's goals during the 2018 Super Y League regular season. He scored a team-high 10 goals and also recorded two assists to help his team to an undefeated 8-0-0 record.
Record: 7-2-1, 22 pts - 2nd in South Atlantic A Division
Summary: Lopez-Munoz was the clear leader in attack for the Atlanta Metros U14 Boys during the summer. He had a team-high 11 goals and a team-high seven assists in nine appearances, helping his side record an impressive 7-2-1 record during the regular season.
Record: 9-0-1, 28 pts - 1st in Mid Atlantic B Division
Summary: Dangler finished the Super Y League's regular season with an astonishing 15 goals, the most in the Mid Atlantic B Division – the second-highest goalscorer in the division finished with nine tallies. She also provided five assists to help her side to an unbeaten 9-0-1 record during the summer.
Record: 6-2-0, 18 pts - 2nd in Midwest A Division
Summary: Balota finished the 2018 regular season with 12 goals and one assist in seven appearances for the Central Illinois Elite U11 Girls. Her 12 tallies were the most in the Midwest A Division and helped her side to a respectable 6-2-0 record.
Record: 7-1-0, 21 pts - 1st in South Atlantic A Division
Summary: Lipscomb was the heartbeat of the Alpharetta Ambush U11 Boys' attack, recording an eye-opening 12 goals and 12 assists in eight appearances during the 2018 regular season. His 12 assists were the most of any player in the South Atlantic A Division.