Grant Strauser produced 18 goals and eight assists during the regular season as a top offensive threat for the North County boys soccer program.
His versatility was on full display after being moved to a sweeper role during the postseason as the Raiders beat Farmington and Cape Central for their fifth district title in six years.
Strauser received all-state honorable mention in Class 3 from the Missouri State High School Soccer Coaches Association, as announced on Monday.
The Raiders finished 15-8 overall after falling in the state sectional round to Hillsboro, an opponent they previously defeated.
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Fredericktown competed in a tough Class 2 district, and its star player likewise picked up all-state honorable mention.
Senior forward Grant Shankle was recognized after scoring in bunches for the Blackcats. He netted all six of his team’s goals in a road victory at Festus, and had another hat trick against St. Pius.
St. Paul Lutheran secured two all-region selections in Class 1 with sophomore midfielders Jake Flowers and Aden Nations.