The Seymour boys soccer team met at the high school last week to celebrate its 2017 season.

This past fall, the Owls finished 13-4-1 overall — the best record under varsity coach Matt Dennis.

Dennis also tied the the school record for career IHSAA wins by a coach at Seymour at 67.

The Owls finished fourth in Hoosier Hills Conference play, scored a record 61 goals and made it to the Seymour Sectional semifinals.

This year’s senior class amassed 43 wins during their careers, and Dennis credited the seniors with helping the Owls elevate their status in the state.

Seymour junior Daniel Hartman, The Tribune’s 2017 Player of the Year, left with an armful of awards including: All-HHC, Attacker of the Year and All-District honors.

Elliott Clark, the Owls’ senior goalkeeper was All-District, All-HHC and the Defender of the Year.

The Owls’ Carter Wait received ISCA Top Team Player and Midfielder of the year awards.

Tyler Penegar, Ethan Greene and Cole Fosbrink were all All-HHC honorable mention.

Alex Westfall was named the Owls’ most improved, and the coaches’ award went to Patrick DeBoor.

A total of 13 players from the boys soccer team were named ISCA Academic All-State this year. Each of those players needed to maintain a GPA of 3.7 or higher to earn the certificate.

The Owls’ junior varsity team finished 6-3-2 this past season, including 5-2 in HHC contests.

Fabio Sebastian took home most improved honors and Carter Hendrix was named Most Valuable Player for the JV.

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Jordan Morey is sports editor at The (Seymour) Tribune. He can be reached at jmorey@tribtown.com or 812-523-7069.