Photo by Josh Strope Shown is The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register’s 30th annual All-Valley Boys’ Soccer Team. Front row, from left, is Nick Cruny (Brooke), Thomas Minor (Wheeling Central), Jacob Estep (Wheeling Central), Coleman Meredith (Wheeling Park) and Michael Flynn (Linsly). Back row is Josh Ferguson (Brooke), Zach Calvert (Wheeling Park), Jacob Clark (Oak Glen), Ryan Davenport (St. Clairsville), Corban James-Barrett (Linsly) and Matt Wright (Oak Glen). Not pictured is Louie Aulick (Wheeling Park), Tom Biegel (Steubenville Catholic), Clay Meredith (Wheeling Park) and Chris Romanek (Wheeling Park). WHEELING — Wheeling Central has been dominant in just about every sport it suits up in. Soccer, though, has been a rough road for the Maroon Knights. That may be about to change and one reason for that is Jacob Estep, who after another stellar season is named the captain of The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register’s 30th annual All-Valley Boys’ Soccer Team. Estep is the first Wheeling Central player to be named captain of the All-Valley Soccer Team. The Wheeling Central captain has stepped up his game each season and has the Maroon Knights on the verge of a breakthrough. This season, Wheeling Central claimed a W.Va. Region One, Section One championship for the first time in… Read full this story
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