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Sport shorts: Blue Jays get two on All-WDA soccer team

Brady Harty and Grant Lunde were named to the 2022 All-WDA soccer team.

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Jamestown's Brady Harty kicks the ball during a game at Rotary Field.
John M. Steiner / The Jamestown Sun
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BISMARCK — The Western Dakota Association released its 2022 boys’ soccer awards on Monday evening. Twenty-two players were selected representing all eight West Region teams.

Bismarck High, Bismarck Legacy and Minot High each had four players earn All-WDA honors. Bismarck Century had three players selected. Jamestown, Mandan and Williston had two while Dickinson had one.

Jamestown's Brady Harty was one of the two selected from the Blue Jay roster.

The sophomore was a force in the midfield. Harty ended his season with a pair of goals and two assists for four total points.

The selection committee also selected the Blue Jays' goalkeeper Grant Lunde to receive All-WDA honors.

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2022 marked Lunde's first season in the varsity goalkeeper position. Lunde turned around to produce three shutouts and tallied 145 saves.

In addition, coaches selected this year’s region senior athlete of the year and region coach of the year.

All-WDA Team

Jamestown – Brady Harty; Grant Lunde

Bismarck Century – Kaiden Campbell; Brooks Turner; Brennen Fode

Bismarck High – Owen Haase; Babu Ramadhani; Louis Belanger; Liam Weis

Bismarck Legacy – Nate Olheiser; Jacob Lelm; Uriel Rivera; Kamden Kooiman

Dickinson – Hubert Niyimboma

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Mandan – Alex Wegner; Ratmir, Spac

Minot – Manasseh Boakye; JJ Dufner; Brayden Oswalt; Ian Hagerott

Williston – Pablo Palacios; James Brenner

Region Senior Athlete of Year: Owen Haase, Bismarck High

WDA Coach of the Year: Tom Marcis, Bismarck Legacy

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Jamestown's Brady Harty kicks the ball during a game at Rotary Field.
John M. Steiner / The Jamestown Sun

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