Bryan girls soccer coach Adam Subasic shared the top district honor, while seven players between the Golden Bears’ girls and boys teams earned recognition as the Northwest Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association released its district awards for the 2021 season.

Subasic shared coach of the year honors in Division II with Lima Shawnee’s Caroline O’Brien. Subasic helped guide the Golden Bears to a 15-1-2 overall record, including 4-0-2 in the Northwest Ohio Athletic League to earn a share of their first conference title in school history. Bryan’s lone loss was to St. Marys Memorial 2-0 in a Division II sectional final, and its lone ties were to Evergreen (1-1) and Wauseon (0-0) during the regular season.

Bryan seniors Allie Zimmerman and Delilah Taylor, who were key parts of that success, were named first-team all-district. Zimmerman, despite missing several matches with a knee injury, scored a team-high 14 goals in earning first-team honors for the second straight year.

Taylor racked up 12 goals for the Golden Bears, who outscored their opponents 58-19 this season.

Bryan sophomore Kailee Thiel (eight goals) was named second-team all-district, while senior defender Addie Arnold (one) earned honorable mention.

For Bryan’s boys team, senior Quinn Brown earned first-team honors in Division II after scoring a team-high 16 goals.

Senior Colton Smith (one goal), as well as sophomores Anthony Tomaszewski (12) and Dylan Koenig (four), were named honorable mention for the Golden Bears (7-11-1 overall, 3-3 NWOAL).

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