Mount St. Joseph's Casey McCanna, left, and McDonogh's Andrew Privett jump for a head ball in the second half of the MIAA A Conference boys soccer championship at Anne Arundel Community College. McDonogh won 2-0.
Mount St. Joseph's Casey McCanna, left, and McDonogh's Andrew Privett jump for a head ball in the second half of the MIAA A Conference boys soccer championship at Anne Arundel Community College. McDonogh won 2-0. (Steve Ruark / Baltimore Sun)

McDonogh’s Andrew Privett and Archbishop Curley’s Anthony Dragisics — both standout senior midfielders — have been chosen to play in the High School Boys Soccer All-American Game, set for Dec. 1 in Orlando, Fla.

Privett closed a fine four-year career on Sunday by leading the No. 2 Eagles past Loyola Blakefield to capture their second straight Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship.

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The Penn State commit finished the season with 16 goals and 11 assists and was part of three championship teams.

Dragisics, a Villanova commit, was a four-year starter with the MIAA A semifinalist Friars, leading the team with 17 goals and two assists this season.

The players will play on the East squad in the next month’s showcase game.

No. 2 McDonogh defends MIAA A boys soccer title, spoiling No. 1 Loyola's bid for perfect season with shootout win

Kieran Baskett is the hero as No. 2 McDonogh defeats Loyola Blakefield in a 7-6 shootout to win the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference boys soccer championship.

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