Kevin May

Oregon head coach Kevin May receives the sectional championship plaque from Wilmot Union High School Athletics Director Jerry Christiansen Saturday, Oct. 25, after a 4-0 win over Elkhorn in the WIAA Division 2 sectional final in 2014.

Oregon assistant boys soccer coach Kevin May was named the North Region United Soccer Coaches High School Assistant Coach of the Year.

May is only one of four coaches in the country to receive the award.

The Oregon School District in a Facebook post wrote, “we appreciate your leadership and the positive example you set for our student athletes. #OregonAchieves.”

Oregon capped off an unbeaten season with a 3-1 win against Whitefish Bay in the WIAA Division 2 state title game in early November in Milwaukee. It marked the program’s fourth state title, and second since 2018 when they last won the gold ball.

Assistant coaches nominated and who win the award must be a United Soccer Coaches member in good standing, integral to the high school team’s success, service to the school’s soccer program, display a commitment to soccer education, serving the soccer community, player development and the development of offseason programs.

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