North High All-Star Commits to Hagerstown
Hagerstown, Md. - North Hagerstown High School senior midfielder, Yusuf Bodirov, recently committed to attend Hagerstown Community College and play for the Hawks this fall.
Bodirov, a 2012 Four Diamonds All-Star helped lead the Hubs to a 10-7-0 overall record this past season. He was named Second-Team All-Antietam Conference and finished with three goals and eight assists for 14 points. The Hubs were finalists in the Washington County Tournament, falling to Clear Spring 2-0. North Hagerstown advanced to the Second Round in the 2A Region playoffs, before dropping the contest in an eight kick, penalty shootout to Tuscarora High School.
In 2011, Bodirov netted four goals and dished out eight assists for 16 points. He earned Honorable Mention All-Antietam Conference and the Hubs finished with an 11-5-1 overall record.
In 2010, as a sophomore, Bodirov helped the Hubs to an 11-3-2 overall record and win the Washington County Tournament Championship. North Hagerstown would finish their season in the 2A Region Quarterfinals with a loss in a penalty kick shootout.
Bodirov joins previously committed Frederick County recruits, Dillon
Eyler from Catoctin High School, Edgar Rivas from Thomas Johnson High
School and Jusseth Velazquez from Frederick High School. Also, Ethan Waters from Hedgesville High School in West Virginia is part of the 2013 recruiting class.
"Yusuf has been apart of one of the most successful high school programs in the area, so natually he is prepared for the college game," mentioned head coach Brian Eichelberger. "We feel he was one of the most dangerous players in the county this year and we are extremely excited to be adding his talent to our midfield. He has great technical ability and vision, which will make him a threat right away."